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Painted limestone seated pair statute. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. Reign of Tuthmosis III, c. 1479-1425 B.C. | Cleveland Museum of Art

Seated Pair Statue Egypt, New Kingdom dynasty reign of Tuthmosis III

Wood, gesso, and paint funerary figure. Late Peirod, Kushite. 25th dynasty, c. 712-664 B.C. | The Metropolitan Museum

Wood, gesso, and paint funerary figure.

Statue of Minemheb, c. 1391-1353 Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 (1540-1296 BC), reign of Amenhotep III

BC Period: New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 Location: Egypt Materials: granodiorite Reason: Statue of Minemheb

Statue of Demedji and Hennutsen Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 5 Reign: reign of Neferirkare or earlier Date: ca. 2465–2438 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Memphite Region, el-Giza or Saqqara Medium: Limestone, paint

Statue of Demedji and Hennutsen Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 5 Reign: reign of Neferirkare or earlier Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Memphite Region, el-Giza or Saqqara Medium: Limestone, paint

Pair statue from the tomb of Weri. Egyptian, Old Kingdom, 5th Dynasty, reign of Niuserra to Una, 2455-2350 B.C.

Pair statue from the tomb of Weri. Egyptian, Old Kingdom, Dynasty, reign of Niuserra to Una, B.

Akhenaten and Nefertiti, New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaten, between 1345 and 1337 BC | Egypt | Pinterest | R…

Akhenaton and Nefertiti New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty, after year 9 of the reign of Amenophis IV Akhenaton, between 1345 and 1337 BC Egypt

Gold discovered in the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun

When the archaeologist Howard Carter opened the Egyptian tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun for the first time on the 26 November he was overwhelmed by the treasures that met his eyes.

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