Realistic 3D tattoo

Realistic 3D tattoo

Relief with Amun receiving offer, temple dedicated to Amun, Mut and Khonsu, Deir el-Hagar, Dakhla Oasis, Libyan Desert, Egypt, Egyptian civilization, Roman period, 1st century BC

Relief with Amun receiving offer, temple dedicated to Amun, Mut and Khonsu, Deir el-Hagar, Dakhla Oasis, Libyan Desert, Egypt, Egyptian civilization, Roman period, 1st century BC

Statuette of the ancient Egyptian vizier Iymeru, son of vizier Ankhu. He was in charge under pharaohs Khendjer, Imyremeshaw and beyond. The head is not the original one and stylistically belongs to the New Kingdom; perhaps was put on the statue during the 19th century. Granodiorite, unknown provenance, 13th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom. Turin, Museo Egizio

Statuette of the ancient Egyptian vizier Iymeru, son of vizier Ankhu. He was in charge under pharaohs Khendjer, Imyremeshaw and beyond. The head is not the original one and stylistically belongs to the New Kingdom; perhaps was put on the statue during the 19th century. Granodiorite, unknown provenance, 13th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom. Turin, Museo Egizio

Algargos, Arte e Historia: ESCULTURA EGIPCIA DEL IMPERIO MEDIO. LA EXPOSICIÓN DEL MUSEO METROPOLITANO DE NUEVA YORK.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: ESCULTURA EGIPCIA DEL IMPERIO MEDIO. LA EXPOSICIÓN DEL MUSEO METROPOLITANO DE NUEVA YORK.

escultura egipcia

My daughters and I saw the amazing King Tut exhibit in San Francisco. An experience I will never forget.

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Chapter 2 Part 2 Eye makeup in Egyptian culture was worn mainly by royalty and leaders. Eyes were thought to protect against illness and were a part of their spiritual beliefs.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: ESCULTURA EGIPCIA DEL IMPERIO MEDIO. LA EXPOSICIÓN…

Pectoral with an Opposing Seth Animal and Hieracosphinx (ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Lender Johns Hopkins University Archaeological Museum for Eton College, Windsor, England.

Geografía, Historia y Arte: CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA ESCULTURA EGIPCIA

Triad of Menkaure, Mycerinus Pharaoh, and goddess Hathor Nomo, IV dynasty

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Art Sculptures, Sculptures

Bastet es una diosa de la mitología egipcia, también denominada Bast, cuya misión era proteger el hogar y simboliza la alegría de vivir, pues se considera la deidad de la armonía y la felicidad.

Momias felinas egipcias: el mejor fertilizante

Bast or Bastet // Wadjet was closely associated in the Egyptian pantheon with Bast, the fierce goddess depicted as a lioness warrior and protector, as the sun goddess whose eye later became the eye of Horus, the eye of Ra, and as the Lady of Flame.

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