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As far as is known Pharaoh Hor seems to have been an ephemeral

As far as is known Pharaoh Hor seems to have been an ephemeral

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Ka statue of the pharaoh Awibre Hor, on display at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo

As far as is known, Pharaoh Hor seems to have been an ephemeral ruler, dynasty …

Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt who ruled for 17 years and died perhaps in 1336 BC or 1334 BC. He is es…

'Princess with Nubian wig - Ankhnesneferibre was the daughter of Psamtik II, a pharaoh of the 26th dynasty (6th century BC)

Hatshepsut, the fifth pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty of Egypt, c. 1478 - 1458 B.C.

Mummy mask, dynasty 19th,during reign of Ramesses II. Ancient Egypt Pharaoh.

Pharaoh Taharka, 25th Dynasty, , Black Pharaohs, Nubians, Sudan, Kerma, Statues, Late Period

King Auibre Hor, old kingdom. Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.

Statue of Khasekhemwy, Ashmolean Museum. Pharaoh of Egypt. Reign 18 years ca. 2690 BC, 2nd Dynasty

Ancient Egypt: The new kingdom - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

Shabti found in the Tomb of Tutankhamun.

King auibre hor, old kingdom - magnificent eyes inlaid with rock crystal and quartz Egyptian

King auibre hor, old kingdom - magnificent eyes inlaid with rock crystal and quartz Egyptian

little statuette of Akhenaten and Nefertiti is probably from a domestic shrine in Akhetaten. The King and Queen are sweetly holding hands.

King Auibre Hor, old kingdom (eyes inlaid with rock chrystal and quartz)

Forensic analysis on King Ramesses III revealed a sliced throat previously hidden by bandages. CT scans show it to have been likely fatal.

Painted limestone Statuette of Neferefre

queen hatshepsut black | Ka statue of pharaoh Awybre Hor, blue-eyed Egyptian king of the 13th .

Ramses III, only life-size statue of a pharaoh made and found in Israel, in Bet Shean, 12th century BCE, Basalt

Khafra (also read as Khafre, Khefren and Chephren) was an ancient Egyptian king (pharaoh) of 4th dynasty during the Old Kingdom.

Head of the Pharaoh Horemheb, detail from a statue of Horemheb and the God Horus. New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt, ca. 1343-1315 BC.

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Head of King Amenmesse

Stock Photo : Wooden statue from Egyptian grave goods, Egyptian civilization

Sa-Nakht, who was an ephemeral king of Egypt during the 4,700-year-old Third Dynasty, was believed to have suffered from gigantism.

Ushabti of Tutankhamun. Image and description via Wiki: ”This is a partly gilded

Portrait of Hor-Wer Greco-Roman circa 250 - 150 B.C.

Egyptian cosmetic spoon

Egyptian sarcophagus

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Statue of a standing pharaoh in black stone. He is holding a mace and a

Pharaohs of Egypt - men and women in different guises

Facial Reconstruction of Prince Amun-her-shepeshef, First Son of Ramesses II

Late Period Ancient Egypt

136 best Kemet: Ancient Egypt images on Pinterest | Ancient egypt, Old art and Ancient aliens

Relief of Thutmose II in Karnak Temple complex.

The Kemet/Egyptian queen who reigned for 22 years, might have accidentally poisoned herself with skin lotion, according to a new study.

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Neferhotep I

Earliest moustache in history? Prince Rahotep, 4th dynasty, Meidum, Old Kingdom,

Tuthmosis was the king for only six years, but in that time he built a huge reputation as a mighty pharaoh. He led a legendary military expedition into ...

Amenhotep III wearing a blue crown

Pharaohs of Egypt - men and women in different guises

Statuette of a seated king holding a mace and wearing the long crown of Upper Egypt

Sobekhotep V

Senwosret III headshot

... head2 6890239_f520. Pharaoh King Senwosret III

Menkaure and His Queen: 1. Discovery. Prof. Christopher Witcombe site on King

Kneeling statue of Senenmut, chief steward to the 18th Dynasty female Pharaoh Hatshepsut (r

A Ka Statue of Auibre Hor from the 13th Dynasty reign of Auibre Hor. Egypt | Auibre Hor | Pinterest | Ancient egypt

Pharaoh hits his enemies in ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptian painting from the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I, Nineteenth Dynasty. Currently located at the Neues Museum, Berlin.

Kushite Pharaoh

... as there are few monuments dating from the period. Many of the kings' names are only known from an odd fragmentary inscription or from scarabs.

Statuette of Queen Tiye, wife of the pharaoh Amenhotep III, New Kingdom, Dynasty

Akhenaten whose original name was Amenhotep IV was a great Egyptian pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty

Granodiorite Statue of Bakenkhonsu II.New Kingdom, Dynasty 20 during the reign of Ramesses III,1187–1156 B.C.

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Cylinder Seal of Amenemhat Senbef

Mummy case of Maatkare, daughter of the ruling High priest of Akin, Pinudjem I. She was named after the female Pharoah, Hatshepsut.

Pharaoh Shebitku - 25th Dynasty. Nubian Occupation Era

Restored tomb stele of Qa'a

Sheshonk II

Statue of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III (Nebmaatra), BC. Carved in Rose Quartzite from the Luxor Temple

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Amulets of the head of the fertility goddess Hathor were popular items in both Egyptian and

The Younger Memnon digitally placed atop its base still in the Ramesseum

The God 'Hapy'

Also known by the Greek name Nitocris, this woman is believed by some authorities to have been not only the first female pharaoh but the first queen

antiguo egipto imágenes en color en la pared en Luxor

The god Khnum is occasionally depicted seated at a potter's wheel making both the physical body of the person and his ka. TKO

Figure from the mastaba of Imhotep. Under the reign of Sanwosret I.

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senwosret I no head Senwosret I no head2 6890239_f520. Pharaoh King Senwosret III

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A new image of queen Tjye recently found at Luxor; pretty sure this woman could

King Tutankhamun was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (ruled ca. 1332 BC

Egypt – Statue of Ramses II, Luxor, n.d., This slide colored by Joseph

One of the daughters of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, this is probably the oldest, Meritaten

Obscure pharaoh absent from later king lists; tomb unknown. May have been overthrown by his vizier and successor Amenemhat I.

The giant king: Sanakht was an ancient Egyptian king (pharaoh) of the Third

A seated Bodhisattva Guanyin , China , Ming dynasty , 1367-1644.

senwosret I no head ...

Amenhotep III painting

Plan of the tomb of King Hor

Dier El Medineh: Tomb of Sennedjem: Sennedjem & his wife working in .

Wife of Amenhotep IV,Akhenaten,Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs.

Offering bearers from the tomb of Djehuty who was Overseer of Treasury and of Works during

The Egyptian god Thoth of wisdom, inventor of writing and patron of scribes is shown as having the body of a man and the head of an ibis.

Entrance of a tomb with two columns set between long descending walls of stones.

... because he looks like a real person, with a lot of character. I'm thinking perhaps, Captain Nail, though I need to describe his ears as bigger!