Amenhotep iii

Amenhotep III wrapped. Amenhotep III, King of Egypt (1390-1352 BC) Amenhotep III was the son and successor of Thutmose IV. The supposed divine nature of his birth is represented in a series of reliefs inside the Luxor Temple.

Amenhotep III wrapped. Amenhotep III, King of Egypt (1390-1352 BC) Amenhotep III was the son and successor of Thutmose IV. The supposed divine nature of his birth is represented in a series of reliefs inside the Luxor Temple.

SACRED MATRIARCHY OF THE HET HERU - THE 'GREAT ROYAL QUEEN' HAD TO BE OF CHILDBEARING AGE, THE KING DID NOT HAVE SEX WITH HIS DAUGHTERS OR SISTERS BUT THEIR CHILDREN COULD BE KING OR MARRY (APPOINT) ONE, LEGITIMIZING HIS SERVICE - Nesi (Pharaoh) Amenhotep III elevated two of his four daughters - Sitamun and Aset (Isis) - to the office of "Great Royal Queen" during the last decade of his Service. Evidence that Sitamun already was promoted to this office by Year 30 of his Service, is known

SACRED MATRIARCHY OF THE HET HERU - THE 'GREAT ROYAL QUEEN' HAD TO BE OF CHILDBEARING AGE, THE KING DID NOT HAVE SEX WITH HIS DAUGHTERS OR SISTERS BUT THEIR CHILDREN COULD BE KING OR MARRY (APPOINT) ONE, LEGITIMIZING HIS SERVICE - Nesi (Pharaoh) Amenhotep III elevated two of his four daughters - Sitamun and Aset (Isis) - to the office of "Great Royal Queen" during the last decade of his Service. Evidence that Sitamun already was promoted to this office by Year 30 of his Service, is known

'The Colossi of Memnon During the Annual Flooding' - Hubert Sattler ilustra en 1846 a los Colosos de Memnón durante la inundación anual frente a la ciudad egipcia de Luxor

El palacio-museo Belvedere de Viena expone 'Orient & Okzident' ('Oriente y Occidente'), una muestra con 120 trabajos de más de 30 artistas austriacos del siglo XIX que viajaron para pintar, en aventuras que no siempre eran seguras ni fáciles

*QUEEN TIYE: whose husband: aMENHOTEP III, may have been epicted to her right in this broken statue.

*QUEEN TIYE: whose husband: aMENHOTEP III, may have been epicted to her right in this broken statue.

AmenhotepIII-FaienceCartoucheDecorationFromPalace MetropolitanMuseum - Amenhotep III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

AmenhotepIII-FaienceCartoucheDecorationFromPalace MetropolitanMuseum - Amenhotep III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colossi of Amenhotep III - The historian Durant describes the grandeur of Amenhotep III monuments in writing, “Two giants [sit] in stone, representing the most luxurious of Egypt’s monarchs, Amenhotep III. Each is seventy feet high, weighs seven hundred tons, and is carved out of a single rock”

Colossi of Amenhotep III - The historian Durant describes the grandeur of Amenhotep III monuments in writing, “Two giants [sit] in stone, representing the most luxurious of Egypt’s monarchs, Amenhotep III. Each is seventy feet high, weighs seven hundred tons, and is carved out of a single rock”

File:England; London - The British Museum, Egypt Egyptian Sculpture ~ Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III (Room 4).2.JPG

File:England; London - The British Museum, Egypt Egyptian Sculpture ~ Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III (Room 4).2.JPG

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