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Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon. Rijsmuseum. Photo: www.rmo.nl

Internal side of the cover of the Coffin of Peftjauneith. Nut in black is an image of the night sky vault. The goddess with her mane standing up is swallowing the evening sun and giving birth the full moon. Rijsmuseum. Photo: www.rmo.nl

The Ankh, the Egyptian symbol of life indicating the bearer had the power to give life or take it away from lesser mortals. Only Kings, Queens, and Gods could carry this symbol.

The Ankh, the Egyptian symbol of life indicating the bearer had the power to give life or take it away from lesser mortals. Only Kings, Queens, and Gods could carry this symbol.

totenbuch: Ramses II Luxor Egypt 1880s.

totenbuch: Ramses II Luxor Egypt 1880s.

Univers Mininga

Univers Mininga

“Ancient Egypt” is the land of magic and mysteries. It dates back to 3150 BC. Since the Upper and Lower Egypt were united under the ruling of King Menes who was the first pharaoh, the ancient Egyptian civilization has been a source of inspiration for historians and excavators. “Egypt is the gift of the Nile”…

“Ancient Egypt” is the land of magic and mysteries. It dates back to 3150 BC. Since the Upper and Lower Egypt were united under the ruling of King Menes who was the first pharaoh, the ancient Egyptian civilization has been a source of inspiration for historians and excavators. “Egypt is the gift of the Nile”…

An ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic carving showing the goddess Isis - wearing the crown of Hathor - with the young Pharoah Seti on her lap. Wall of the temple of Abydos in Egypt

An ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic carving showing the goddess Isis - wearing the crown of Hathor - with the young Pharoah Seti on her lap. Wall of the temple of Abydos in Egypt

Isis and Osiris

Isis and Osiris

Le temple de Louxor aujourd'hui  Le temple de Louxor est un temple égyptien voué au culte d'Amon. Situé au cœur de l’ancienne Thèbes, il fut construit pour l’essentiel sous les XVIIIe et XIXe dynasties. Il était consacré au dieu dynastique Amon sous ses deux aspects d’Amon-Rê céleste et d'Amon-Min (divinité ithyphallique).  Les parties les plus anciennes actuellement visibles remontent à Amenhotep III et à Ramsès II. Par la suite, de nouveaux éléments furent ajoutés par Chabaka, Nectanébo…

Le temple de Louxor aujourd'hui Le temple de Louxor est un temple égyptien voué au culte d'Amon. Situé au cœur de l’ancienne Thèbes, il fut construit pour l’essentiel sous les XVIIIe et XIXe dynasties. Il était consacré au dieu dynastique Amon sous ses deux aspects d’Amon-Rê céleste et d'Amon-Min (divinité ithyphallique). Les parties les plus anciennes actuellement visibles remontent à Amenhotep III et à Ramsès II. Par la suite, de nouveaux éléments furent ajoutés par Chabaka, Nectanébo…

The Step Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara

The Step Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara

pre dynastic egyptian art - Google Search

pre dynastic egyptian art - Google Search

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