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Queen's Coffin Mask
Image by Ali Kalamchi

Queen's Coffin Mask

Coffin mask of the queen consort of king Djehuti (c. 1650 BCW). Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art) in Munich.
Lady Tjepu
Image by James Blake Wiener

Lady Tjepu

A painting on gesso on limestone of the Egyptian noble known as Lady Tjepu. New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, c. 1390-1352 BCE. From the tomb of her son Nebamun, Thebes. (Brooklyn Museum, New York)
Tattoos on the Mummy of Amunet
Image by Unknown Artist

Tattoos on the Mummy of Amunet

An illustration indicating the tattoos present on the Egyptian Mummy of Amunet, a priestess of the goddess Hathor in the 11th Dynasty of the Middle Kingdom. (Daniel Fouquet, ‘Le Tatouage Medicale en Egypte dans l’Antiquite et a l’Epoque Actuelle’...
Ancient Egyptian Toy
Image by Rob Koopman

Ancient Egyptian Toy

Toy milling servant, 1300-1200 BCE, 19th Dynasty, Egypt. Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden.
Egyptian Ball
Image by The Trustees of the British Museum

Egyptian Ball

Toy ball made of linen, hollow, exterior elaborated with red and green segmented decoration form by strips of reed, with circular fragments of reed at either end. From Roman Egypt. British Museum, London.
Egyptian Perfume Bottle
Image by Tim Evanson

Egyptian Perfume Bottle

Cosmetics jar, c. 1479-1425 BCE, Found in Thebes, Egypt. Pharaoh exhibit - Cleveland Museum of Art
Egpytian Sarcophagus
Image by Mark Cartwright

Egpytian Sarcophagus

Plastered and painted wood sarcophagus from the Greco-Roman period. (Egyptian Museum, Castello Sforzesco, Milan)
Lady Sennuwy, Kerma
Image by Peter Eimon

Lady Sennuwy, Kerma

A black granite statue of Lady Sennuwy, the wife of a powerful provincial governor, Djefaihapi of Asyut. From Kerma (Sudan), Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I, 1971–1926 BCE.
Egyptian Tattooed Figurine
Image by Metropolitan Museum of Art

Egyptian Tattooed Figurine

A female figurine showing tattoos. Faience, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty, 1850-1640 BCE. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
Egyptian Couple
Image by The Trustees of the British Museum

Egyptian Couple

Limestone statue of Pashedu and his wife Ruiu: the two figures are seated on a high-backed chair, each with one arm resting on the far shoulder of the other. Pashedu wears a long braided wig and a long skirt. Ruau wears a long braided wig...