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Seti I

Seti the first. this mummy is by far my favorite one. saw it in the cairo museum and it is so well preserved and looks so life like.

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The Ankh (unicode 2625 U) is the Egyptian hieroglyph representing the NH ˁ word, which means "life." It is an attribute of the Egyptian gods that can keep the loop, or wear one in each hand, arms crossed over the chest. This symbol was called Crux Ansata

Mummy of Pinudjem II, High Priest of Amun in Thebes.

Pinudjem II was one of the most famous rulers of southern Egypt during the Third Intermediate Period. He gave the world an important pharaoh and also a scandalous love story.He was a High Priest of Am

Scarab. The scarab beetle in ancient Egypt was associated with the sun and renewal. Egyptians worshipped the scarab under the name Khepri: “He who came forth from the earth”

The scarab beetle in ancient Egypt was associated with the sun and renewal. Egyptians worshipped the scarab under the name Khepri: “He who came forth from the earth”

Ancient Egypt, Ornaments, Christmas Decorations, Ornament

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Nefertiti large sculpture

Nefertiti sculpture Maher Art Gallery in Egypt. Nefertiti is recorded as being the mother of Tutankhamen, though biologically this isn't the case.

Yuya and Thuya, father and mother of Queen Tiye In the Book of Genesis, the last part of the Joseph story states that when Joseph died "they embalmed him, and he    was put in a coffin in Egypt." One need only to look at the mummy of Yuya, now in Cairo Museum, to be    convinced that this is the mummy of Joseph.

Mummies of Yuya (left) and Tjuyu (right). Some scholars have said that Tjuyu has a more Egyptian appearance and note that her ears are pierced.

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