Mirotoi Daniel

Mirotoi Daniel

Mirotoi Daniel
Mai multe idei de la Mirotoi
HIGH PRIESTESS by naeloj

HIGH PRIESTESS by naeloj

Eye Drawing by LeaKirkegaard on DeviantArt

Eye Drawing by LeaKirkegaard on DeviantArt

steampunk

steampunk

mayan jaguar mask - Google Search

mayan jaguar mask - Google Search

andi koroveshi - Google Search

andi koroveshi - Google Search

Time by Sylar113 (http://sylar113.deviantart.com/art/Time-479855047)

Time by Sylar113 (http://sylar113.deviantart.com/art/Time-479855047)

Digging this rad #eyeball #candle #sketch by the awesome @glennoart who has a fantastic portfolio of work! Be sure to check out Glenno's cool page...and if you dig black & white artwork, our 'Black & White: Volume Two' book is NOW available and shipping to art libraries around the world! Scoop one up for just $24.95 at www.OOSBooks.com

Digging this rad #eyeball #candle #sketch by the awesome @glennoart who has a fantastic portfolio of work! Be sure to check out Glenno's cool page...and if you dig black & white artwork, our 'Black & White: Volume Two' book is NOW available and shipping to art libraries around the world! Scoop one up for just $24.95 at www.OOSBooks.com

tutankamon jewelry

tutankamon jewelry

Brazalete de Ahmosis Está formado por dos planchas de oro y lapislázuli, en forma de cilindro, unidas con bisagras. En él vemos a Ahmosis de rodillas recibiendo la realeza de Geb, el dios de la tierra. Pertenece al tesoro funerario de la reina Ahhotep, madre del faraón Ahmosis.

Brazalete de Ahmosis Está formado por dos planchas de oro y lapislázuli, en forma de cilindro, unidas con bisagras. En él vemos a Ahmosis de rodillas recibiendo la realeza de Geb, el dios de la tierra. Pertenece al tesoro funerario de la reina Ahhotep, madre del faraón Ahmosis.

Gold armlet with colored glass inlays that belonged to Queen Amanishakheto. This and the rest of the queen's jewels were found in 1833, reportedly in a chamber near the top of her pyramid.  Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum, Berlin.

Gold armlet with colored glass inlays that belonged to Queen Amanishakheto. This and the rest of the queen's jewels were found in 1833, reportedly in a chamber near the top of her pyramid. Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum, Berlin.