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≗ The Bee's Reverie ≗  Pouring honey - The tomb of Pabasa in the Valley of the Queens

Bee Keeper Pabasa Pouring BCE-relief from Pabasa's tomb wall.

The Tomb of Ay in the Valley of the Kings. Ay was the penultimate Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's  Dynasty 18 (between Tutankhamen and Horemheb), about 1323-1319 BC.

Ducks, painting from the tomb of Ay, Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's dynasty in the Valley of the Kings. This tomb has no pillared halls, or even a ritual shaft, as we find in most royal tombs. The tomb was discovered in the winter of 1816 by Belzoni.

Nebamun Hunting Birds,  c. 1,400-1,350 BC,  Drah Abu el-Neggah, Valley of the Nobles, Thebes-West (New Kingdom)  Note: Restored fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun in the British Museum, London, England

Nebamun Hunting Birds – fragment of a wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun Drah Abu el-Neggah, Valley of the Nobles, Thebes-West Dynasty: c.

Gold earring from the Valley of the Kings decorated with the cartouche of King Seti II, 5th ruler of the Nineteenth Dynasty.

Gold antique earring from Thebes, Egypt. Nubian enemies depicted on the walls of Egyptian temples wear earrings. The Hyksos introduced the earrings to Egypt in the second Intermediate Period.

Cloisonne earring from tomb of Tutankhamun The central feauture is described as a falcon with a duck's head its wings creating a sweeping circle around its head and its talons clutching shen rings, beneath the tail feathers is a bar decorated with circles from which hang five strings of gold and glass beads ending in pendant uraei. | Located in: Egyptian Museum,

Cloisonne earring from tomb of Tutankhamun The central feauture is described as a falcon with a duck's head its wings. Located in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.

Tomb, Siwa Oasis, 400-600 BC. Source: unknown.

Delicate depiction of Nut from the tomb of Si-Amun at Gebel al-Mawta in the Siwa Oasis

Isis Introduces Queen Nefertari To Osiris, God Of The Dead

The Great Royal Wife of Rameses II, Nefertari Merytmut, being led by deity Isis. Tomb of Nefertari, Valley of the Queens.

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