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Tell Basta - Statue de Meritamon (EG09-0468_pano.jpg)

Statue ramesside. XIXe dynastie. Tell Basta | par Su55

Statuette eines Priesters mit Hathorsymbol (statuette of a priest with Hathor symbol) | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Détail d'une inscription en akkadien sur un relief provenant de Nimrud, British Museum

Estatua de Idi Fecha: 2200 A.C.aC Reino Antiguo: Dinastía VI Procedencia: Abydos (Umm el-Qaab, Tell el-Manshiya, otros) Material: Caliza

Temple d'Isis à Philaé - plaque souvenir Napoléon (campagne d'Egypte) - 1798-1799

Statue of a goddess, probably Nehemetaui or Nebethetepet Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Dynasty: Dynasty 27–30 Date: 550–300 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: cupreous alloy

Haremhab—General and Scribe. New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Haremhab, ca. 1323–1295 b.c. Egyptian

Painted Limestone Statue of Memi and Sabu, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, 2575–2465 BC, probably from Giza. Pair statues, usually depicting a husband and wife, were frequently placed in a serdab, the hidden statue chamber often found in nonroyal tomb chapels of the Old Kingdom. The Egyptians believed that the spirit of the deceased could use such a statue as a home and enter it in order to benefit from gifts of food that were brought to the offering chapel of the tomb.