Ushabti of Tutankhamun. Partly gilded wooden ushabti.

Ushabti of Tutankhamun (see high-res) . Image and description via Wiki: "This is a partly gilded wooden ushabti found in the tomb of king Tutankhamun, from the Dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom.

*STATUETTE:  eines Priesters mit Hathorsymbol (statuette of a priest with Hathor symbol)

Statuette eines Priesters mit Het-Heru (Hathor) symbol (statuette of a priestess with Het-Heru symbol)

Obilisk of Ramsis ||

Obelisco Ramses na noite - Templo de Luxor, Egipto / Obelisk Ramsses at Night - Temple at Luxor, EGYPT

Wooden sandals with gold stucco overlaid with bark and green leather

Wood sandals with gold foil on stucco base, overlaid with bark and green leather

busto di Nefertiti - Museo di Berlino

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Ancient Egypt: gold chair found in the tomb of King Tut

If this throne was built to the persons size-they had very long legs!Side of throne chair - lapiz lazuli inlaid into golden falcon wings.

tuts collection very nice

Detail of alabaster boat model with ibexes from tomb of Tutankhamun. Our inherited property Stolen by the Egyptian Government since 1922

AN EGYPTIAN WOODEN HEAD OF AN IMPORTANT EGYPTIAN NOBLEWOMAN   LATE DYNASTY XVIII/EARLY DYNASTY XIX, CIRCA 1300 B.C.   Wearing a tripartite wig, with central parting and finely striated braids, with a serene expression and sensitively modelled eyebrows, eye-line and pupils, on velvet mount  5½ in. (14 cm.) high

Wooden head of an important Egyptian noblewoman, late dynasty XVIII/early dynasty XIX, c 1300 BC

Lion's head, forming the sides of a bed, made of wood, overlaid with gold with glass nose and eyes.

Head of a funerary couch in the form of a cheetah or lion: tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt

This statue depicts an Egyptian man that is wearing a Schenti (a wrapped skirt around the waist), a decorated apron, possible gold bracelets and armlets, a wesekh collar (a decorated, traditional rounded collar), sandals, no evident hair or makeup, and a uraeus headpiece (a headdress with a cobra).  It can be assumed that this man is in the upper part of the Egyptian social status, possibly as a court official or a noble.

Tomb Guardian in King Tut's Tomb. Photographed at the King Tut Museum in the Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Statue of Horus in falcon form. Horus was the son of the Great Goddess Isis, conceived by his virgin mother after the death of her brother-husband Osiris