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Amenhotep III ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Amenhotep III was the ninth Faroah of the dynasty. He ruled over an era which was the most artistic in Kmt history, and at the height of its international power. Amenhotep III ruled for 39 years and was known as the 'Magnificent'.

Momia del Egipto antiguo

Fotografías antiguas del Antiguo Egipto.

Amenhotep III King of Egypt 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.

Photo Album: King Tut, Queen Nefertiti, and One Tangled Family Tree

TUT’S GRANDFATHER. Amenhotep III ruled in splendor some years ago. His body was found in 1898 hidden along with more than a dozen other royals in the tomb of his own grandfather, Amenhotep II.

The "Band of Holes" consists of approximately 6,900 unexplained man-sized holes carved into the barren rock near Pisco Valley, Peru on a plain called Cajamarquilla. It dates back to ancient times and remain a mystery much like neighboring Nazca Lines and Machu Piccu best appreciated from the air and satellite imagery. You might want to locate them with Google Earth.

The “Band of Holes” consists of approximately unexplained man-sized holes carved into the barren rock near Pisco Valley, Peru on a plain called Cajamarquilla. It dates back to anc…

Queen Tjye, the favorite wife of Amenhotep III recently found at Luxor

Queen Tiye Statue, Luxor, Egypt - she was the chief wife of Amenhotep III and the mother of Akhenaten, father of Tutankhamun.

Firm hold: A mummies curls are still in place after 3,000 years. New research by a team at Manchester University has revealed that ancient Egyptians used fat-based products to keep their hair in place

The yummy mummies: How Egyptians used gel and curling tongs to look their best 3,500 years ago

"*FIRM HOLD: A mummies curls are still in place after years. New research by a team at Manchester University has revealed that ancient Egyptians used fat-based products to keep their hair in place" No, self, you are not putting fat in your hair.

Der Wüstensand verbarg mehr als 10.000 Fundstücke, darunter etwa 50 Kunstwerke.  Als Borchardt die Büste der Nofretete am 6. Dezember 1912 in den Händen hielt, wusste er, dass er auf etwas Großes gestoßen war. "Beschreiben nützt nichts, ansehen", notierte er in das Grabungstagebuch. "12.40 Uhr zu Bett gegangen nach diesem Duseltage."

Wenn das Original zerstört wird:Nofretete wird in 3D digitalisiert

(Visita del príncipe Johann Georg de Sajonia y la princesa Mathilde) © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Vorderasiatisches Museum

Head of Tut - from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings--notice the elongated skull....

Head of Tut - from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings LG: saw this in NY at the amazing King Tut exhibition

Princesa Nsikhonsu de Egipto, dinastía XXI. casada con un Sumo Sacerdote, pero enterradA con el pelo en un estilo campesino, con flores entrelazadas alrededor de sus tobillos y los pies ..

Princess Nsikhonsu of Egypt, Dynasty - She was a royal married to a High Priest, but buried with her hair in a peasant style, with flowers twined around her ankles & feet.

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