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Amarna Reign | Nefertiti was first seen very early in the reign of Akhenaten - she is ...

Amarna Reign Nefertiti was first seen very early in the reign of Akhenaten - she is .

Nadjartat A'ashtat (Egiptian name) known by the Greeks as Isis.

God of the Week: Isis

Isis Egyptian Goddess/Isis originated as an ancient egyptian goddess she was the wife sister .

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Colossal Statue of Akhenaten from Karnak, located in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. (The Pharaoh, husband of "Queen Nefertiti", named firstly as "Amenhotep IV" laterly "Akhenaten" which means "Sun Pharaoh" also "Gempateen" which means “The Sun Disc").

Different portrayals of Egyptian queen Nefertiti.

Different portrayals of Egyptian queen Nefertiti : notice the similarities with late Michael Jackson !

Sculpture of Nefertiti without her Headpiece or Wigs. Her elongated Skull is identical to the Peruvian Skulls, and other ancient Skulls that appear all over the World. We're these people the remnants of Ancient Aliens who seeded all of Humanity on all Continents?

Sculpture of Nefertiti without her Headpiece or Wigs. Her elongated Skull is identical to the Peruvian Skulls, and other ancient Skulls that appear all over the World. We're these people the remnants of Ancient Aliens who seeded all of Humanity on all Continents?

A virtual autopsy comprised of thousands of scans has shown that Tutankhamun's early death may have been due to physical and genetic problems caused by his parents being brother and sister.

Revealed: King Tut had girlish hips, a club foot and buck teeth

A virtual autopsy comprised of thousands of scans has shown that Tutankhamun& early death may have been due to physical and genetic problems caused by his parents being brother and sister.

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Geb was frequently described mythologically as father of snakes (one of the names for snake was – "son of the earth")

Statue of Ramesses II, Memphis, Egypt

Statue of Ramesses II, Memphis, Egypt

Akhenaten and Nefertiti, New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaten, between 1345 and 1337 BC | Egypt | Pinterest | R…

Akhenaton and Nefertiti New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaton, between 1345 and 1337 BC Egypt

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