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Plaque showing Tutankhamun and his wife Ankhesenamun in a garden - painted ivory, from New Kingdom period

This is easily my favourite piece of Art from Egypt or any where else. This is the Throne of Tutankhamun and the beautiful image depicts the Boy-King and his Queen Ankhesenamun in a touching moment. The young Queen is helping her husband to adjust his collar. The King reclines casually on his seat and the two seem completely at ease with eachother.

This is easily my favourite piece of Art from Egypt or any where else. This is the Throne of Tutankhamun and the beautiful image depicts the Boy-King and his Queen Ankhesenamun in a touching moment. The young Queen is helping her husband to adjust his col

King Tutankhamen and Akhensenamun--my favorites BEFORE the Mummy movie series--first heard of them at WMU, art history

Pharaoh Tutankhamun BCE Egyptian Copt Pharaoh) & His Wife Ankhesenamun (Egyptian Copt) (Image from Tutankhamun's Golden Throne)

Tutankhamun with his wife Ankhesenamun. She is giving him lotus flowers to scent. Note the stick on which the young pharaoh Tutankhamun is leaning on. His back was disformed by skolios or Klippel-Feils syndrome, which made walking very difficult for the young boy. Walk in the Garden; Relief on limestone. Neues Museum, Berlin

Walk in the garden of a royal couple, Amarna, Tutankhamun and Anchesenamun

Dendera - Eine Göttin des Himmels unterstützt mit erhobenen Armen auf die astronomische Decke in der äußeren Säulensaal des Hathor - Tempel in Dendera. Ein geflügelter Sonnenscheibe schwebt über ihr.

'Goddess supporting the sky at Dendera.' A goddess is supporting the sky with raised arms on the astronomical ceiling in the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera. A winged sun disk hovers above it. Via Patty Flagler

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Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics, This was not only Egyptian art but also how they communicated through there art.

OSIRIS - God of the Death and Resurrection - And ATUM - God of Creation and Father of the Gods - Tomb of Nefertari - Valley of the Queens

OSIRIS - God of the Death and Resurrection - And ATUM - God of Creation and Father of the Gods - Tomb of Nefertari - Valley of the Queens

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