Valley of the Kings

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What a time in History this was. I'm glad I did not live then, the cruelness was too much for me.

Vicki Reardon

Osiris

Osiris (Greek language, also Usiris; the Egyptian language name is variously transliterated Asar, Aser, Ausar, Wesir, or Ausare) is the Egyptian god of life, death, and fertility. At the height of the ancient Nile civilization, Osiris was regarded as the primary deity of a henotheism. Osiris was...

grandegyptianmuseum: Pendant of Isis This pendant represents the...

grandegyptianmuseum: Pendant of Isis This...

grandegyptianmuseum: Pendant of Isis This pendant represents the...

isis0isis: Ancient Egyptian Beads (by TMNYNY)

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Necklace with lunar pectoral, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, (electrum, feldspar, lapis lazuli and gold beads). Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Necklace with Lunar Pectoral Made out of electrum,...

Necklace with Lunar PectoralMade out of electrum, feldspar, lapis lazuli and gold beads. From the Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV62), Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. JE...

An Exhibition of Antiquities from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo At the Great Hall of Ramses II Expo 86 Vancouver British Columbia, Canada...

The Great Pharaoh Ramses and His Time: EXPO 86

An Exhibition of Antiquities from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo At the Great Hall of Ramses II Expo 86 Vancouver British Columbia, Canada May 2-October 13, 1986 French text: Christiane Desroches Noblecourt Translation: Elly Mialon 1985 ISBN: 2-9800416-0-2 This is a catalog of a traveling exhibition which made a North American tour between 1985 and 1987 with this stop in Vancouver for the International Exposition of 1986. The catalog opens with the life and legacy of the great pharaoh…

Two bracelets excavated from the tomb of of Queen Hetepheres I wife of Pharaoh Sneferu and the mother of Khufu, 4th dynasty, discovered near the satellite pyramids of the Great Pyramid of Giza in shaft G7000X of a pit tomb

Two bracelets excavated from the tomb of of Queen Hetepheres I wife of Pharaoh Sneferu and the mother of Khufu, 4th dynasty, discovered near the satellite pyramids of the Great Pyramid of Giza in shaft G7000X of a pit tomb

Remembering The Treasures of Tutankhamun

The mysterious Egyptian king Tutankhamun is back in the news this week as the archive of Howard Carter goes on line thanks to the work of Oxford University archaeologist Jaromir Malek. Howard Carte…

According to Gibson, Nefret-Mut lived during the 22nd Dynasty of ancient Egypt, around 945 B.C., during the rule of King Shesonq I, about 300 years after King Ramses II. It was a period of relative calm after a spate of invasions, anarchy and civil war. Nefret-Mut would have worked as a singer in something like a church choir.

Researchers uncover real name of Egyptian mummy 'Justine' | CBC News

Researchers have uncovered the real name of a mysterious Egyptian mummy nicknamed "Justine."

Glass, Gold, Carnelian and Feldspar Collar from the Tomb of Princess Neferuptah 1860-1814 BC. Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, Cairo

The First Egyptian Glass, Frit and Faience - Travel To Eat

Ancient Egypt was very much a part of Africa's Neolithic period. Their word for luck was "sha" and "sha sha" meant bead. Egyptians used beads to cover

Earring Period: Three Kingdoms period, Silla kingdom (57 B.C.–A.D. 668) Date: Gaya federation (42–562), late 5th–early 6th century Culture: Korea Medium: Gold

Earring (One of a Pair) | Korea | Three Kingdoms period (57 B.C.–A.D. 668) | The Met

The beauty and sophisticated craftsmanship of these gold earrings—and of the personal adornments found in the tombs of the Silla and Gaya elite generally—attest to the esteem conferred upon them by both patron and artisan