Limestone statue (seated) of Amenemhat III, XII Dynasty, Medinet Madi, Temple of Isis-Thermutis. (Egyptian Museum, Castello Sforzesco, Milan)
King Amenophis II
King Amenophis II, findspot unknown, diorite, the reign of Amenophis II, c. 1439-1413 BCE. Nye Carlsberg Glyptotek (Copenhagen, Denmark). Made with Memento Beta (now ReMake) from AutoDesk.
The Pharaoh: Life at Court and on Campaign
The Pharaoh: Life at Court and on Campaign is the latest publication from the British Egyptologist, Dr. Garry J. Shaw (2012). Shaw is a writer and editor for the magazine, Al-Rawi: Egypt's Heritage Review, and is an instructor...
The Story of Egypt: The Civilization that Shaped the World
Professor Joann Fletcher cuts a distinctive figure. Sporting a shock of flaming red hair, dressed in black and normally wielding a black umbrella to ward off the relentless Egyptian sun, she has captivated audiences in her passionate documentaries...
Beer: The Pharaoh's Liquid Gold
A documentary on the invention of beer in ancient Egypt.
Calcite double statue of the Egyptian pharaoh Niuserre (also written Nyuserre Ini, Neuserre Izi, or Niuserre Isi). He stands and strides. The pharaoh is depicted as an old man and a young man. From modern-day Egypt. Old Kingdom, 5th Dynasty...
Limestone head from a statuette of the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu (Kheops). From modern-day Egypt. Old Kingdom, 4th Dynasty, circa 2600 BCE. (State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich, Germany).
Darius I as Pharaoh of Egypt
This wooden door shows Darius I (reigned 521-486 BCE) dressed as pharaoh on the right, making an offering to the Egyptian god Anubis. The goddess Isis stands on the left. The door originally belonged to a box (or naos) used to contain statuettes...
Moses Found by Pharaoh's Daughter
A 1900 CE Bible card illustrating the baby Moses found by the pharaoh's daughter.
Sarai Is Taken to Pharaoh's Palace
Sarai (Sarah) Is Taken to Pharaoh's Palace by James Jacques Joseph Tissot, c. 1896-1902 CE. Jewish Museum, New York