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Accreditation panel decides to exclude Northampton Museum and Art Gallery and Abington Park Museum
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British museums warned not to sell the family silver - News - Art - The Independent

Northampton museum will sell ancient Egyptian statue to Christie’s Auction House

Northampton Sekhemka to be offered at Christie's London Exceptional Sale on 10 July

As budgets are pinched and business falters, public museums and companies across Europe are seeking to make ends meet by auctioning off artworks.

Accreditation panel decides to exclude Northampton Museum and Art Gallery and Abington Park Museum

Accreditation panel decides to exclude Northampton Museum and Art Gallery and Abington Park Museum

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Northampton Museum loses Art Council accreditation over sale of Sekhemka statue

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Statue of Meryma’at, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, late Dynasty 18 or early Dynasty 19 (1332-1279 BCE)
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Amarna: Ancient Egypt's Place in the Sun

Statue of Meryma’at, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, late Dynasty 18 or early Dynasty 19 (1332-1279 BCE)

Statue of Meryma’at, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, late Dynasty 18 or early Dynasty 19 (1332-1279 BCE)
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New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, 1295-1186 BCE Probably the area around Memphis, Lower Egypt. This statue is the only known depiction of the god Imi-khent-wer (sometimes associated with the creator god Ptah).
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New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, 1295-1186 BCE Probably the area around Memphis, Lower Egypt. This statue is the only known depiction of the god Imi-khent-wer (sometimes associated with the creator god Ptah).

New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, 1295-1186 BCE  Probably the area around Memphis, Lower Egypt. This statue is the only known depiction of the god Imi-khent-wer (sometimes associated with the creator god Ptah).
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Statuette fragment, early 19th dynasty
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Fragmentary Statuette of a Woman

Statuette fragment, early 19th dynasty

Statuette fragment, early 19th dynasty
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Book of the Dead of Khonsu-mes | | 21st Dynasty, around 1000 BC
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Book of the Dead of Khonsu-mes | | 21st Dynasty, around 1000 BC

Book of the Dead of Khonsu-mes | | 21st Dynasty, around 1000 BC
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Head of Thutmose I This head is a fragment from one of 36 colossal statues of the deified king Thutmose I at the Temple of Karnak in Thebes. Eighteenth Dynasty Reign of Thutmose I, 1504–1492 BCE From Thebes, Temple of Karnak Painted sandstone The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
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Head of Thutmose I This head is a fragment from one of 36 colossal statues of the deified king Thutmose I at the Temple of Karnak in Thebes. Eighteenth Dynasty Reign of Thutmose I, 1504–1492 BCE From Thebes, Temple of Karnak Painted sandstone The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Head of Thutmose I  This head is a fragment from one of 36 colossal statues of the deified king Thutmose I at the Temple of Karnak in Thebes.  Eighteenth Dynasty Reign of Thutmose I, 1504–1492 BCE From Thebes, Temple of Karnak Painted sandstone The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
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Statue of Pharaoh Ramesses II, also called Ramses the Great. On display at Museo Egizio di Torino (Italy)
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Statue of Pharaoh Ramesses II, also called Ramses the Great. On display at Museo Egizio di Torino (Italy)

Statue of Pharaoh Ramesses II, also called Ramses the Great. On display at Museo Egizio di Torino (Italy)

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Egyptian man, Temple of Haruris and Sobek at Kom Ombo, on the Nile River, Egypt

Egyptian man, Temple of Haruris and Sobek at Kom Ombo, on the Nile River, Egypt

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Arquitectura y decoración insólita,Se descubren en Turquía mosaicos con más de 2000 años de antigüedad.

Se descubren en Turquía mosaicos con más de 2000 años de antigüedad

Three new mosaics were recently discovered in the ancient Greek city of Zeugma, which is located in the present-day province of Gaziantep in southern Turkey. The incredibly well-preserved mosaics date back to century BC.

A statue of Thutmose III Period New Kingdom Dynasty 18 Date ca. 1479–1425 B.C. Geography Egypt, Upper Egypt Thebes, Deir el Bahri. #statues #thutmose #ThutmoseIII #dynasty #kingdom #upperegypt #egypt #deirelbahri #ancienthistory #ancientegypt

Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Location: Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri Upper part of a statue of Thutmose III Materials: Limestone Reason: Sculpture of Pharaoh Thutmose III

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities

Viktor Wynd has put his collection of grotesque, arcane and downright creepy objects on public display in Hackney, east London. It includes a mummified rat, a tiger skeleton, and exotic carvings

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Nein, nein, wir im Museum sind nicht verrückt

Crazy Taxidermy Museum - Stuffed Animals in Costumes [HD], Potters Museum in Bramber, Sussex British Pathe made this video at Potters Museum in the

*AMENHOTEP II:   King of Dynasty 18, and son of corregent of Thutmosis III. He preserved hegemony over most of Nubia and Levant, of those military campaigns initiated by Thustmosis III

The Golden Age of Egypt: High Culture, Architecture, Archeology and Art - Dynasties XVIII - XX-African Historiography

Sothic Dating and a Revision of Ancient Chronology: Velikovsky Identified biblical 'Zerah the Ethiopian' with pharaoh Amenhotep II

Cette sculpture "devrait" être la reine Tétishéri. En tout cas elle fut bien la grand-mère d'Ahmôsis I ! Le "vainqueur" des "faux amis", les Hyksos… Et fondateur de la 18e dynastie !

Cette sculpture "devrait" être la reine Tétishéri. En tout cas elle fut bien la grand-mère d'Ahmôsis I ! Le "vainqueur" des "faux amis", les Hyksos… Et fondateur de la 18e dynastie !

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