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Mummy of Seqenenre Tao II Pharaoh of Egypt, starting 1560 or 1558 BC, likely only a few years, Dynasty, with wounds from battling with the Hyksos.

Mummy of Seqenenre Tao II Pharaoh of Egypt, starting 1560 or 1558 BC, likely only a few years, Dynasty, with wounds from battling with the Hyksos.

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Translation of the West Side of the Sarcophagus: "King's bodily daughter, Meresankh." "Great of perfection, King's wife, Meresankh.

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Translation of the West Side of the Sarcophagus: "King's bodily daughter, Meresankh." "Great of perfection, King's wife, Meresankh.

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Seqenenre Tao, (also Seqenera Djehuty-aa or Sekenenra Taa), called The Brave, ruled over the last of the local kingdoms of the Theban region of Egy…

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Slain soldiers of Nesi (Pharaoh) Montuhotep II from Deir al Bahri.

Ring of Queen Ahhotep I, "Divine Wife of Amun" and "Great Royal Wife". End of the dynasty, Dra Abu el-Naga. Now in the Louvre Museum.

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Translation of the West Side of the Sarcophagus: "King's bodily daughter, Meresankh." "Great of perfection, King's wife, Meresankh.

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Seqenenre Tao II “the Brave”, King of Egypt Tao II Nomarch At . (deceased) - Genealogy

Mummy of Seqenenre Tao II Pharaoh of Egypt, starting 1560 or 1558 BC, likely only a few years, Dynasty, with wounds from battling with the Hyksos.

Mummy of Seqenenre Tao II Pharaoh of Egypt, starting 1560 or 1558 BC, likely only a few years, Dynasty, with wounds from battling with the Hyksos.

Ahmose-Henuttamehu

Princess Henutemipet was a daughter of Nesi (Pharaoh) Seqenenre Tao II and the Great Royal Queen Ahhotep. She bore the titles King's Daughter and King's ...

Pharaoh Seqenenre Tao II, true founder of the Dynasty. Locks removed and straight hair attached.

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Mummies and mummy hair from ancient Egypt.

Mummy of Neskhons, a 21st Dynasty Theban Queen. Neskhons, at about age 30

Fragment of the death shroud of Ahmose bearing Seqenenre Tao's titulary, Museo Egizio, Turin

Mummy of Ahmose-Nefertari, queen of pharaoh Ahmose of the dynasty, found in

Nedjenet's mummy

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Slain soldiers of Nesi (Pharaoh) Montuhotep II from Deir al Bahri.

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Fragment, limestone raised relief of Queen [Pharaoh] Hatshepsut from her mortuary temple,

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Seti I - Basalt fragment. Part of a necklace, in relief, is shown

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Gold bee necklace of Queen Ahhotep BC), the mother of Ahmose I, who was a pharaoh of ancient Egypt and the founder of the dynasty.

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Body of Fir'awn This is the body of Fir'awn (Rameses II), believed to be the Pharoah in the time of Musa (upon him be peace). His mummy is preserved and is ...

Sarcophagus of KAMOSE, Cairo Egyptian Museum. KAMOSE was the last king of the Theban Seventeenth Dynasty.

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Translation of the West Side of the Sarcophagus: "King's bodily daughter, Meresankh." "Great of perfection, King's wife, Meresankh.

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Translation of the West Side of the Sarcophagus: "King's bodily daughter, Meresankh." "Great of perfection, King's wife, Meresankh.

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