From the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, Thebes, Egypt 18th Dynasty, about 1350 BC Amenhotep III commissioned hundreds of sculptures for his mortuary temple on the west bank of the Nile at Thebes, though the precise original location...
Birth Colonnade, Hatshepsut's Temple
The Birth Colonnade told the story of Hatshepsut’s (1479-1458 BCE) divine creation with Amun as her true father.
J. Sulpis del. et sc. SETI I BAS-RELIEF AT ABYDOS From A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. I by Georges Perrot and Charles Chipiez (1883).
Granite statue of Amenhotep II, Dynasty XVIII (1427-1401 BCE). From the temple of Amun, Thebes. Amenhotep holds two spherical wine vessels in offering to the god Nu. (Egyptian Museum, Turin)
An ivory lable fragment depicting the Egyptian king Den (c. 2990 BCE) who ruled during the First Dynasty. He is the first ruler to be depicted wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Abydos, Umm el Qaab, tomb T, the Tomb of Horus...
Ramesses II Seated Statue, Thebes
A statue of a seated Ramesses II. He holds the royal sceptre and wears the khepresh war helmet. From the Temple of Amun, Thebes. Dynasty XIX, 1279-1213 BCE. (Egyptian Museum, Turin)
Statue of Ramesses II
This granite statue of Ramesses II was discovered at the Temple of Khnum, Elephantine, Egypt (1280 BCE). Ramesses II was a very successful ruler between around 1279-1213 BCE. Here he holds a crook and flail and wears a double crown, symbolising...
A diorite sculpture of pharoah Merenptah as the Divine Father and Priest of Bastet. Memphis, Dynasty XXV, 720-700 BCE. (Egytpian Museum, Turin)
A diorite statue of Thutmosis III. From the Temple of Amun, Thebes. Dynasty XVIII, 1479-1425 BCE. (Egyptian Museum, Turin)
Sed Festival Relief
This stone slab is probably an artist's practice piece for a Sed festival scene. Appearing twice, the king wears the Red Crown of Lower Egypt and the special festival robe. He holds the crock and flail. Before him, the seated baboon is the...