Ptolemaic Dynasty

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Ancient Coins - Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy III Euergetes, AE Drachm mm, 66 g), Alexandria. Ptolemaic Dynasty, Alexandria, Egypt, Coins, Personalized Items, Ideas, Thoughts

Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy III Euergetes, AE Drachm (42 mm, 66 g), Alexandria.

Obverse: Head of Zeus-Ammon wearing tainia right.Reverse: ΠΤΟΛΕΑΜΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΙΛΕ

Greek marble portrait head of Ptolemy VIII Son of Ptolemy V Epiphanes and Cleopatra I Syra. Husband to Cleopatra II of Egypt and Cleopatra III of Egypt. Ptolemaic Dynasty, Dead King, Deep Set Eyes, Tutankhamun, Cleopatra, British Museum, Ancient Art, Historian, Metropolitan Museum

A GREEK MARBLE PORTRAIT HEAD OF PTOLEMY VIII , PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, REIGN OF PTOLEMY VIII, CIRCA 170-116 B.C.

PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, REIGN OF PTOLEMY VIII, CIRCA 170-116 B.C.

Bronze head of Ptolemy II Philadelphus ruler of Egypt in the guise of a Greek god found in the Villa dei Papyri in Herculaneum Roman 50 BCE Ptolemaic Dynasty, Hellenistic Period, Greek Art, Chef D Oeuvre, Male Figure, Greek Gods, Ancient Greece, Roman Empire, Ruler

Ptolemy II Philadelphus (309-246) Son of Ptolemy I and Berenice I.

Relief Fragments from the Temple of Sharuna. Date: Ptolemaic Period, Ptolemy I Soter Medium: limestone

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Limestone temple-relief of Ptolemy I offering to Hathor. Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Ptolemaic Dynasty, Cow Horns, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Museum Collection, Gods And Goddesses, British Museum, Archaeology

temple-relief | British Museum

Limestone temple-relief of Ptolemy I offering to Hathor: Ptolemy I wears a bag wig and a single string of beads, and presents to Hathor the heraldic plants of Upper and Lower Egypt, respectively a lily-like sedge and a papyrus. The plants, which are rendered as stiff little baubles, may well depict royal gifts to the temple, made of gold and other precious materials. Hathor holds the papyrus scepter of a goddess and wears a vulture cap, topped by a platform that supported her emblematic cow…

Unknown COMPASS Title: Fragment of a basalt Egyptian-style statue of Ptolemy I;Fragment of a basalt Egyptian-style statue of Ptolemy I Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, British Museum, Cleopatra History, Ptolemaic Dynasty, Achaemenid, Gods And Goddesses, Alexandria

statue | British Museum

Fragment of a black basalt Egyptian-style statue of Ptolemy I: the statue is preserved to below the chest; the left shoulder and the head of the uraeus are missing. The 'nemes' headdress and back pillar are damaged and there are further superficial marks on the surface. Only the top of the back pillar, which ends at the middle of the shoulder, survives and is uninscribed. The 'nemes' headdress, plain at the top but ribbed on the lappets, and the uraeus identify the subject as a ruler. The…

Part of a limestone relief; Hieroglyphic text including the cartouches of Ptolemy I BC- BC); frieze of stars above. Ptolemaic Dynasty, British Museum, Egypt, Outdoor Blanket, Africa, History, Stars, Collection, Historia

relief | British Museum

Part of a limestone relief; Hieroglyphic text including the cartouches of Ptolemy I; frieze of stars above.