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Horus ~ King-Tutankhamun's tomb OUR PROPERTY by inheritance Stolen by the Egyptian government since 1922

Detail of Tut's ceremonial chariot. The falcon Horus wears the solar disk on which is engraved the winged scarab, symbol of the rising sun and resurrection and a sun,( Amarna period), giver of life (hieroglyph: The Key of Life)

Anubis Holding Scales of Justice Egyptian God Statue

Foto 2. Reverso del pectoral de la reina Kama H. STIERLIN, L'or des pharaons, París, 1993, p. 205

Amun in the form of a ram atop the lotus, which represents rebirth. Hetheru is wearing the horned head-dress with the sun disk and holds the crook.

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Early man deified some animal and. Langoaurelian: Horus Gold Falcon’s head with obsidian eyes, excavated by J. Quibell at the Horus Temple, Nekhen.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: ESCULTURA EGIPCIA DEL IMPERIO MEDIO. LA EXPOSICIÓN…

Pectoral with an Opposing Seth Animal and Hieracosphinx Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt; Probably from Dahshur Medium: Gold

Pedestal esfinge egipcia. 220 x 109 x 208 cm. www.decorarconarte.com

Pedestal esfinge egipcia. 220 x 109 x 208 cm

Sobek, an ancient Egyptian deity, is associated with the Nile crocodile and is either represented in its form or as a human with a crocodile head. It was also associated with pharaonic power, fertility, and military prowess, but served additionally as a protective deity with apotropaic qualities, invoked particularly for protection against the dangers presented by the Nile river.

Sobek, an ancient Egyptian deity, is associated with the Nile crocodile and is either represented in its form or as a human with a crocodile head. It was also associated with pharaonic power, fertility, and military prowess, but served additionally as a protective deity with apotropaic qualities, invoked particularly for protection against the dangers presented by the Nile river.

Portadora de ofrendas, Reino Medio, XI Din. El Cairo, Museo Egipcio. La mujer personifica una propiedad que habría proporcionado ofrendas de alimento para el espíritu de Meketre para la eternidad. Lleva un pato vivo cogido por las alas en una mano y equilibra una cesta de alimento con la otra. Su vestido se decora con el diseño de pluma a menudo asociado con diosas, y esto puede referirse a Isis y Nephthis, que protegen el espíritu del difunto en la otra vida.

Portadora de ofrendas, Reino Medio, XI Din. El Cairo, Museo Egipcio. La mujer personifica una propiedad que habría proporcionado ofrendas de alimento para el espíritu de Meketre para la eternidad. Lleva un pato vivo cogido por las alas en una mano y equilibra una cesta de alimento con la otra. Su vestido se decora con el diseño de pluma a menudo asociado con diosas, y esto puede referirse a Isis y Nephthis, que protegen el espíritu del difunto en la otra vida.

18e dynastie... Entre les règnes d'Amenhotep III et Amenhotep IV - Akhenaton. (1 350 avant l'ère du Christianisme...)   En Bois muni de pigments, du verre ainsi que des incrustations en os.  Musée du Caire. © Susana Garcia Alegre

Unguent Container of Siamun, Ivory and Painted Wood, Height 14 cm Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb of Hatiay

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Figura Anubis. Egipto. H:36cm. www.decorarconarte.com

Figura Anubis. Egipto. H:36cm

Tragédia no Antigo Egito - Múmia do faraó egípcio Ramsés III (Foto: Reprodução/"British Medical Journal")

Tomografia revela que faraó egípcio teve garganta cortada

The god of eternity Heh kneeling on the hieroglyphic for Gold

Back of a chair from the tomb of Tutankhamun BC) depicting the god Heh, spirit of the million years. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

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