Darkest Africa: Masai Warriors
Fearless, pastoral nomads who pursued their dream of gathering more cattle, the haughty, savage & spectacular Masai terrified the Zanzibari Slavers.
A detail of the painted sarcophagus of Butehamun, In the act of...
A detail of the painted sarcophagus of Butehamun, In the act of creation the air god Shu holds aloft the sky goddess Nut, separating her from Geb. Egypt. Ancient Egyptian. 21st dynasty c 1069 945 BC. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
African dancer editorial photography. Image of bare, dance - 4945487
Photo about A female African dancer dancing and entertaining people outdoors. Image of bare, dance, dancing - 4945487
Faces Of Africa 1 Cultural Anthropology Chromolithograph Print 1903 Edwardian Era
Faces Of Africa Check out this gorgeous antique German Chromolithograph of some Africa's native people from long ago. Faces Of Africa might make you plan your next room makeover around this breathtaking antique illustration from Germany. The bold and graphic details in this full color, sharp as a tack lithograph from the turn of the 20th century in this beautiful cultural anthropologist study are simply amazing. Printing of this quality and detail is a long lost art-form I'm afraid as…
Thutmose III Bust Sculpture
Reproduction replica of Thutmose III Bust Sculpture, ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty one of the greatest of the rulers of ancient Egypt.
'Mummy of Queen Nedjemet, Wife of Herihor, Face Detail' Giclee Print - | Art.com
Mummy of Queen Nedjemet, Wife of Herihor, Face Detail Giclee Print. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
How Much Do You Know About These Women Who Ruled?
A one-eyed queen standing up to an empire. A rebel warrior riding an elephant into battle. Can you name ancient history's most fearsome queens?
Head of limestone statue of Khuwiwer Although...
Head of limestone statue of Khuwiwer Although incomplete due to damage, this face is realistically carved, with eyes that seem alive, even though they lack the precious stones and inlays that would...
Lower part of a royal head | New Kingdom, Amarna Period | The Met
This lower part of a face represents a member of the Amarna royal family. The wide and full lips and the lack of lines in the face suggest one of the princesses is depicted.The fragment may have come from the Great Aten Temple, like so many others in the collection, but it might also have come from another site such as the Great Palace or the Small Aten Temple, or elsewhere