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Torso of a Ptolemaic King | Louvre Museum | Paris

Torso of a Ptolemaic King | Louvre Museum | Paris

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. 3rd century BC, Ptolemaic. Louvre Museum.

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. 3rd century BC, Ptolemaic. Louvre Museum.

Statue of Sény(néfer), Secretary of the King, and his wife Hatshepsut.. Detail of Hatshepsut.. Reign of Amenophis II. Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Statue of Sény(néfer), Secretary of the King, and his wife Hatshepsut.. Detail of Hatshepsut.. Reign of Amenophis II. Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Standing man holding statuette of Nebethetepet or Nehemetaui | Late Period–Ptolemaic Period | The Met

Standing man holding statuette of Nebethetepet or Nehemetaui | Late Period–Ptolemaic Period | The Met

Ptolemy I Soter - Marble bust former general of Alexander the Great and founder of the Ptolemaic Dynasty, which ruled Egypt for almost three centuries. Hellenistic Ptolemaic Dynasty (3rd Century BCE). Marble.

Ptolemy I Soter - Marble bust former general of Alexander the Great and founder of the Ptolemaic Dynasty, which ruled Egypt for almost three centuries. Hellenistic Ptolemaic Dynasty (3rd Century BCE). Marble.

Statuette of a Kushite Priest, Adapted for a King [Egyptian] (2010.259) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Statuette of a Kushite Priest, Adapted for a King [Egyptian] (2010.259) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silver bracelet with two uraei (mythic cobra), Ptolemaic or Roman Period, 304 B.C.–A.D. 364, Egypt, Met Museum.

Silver bracelet with two uraei (mythic cobra), Ptolemaic or Roman Period, 304 B.C.–A.D. 364, Egypt, Met Museum.

https://flic.kr/p/3GCYux | Ptolemaic mummiform figures representing the sons of Horus | Painted and gessoed wood  Ptolemaic period  ca. 715-30 B.C.   These mummiform statuettes represnt the sons of Horus:  Qebeh-senuf (falcon head), Hapy (baboon head), and Imseti (human head).   Metropolitan Museum of Art  NYC

https://flic.kr/p/3GCYux | Ptolemaic mummiform figures representing the sons of Horus | Painted and gessoed wood Ptolemaic period ca. 715-30 B.C. These mummiform statuettes represnt the sons of Horus: Qebeh-senuf (falcon head), Hapy (baboon head), and Imseti (human head). Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC

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