Studio portrait of Barbara Conrad as Amneris in Aida. Photo credit: Marc Raboy. Photo courtesy of Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
I howl at the rising moon
“ mythology series → the bride of death persephone [Περσεφόνη] “ i was a heavy heart to carry my beloved was weighed down my arms around his neck my fingers laced to crown i was a heavy heart to...
Portrait of Queen Tiy with a Crown of Two Feathers
New Kingsom, 18th dynasty, ca. 1355 BC Yew wood, silver, gold and faience inlays From Medinet el Gurob Total height 22,5 cm Neues Museum, Berlin, Inv.-No. ÄM 21834, ÄM 17852 Tiy was the spouse of King Amenhotep III and mother of Akhenaten. This small portrait was probably produced in the last years of rule of her husband because the queen is shown at an advanced age. The artist produced a realistic face which captures the personality of Tiy: Intelligent, determined and assertive, all…
Jewelry taken from Queen Puabi's tomb at Ur in ancient Sumeria, 3rd millennium BC. The various pieces could be arranged in several different ways, as necklace or crown
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Powerful statuary - Horned Women XV (Queen Tiye in the Double Feather headdress with horned solar disk). This headdress is attributed to HetHeru (Hathor) and Auset (Isis). Queens of the 18th dynasty on wore the double feathers, in their role as royal priestess.