Agora

Agora (2009)

Agora

Tutankamun pouring perfume oil onto the waiting hand of his queen Ankhesenamun, as shown on the gilded side of his Nekhbet shrine.

Tutankamun pouring perfume oil onto the waiting hand of his queen Ankhesenamun, as shown on the gilded side of his Nekhbet shrine.

The Narmer Palette  (Great Hierakonpolis Palette)  Cairo J.E. 14716,  C.G. 32169 Hierakonpolis (Horus Temple 'Main Deposit') - h. 63,5 cm

The Narmer Palette (Great Hierakonpolis Palette) Cairo J.E. 14716, C.G. 32169 Hierakonpolis (Horus Temple 'Main Deposit') - h. 63,5 cm

Arched Egyptian Harp, New Kingdom, 16th-11th Century BC During the 4th Dynasty (2613 to 2494 BC) harps became popular in Egypt. Two types were common;  the curved or arched-neck like this one and angular models with a perpendicular neck.

Arched Egyptian Harp, New Kingdom, 16th-11th Century BC During the 4th Dynasty (2613 to 2494 BC) harps became popular in Egypt. Two types were common; the curved or arched-neck like this one and angular models with a perpendicular neck.

Papyrus of Hunefer, detail.jpg More details Detail from the papyrus of Hunefer; the sun god represented as a cat kills the serpent of darkness with a knife. Egypt

Papyrus of Hunefer, detail.jpg More details Detail from the papyrus of Hunefer; the sun god represented as a cat kills the serpent of darkness with a knife. Egypt

The painted floor of Akhenaten's palace, at Akhetaten, illustrates bouquets of water lilies and flower vases. Cairo Museum.

The painted floor of Akhenaten's palace, at Akhetaten, illustrates bouquets of water lilies and flower vases. Cairo Museum.

Pillar of Senusret I- Egypt

Pillar of Senusret I- Egypt

Ceremonial Palette (The Four Dog Palette), reverse, ca. 3300-3100 BC  | Copyright © 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial Palette (The Four Dog Palette), reverse, ca. 3300-3100 BC | Copyright © 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Small statue of Horus. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.

Small statue of Horus. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.

The Ramesseum.  Built by Ramesses the Great.  The Egyptians had strong religious convictions which were reflected in their ancient temples.

The Ramesseum. Built by Ramesses the Great. The Egyptians had strong religious convictions which were reflected in their ancient temples.

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