General appearance of an Egyptian Temple. From A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. I by Georges Perrot and Charles...
Egyptian Vase In the Form Of A Pregnant Woman
Egyptian calcite vessel in the form of a pregnant woman. Its handle represents a child holding the woman's hair. 18th Dynasty...
Egyptian Votive Tunic
Egyptian votive tunic. Probably 19th Dynasty, about 1275 BCE. Possibly from Deir-el-Bahari, Thebes. The British Museum...
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King Ergamenes (also known as King Arkamani I, reigned 295-275 BCE) was the first great king of Meroe (located in modern-day...
Exploring the Dakhla Oasis
The Dakhla Oasis lies west of the Nile river, between Cairo and Luxor. Egyptologist Garry Shaw follows the trail of...
Face of the Sphinx
The face of the Great Sphinx of Giza has been believed to depict Khafre, although this claim is disputed.
The Famine Stele is an inscription from the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt (332-30 BCE), which tells the story of how King...
Fashion & Dress in Ancient Egypt
In 1851 CE, a woman named Amelia Bloomer in the United States shocked the establishment by announcing in her publication...
The Faiyum (also given as Fayoum, Fayum, and Faiyum Oasis) was a region of ancient Egypt known for its fertility and...