Egyptská mytológia

Infographic: How Ancient Egypt Shaped the Modern World | Mental Floss

Infographic: How Ancient Egypt Shaped the Modern World

Infographic: How Ancient Egypt Shaped the Modern World | Mental Floss

Coffin and mummy of Henut-Wedjebu 1391–1350 BC. Hatiay's similar coffin is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Henut-Wedjebu was "Mistress of the House and Songtress of Amun" in the temple of Amun in Karnak. She was probably married to Hatiay, the "Scribe and Granary-Overseer of the Mansion of Aten," in whose tomb this coffin was found.

Coffin and mummy of Henut-Wedjebu 1391–1350 BC. Hatiay's similar coffin is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Henut-Wedjebu was "Mistress of the House and Songtress of Amun" in the temple of Amun in Karnak. She was probably married to Hatiay, the "Scribe and Granary-Overseer of the Mansion of Aten," in whose tomb this coffin was found.

Innermost coffin of the Pharaoh  Tutankhamun.

Innermost coffin of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun.

Cruz Ankh. "Vida "

Cruz Ankh. "Vida "

Colossal Meritamen statue, Akhmim, #Egypt.

Colossal Meritamen statue, Akhmim, #Egypt.

Coffin set of Henettawy [Egyptian; From Deir el-Bahri, western Thebes] (25.3.182-184) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Coffin set of Henettawy [Egyptian; From Deir el-Bahri, western Thebes] (25.3.182-184) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

THE PRINCE by Sanio

THE PRINCE by Sanio

"Stick-gods ~ God of Embalming" by "Inonibird"

"Stick-gods ~ God of Embalming" by "Inonibird"

Beaded statement necklace

Beaded statement necklace

Hathor, Egyptian Deities, goddess of love, beauty and motherhood

Hathor, Egyptian Deities, goddess of love, beauty and motherhood

King Tut Charioteer

King Tut Charioteer

Capilla grande de Osiris en el templo de seti I en Abidos , Egipto . | por Soloegipto

Capilla grande de Osiris en el templo de seti I en Abidos , Egipto . | por Soloegipto

Bastet by IrenHorrors.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Bastet by IrenHorrors.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Could this be the fatted calf?

Could this be the fatted calf?

King Tutankhamun treasures. (1336-1327 BC, Eighteenth Dynasty). Cairo Museum.

King Tutankhamun treasures. (1336-1327 BC, Eighteenth Dynasty). Cairo Museum.

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