Ancient Egyptian architecture
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Four colossal statues of Ramesses II flank the entrance of his temple Abu Simbel
Men and women were treated as equals in ancient Egypt. (Photo by Lizzie Shepherd
A view of the well preserved and beautifully painted Tomb TT3 from Deir el-Medina
The Small Temple, Abu Simbel (by Dennis Jarvis)
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Example of the inscriptions present throughout the complex. As visible from this image, the upper regions are painted, suggesting (in cannon with other such ...
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This detail scene, from the Papyrus of Hunefer (c. 1275 BCE), shows the scribe Hunefer's heart being weighed on the scale of Maat against the feather of ...
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A fragmentary statue of Ahmose I, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Statue of Hatshepsut on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Statue of Khufu in the Cairo Museum
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Close-up of Egyptian hieroglyphs
Anubis weighing the soul of the scribe Ani, from the Egyptian Book of the Dead
Ancient Egyptian technology
Hieroglyphics on a temple wall at Karnak, Egypt.
The hieroglyphs Son of Ra were inscribed over the cartouche of the birth-name of Thutmos III. 18th Dynasty. From Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian ...
Pyramids at Giza. (DEA/A Vergani/De Agostini/Getty Images)
A section of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, which is written and drawn on papyrus
A close-up of one of the colossal statues of Ramesses II wearing the double crown of Lower and Upper Egypt
Head of Hatshepsut wearing the royal headdress. 18th Dynasty, c. 1460 BC. State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich
Amon, king of the Egyptian deities, in the form of a ram protecting Taharqa
A composite image featuring a facsimile painting depicting Nubian tribute presented to a king, the
Shabties of King Pinudjem I, ca. 1025-1007 B.C.E., 16.190, Brooklyn Museum
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Golden funerary mask of Tutankhamun, inlaid with lapis lazuli, obsidian and turquoise. (
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Large, shadowy room filled with tall, thick columns. The column capitals are shaped
... Relief on the North Wall of a Chapel of Ramesses I ...
Great Pyramid of Cheops at Giza, which was not, as many believe, built
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These Canopic Jars depict the four sons of the deity Horus the Elder and the deity Isis (1070-940 BC)
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In addition to the relevance given to the surface as a support for inscriptions and depictions, the setting of an artefact became crucial in terms of its ...
Relief showing an ornately dressed Egyptian man reaching toward a male figure on a pedestal
Khafre's pyramid in the background
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