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fragmentary funerary mask of Queen Tiy. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, circa 1345 B.C.

*EGYPT: Fragmentary funerary mask of Queen Tiye, in the Agyptisches Museum collection in Berlin.

An Egyptian wood mummy mask  Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C. The facial features schematically carved, the eyes raised, some evidence of painted gesso remaining,

An Egyptian wood mummy mask Late Period, circa BCE. The facial features schematically carved, the eyes raised, some evidence of painted gesso remaining.

Partie d'une statuette de la  Reine Tiyi en stéatite - Taille 7.2 cm - Musée Égyptien du Caire

Partie d'une statuette de la Reine Tiyi en stéatite - Taille 7.2 cm - Musée Égyptien du Caire

Ostracon with a donkey. Country of Origin Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-  Bahri, Hatshepsut Hole, MMA 1922–1923. Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18   Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca. 1479–1458 B.C. Credit   Line: Rogers Fund, 1923       Courtesy: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York,   New York (USA).

*Ostracon with a donkey Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca.

Powerful statuary - Horned Women XV (Queen Tiye in the Double Feather headdress with horned solar disk).  This headdress is attributed to HetHeru (Hathor) and Auset (Isis).  Queens of the 18th dynasty on wore the double feathers, in their role as royal priestess.

Queen Tiye in the Double Feather headdress with horned solar disk. This headdress is attributed to HetHeru (Hathor) and Auset (Isis). Queens of the dynasty wore the double feathers in their role as royal priestess.

Fragment of a relief representing queen Tiye | by Lenka P

Fragment of a relief representing queen Tiye From Western Thebes, from the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. New Kingdom, BC Neus Museum,Berlin

https://flic.kr/p/aMFoAc | Tomb relief: king Amenhotep III with the blue crown | 18th dynasty, 1360 BC.  From Western Thebes, from the tomb of Khaemhat.  Neues Museum, Berlin AM14442

Tomb relief: king Amenhotep III with the blue crown dynasty, 1360 BC. From Western Thebes, from the tomb of Khaemhat.

Young-Akhenaton

Portrait bust of king Tutankhamen. New Kingdom, Dynasty around 1335 BC, Amarna, Limestone.

Upper part of a statuette of the Mother of the Apis Period: Late Period or Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–200 B.C. Geography: Egypt @themetmuseum.org

Upper part of a statuette of the Mother of the Apis Period: Late Period or Ptolemaic Period Date: B.

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Death Mask on a Woman’s Head  Epoch. Period: Huno-Sarmatian Era Date: Tashtyk Culture. 3rd - 4th century Place of finding: Oglakhty VI Burial Mound, Grave No. 4 (excavations by Prof. L.R. Kyzlasov) Archaeological site: South Siberia, Khakassia Republic, left bank of the River Yenisei, near Mount Oglakhty

Death Mask on a Woman’s Head Epoch. Period: Huno-Sarmatian Era Date: Tashtyk Culture. - century Place of finding: Oglakhty VI Burial Mound, Grave No. 4 (excavations by Prof.

Mask of Wenudjebauendjed  Wenudjebauendjed, a powerful military leader, was buried with this gold funerary mask in the pharaoh’s tomb alongside his master.  Twenty-first Dynasty Reign of Psusennes I, 1039–991 BCE From Tanis, tomb of Psusennes I Gold The Egyptian Museum, Cairo:

(Egypt) Gold Mask of Wenudjebauendjed, a powerful military leader, was buried with this Gold funerary mask in the pharaoh’s tomb alongside his master. dynasty reign of Psusennes. From Tanis, tomb of Psusennes. Gold The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

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