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Isis leading Nefertari, Ramesses 1st great royle wife. to the after life.  Left: Kalasiris, wig, falcon headdress Right: Sheath, wig, headdress with Uraeus, Wesekh collar.

Ancient Egypt - wall mural from the Tomb of Queen Nefertari, the chief wife of Rameses the Great (Rameses II) - the Goddess Isis leads her by the hand - Valley of the Queens, left bank of the Nile, west of Luxor

Fig. 88. Joven música interpretando el laud. Tumba del dignatario Tebano Kenamón que vivió en época de Amenofis II.

Fig. 88. Joven música interpretando el laud. Tumba del dignatario Tebano Kenamón que vivió en época de Amenofis II.

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Ancient Egypt: A 3300-year-old painted limestone bust of Nefertiti, the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten, is one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt. As a result, Nefertiti has become one of the most famous women of the ancient world and an icon of female beauty. The bust is believed to have been crafted in 1345 BC by the sculptor Thutmose. Altes Museum, Berlin, Germany

Ancient Egypt: A painted limestone bust of Nefertiti, the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten, is one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt. As a result, Nefertiti has become one of the most famous women of the ancient worl

Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. TT 96, Sennufer,

Saved from Artyfactory Fresco From The Tomb of Nefertari -- Circa 1250 BCE -- Chief wife of Ramesses The Great -- Excavated from Queen's Valley Tomb

The guardian of Tutankhamun This statue with headdress khat and nemes same with another handkerchief, life-size, guarding the entrance to the burial chamber of the king. Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

*EGYPT ~ The guardian of Tutankhamun This statue with headdress khat and nemes same with another handkerchief, life-size, guarding the entrance to the burial chamber of the king.

Sekhmet from the temple of Mut at Luxor, granite, 1403–1365 B.C., in the National Museum, Copenhagen

Sekhmet from the temple of Mut at Luxor, granite, B., in the National Museum, Copenhagen

Mummy of Inamonnefnebu (151 x 51.5 cm), Thebes, Egypt, 700–650 BC. A blue faience cylinder bead net covers the underlying shroud. The bead mosaic design consists of a winged scarab on the throat, a collar on the chest with blue and red cylinder beads, a winged goddess on the abdomen, and four Sons of Horus on the thighs. Hieroglyphs on the lower legs say: An offering which the King gives to Osiris, Lord of Aby[dos], may he grant a good burial | Mummy; linen; faience

Mummy from Inamonnefnebu RMO AMM also listed as Leiden AMM Hieroglyphs on the beaded linen net shroud read: ‘An offering which the King gives to Osiris, Lord of Aby[dos], may he grant a good burial.

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