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Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper It is not precisely known

Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper It is not precisely known

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Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper. It is not precisely known which of the late 18th dynasty kings is portrayed here, although it was found in ...

Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper. It is not precisely known which of the late 18th dynasty kings is portrayed here, although it was found in…

Princess of the Amarna period (possibly Meritaten, daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti), made in Egypt c.1360-1350 BC.

Akhenaten | The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Shabti of Akhenaten. Period: New Kingdom

canopic jar for Neferneferuaten found in King Tut's tomb, reused for Tut.

Juvenile pharaoh Aknaton pre-Amarna period meaning "living spirit of Aten") known before the fifth year of his reign as Amenhotep IV (sometimes given its ...

Late Dynastic Period Wooden Mask - X.0136 Origin: Egypt Circa: 712 BC

Royal Scribe Statue - reign of Amenhotep III - 1391-1353 B.C. | Louvre Museum

Funerary mask of Hatnefer Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18, early Reign:

Cabeza de una reina de Amarna.

Princess of the Akhenaten Family(Possibly Meritaten),Size:18x13x8cm,Weight:1000gm,About it:Meritaten was an ancient Egyptian queen of the 18th dynasty,who ...

Canopic Jar (07.226.1) with a Lid in the Shape of a Royal Woman's Head (30.8.54)

Nefertiti ou Meritaten (une des filles de Nefertiti). Quartzite | Neues Museum,

Extraordinary wooden mummy mask, dated to Kemet's Third Intermediate Period / Early Late Period (

RARE GOLDEN MASK Exhibited at the Montélimar Museum From the Roman Period of Ancient Egypt, this exquisite gilded mask is covered in gold leaf and painted ...

Head of a Female Figure from the Tomb of Khety Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty:

Plaster face of an older Amarna-era woman

Canopic Jar (07.226.1) with a Lid in the Shape of a Royal Woman's Head (30.8.54)

Sadigh Gallerys Ancient Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jar Incised onto the front,three rows of hieroglyphs.On the stopper,Thoth (baboon),the God of Wisdom.

A head of a daughter of Akhenaton. She is depicted with an unusually long back

Travertine, blue glass, obsidian, and unidentified stone canopic jar, with a lid

MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED COSTUME DESIGN Egyptian | Egyptomania | Pinterest | Costume design, Egyptian and Michael jackson

Egyptian alabaster vessel c. 3150-2195 BC

Mummy mask - PTOLEMAIC PERIOD

Portada 36

Unfinished statue of Queen Nefertiti. Detail. Brown quartzite. H. 33 cm. From the Thutmose Workshop, Amarna. Around 1340 BC Egyptian Museum, Cairo 2004.

Standing-striding Figure of Queen Nefertiti, Wife of Akhenaten. Detail. New Kingdom. Dynasty 18. Ca.1345 BC. From Amarna. Limestone.

Canopic jar of Teti Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca.

Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper. It is not precisely known which of the late 18th dynasty kings is portrayed here, although it was found in…

New Kingdom, Amarna period, / Indurated limestone.

Ancient Egyptian bronze statue of Meres-Amun. Neues Museum Berlin Cat No: AM

Canopic urn, Tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt

A statue of Thutmose III Period New Kingdom Dynasty 18 Date ca. 1479–1425

During the process of mummification, the soft internal organs of the deceased were removed,

Canopic jar lid representing head of queen Tuya, wife of Seti I and mother of

Stoppers from Tutankhamun's canopic jars which contained the king's organs removed during mummification (alabaster)

Amarna princess. Head of a statue of a Princess (without inlays). New

Wooden head of a Harpist,from Tell Al-Amarna,c.a.1370-1360

In the Treasury, within the golden shrine guarded by the tutelary goddesses, was an alabaster Canopic chest in which the pharaoh's mummified viscera were ...

Relief portrait of Akhenaten in the typical Amarna period style.

Reserve head | | 4 Dynasty, the time of Cheops, about 2609-2584

Close-up of an Egyptian alabaster canopic jar thought to depict a likeness of Kiya, from tomb - on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

FATİH ÖNDER BAYSAL adlı kullanıcının TUTANKHAMON panosundaki Pin | Pinterest | Tanrıçalar

The find could even overshadow the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb

Canopic Jar of Teti, pottery, Marl A 4, paint

Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Location: Egypt Materials: Clay Reason: Canopic Jar of Amunhotep, holds an important body part of Amunhotep

pseudo canopic jar with the falcon head of the God Qebehsenuef, one of the Four Sons of Horus. This is one of the four pseudo canopic jars (painted wood) of ...

