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Grave cone of Ra mesi | | 25th Dynasty, the time of Taharqa, 690-664 BC

Grave cone of Ra mesi | | 25th Dynasty, the time of Taharqa, 690-664 BC

Grave stela Kha-Re, 1st half of the 18th dynasty in Egypt (16th-15th century BC), Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu (MNP)

Grave stela Kha-Re, 1st half of the 18th dynasty in Egypt (16th-15th century BC), Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu (MNP)

Pottery funerary cone.

Pottery funerary cone.

egypt first dynasty | Egyptian 18th Dynasty funerary cone for Nebanensu | eBay

Egyptian 18th Dynasty funerary cone for Nebanensu

egypt first dynasty | Egyptian 18th Dynasty funerary cone for Nebanensu | eBay

Pottery funerary cone.

Pottery funerary cone.

Book of the Dead of Khonsu-mes | | 21st Dynasty, around 1000 BC

Book of the Dead of Khonsu-mes | | 21st Dynasty, around 1000 BC

theancientwayoflife: “ ~Votive stela of Amenemope. 1479 BC-1425 BC Egypt, Mageb ”

theancientwayoflife: “ ~Votive stela of Amenemope. 1479 BC-1425 BC Egypt, Mageb ”

Horus and Seth pacified performing the Sema-Tawy Ritual (lotus and papyrus entwined, the Union of the Two Lands, Upper and Lower Egypt); on the top, above the Sema-Tawy symbol, is represented the Royal Cartouche with the name of King Sesostris I as "King of Upper and Lower Egypt", KheperKaRa; detail from the throne of a statue of King Sesostris I (1971-1926 bc)

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Horus and Seth pacified performing the Sema-Tawy Ritual (lotus and papyrus entwined, the Union of the Two Lands, Upper and Lower Egypt); on the top, above the Sema-Tawy symbol, is represented the Royal Cartouche with the name of King Sesostris I as "King of Upper and Lower Egypt", KheperKaRa; detail from the throne of a statue of King Sesostris I (1971-1926 bc)

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