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Statue of Memi and Sabu, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, ca. 2575–2465 b.c.  Egyptian; Probably from Giza  Painted limestone    H. 24 3/8 in. (62 cm)

Statue of Memi and Sabu, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, ca. 2575–2465 b.c. Egyptian; Probably from Giza Painted limestone H. 24 3/8 in. (62 cm)

One of the most beautiful statues of Ramses II is this one, carved from black granite, in the Museo Egizio – the Egyptian Museum of Turin. Here Ramses wears the so-called Blue Crown, the Khepresh, which first appeared early in Egypt’s 18th Dynasty. The Khepresh is sometimes called the ‘War Crown’ as kings are often depicted wearing it as they rush

One of the most beautiful statues of Ramses II is this one, carved from black granite, in the Museo Egizio – the Egyptian Museum of Turin. Here Ramses wears the so-called Blue Crown, the Khepresh, which first appeared early in Egypt’s 18th Dynasty. The Khepresh is sometimes called the ‘War Crown’ as kings are often depicted wearing it as they rush

Venus found in Amiens - France ca 20'000 B.C.

Venus found in Amiens - France ca 20'000 B.C.

Statue of a standing woman (The Lady of Brussels) Probably late Dynasty 2 (ca. 2695– 2649 BC)

Statue of a standing woman (The Lady of Brussels) Probably late Dynasty 2 (ca. 2695– 2649 BC)

Bust of a statue of Ramses II. The bust is part of a seated statue of Ramses II. He holds in his right hand and scepter heqa used a wrist strap decorated with eye oudjat that symbolizes health and divine perfection..

Bust of a statue of Ramses II. The bust is part of a seated statue of Ramses II. He holds in his right hand and scepter heqa used a wrist strap decorated with eye oudjat that symbolizes health and divine perfection..

King Sahure and a Nome God, Egyptian, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5, reign of Sahure, c. 2458 - 2446 BC

King Sahure and a Nome God, Egyptian, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 5, reign of Sahure, c. 2458 - 2446 BC

Ramsés II: 1380 a.C.,  XIX Din, Imperio Nuevo, 190 cm, Diorita, Museo Egipcio de Turín. Corona esférica con alerones laterales, y en la frente, envuelta en sus anillos, la cobra que protege al rey de sus enemigos. En las manos aparecen los símbolos del poder político: con la derecha acerca a su pecho el cetro, y con la izquierda apoyada en una pierna estrecha un pequeño cilindro que sustituye al otro cetro real. La larga túnica plisada de lino blanco, es un traje ceremonial de sumo…

Ramsés II: 1380 a.C., XIX Din, Imperio Nuevo, 190 cm, Diorita, Museo Egipcio de Turín. Corona esférica con alerones laterales, y en la frente, envuelta en sus anillos, la cobra que protege al rey de sus enemigos. En las manos aparecen los símbolos del poder político: con la derecha acerca a su pecho el cetro, y con la izquierda apoyada en una pierna estrecha un pequeño cilindro que sustituye al otro cetro real. La larga túnica plisada de lino blanco, es un traje ceremonial de sumo…

Antiguo Egipto: La religión y la vida cotidiana - Ancient hombre y sus primeras civilizaciones

Antiguo Egipto: La religión y la vida cotidiana - Ancient hombre y sus primeras civilizaciones

STATUE votive representing the god Anubis.Bronze. Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI-XXX.

STATUE votive representing the god Anubis.Bronze. Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty XXVI-XXX.

The Annunaki of Mesopotamia.

The Annunaki of Mesopotamia.

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