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Egyptian Wood Ushabti of Ramses IV, New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty, C. 1153-1147 BC Ramses IV, Ramses also spelled Ramesses or Rameses (died 1150 BC), was a king of ancient Egypt (r. 1156–50 BC) who strove...  ::::☝️ﷺ♔❥♡ ♤✤❦♡  ✿⊱╮☼ ☾ PINTEREST.COM christiancross ☀ قطـﮧ‌‍ ⁂ ⦿ ⥾ ❤❥◐ •♥•*⦿[†] ::::

Egyptian Wood Ushabti of Ramses IV, New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty, C. 1153-1147 BC Ramses IV, Ramses also spelled Ramesses or Rameses (died 1150 BC), was a king of ancient Egypt (r. 1156–50 BC) who strove... ::::☝️ﷺ♔❥♡ ♤✤❦♡ ✿⊱╮☼ ☾ PINTEREST.COM christiancross ☀ قطـﮧ‌‍ ⁂ ⦿ ⥾ ❤❥◐ •♥•*⦿[†] ::::

London museum, from ancient egypt coffin. Probably 18 th dynasty.  ﴾Ͳ؁؆؇؈؏ؑؓ؟ؤئةدهٌّ٘ٚ٣٭ڠکڪګڬڭڮگڰڱڲڳڴۜ۝۞ۼݯݰݱݲૐṨ‎ℂℌ℗℘ℛℝ℮ℰ⒯⒴Ⓒⓐ◉◬◭ﭼﰠﰡﰳﰴﱇﱎﱑﱒﱔﱞﱷﱸﲂﲴﳀﳐﶊﶺﷲ﷽ﻄﻈ*अतभमाि☮﴿

London museum, from ancient egypt coffin. Probably 18 th dynasty. ﴾Ͳ؁؆؇؈؏ؑؓ؟ؤئةدهٌّ٘ٚ٣٭ڠکڪګڬڭڮگڰڱڲڳڴۜ۝۞ۼݯݰݱݲૐṨ‎ℂℌ℗℘ℛℝ℮ℰ⒯⒴Ⓒⓐ◉◬◭ﭼﰠﰡﰳﰴﱇﱎﱑﱒﱔﱞﱷﱸﲂﲴﳀﳐﶊﶺﷲ﷽ﻄﻈ*अतभमाि☮﴿

:::: PINTEREST.COM christiancross ::::  An early ankh made of lapis lazuli

:::: PINTEREST.COM christiancross :::: An early ankh made of lapis lazuli

It's the eye of the tiger...

It's the eye of the tiger...

ancient Egyptian faces

ancient Egyptian faces

Luxor, Egypt: The Temple of Amenhotep IV. It is the prime temple here (also known as Gempateen). The ancient meaning of this name translates as: “The Sun Disc is Found in the Estate of God Aten”.  #TaraMedium

Luxor, Egypt: The Temple of Amenhotep IV. It is the prime temple here (also known as Gempateen). The ancient meaning of this name translates as: “The Sun Disc is Found in the Estate of God Aten”. #TaraMedium

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themagicfarawayttree:   Hieroglyphic Cartouche

themagicfarawayttree: Hieroglyphic Cartouche

Aton ~

Aton ~

The step Pyramid of Saqqara, Djoser's pyramid and its surrounding mortuary complex is recognized as the first stone building in the world.

The step Pyramid of Saqqara, Djoser's pyramid and its surrounding mortuary complex is recognized as the first stone building in the world.