Cleopatra's Needle

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One of two female figures flanking the entrance to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo; given that the museum opened in she is probably supposed to be either Cleopatra or Isis Egyptian Queen, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, History Facts, Ancient Aliens, Queen Isis, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess

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Photograph of Cleopatra's Needle at Alexandria, EGYPT 1869 Ancient Aliens, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Monuments, Empire Romain, Cultura General, Old Egypt

Photograph of Cleopatra's Needle at Alexandria, 1869 Cleopatra's Needle is the popular name for each of three Ancient Egyptian obelisks re-erected in London, Paris, and New York City during the nineteenth century. Although the needles are genuine Ancient Egyptian obelisks, they are somewhat misnamed as they have no particular connection with Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt, and were already over a thousand years old in her lifetime

Visit the world of Ancient Egyptian gods and facts on the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet. Discover fascinating information and facts about Bastet the Egyptian goddess of cats. The mythology and facts about the Bastet the Egyptian goddess of cats. Egyptian Cat Goddess, Egyptian Mau, Egyptian Mythology, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Snake Goddess, Bastet, Arte Tribal, Egypt Art

Lion Tracks Photo QnA -- Bubastis and the false cat-god (goddess) of Egypt: Bast.

Bubastis and the false cat-god of Egypt. Tel Basta

“The Trapped Cat and the Frightened Mouse (Rat ?)”, Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna, Islamic Art Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on paper The Alice and Nasli Heeramaneck Collection, Gift of Alice. Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Ancient Persian, Ancient Art, Islamic Paintings, Orient, Botanical Illustration, Islamic Art

"The Trapped Cat and the Frightened Mouse (Rat ?)", Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna | The Met