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EGYPT KNIFE 4TH-3RD MILL.BCE Carved knife.Blade flint,handle hippopotamus-ivory,Four registers.Fighting warriors and two different ship types.Recto. (32nd-31st BCE), Pre-Dynastic Period, Negade II. From Jebel el Arak, Egypt Inv. 11517 Detail of handle.See also 08-01-08/1 for verso. Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Egyptiennes, Paris, France

Flint blade, hippo-potamus-ivory handle: 4 registers, fighting warriors & 2 different ship types (naval battle) Recto.

The front side of the Gebel el-Arak ivory knife handle, containing the boat depictions once interpreted as evidence of Mesopotamian invasion. (Louvre)

Gebel el Arak Knife Ivory (hippopotamus canine) and flintstone blade. Circa 3300 - 3200 BC From Gebel el-Arak, South of Abydos

Corner of niche from the tomb of Akhtihotep Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 4 Reign: reign of Snefru Date: ca. 2575-2551 B.C.

Corner of niche from the tomb of Akhtihotep Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 4 Reign: reign of Snefru Date: (akchi=brother of Joseph .

Two tiles with Syrian and Libyan Figures, from the palace tiles of Rameses II, at Pa-Ramessou, Lower Egypt.

Two tiles with Asiatic and Libyan Figures- Egypt Shows fur they wore over clothes.

A god with two lions on the back of the handle of the Gebel el-Arak Knife c. 3450 BCE. The Gebel el-Arak Knife is an ivory and flint knife dating from the Naqada II d period of Egyptian prehistory, starting circa 3450 BC, showing Mesopotamian influence.

The Gebel el-Arak Knife is an ivory and flint knife dating from the Naqada II period of Egyptian prehistory, starting circa 3450 BC.

Mold with Royal Sphinx of Amenhotep I Egypt, New Kingdom, from reign of Amenhotep I of 18th Dynasty - 21st Dynasty (1545 - 931 BCE) LACMA

Mold with Royal Sphinx of Amenhotep I New Kingdom, reign of Amenhotep I Dynasty BC)

Collegamento permanente dell'immagine integrata

Collegamento permanente dell'immagine integrata

" 5,000-year-old wooden statues, complete with gold wrapping paper and precious lapis lazuli stones as striking blue eyes, dated from Egypt's pre-dynastic era (3,700-3,200 BC), before the age of pharaohs, the oldest such artifacts ever found. ~ Lapis Lazuli was imported from Afganistan and was used by the royalty of Kemet(Egypt) in amulets, jewelry and death masks."

Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed two wooden statues, complete with gold wrapping paper precious lapis lazuli stones as striking blue eyes, dated from Egypt's pre-dynastic era BCE), before the age of pharaohs, the oldest such artifacts ever found.

En la estela, Isis habla y relata que mientras ella y Horus aún estaban escondidos en los pantanos, el niño se puso enfermo. En su desesperación, ella se ponía a salvo a la "Barco de la Eternidad" (el barco del sol en el que el dios se desplaza sobre el cielo), "y el disco del sol se detuvo frente a ella y no se movió de su lugar." Thoth fue enviado desde el barco solar para ayudar a Isis y Horus curada por recitar un catálogo de hechizos. Los hechizos siempre terminaban con la frase "y la…

Magical Stela (Cippus of Horus)

Sheshonq II silver sarcophagus - Tanis, 22nd Dynasty. Actually exhibited at Cairo Egyptian Museum

Sheshonq II silver sarcophagus - Tanis, 22nd Dynasty. Actually exhibited at Cairo Egyptian Museum

beautifully carved relief - Amon Temple at Tanis -  Nile Delta Egypt - photo by David Lewis

beautifully carved relief - Amon Temple at Tanis - Nile Delta Egypt - photo by David Lewis

UK: Dig discovers 9000-yr-old remains at Didcot - One of the flint arrowheads found at the dig - 1/22/13, http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/

UK: Dig discovers remains at Didcot - One of the flint arrowheads…

Ancient Egyptian Granite solid block consisted of  two pieces (lower and upper) Sarcophagus.

Ancient Egyptian Granite solid block consisted of two pieces (lower and upper) Sarcophagus.

Hesy-Re, relief on wood from his tomb in Saqqara. He was an official, physician (possibly the first known in history) and scribe who lived during the Third dynasty of Egypt, served under the pharaoh Djoser, and was buried in an elaborate tomb at Saqqara. He bore titles such as "Chief of Dentists and Physicians" and "Chief of the King's Scribes".

Hesy-Re, relief on wood from his tomb in Saqqara. He was an official, physician (possibly the first known in history) and scribe who lived during the Third dynasty of Egypt, served under the pharaoh Djoser, and was buried in an elaborate tomb at Saqqara. He bore titles such as "Chief of Dentists and Physicians" and "Chief of the King's Scribes".

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