Lintel of Tuthmosis the First Depicting Wadjet This lintel, a horizontal beam or stone above a door, of Tuthmosis the First depicts Wadjet and Nekhbet, guardian deities of Lower and Upper Egypt, respectively. The goddesses are depicted over the papyrus and the lotus flower.The hieroglyphic text contains prayers that the king will enjoy happiness, health, and prosperity. He is also described as the "Perfect Lord of Piety."
Relief Stele Depicting a Pharaoh Making an Offering to the Goddess Isis
Ptahhotep, représenté devant des tables doffrandes, garnies de pains…
Temple of Hathor, Luxor, Egypt The Temple of Hathor is part of The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Hathor is depicted as a cow goddess with head horns in which is set a sun disk.
Amulet in the Shape of Winged VultureAMULET LOWER EGYPT: GOVERNORATE OF SHARQIYA: TANIS NON ORGANIC: METAL: GOLD This amulet depicts the vulture Nekhbet, patron goddess of Upper Egypt. It is in the form of a miniature wide Usekh collar and is made of beaten gold with a counterweight. It was found among many pieces of jewelry belonging to King Psusennes the First. The amulet was made to be hung on the king's garments by passing a wire or a string ...
Amulet in the shape of the vulture. As this figure is very frequent it seems to appear as a symbol of the Upper egyptian goddess Nekhbet so maybe she is represented here but the vulture was also sacred to the mother goddess Mut and it might be she who is depicted. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Reliefs depicting Battle Scenes Early Dynasty 18 probably reign of Amenhotep II 15th century BCE from Thebes el-Asasif sandstone
Relief Trial Piece with the Head of the King. Period: New Kingdom. Dynasty: Dynasty 18. Reign: reign of Amenhotep III. Date: ca. 1390–1352 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Upper. Egypt; Thebes. Medium: Limestone.
Recumbent Lion. Old Kingdom Dynasty. ca. 2575–2450 B.C. Egypt. Granite This imposing lion probably guarded a pyramid-age sanctuary. The most powerful predator of the steppe bordering the Nile valley, the lion was a symbol of royalty. The animal–especially the female–also embodied deities. This sculpture is the earliest extant example of monumental size that has been preserved almost in its entirety. It was excavated by the British Egypt Exploration Fund in 1891 southeast of the Fayum oasis.