Travel Egypt - Ancient Egypt

 

EG 00 Geroglifici by Luca Bruno Photographer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Egypt, 2000

EG 00 Geroglifici by Luca Bruno Photographer on Flickr.

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Egypt, 2000

928 by Iey on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Philae Temple

928 by Iey on Flickr.

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Philae Temple

Egyptian Hieroglyphics by Rav560 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Egyptian Hieroglyphics from Louvre Museum Paris, France.

Egyptian Hieroglyphics by Rav560 on Flickr.

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Egyptian Hieroglyphics from Louvre Museum Paris, France.

Traveling Boat  Rowing Dynasty 12 early reign of Amenemhat I from tomb of Meketre Thebes 1981-1975 BCE (5) by mharrsch on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Traveling Boat Rowing Dynasty 12 early reign of Amenemhat I from tomb of Meketre Thebes 1981-1975 BCE (5) by mharrsch on Flickr.

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Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Cairo Citadel between minarets by future15pic on Flickr.

Cairo Citadel between minarets by future15pic on Flickr.

Ancient writing by Carlos Gracia on Flickr.

Ancient writing by Carlos Gracia on Flickr.

The Shinix views by future15pic on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Exploring the Enirons of Cairo

The Shinix views by future15pic on Flickr.

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Exploring the Enirons of Cairo

Traveling Boat  Rowing Dynasty 12 early reign of Amenemhat I from tomb of Meketre Thebes 1981-1975 BCE (4) by mharrsch on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Traveling Boat Rowing Dynasty 12 early reign of Amenemhat I from tomb of Meketre Thebes 1981-1975 BCE (4) by mharrsch on Flickr.

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Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Colossal Statue of Amenhotep IV by Tjflex2 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Sandstone
Karnak, East Temple of Gempaaten
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Reign of Akhenaten (1372-1355 BCE).
Akhenaten’s religious revolution focusing on the sun disk, Aten, had just begun, when the pharaoh had a seies of statues created for the colonnade in his Karnak temple. The different headdress on each column signified different aspects of the king. The double crown and nemes suggest that Akhenaten was the earthly representative of his new god.

Colossal Statue of Amenhotep IV by Tjflex2 on Flickr.

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Sandstone
Karnak, East Temple of Gempaaten
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Reign of Akhenaten (1372-1355 BCE).

Akhenaten’s religious revolution focusing on the sun disk, Aten, had just begun, when the pharaoh had a seies of statues created for the colonnade in his Karnak temple. The different headdress on each column signified different aspects of the king. The double crown and nemes suggest that Akhenaten was the earthly representative of his new god.

Miniatures depicting scenes from the Egyptian Book of the Dead (8) by mharrsch on Flickr.

Miniatures depicting scenes from the Egyptian Book of the Dead (8) by mharrsch on Flickr.