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Inlay depicting the squatting god Re - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, 4th century B.C. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Medium: Faience, polychrome

Inlay depicting the squatting god Re - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, century B. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Medium: Faience, polychrome

Inlay of the upper part of a king with arms raised Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 400–200 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Memphite Region, Memphis (Mit Rahina) Medium: Faience, polychrome Dimen

Inlay of the upper part of a king with arms raised Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: From Egypt, Memphite Region, Memphis (Mit Rahina) Medium: Faience, polychrome Dimen

Dog Gaming Piece  --  Egyptian  --  Hippopotamus ivory  --  3000-2900 BCE  --    The Walters Museum of Art, Baltimore

Dog Gaming Piece -- Egyptian -- Hippopotamus ivory -- BC -- The Walters Museum of Art, Baltimore

Cat on a handle  Period:Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date:664–30 B.C. Geography:From Egypt Medium:Cupreous metal Dimensions:H. 7.9 cm (3 1/8 in.); W. 4.1 cm (1 5/8 in.); L. 3.4 cm (1 5/16 in.)

Cat on a handle - Egypt - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period B.) Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: H.) Credit Line: Gift of Darius Ogden Mills, 1904 Metmuseum

Inlay depicting squatting goddess, probably Hathor  Period:     Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date:     4th century B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein)

Inlay depicting squatting goddess, probably Hathor Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: century B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein)

Inlays in the form of the "Horus of Gold",  falcon with spread wings and  Thoth as the ibis with a maat feather.  Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 4th century B.C. Geography: Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein)  Medium: Faience, polychrome.  Metropolitan Museum of Art

An ancient Egyptian faience inlay depicting Thoth, god of wisdom, as the ibis with a feather, symbolising Maat, the goddess of truth/truth. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) ~ Thoth was very wise and had access to a great library of learning.

Mininga-univers.

Inlay of the hieroglyphic sign "heh" meaning "millions of years" - Late Period–Ptolemaic Period, century B. - From Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein) - Faience, polychorme

Figure of a Cynocephalus Ape  Period:     Late Period Dynasty:     Dynasty 26–29 Date:     664–380 B.C. Geography:     Country of O...

Figure of a Cynocephalus Ape* B. Egypt, Memphite region, Memphis (Mit Rahina) [*Why describe it as being cynocephalous, I wonder? Isn't it just a baboon, rather than a dog-like ape?

Ka-Aper, from his mastaba at Saqqara, Egypt, Fifth Dynasty, ca. 2450-2350 BCE

Fantastic face Oldest Known Life-size Statue Of Ancient Egypt -- BCE -- Dynasty, Reign of Userkaf -- Carved sycamore wood -- Discovered at Sakkara in the tomb of Ka-aper -- Egyptian Museum, Cairo by jolene

Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

Another example of the union of animal and the divine in Egyptian culture. Relief plaque depicting a Ram as either Amun or Banebdjeder ram god of the northern city of Mendes Egypt Ptolemaic Period 300 BCE Limestone

Akenaton

ancientart: “ The Wilbour Plaque. Egypt, Amarna Period, ca. “ The Wilbour Plaque is named for the early American Egyptologist Charles Edwin Wilbour who.

Statuette of Taharqa and the Falcon God Third Intermediate Period, 25th Dynasty, reign of Taharqa (690-664 BC)

Statuette of Taharqa and the Falcon God Heru. Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty, reign of Taharqa BC). Housed at the Louvre in Paris.

Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. 1 - The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the 1st century AD. (The Walters Art Museum). 2- The Greek example dates to the 4th century BC. ( The J. Paul Getty Museum). 3 - The Egyptian signet ring shown last dates to ca. 664-404 BC. ( Brooklyn Museum)

Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. 1 - The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the century AD. (The Walters Art Museum). The Greek example dates to the century BC.

Inlay of a squatting goddess, probably Hathor  Period:     Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date:     4th century B.C. Geography:     Country of Origin Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein)

Inlay of a squatting goddess, probably Hathor Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: century B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Middle Egypt, Hermopolis (el-Ashmunein)

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