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One of the daughters of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, this is probably the oldest, Meritaten. She and her sisters, Nefertiti (who was also Akhenaten's half-sister) and Akhenaten are all depicted with this shaped skull.

from Chicos

Chico's Women's Gottex Nefertiti Swim Cover-up Dress

Printed to create an embroidered illusion, this silk swim cover-up gives tribal detail a new level of luxe. Back keyhole neckline with a button closure. Length: 35". Silk. Hand wash. Imported. Free shipping and returns on all full-priced swim orders shipped to the U.S.

Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their children bask in the rays of the sun, Aten, a god that Akhenaten raised above all others.

from Addictive Cosmetics

New! XL NEFERTITI- All Natural Glitter Color Stix - For use on Eyes, Cheeks and Lips

A sweet Monday surprise! One of my "Attempt at Nefertiti" works on paper hung over the mirror of a sick @celerie @kemble_interiors project featured in @housebeautiful this month. Thank you thank you all! @blairvoltzclarke @voltzclarkegallery #marynelsonsinclair

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New! XL NEFERTITI- All Natural Glitter Color Stix - For use on Eyes, Cheeks and Lips

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Plaster Model of a King. From Thutmose's workshop, Amarna. Amarna Period, around 1340 BC. Limestone. Inv.nr.21343. Gift of James Simon, 1920. Neues Museum, Berlin. Without doubt one of the best Egyptian Museums in the world ! And photography without flash is allowed in almost all its rooms, as it is in all really important archaeological museums in the world (with the disappointing exception of the Cairo Museum) In the Light of Amarna - 100 Years of the Nefertiti Discovery Neues Museum Fri…

Egypt, tomb of queen Nefertari. It is one of the best preserved and most ornate of all known tombs. The walls are painted with the deities (from left to right) Serket, Isis, Khepri, Osiris (above entrance), Hathor and Horus. The tomb was discovered in 1904 by the Italian archaeologist Ernesto Schiaparelli. In 2003 the tomb was closed to the general public.