Limestone Cat Statue Ancient Egypt, Dynasty BC Brown limestone seated cat, with a smaller cat seated in the front, on a base with hieroglyphs. Cats were sacred to the ancient Egyptians because of their hostility towards snakes.
Coffin F is one of three from an embalmer's cache from around the time of Tutankhamun, that shows faces with eyes shaped similarly to Queen Nefertiti's. Source: Heather Alexander for the Amenmesse Project)
Okay, I’m sure some people out there knew the Easter Island statues had bodies, but I’m not going to pretend to be one of those people. My mind is kind of blown that I’m almost 40 and just now finding out that there are Easter Island statue bodies.
Chariots were introduced to Egypt by the Hyksos, the "rulers of foreign countries" who dominated the Nile valley for over a century during the Second Intermediate Period - 1569 BCE) Their chariots were