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Stele featuring Egyptian and foreign gods: Qetesh (Syria), Min (Egypt), Resheph (Egypt) Painting of limestome

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A compilation of the glass and faience inlays depicting the traditional enemies of Ancient Egypt from the reign of Ramesses III B.) found at/by the royal palace adjacent to the mortuary temple of Ramsses III Medinet Habu, Luxor Egypt.

Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s A US Supreme Court ruling has forced the Smithsonian institution to release classified papers dating from the early 1900′s that proves the organization was...

A recent archeological dig has unearthed no less than two dozen skeletons of giant proportions near the ancient ruins of Rujm el-Hiri, located in the Golan Heights, a contested area claimed by both

"Pond_in_a_Garden"_(fresco_from_the_Tomb_of_Nebamun)

Egyptian Blue is used in the ‘Pond in a garden’ fresco found in the tomb of Nebamun in Thebes.

Astarte "Qetesh Stele" holding snakes and lotus flower - She is associated with Anat and Asherah, from Minoan Culture - h 6,5 cm - at Louvre Museum

ishtargates: “One of the few steles that depicts the goddess Qetesh. Qetesh was an Egyptian goddess of fertility who was originally worshiped by the Canaanites under the name Qudshu with alternates Qadshu, Qadesh, and Qedeshet.

Pomegranates, (Circa) 2300 BCE, A large bowl of Pomegranates similar to the depictions of mandrakes in the New Kingdom, but with clear distinctions, South Wall, The Chapel, East Wall, The tomb of Irukaptah at Saqqara, Late Vth Dynasty

Pomegranates, (Circa) 2300 BCE, A large bowl of Pomegranates similar to the…

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Forbidden history of ancient egypt: The Giant humans

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Opet Festival at Karnak one of the most important annual festivals in ancient Egypt - Opet Festival at Karnak is a limited Edition Giclee print.

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