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"Maori Pirate Princess" - Nathascha Friis, photoshop {figurative realism art beautiful female head scar young woman face portrait digital painting} artbynath.deviantart.com

"Maori Pirate Princess" - Nathascha Friis, photoshop {figurative realism art beautiful female head scar young woman face portrait digital painting} artbynath.deviantart.com

Osorkon II. Familie. Bubastis.

Osorkon II. Familie. Bubastis.

Relevé d'un relief représentant Osorkon Ier devant les dieux Atoum et Shou. XXIIe dynastie. Bubastis.

Relevé d'un relief représentant Osorkon Ier devant les dieux Atoum et Shou. XXIIe dynastie. Bubastis.

Relief au nom d'Osorkon Ier. Bubastis. XXIIe dynastie.

Relief au nom d'Osorkon Ier. Bubastis. XXIIe dynastie.

Stèle au nom d'Osorkon II. Bubastis.

Stèle au nom d'Osorkon II. Bubastis.

Apepi (pharaoh) - Neb-khepesh-Re (nb ḫpš rˁ), A-qenen-Re (ˁ3 ḳn n rˁ) and A-user-Re (ˁ3 wsr rˁ) are three praenomina or throne names used by this same ruler during various parts of his reign.[5] While some Egyptologists once believed that there were two separate kings who bore the name Apepi, namely Auserre Apepi and Aqenenre Apepi, it is now recognized that Khamudi succeeded Apepi I at Avaris and that there was only one king named Apepi or Apophis.[6][7] Nebkhepeshre or "Re is the Lord of…

Apepi (pharaoh) - Neb-khepesh-Re (nb ḫpš rˁ), A-qenen-Re (ˁ3 ḳn n rˁ) and A-user-Re (ˁ3 wsr rˁ) are three praenomina or throne names used by this same ruler during various parts of his reign.[5] While some Egyptologists once believed that there were two separate kings who bore the name Apepi, namely Auserre Apepi and Aqenenre Apepi, it is now recognized that Khamudi succeeded Apepi I at Avaris and that there was only one king named Apepi or Apophis.[6][7] Nebkhepeshre or "Re is the Lord of…

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