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Egyptian God Osiris
Image by Ali Kalamchi

Egyptian God Osiris

Small statue of Osiris. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art), Munich.
Egyptian Dancer
Image by Marco Buggio

Egyptian Dancer

Ostracon depicting an Egyptian dancer, found at Deir el-Medina. New Kingdom of Egypt, 19th or 20th Dynasties, (c. 1200 BCE). Egyptian Museum, Turin
Egyptian Relief showing a butcher and an ox
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Egyptian Relief showing a butcher and an ox

This limestone fragment of a stela or a block from chapel wall depicts a butcher who cuts up a leg of beef. At the upper part, there is a pile of meat. Some of the the hieroglyphic inscriptions read "meat of ox". From Saqqara, Egypt. Old...
Chester Cathedral Exterior
Image by Michael D Beckwith

Chester Cathedral Exterior

Exterior view of Chester Cathedral. Founded as a Benedictine abbey in 1092 CE.
Egyptian Hunting in the Marshes
Image by Jan van der Crabben

Egyptian Hunting in the Marshes

These paintings from the tomb of Nebamun (c. 1350 BCE) show the New Kingdom period accountant Nebamun hunting birds in the marshes of Egypt. He is accompanied by his wife and daughter. Scenes like these of the deceased enjoying himself were...
Egyptian Scribe's Palette
Image by Mark Cartwright

Egyptian Scribe's Palette

A wooden scribe's palette from the New Kingdom, Egpyt. (Egyptian Museum, Castello Sforzesco, Milan)
Egyptian Scarab Amulets
Image by Mark Cartwright

Egyptian Scarab Amulets

Egyptian scarab amulets from the Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period, 2040-1550 BCE. (Capitoline Museums, Rome).
Egyptian Tomb Relief
Image by Mark Cartwright

Egyptian Tomb Relief

A fragment of a limestone relief from an Egyptian tomb in Memphis. 18th Dynasty, 1550-1307 BCE. (Vatican Museums, Rome).
Egyptian Wooden Statue of a Woman Grinding Cereals
Image by Mark Cartwright

Egyptian Wooden Statue of a Woman Grinding Cereals

A wooden statue of a woman grinding cereals. Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, 2040-1640 BCE. (National Archaeological Museum, Athens)
Cosmetic Spoon
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Cosmetic Spoon

This is a wooden cosmetic spoon in the form of an ankh. The stem was depicted as a flowering papyrus stalk held by two figures of Bes (facing inwards). There is a green-blue paste inlay. From the tomb of the governor Menena at Sedment, Egypt...