Kalabshas Temple Gate 1520 BC Egyptian Museum Berlin


Kalabsha´s Temple Gate. 15-20 BC. Egyptian Museum. Berlin - Charlottenburg. Germany

Kalabsha´s Temple Gate. 15-20 BC. Egyptian Museum. Berlin - Charlottenburg. Germany

Kalabsha Gate (visualization)

Temple of Kalabsha

Temple of Dendur @The Metropolitan Museum.

The Temple Gate of Kalabsha - Google Search

Seated Pharaoh with Horus, the Egyptian sun-god deity, Egyptian Museum in Berlin

Relief on a shrine erected by Pharaoh Taharqa in the court of the Temple of Amun built by him at Kawa in Nubia. Late Period, 25th Dynasty, ca. 690-664 BC.

temple of Dendur in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Egyptian ...

The god Mandulis, with a crown of ram-horns and high plumes on a

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Third Intermediate Period, early 22nd dynasty, ca. 900 BC. Now in the Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle upon Tyne.

The Temple of Dendur today, now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

Cairo - The Egyptian Museum - The keystone in the entrance arch is the goddess Isis crowned with the hieroglyphic sign for a throne.

The Egyptian Museum of Berlin in Germany royalty free stock image

Reliefs depicting the Goddess Hathor, Second Pylon, Temple of Isis, Island of Philae, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aswan, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Temple of Kalabsha

Temple of Kalabsha

*THE OLDEST WOODEN STATUE: Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Nice detail of the face.


Nubia and Ancient Egypt. Medja Temple Relief

London England United Kingdom Great Britain Bloomsbury The British Museum human history interior gallery Rosetta Stone

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Ancient Egyptian sunken relief depicting man carrying offerings to the goddess Hathor in Denderah, built under the reign of Pepi I (ca. 2250 BC)

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The winged sun-disk, protected by two cobras, from the lintel of the

The famous funeral mask of Tutankhamon, in gold and semi-precious stones…

Kalabsha Temple

The golden mask of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum Cairo. The mask contains two alloys of gold: 18.4 carat shade for the face and neck, and 22.5 carat gold for ...

Temple of Kalabsha on Lake Nasser. Temple situated on the West Bank of the Nile

Abu Simbel

Sculpture of Amun in the entrance foyer of the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

Female principle(nurturing, gene bank/repository;incubator):

The Lion Temple

And what's up with the blue eyes on the Sumerian and Egyptian statuettes?? Another Sumerian statuette.

The Ishtar Gate, built in 575 B.C. in Babylon by order of King Nebuchadnezzar,

Striding Lion

Ishtar Gate

Aramatle-qo - Sitting statue of Aramatle-qo. Ägyptisches Museum, Berlin (


Edfu Temple of Horus

Chicago's Top 10 : Field Museum - Inside Ancient Egypt This part-original, part

Through the aforementioned we realize why collective works, like Fontes Historiae Nubiorum. Textual Sources for the History of the Middle Nile Region (vols.

Hidden aspects in stealing Egypt's monuments - Egyptian Institute for Studies.

Colossal statue of Ramesses II and his daughte…

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Probably foundation deposit no.1, Temple of Min, Koptos, Egypt. Petrie Museum

Osiris-In his Underworld aspect, Osiris is called The Black One, Bull of the Underworld, Dweller in the Funeral Mountain, and Khenti-Amenti, Foremost of the ...


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... common name of the pharaohs of the Twenty-fifth dynasty, which originally ruled the Nubian kingdom of Napata. They ruled over Egypt from the late eighth ...

The temples of Kalabsha. Kalabsha Temple, ancient Talmis, was built over an earlier New Kingdom site during the Roman Period for Caesar Augustus.

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Notice how it seems the hands are clasped together as in the way Sumerian statues are often depicted? This is predynastic Egyptian. Coincidence?

Ishtar Temple Gate

Malonaqen - Votive cartouche of Malonaqen (Ashmolean Museum)

Faience, Egyptian blue, 12 cms. Graeco-Roman Period, ca. 30 BC – 300 AD. Now in the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon.

The Kingdom of Kush survived longer than that of Egypt, invaded Egypt (under the leadership of king Piye), and controlled Egypt during the 8th century, ...

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Statue-cube de Senmout, Egypte, Granit, Nouvel Empire, XVIIIe dyn, règne d'Hatchepsout.

Nubia - The complete information and online sale with free shipping. Order and buy now for the lowest price in the best online store! Discounts & Coupons.


The mean ordinary rate of the increase of the soil of Egypt is calculated as about 4½ in. in a century.


... flowing into the inner Congo by 400 B.C. By 1000 B.C., segments reached the eastern edge of the tropical rainforest near the Great Lakes.

Statue of Isis with Horus child. Egyptian Museum. Egypt - Stock Image


Aryamani - Stela of Aryamani from Kawa (British Museum) no. 1777

Kalabsha Temple

The Lion Temple

singers, and above all, Rafie said the first stone in history: the pyramid of King” Zoser “Saqqara.

On Banknotes: Nubian Temples; 1 Egyptian pound; 1951 and many others

Egypt, Aswan, Elephantine Island, Ptolemaic Shrine of Kalabsha, - Stock Image

Archeo Monografie n. 14, Agosto 2016

Amanitore Queen of Kush Aegyptisches Museum Berlin InvNr7261 20080313 Barkenuntersatz Natakamani Amanitore aus Wad Ban Naga

A large male figure in full regalia, seated on a spool-shaped stool, forms the finials of this bronze and iron staff. Details of dress and body ...

The Greeks, who became rulers of Egypt for three hundred years before the Roman domination in 31 BC, also loved Hathor and equated her with their own ...


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Kashta - Bronze situla with the names of Kashta and Amenirdis I. Walters Art Museum

... Farming in ancient kemetic (Ancient Egypt)

One photograph shows the Temple of Edfu. Frith made his first trip to the Nile Valley in 1856, and subsequently on two other trips before 1860 went to ...

Male X principle(seed, ejaculating force, active principle):

Wadi Safaris

Tutankhamun's Canopic Shrine, Western Thebes, ca. 1325 B.C.

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Ramesses II holding a crook and a flail. Nubia, 19th Dynasty, c. 1240 BC. State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich

Copper alloy statuette of the syncretic deity