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Fig. 3. Escena del Capítulo 148 del Libro de los Muertos. Imagen en P. BARGUET, Le Livre des Morts des Anciens Egyptiens, París, 1967, p. 206 7 vacas

Fig. 3. Escena del Capítulo 148 del Libro de los Muertos. Imagen en P. BARGUET, Le Livre des Morts des Anciens Egyptiens, París, 1967, p. 206 7 vacas

An introduction to the Book of the Dead exhibition at the British Museum

An introduction to the Book of the Dead exhibition at the British Museum

ancient americans | Ancient Egypt: Music Photograph

Ancient Egypt: Music

ancient americans | Ancient Egypt: Music Photograph

Neferkauhor was an eighth dynasty king of Ancient Egypt during the First Intermediate Period. His name is attested on the Abydos King List as the penultimate king of the Old Kingdom. -  Ancient Egypt - procession

Neferkauhor was an eighth dynasty king of Ancient Egypt during the First Intermediate Period. His name is attested on the Abydos King List as the penultimate king of the Old Kingdom. - Ancient Egypt - procession

Ahmose-Nefertari and Amunhotep I receiving offerings from the deceased ...

Ahmose-Nefertari and Amunhotep I receiving offerings from the deceased ...

Isis and Nephtys in a Paprus from Turin. Ancient Egypt.

Isis and Nephtys in a Paprus from Turin. Ancient Egypt.

Scene from the House of Eternity of Sennedjem, during the reign of Sethi I and Ramses II: The God Ra-Harakhty-Atum (falcon-headed, wearing the Solar disk and holding the 'Uas'-scepter) standing in His sacred barque, followed by five Gods called the Gods of the Great Ennead Who are in the sacred barque of Ra.. On the prow, the 'Benu'-bird, the sacred phoenix of Ra, wearing the 'Atef'-Crown with ram's horns

Scene from the House of Eternity of Sennedjem, during the reign of Sethi I and Ramses II: The God Ra-Harakhty-Atum (falcon-headed, wearing the Solar disk and holding the 'Uas'-scepter) standing in His sacred barque, followed by five Gods called the Gods of the Great Ennead Who are in the sacred barque of Ra.. On the prow, the 'Benu'-bird, the sacred phoenix of Ra, wearing the 'Atef'-Crown with ram's horns

Escenas Raras en un ataúd egipcio revelan la influencia del Imperio Persa

Escenas Raras en un ataúd egipcio revelan la influencia del Imperio Persa

Egyptian Pharaoh. Black was a symbol of the rich fertile earth of the Nile valley and the netherworld and its specific deities. In a non-funerary sense it could be a symbol of fertility.

Egyptian Pharaoh. Black was a symbol of the rich fertile earth of the Nile valley and the netherworld and its specific deities. In a non-funerary sense it could be a symbol of fertility.

Amarna Reign | Works from The Egyptian Museum at Cairo

Amarna Reign | Works from The Egyptian Museum at Cairo

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