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Photos reveal the elaborate cedar coffin of Sattjeni, an important figure in the 12th Dynasty (1950-1775 B.C.) Egyptian town of Elephantine.

In Photos: 3,800-Year-Old Coffin Holds Ancient Egyptian Woman

Photos reveal the elaborate cedar coffin of Sattjeni, an important figure in the Dynasty B.) Egyptian town of Elephantine.

Cabeza de mercenario asiático

An Egyptian (Early Ptolemaic) Limestone Sculptor's Model Relief of a Libyan ca 300 BC

Egyptian Roman period mummy mask of a young woman, c 150AD

Fayum Egyptian Roman period mummy mask of a young woman, c 150 AD. stunning work she is so beautiful!

‘nilometer’, a device to predict the level of flood water // an essential tool for control of Egypt. It had to be kept secret by the ruling class and institutions, because it was a central component of their authority”.

Clockwork City, Responsive City, Predictive City and Adjacent Incumbents

The tomb of Panehesy, who was the Egyptian noble and 'Chief servitor of the Aten in the temple of Aten in Akhetaten'. He was also the 'Seal-bearer of Lower Egypt'. These titles show how powerful he must have been during the Amarna Period.

The tomb of Panehesy, who was the Egyptian noble and 'Chief servitor of the Aten in the temple of Aten in Akhetaten'. He was also the 'Seal-bearer of Lower Egypt'. These titles show how powerful he must have been during the Amarna Period.

STAR GATES: GATE INSTRUCTION? The Ancient Egyptian Stela of Ahmose honouring Tetisheri. Limestone, Eighteenth Dynasty, New Kingdom. Found in the ruins of Tetisheris pyramid in the complex of Ahmoses pyramid at Abydos.  Currently located at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. WHO BUILT THESE THOUSANDS YEARS AGO?? WHY?? WHAT DO YOU SEE?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?? WHAT DO WE KNOW?? Is There Something We Are Afraid Of Discovering?

ancientart: The Ancient Egyptian Stela of Ahmose honouring Tetisheri. Limestone, Eighteenth Dynasty, New Kingdom. Found in the ruins of Tetisheri’s pyramid in the complex of Ahmose’s pyramid at Abydos. Currently located at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

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