Stele of Apis bull, painted limestone from the Serapeum at Memphis. Egyptian civilisation, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI.

Stele of Apis bull, painted limestone from the Serapeum at Memphis. Egyptian civilisation, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI.

Dido of Carthage • amntenofre:   detail from the gold armlet of...

Dido of Carthage • amntenofre: detail from the gold armlet of...

Perihan Sadıkoğlu “ANTİK MISIR SANATI ve Tarihsel Akıştan Günümüze Etkiler” kitabında Antik Mısır sanatının modern çağdaki izlerini sürüyor…

Perihan Sadıkoğlu “ANTİK MISIR SANATI ve Tarihsel Akıştan Günümüze Etkiler” kitabında Antik Mısır sanatının modern çağdaki izlerini sürüyor…

Goddess Hathor

Goddess Hathor

model of women spinning and weaving

model of women spinning and weaving

Egyptian Chalk and Glue Line Portrait Art Project

Egyptian Chalk and Glue Line Portrait Art Project

Bastet Coloring page

Bastet Coloring page

Arched harp in beautiful wall paintings in the 20th dynasty (1200 B.C.) tomb of INHERKHAU and his wife WEBET in Deir el-Medina near Thebes, Egypt

Arched harp in beautiful wall paintings in the 20th dynasty (1200 B.C.) tomb of INHERKHAU and his wife WEBET in Deir el-Medina near Thebes, Egypt

Block with relief of Nebnefer  This sculpture, with the goddess Hathor on the front, Nebnefer kneeling on the side, and two crocodiles on top, was dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek.  Eighteenth Dynasty Reign of Amenhotep III, 1390–1352 BCE From Dahamsha, Sobek Temple Granodiorite The Luxor Museum

Block with relief of Nebnefer This sculpture, with the goddess Hathor on the front, Nebnefer kneeling on the side, and two crocodiles on top, was dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek. Eighteenth Dynasty Reign of Amenhotep III, 1390–1352 BCE From Dahamsha, Sobek Temple Granodiorite The Luxor Museum

The front wall of the Temple on Philae Island Aswan Egypt.

The front wall of the Temple on Philae Island Aswan Egypt.

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