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A Canopic Jar Egypt New Kingdom 18th Dynasty ca 14th cent

A Canopic Jar Egypt New Kingdom 18th Dynasty ca 14th cent


A Canopic Jar - Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, ca. 14th cent. B.C.

Canopic Jar of Maruta, 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom. Reign of Thutmose III ca

Canopic Jar of Minmose, New Kingdom, probably mid-Dynasty 18, ca.

Canopic Jar with an Image Representing the Hieroglyph for Face Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18, early Date: ca. 1550–1450 B.C. Geography: Country of ...


N/A. English: Exhibit in the Middlebury College Museum of Art - Middlebury

Canopic Jar of Minmose New Kingdom 18 dynasty 1391 - 1353 BC Egyptian Egypt Albaster Pharaoh

New Kingdom, early 18th Dynasty, reign of Thutmose II - early joint region, ca. 1492-1473 B.C.

Canopic Jar of Manuwai, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 1479–1425

Egypt Canopic jar. Canopic jar closed by a cap bearing the likeness of one of the four son Horus, human face, adorned with a false beard and wearing a ...

Psamtik I was the first to be recognized by them as the King of the whole of Egypt, and he brought increased stability to the country in a 54-year reign ...

AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA CANOPIC JAR FOR MENENA | NEW KINGDOM, 18TH DYNASTY, CIRCA 1550-1295 B.C. | Ancient Art & Antiquities, bottles, jars & flasks | ...

Canopic Jar of Manhata, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 1479–1425

... Head of a princess from a group statue ...

Map of predynastic and dynastic cities and sites in Egypt

Statue of Hatshepsut on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Canopic jar, Egypt, Late Period, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC

Four canopic jars, from the tomb of Maiher.

Canopic jar with falcon lid (Qebehsenuef), New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca

Scans of what was thought to be a 2,300-year-old hawk reveal it to be a miscarried baby. The remains, which are preserved in a tiny sarcophagus, ...

Donation stela for a mnevis bull (limeston.

Canopic jar, c. 1353–1336 BC

Head of Ahmose I

Miniature Mask for a Canopic bundle. New Kingdom, Egypt, 18th Dynasty. Reign


Egyptian civilization New Kingdom Dynasty XIX Majolica statues of funerary servants of vizier Paser

Alabaster Canopic Jars of Tutankhamun, King Tut, Egyptian Museum, New Kingdom, Cairo

Fragment of a canopic jar of Tiaa, the King's daughter. 18th Dynasty. Pink limestone. From the Valley of the Queens at Thebes, Egypt. The Petrie Museum of ...

Statuette of the lady Tiye; 1390-1349 BC; wood, carnelian, gold, glass, Egyptian blue and paint; height: 24 cm (9 7⁄ in.); Metropolitan Museum of Art (New ...

Canopic jar head of Kay, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, ca. 1981–

Canopic Jars

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Two Egyptian Limestone Canopic Jars, 26th/30th Dynasty, 664-342 B.C.

Canopic Jar of Ruiu, New Kingdom (Canopic Jar of Ruiu, New Kingdom,

Miniature Mask for a Canopic bundle. New Kingdom, Egypt, 18th Dynasty. Reign

... Haremhab as a Scribe of the King ...

Tutankhamun's tomb, innermost coffin, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, c. 1323 B.C.E.

'Toui Priestess of Min' New Kingdom Egyptian 18th Dynasty Found in the collection of · '

Statue of Lion-headed Goddess Sakhmet, Excavated at Thebes, Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 16th-14th century BC

Chief embalmers often wore a mask of the god Anubis, depicted at work here in the New Kingdom tomb of Sennedjem at Deir el Medina.

Canopic jar lid, New Kingdom (terracotta)

(no english)アメン神官のウシャブティ, Excavated in Egypt, Late period, ca. 664-332 BC (Gift of Mr. Momose Osamu and Mrs. Momose Fumiko)

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Ramesses II ("the Great": reign 1279-1213 BC) sought to recover territories in the Levant that had been held by the Eighteenth Dynasty.

Canopic Jar with Lid, 1540-1296 BC. Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty

Canopic jar with human head (Imsety), ca. 800–650 BC. Egypt. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1913 (13.181.4a, b)

Canopic jars, with lids depicting Qebehsenuf, Duamutef, Hapy and Imsety, stone with wooden.

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Ancient Egyptian funerary urns or Canopic jars 26th Dynasty, 664-525 BC

Stock Photo - Egyptian 18th dynasty alabaster vessel

Stopper from Tutankhamun's canopic jar which contained the king's organ removed during mummification (alabaster). Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut

Rare Ancient Egyptian Set 4 Canopic Jars (old Kingdom) ...

Details about Egypt Pharaoh Coin Medal Ingot Old Pyramid Arabic Ancient Gold & Silver Retro UK

Egyptian art Nubian canopic jar. Under Egyptian influence Nubian rulers adopted their burial customs.

Symbols in a largely illiterate society serve the vital purpose of relaying the most important values of the culture to the people generation after ...

2580–2560 BC during the Old Kingdom period.

Lid of canopic jar of Queen Tuya mother of Ramesses II calcite Egyptian civilisation New Kingdom

Abraham came to Egypt during the 21st century BC, at the end of the First Intermediate Period (Gn 12:10; 13:1). The 11th Dynasty based in Thebes was just ...

18th Dynasty Head

A Complete Set of Canopic Jars

86 Canopic jars were used to store the four internal organs that were removed during mummification. Although intended for a funerary context, ...

Chapel of Anubis, Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut (C.1503-1482 BC)



Horus – One Of The Most Important Ancient Egyptian Gods And Symbol Of Rulership and Justice

The Treasure of the Royal Tombs of Tanis (ca.1070-712 B.C.) - Masque funéraire d'Amenemopé Cairo Egyptian Museum

Canopic chest

Map of predynastic and dynastic cities and sites in Egypt

Reconstruction of the a lid, from an alabaster, canopic jar, in the shape

unguent jar 13-17th Dynasty, Egypt, 1800-1550 BC

79 The New Kingdom: Queen Hatshepsut

Etruscan canopic jars

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(PDF) Shedding New Light on the 18th Dynasty Mummies of the Royal Architect Kha and His Spouse Merit

0233364 Granger - Historical Picture ArchiveFINE ART. Middle East Ancient Times Golden offering tray with .

Mural of the Goddess Isis from c. 1380-1335 B.C.

Egyptian art Tile with Nubian chief. Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 20, reign

An Egyptian banquet in which servants present the model of a mummy to guests. Edwin Longsden Long, 1877

Fig 2 Limestone frog from Meroe in the (UCL Petrie Museum, UC.43984)

Page from the Book of the Dead of Hunefer, c. 1275 B.C.E., 45.7

Guardian of the Treasure, ca 1500 BC, wooden figurine. Egyptian civilisation, New Kingdom. Dynasty XVIII. Paris, Musée Du Louvre. 18th Dynasty ...

Tutankhamun's tomb, innermost coffin, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, c. 1323 B.C.E.

Wooden bust of the boy king, found in his tomb

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26th Dynasty Canopic Jars, Tomb of Iufaa, Abu Sir, Egypt by Kenneth Garrett

Ramses VI at Cairo Museum, Egypt.

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