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This ankh-shaped, gold-sheathed mirror case was taken from the tomb of Tutankhamun in southern Egypt's Valley of the Kings. The Ankh form, found in many ancient Egyptian tombs, is the Egyptian hieroglyphic character meaning "life."

Egyptian Ankh - This ankh-shaped, gold-sheathed mirror case was taken from the tomb of Tutankhamun in southern Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. The Ankh form, found in many ancient Egyptian tombs, is the Egyptian hieroglyphic character meaning “life.

*This Falcon was named ''horus'' *Horus had many different forms He was the brother of Osiris Set and Nephthys

this is an example of the iconography of the Horus Falcon. this specific design was created by TigerHouseArt. it was titled Ancient Egyptian Falcon Art.

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Gilded wooden mirror case in the shape of an Ankh emblem of king Tutankhamun!

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at arkangallery.com | Title: “Ankh” (Key of Life or The Key of The Nile) | Size: 12" x 16" | www.arkangallery.com

Ankh | Ancient Egyptian Papyrus Painting

Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. “Ankh” Key of Life or The Key of The Nile

Oh yes, my daughter and I got to ride one of these ornately decorated beasts. These guys have annual races and do they GO ! Needless to say we were both a little nervous. Same trip,

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*EGYPT ~ Mural paintings in the Tomb of Seti I. Valley of the Kings Luxor West Bank.

King Tutankhamuns Tomb and Treasures

Tomb Raider: ~ The Funerary Boat. This royal barge that carried the Pharaoh to heaven was found in the tomb of King Tut. The Egyptians believed that the Sun God, Ra, traveled through the sky during the day and through the Netherworld at night, in a boat.

Egyptian Canopic Jar Ca 400-200 BC. Containers like thes held the deceased's lungs, stomach, liver, and intestines. The jackal, Daumetef, is guardian of the stomach.

Canopic Jar - c. Canopic jars were used by ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife.

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