An unfinished statue of an unknown Amarna Era princess.

... the Amarna period, and they claimed that this date yielded a better fit to the conditions described on the tablet, according to their re-interpretation.

Standing-striding Figure of Queen Nefertiti, Wife of Akhenaten. Detail. New Kingdom. Dynasty 18. Ca.1345 BC. From Amarna. Limestone.

Amarna period alabaster canopic stopper. It is not precisely known which of the late 18th dynasty kings is portrayed here, although it was found in…

Ointment Jar in the shape of a Cynocephalus baboon, Middle Kingdom, Egypt

Limestone head of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV,(Akhenaten) from Hermopolis (west shore of

Ancient Egyptian embalming urns. Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY

Mummy mask, Early Dynasty Ancient Egypt, 1500 BCE “Cartonnage mummy-mask of Satdjehuty: on this splendid female mask, gold leaf not only covers the woman's ...

Egypt El-Amarna Locus: Temple Period: New Kingdom Eighteenth Dynasty Date Made:

Canopic jar with head of jackal (Duamutef) Third Intermediate Period ca. 800–

The Maia-Meritaten Mystery. Was Tutankhamun's wet-nurse his own sister? In

Lid for canopic container in the shape of Tutankhamun's head. The Beautiful Alabaster Canopic Jar Stopper

Egyptian Sculpture (not sure, but looks like an Hatshepsut sculpture to me. Photo

Akhenaten, 18th Dynasty, ca. 1353-1335 BCE. From the temple of

Egyptian alabaster canopic jar, New Kingdom

Shabti of Senbi Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. 1981

Aniuia, wife of the scribe Meryneith, detail from the group of statues depicting Meryneith Aniuia beside his wife, painted limestone dating from the reign ...

Shabti of Akhenaten Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Akhenaten Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt; Probably from Middle ...

Pharaoh Senusret III

An Egyptian limestone canopic jar stopper New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, 1550-1295 B.C.

Canopic Coffinette from Tutankhamun's Tomb

http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/5489/mittaniprincesskiyawife.jpg Interesting reconstruction of kiya from the alabaster canopic jars from tomb 55 No good ...

It's a pharaoh's mask, but not as we know it

Side of a Canopic Chest : second half of the Ist millennium B.C.

Akhenaten; Amenhotep IV.

Southern Netherlandish, second half 14th century GOD THE FATHER gilt and polychromed walnut

Thutmose workshop at Amarna Gypsum jasper Metropolitan Museum of Art

Canopic jars

Egyptian glass face inlay of Akhenaten, New Kingdom, Amarna Period, Dynasty XVIII,

Alabaster piece, from Tutankhamun's tomb.

Qebehsenuef, son of Horus, protector of intestines, cardinal point west

Detail of panel with adoration to Aten.

Wooden statue of Amenhotep III (detail), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom

Ancient Egypt : One of six daughters to Akhenaten and Nefertiti. Amarna period, circa

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From the Workshop of Thutmose, Amarna. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. For my best photo's of Egyptian art, see also: fiveprime.org/hivemind/Tags/artofegypt See ...

Queen Nefertiti; Wife of Amenhotep IV,Akhenaten,Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of

Sandstone head of king Tutankhamun The round cheeks and almond shaped eyes are typical for the post-Amarna period. Egyptian New Kingdom, dynasty, ...

SEKED-KAW, HIS WIFE, AND THEIR SON - Fifth Dynasty, no later

The Art of Amarna: Akhenaten and his life under the Sun | Ancient Origins

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Roughly square piece of limestone decorated on one side with a sunk relief representation of a squatting woman suckling a child (Amarna, Egypt)

*EGYPTIAN: New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (ca. Statue of Ptah. Gilded wood, faience and glass. Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV

An Egyptian Bronze Uraeus, Late Period, 716-30 B.C. wearing the atef-crown, the flaring hood inlaid with turquoise, carnelian, and lapis lazuli.

Alabaster Canopic chest of Tutankhamun, from Tutankhamun's Tomb KV62.

Dynasty 19 Period: New Kingdom, Ramesade Medium: Steatite Met museum

An Egyptian alabaster canopic jar and stopper Late Period, circa 664-30 B.C. The

Walk in the Garden limestone relief of a royal couple in the Armana style; New

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Many of the Canopic Jars of Tutankhamun have distinctively female features; many scholars argue they originally were meant for a female pharaoh and ...

Valley of the Kings artifact