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Trono de Tutankamon/Tutankaton | by wsrmatre

Trono de Tutankamon/Tutankaton | by wsrmatre

Ring from tomb of Tutankhamun. A central scarab wears a tiny atef crown of thin sheet gold.

Ring from tomb of Tutankhamun. A central scarab wears a tiny atef crown of thin sheet gold.

Reino de Cleopatra, Alejandría, Egipto. Sunken Ciudades del Mundo antiguo - Todo Lo Que Es Interesante

Reino de Cleopatra, Alejandría, Egipto. Sunken Ciudades del Mundo antiguo - Todo Lo Que Es Interesante

1906 Print Stele Amenemhat Pharoah Sinai Egypt Archeology Geology Ancient XGW4

1906 Print Stele Amenemhat Pharoah Sinai Egypt Archeology Geology Ancient XGW4

Antiguo Egipto,Geología,Antigüedades,Edad,Que,Idioma,Historie,Than

Treasury of Tutankhamun, 1926, by Harry Burton Burton's photograph of the treasury, a small room off the burial chamber in the tomb of Tutankhamun, is a classic image of discovery.

Treasury of Tutankhamun, 1926, by Harry Burton Burton's photograph of the treasury, a small room off the burial chamber in the tomb of Tutankhamun, is a classic image of discovery.

Nefertiti

Nefertiti

Scientists have now identified Mummy KV35YL as being that of Tutankhamun's mother, her name is unknown. She was his father Akhenaten's sister.

Unmasked: The real faces of the crippled King Tutankhamun (who walked with a cane) and his incestuous parents

Scientists have now identified Mummy KV35YL as being that of Tutankhamun's mother, her name is unknown. She was his father Akhenaten's sister.

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: "King Tut's Wedding Scene" | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

King Tut's Wedding Scene | Ancient Egyptian Papyrus Painting

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: "King Tut's Wedding Scene" | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

Pintura egipcia del papiro: Akenatón y Nefertiti y Oferta Niño Sacrificios

Pintura egipcia del papiro: Akenatón y Nefertiti y Oferta Niño Sacrificios

Sekhmet was the other form of Hathor, the goddess of destruction. She had a lion’s head instead of a cow head. She was supposed to punish man but instead tried to kill them.

Sekhmet was the other form of Hathor, the goddess of destruction. She had a lion’s head instead of a cow head. She was supposed to punish man but instead tried to kill them.

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