TWO EGYPTIAN BRONZE OR COPPER ALLOY AXE BLADES MIDDLE KINGDOM, 12TH DYNASTY, CIRCA 1985-1773 B.C. Comprising one of elongated crescentic form with three attachment tangs, each pierced for bindings; and one of crescentic form with three attachment tangs, each with single piercing 12 5/8 in. (32 cm.) long and 7 ½ in. (19 cm.) long respectively
Ancient Egypt AE038 Cleopatra's Needle Obelisk - Made by King and Country Military Miniatures and Models. Factory made, hand assembled, painted and boxed in a padded decorative box. Excellent gift for the enthusiast.
Mummy case, c. 800 BCE (Dynasty 22). The name "Ankh-Tesh" is written at the bottom of the column of hieroglyphs. Ankh-Tesh is shown with the gold skin of the deified dead. Water lilies, symbolizing the daily rebirth of the sun, crown her heavy wig. A collar of flowers covers her shoulders, and a black metal scarab hangs from a ribbon. Her crossed hands grip protective amulets. The painted scenes represent gods and events as Ankh-Tesh enters the next life.
Ahhotep I (alternatively spelled Ahhotpe or Aahhotep, meaning "Iah (the Moon) is satisfied"), was an Ancient Egyptian queen who lived circa 1560- 1530 BC, during the end of the Seventeenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, she was the daughter of Queen Tetisheri (known as Teti the Small) and Senakhtenre Ahmose, and was probably the sister, as well as the wife, of pharaoh Seqenenre Tao. Ahhotep I had a long and influential life. Her titles include Great Royal Wife and "The associate of the White…