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Fierce warriors and highly advanced for their time, the Hyksos changed the face of Egypt, forever - before they fell. But who were these mysterious technological masters?

The Hyksos: Mysterious Semitic Conquerors of the Nile Delta - Urban Ghosts Media

Ancient Peoples - The history of the horse tack, in ancient terms,.

Amenemhat III - Wikipedia

Amenemhat III - Wikipedia

The Osirus / Horus god of Egyptian mythology ...

Is Jesus Christ a Mythical Entity Prefigured by Osirus-Horus Mythology? A Response to Tom Harpur’s The Pagan Christ, Part 3 of 3

Sarcophagus of Khonsu, Son of Sennedjem. Egyptian Museum. Egypt. Photographer: J.D. Dallet

Sarcophagus of Khonsu, Son of Sennedjem.

This scene from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun shows officials inspecting fields. A farmer checks the boundary marker of the field. Nearby, 2 chariots for the party of officials wait under the shade of sycomore-fig tree. Another smaller fragments belonging to this scene/wall, now in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin, show the grain being harvested and processed. The British Museum, London. Photo © Osama S. M. Amin.

The Egyptian Tomb-Chapel Scenes of Nebamun at the British Museum – Ancient History et cetera

Old Kingdom Mural

The African Nile Valley Civilization (Unveiling of a hidden Black/African History)

/Ancient+Egypt looks like animal skin similar to African tradition

Ancient Egypt / La Civiltà Egizia

Ancient+Egypt looks like animal skin similar to African tradition. Animal skins were revered in egyptian culture by priest because the felt it gave them the similar power of that animal

Djéhouty et son épouse Henout reçoivent une libation de leurs enfants  vers 1500 - 1400 avant J.-C.  calcaire H. : 78 cm. ; L. : 59 cm.  Département des Antiquités égyptiennes	 C 63

Djéhouty et son épouse Henout reçoivent une libation de leurs enfants vers 1500 - 1400 avant J.-C. calcaire H. : 78 cm. ; L. : 59 cm. Département des Antiquités égyptiennes C 63

Pharaoh Seti I from his temple in Abydos. Reign: 1290-1279 BC, Dynasty 19. Predecessor Ramses I: Successor Ramses II: Consort Queen Tuya

Ten Greatest Archaeological Artifacts

Statue of Ramesses II. Nefertari (Ramses II wife) Temple on Lake Nasser bank. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Statue of Ramesses II Nefertari (Ramses II wife) Temple on Lake Nasser bank in Abu Simbel, Egypt

Amarna, la corte de Akhenatón y Nefertiti

Gilt Shrine Showing the King Pouring Perfumed Liquid into the Queen's Hand, Thebes, Egypt

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