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Selket on the canopic shrine of King Tutankhamun.Tomb of King Tutankhamun. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Empire Romain, Egypt Art, Cairo Egypt, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Archaeology

Tut Exhibit - King Tutankhamun Exhibit, Collection: Basic Funeral Equipment - Statue of Selket Protecting Tutankhamun's Shrine

Tut Exhibit - King Tutankhamun Exhibit, Collection: Basic Funeral Equipment - Statue of Selket Protecting Tutankhamun's Shrine

Egypt was ruled by black pharaohs for nearly 100 years, but their role as leaders of the ancient civilization has been largely kept in the dark because of racism, according to this month's National Geographic magazine. African Empires, African American History, Black History Facts, Black History Month, Strange History, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Greek History, Tudor History

From Meroë to the Senilac Peroglyphs

Part 2 of 13 in our journey from Timbuktu to Kalamazoo (connecting landmarks in Michigan and African history) Some 1,000 years ago, a Native American sat down next to a slab of sandstone near the Cass River just outside what was to be Bad Axe, Michigan and began carving. Undiscovered until a brush fire revealed his work in 1881, the carvings depict swirls, lines, handprints, flying birds, and bow-wielding men. Known as the Senilac Petroglyphs, the artist’s tribe remains unknown…

The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu Period:Old Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 4 Date:ca. Geography:From Egypt; Probably from Memphite Region, Giza, Western Cemetery Medium:Limestone, paint Dimensions:h. 62 cm in); Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Statues, Metropolitan Museum, Objets Antiques, Egypt Museum, Art Antique, Ancient Artifacts

The Royal Acquaintances Memi and Sabu | Old Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Old Kingdom. Dynasty: Dynasty 4. Date: ca. 2575–2465 B.C.. Geography: From Egypt; Probably from Memphite Region, Giza, Western Cemetery. Medium: L...

One of the most well recognized Ancient Egyptian statues Menkaure and his Queen, Dynasty IV, ca. Graywacke, Currently located at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Ancient Egyptian Statues, Ancient Artifacts, Egyptian Pharaohs, Ancient History, Art History, Objets Antiques, Egypt Museum, Kairo, Grand Art


Exploring the art of the ancient world. Updated daily. Run by an over-enthusiastic anthropology and...

Cleopatra was very famous for using beauty oils to keep her skin young and beautiful! Fragment of a relief of Queen Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (“Cleopatra the Father-Loving Goddess”) of Egypt, Century BC. Egyptian Queen, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Egyptian Names, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Cleopatra History, Queen Cleopatra

Kings and Queens Photo: Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt

Fragment of a relief of Cleopatra. c 1st -3rd century ad

Roman Theater at Alexandria, Egypt. Over 30 years of excavation have uncovered many Roman remains including this well-preserved theatre with galleries, sections of mosaic-flooring, and marble seats for up to 800 spectators. In Ptolemaic times, this area w Places Around The World, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Around The Worlds, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture

Marina Molares

Marina Molares, art blog about my own creations: painting, photography, drawings, collage, claustrophillia, surface design, doodles, illustration.

transporting bananas to market on the Nile River, Egypt Life In Egypt, Le Nil, World Street, Africa Travel, Egypt Travel, Nile River, Story Of The World, Sailing Ships, Sailing Dinghy

transportando bananas

Explore Aitor Ruiz de Angulo's photos on Flickr. Aitor Ruiz de Angulo has uploaded 4108 photos to Flickr.

EGYPT - Cairo: Khan Al-Hkalili Bazar is one of the most amazing "old world" markets. Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Around The Worlds, Egypt Travel, Thinking Day, Cairo Egypt, Arabian Nights, Cairo

khan al-khalili

built in 1382 by garkas al-khalili, master of horses to sultan barquq, khan al-khalili is one of the biggest bazaars in the middle east. this is the oriental bazaar of fable, where gold, silver, brass, and copper goods glitter enticingly in the cave-like interiors, and sacks overflowing with exotic spices fill the air with their pungent scents. its maze of narrow, canvas-covered alleyways is crammed with shops selling a huge variety of goods. here, too, traditional egyptian crafts, such as…

Cairo & Giza Pyramids Overnight Tours From Marsa Alam; Get two days excursion from to Cairo, you will visit Pyarmids & Egyptian You have the opportunity to tour the and sights in Old Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Modern Egypt, Zermatt, Belle Photo, Monuments

Cairo, Egypt.

Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Arab world and Africa. Its metropolitan area is the 16th largest in the world. Located near the Nile Delta,it was founded in 969 AD. Nickna…

This Colossal Granite Head of Amenhotep III may have inspired the poem Ozymandias Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Easter Island Statues, Kemet Egypt, Amenhotep Iii, Arte Tribal, Art Premier, Art Sculpture

10 Must-See Treasures of the British Museum

From the Vindolanda Tablets that were voted the greatest treasure to the Easter Island Statue, these are the must-see exhibits of the British Museum.