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1923 - Deux statues de Ramsès II apportées au Caire de la Haute Egypte devant le musée du Caire, ces statues qui ont 22 pieds de haut seront élevées devant le Museum (CNews). Photographie de presse / Agence Rol

1923 - Deux statues de Ramsès II apportées au Caire de la Haute Egypte devant le musée du Caire, ces statues qui ont 22 pieds de haut seront élevées devant le Museum (CNews). Photographie de presse / Agence Rol

Triade colossale représentant Ramsès II, pharaon de la XIXe dynastie, entouré par le dieu créateur Ptah et la déesse à tête de lionne Sekhmet - Jardins du Musée des antiquités égyptiennes du Caire, Égypte.

Triade colossale représentant Ramsès II, pharaon de la XIXe dynastie, entouré par le dieu créateur Ptah et la déesse à tête de lionne Sekhmet - Jardins du Musée des antiquités égyptiennes du Caire, Égypte.

Sobekneferu - Sobekneferu was the first known female Pharaoh for which there is confirmed proof, although Nitocris may have ruled in the Sixth Dynasty, and there are five other women who are believed to have ruled as early as the First Dynasty.[citation needed] Amenemhat IV most likely died without a male heir; consequently, Amenemhat III's daughter Sobekneferu assumed the throne. According to the Turin Canon, she ruled for 3 years, 10 months, and 24 days[3] in the late 19th century BC…

Sobekneferu - Sobekneferu was the first known female Pharaoh for which there is confirmed proof, although Nitocris may have ruled in the Sixth Dynasty, and there are five other women who are believed to have ruled as early as the First Dynasty.[citation needed] Amenemhat IV most likely died without a male heir; consequently, Amenemhat III's daughter Sobekneferu assumed the throne. According to the Turin Canon, she ruled for 3 years, 10 months, and 24 days[3] in the late 19th century BC…

Amulet of Harsaphes (Heryshef). Egyptian Third Intermediate Period, Dyn. 23, Neferkara Pe 740–725 B.C. Object Place: Egypt, Ihnasya el-Medina (Herakleopolis Magna) DIMENSIONS Height x width x depth: 6 x 0.7 x 1.7 cm (2 3/8 x 1/4 x 11/16 in.) ACCESSION NUMBER 06.2408 MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Cast gold OUT ON LOAN On display at Houston Museum of Natural Science, TX, May 17, 2013 – November 1, 2017 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Amulet of Harsaphes (Heryshef). Egyptian Third Intermediate Period, Dyn. 23, Neferkara Pe 740–725 B.C. Object Place: Egypt, Ihnasya el-Medina (Herakleopolis Magna) DIMENSIONS Height x width x depth: 6 x 0.7 x 1.7 cm (2 3/8 x 1/4 x 11/16 in.) ACCESSION NUMBER 06.2408 MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Cast gold OUT ON LOAN On display at Houston Museum of Natural Science, TX, May 17, 2013 – November 1, 2017 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

This set of canopic jars was made to contain the internal organs removed from the body during the mummification process. The four sons of the god Horus were believed to protect these organs,The jackal headed Duametef protected the stomach,the falcon headed Qebehsenuef,the intestines,the baboon headed Hapi,the lungs and the human headed Imsety,the liver. ca 900 BC (limestones with paint)

This set of canopic jars was made to contain the internal organs removed from the body during the mummification process. The four sons of the god Horus were believed to protect these organs,The jackal headed Duametef protected the stomach,the falcon headed Qebehsenuef,the intestines,the baboon headed Hapi,the lungs and the human headed Imsety,the liver. ca 900 BC (limestones with paint)

Amulet of Harsaphes (Heryshef) Massive gold, lost wax casting (?) Egyptian 740–725 B.C. Country of Origin, for Customs, Egypt, , Object Place, Ihnasya el-Medina (Herakeolpolis Magna). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession Number : 06.2408

Amulet of Harsaphes (Heryshef) Massive gold, lost wax casting (?) Egyptian 740–725 B.C. Country of Origin, for Customs, Egypt, , Object Place, Ihnasya el-Medina (Herakeolpolis Magna). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession Number : 06.2408

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Intef I was a local Egyptian ruler at Thebes, and a member of the Eleventh dynasty during the First Intermediate Period. He was buried in a saff tomb at El-Tarif. He was the first of his dynasty to assume the title of Pharaoh, with the Horus name of Sehertawy, ('He who has brought calm to the Two Lands'). Intef was the son of Mentuhotep I and Neferu I. - Stela of Intef

Intef I was a local Egyptian ruler at Thebes, and a member of the Eleventh dynasty during the First Intermediate Period. He was buried in a saff tomb at El-Tarif. He was the first of his dynasty to assume the title of Pharaoh, with the Horus name of Sehertawy, ('He who has brought calm to the Two Lands'). Intef was the son of Mentuhotep I and Neferu I. - Stela of Intef

Sedment, tomb 1680, finds

Sedment, tomb 1680, finds

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