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Saqqara. Mastaba of Vizier Mereruka. 6th Dynasty. Ancient Egypt.

Saqqara. Mastaba of Vizier Mereruka. 6th Dynasty. Ancient Egypt.

Reliefs de taureaux aux cornes entrelacées de la tombe de Kagmeni, située dans la nécropole de Saqqarah, près de l'ancienne capitale égyptienne Memphis - VIe dynastie, Ancien Régime.

Reliefs de taureaux aux cornes entrelacées de la tombe de Kagmeni, située dans la nécropole de Saqqarah, près de l'ancienne capitale égyptienne Memphis - VIe dynastie, Ancien Régime.

*CLEOPATRA's PALACE:  Alexandria, Egypt - lost for 1,600 years, granite statues, jewelry, and gold coins were discovered by French underwater archeologist, Frank Goddio ...

*CLEOPATRA's PALACE: Alexandria, Egypt - lost for 1,600 years, granite statues, jewelry, and gold coins were discovered by French underwater archeologist, Frank Goddio ...

Fragments of a polychrome tomb-painting, divided into two registers, depicting the goose census on the estate of Nebamun: the upper register, which is very damaged, shows a number of estate workers before a gaggle of geese; the lower register depicts estate workers, geese and a scribe at work, three vertical registers and one horizontal register of black-painted hieroglyphs survive.

Fragments of a polychrome tomb-painting, divided into two registers, depicting the goose census on the estate of Nebamun: the upper register, which is very damaged, shows a number of estate workers before a gaggle of geese; the lower register depicts estate workers, geese and a scribe at work, three vertical registers and one horizontal register of black-painted hieroglyphs survive.

Saqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC).  Sacrificial procession; detail:. Goats

Saqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC). Sacrificial procession; detail:. Goats

Egypt - Tall al-Amarnah (Amarna, Tell el-Amarna), necropolis. Detail of stele, relief.

Egypt - Tall al-Amarnah (Amarna, Tell el-Amarna), necropolis. Detail of stele, relief.

Saqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC).Figs

Saqqara (Middle Egypt), Tomb of Kagemni – Mastaba 25 (Mastaba of the vizier Kagemni; Old Kingdom, early 6th dynasty, after 2347 BC).Figs

Scribe- Writers - Horemheb tomb, 18th dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt by bertha

Scribe- Writers - Horemheb tomb, 18th dynasty, Saqqara, Egypt by bertha

Hatshepsut: also Hatchepsut; meaning Foremost of Noble Ladies;[4] 1508–1458 BC) was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty. According to Egyptologist James Henry Breasted she is also known as the first great woman in history of whom we are informed.[5]

Hatshepsut: also Hatchepsut; meaning Foremost of Noble Ladies;[4] 1508–1458 BC) was the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. She is generally regarded by Egyptologists as one of the most successful pharaohs, reigning longer than any other woman of an indigenous Egyptian dynasty. According to Egyptologist James Henry Breasted she is also known as the first great woman in history of whom we are informed.[5]

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