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Cleopatra’s bangle…    from ancient Egypt. High Priestess #priestess  #sorcerysoap

Gold Bracelet from the time of Cleopatra in the shape of two serpents spiraling as a symbol of protection and regeneration. Photograph by Kenneth Garrett. (Would be cool for my snake tat)

Cleopatra VII Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story - Biography.com

Queens, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, is here depicted in her formal role as Pharaoh of Egypt, the last member of the Ptolemy dynasty of Egyptian rulers

Cleopatra Last Pharaoh of Egypt...

Artist's depiction of Cleopatra VII. Descendant of Ptolomy, one of Alexander the Great's trusted generals and founder of the Ptolomy Dynasty. Cleopatra VII was also the Last Queen of EGYPT.

Sunken Ruins

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Cleopatra’s Kingdom, Alexandria, Egypt. Lost for years, the royal quarters of Cleopatra were discovered off the shores of Alexandria. A team of marine archaeologists, began excavating the ancient city in

Eerie Underwater Graves & Diving For Submerged Skeletons.

Eerie Underwater Graves & Diving For Submerged Skeletons

Cleopatra’s royal quarters were found underwater off the shores of Alexandria, Egypt. They had been lost for 1600 years, swept away by earthquakes and tidal waves. Click through to see more lost treasures from Cleopatra's kingdom!

Nefertiti

Neferneferuaten Nefertiti BC - 1330 BC) was the Great Royal Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten. Nefertiti and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped one god only, Aten, or the sun disc.

I'm dying to see this in person! Someone just take me to Berlin!!!

Nefertiti, was created during the Ancient Egyptian art historical period around BCE. It is made of Painted limestone. It was originally located in Akhetaten but is now located in Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Agyptisches Museum.

Detail, bead-net dress and broad collar whose remains were found during excavations of the tomb of a female interred at Giza during the reign of King Khufu, ca. 2500 BCE. Both pieces were reconstructed by Millicent Jick (1928-2010), a volunteer gallery instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  The cylinder and disk beads are Egyptian faience. The pendants on the broad collar are made of gold. Image courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Detail, bead-net dress and broad collar whose remains were found during excavations of the tomb of a female interred at Giza during the reign of King.

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