The offering formula shown on a funerary stela. On this particular stela, the formula begins on the first line and reads from right to left. The Ancient Egyptian offering formula, was written in ancient Egypt as an offering for the deceased.
Diadem of Antef V This unique silver diadem was found in 1827 at the head of a mummy. Possibly, the king Antef V of the 17th dynasty, but this is far from certain. Egyptian sailors wore headbands to keep the hair. . Behind the head The node consists of two inlaid lotusbloemen.Op the forehead shines a golden uraeus, or cobra. This confirms that we are dealing with a royal ornament. Wearing this protective symbol was one privilege of the pharaoh. Locality Thebes, ca 1647 BC. (17th Dynasty)
Nekhbet Cartouche Wall Sculpture, Dynasty : Nekhebet is the Vulture god. Vultures protect their young by spreading their wings around the chics. Nekhebet protects the pharoahs and pregnant women and especially those in labour.