Bovine Figurine -- Excavated from the Grave of Tutankhamun -- Dynasty 18 -- Belonging to The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, Cairo.

Egyptian ~ Sacred cow The Apis bull was a sacred bull, an actual animal picked yearly from the temple herd, that had no blemishes. They were sacrificed on a yearly basis and the corpses were mummified and buried with honors in a tomb.

My Parents always taught me about our History not his-story.We went to a lot of Museum and Plays I even saw the King Tut artifacts. I've read so many history books it's crazy how much information that has been published in the last fifty years .So I never felt negative about who I am ,My Dad use to say you don't even know who you are then he gave me a book called From Babylon to Timbuktu The Valley of Dry Bones read this with my Bible a Hebrew is what I am;-)

My Parents always taught me about our History not his-story.We went to a lot of Museum and Plays I even saw the King Tut artifacts. I've read so many history books it's crazy how much information that has been published in the last fifty years .So I never felt negative about who I am ,My Dad use to say you don't even know who you are then he gave me a book called From Babylon to Timbuktu The Valley of Dry Bones read this with my Bible a Hebrew is what I am;-)

Jeffree Star Cosmetics SkinFrost in King Tut Used until people informed me it was too dark for my skin. Hit pan in one portion and one chunk missing because of dropping (also why compact is wiggly). Still a lot of product to spare and usable for someone who would find it more flattering. Dying to get rid of! Jeffree Star Makeup Luminizer

Jeffree Star Cosmetics SkinFrost in King Tut

Jeffree Star Cosmetics SkinFrost in King Tut Used until people informed me it was too dark for my skin. Hit pan in one portion and one chunk missing because of dropping (also why compact is wiggly). Still a lot of product to spare and usable for someone who would find it more flattering. Dying to get rid of! Jeffree Star Makeup Luminizer

Les portraits d'Akhenaton montrent un visage beaucoup plus réaliste que ceux des pharaons traditionnels, ce qui le rend facilement reconnaissable parmi les statues de l'Égypte antique. © DR

Akhenaton et l'art amarnien en Égypte

♔ Akhenaten Egypt's "heretic" Pharaoh ~ He began a new monotheistic religion centered around the Aten, a non-anthropomorphic sun god.

This is a 43-page set of worksheets for the book "Who Was King Tut?" by Roberta Edwards. This includes a four-page story test. For each set of two chapters (C1-C2, C3-C4, etc...), there are three worksheets: * comprehension questions * vocabulary * story analysis

Roberta Edwards "Who Was King Tut?" worksheets

This is a 43-page set of worksheets for the book "Who Was King Tut?" by Roberta Edwards. This includes a four-page story test. For each set of two chapters (C1-C2, C3-C4, etc...), there are three worksheets: * comprehension questions * vocabulary * story analysis

Bracelet, Oeil protecteur Tanis de Horus. Bracelet orné trouvé sur la momie du Pharaon Sheshong II, mais les inscriptions sur le bracelet indique qu'il a été fait pour Sheshong I qui est mentionné dans la bible.

Wristband, Tanis-Protective eyes of Horus adorn bracelets found on Pharaoh Sheshonq II's mummy, but engraved names indicate they were made for Sheshonq I, who is mentioned in the Bible. Tombs of Tanis

Ay was pharaoh after the death of pharaoh Tutankhamun, who died prematurely. Ay was only pharaoh for a brief period of 4 or 5 years while he was married to Tutankhamun’s widow Ankhsenamun. The style of this relief is typical of the Amarna period in which the eyes and prolonged skull was important.

Ay was pharaoh after the death of pharaoh Tutankhamun, who died prematurely. Ay was only pharaoh for a brief period of 4 or 5 years while he was married to Tutankhamun’s widow Ankhsenamun. The style of this relief is typical of the Amarna period in which the eyes and prolonged skull was important.

statue of a young Queen Tiye (1415-1340 B.C.). Queen Tiye was a full-blooded African. Her son, Akhenaton and his wife, Nefertiti are the parents of King Tutankhamen, who is also known as "King Tut."

Queen Tiye, the favorite wife of Amenhotep III recently found at Luxor and thought to be the Mother of Tutankhamum

What do you get the boy pharaoh who has everything? A dagger made out of meteorite iron, of course.

Why King Tut Had A Meteorite Knife

What do you get the boy pharaoh who has everything? A dagger made out of meteorite iron, of course.

Who knew King Tut's name wasn’t Tut!? I sure didn't. This is Tutankhamun which means "the living image of Aten."  King Tut was in power from age 9 when is father Akhenaten died in 1361 B.C.E. to 1352 B.C.E. when he died at  18; never to be heard of again until 1922 when his tomb was discovered. It was common to inbreed in Egypt so in his first year of power he married Ikhanaton and Nefertiti’s daughter Ankhesenamun. Together they had two daughters who were stillborn.

A biography on king tut and his reign as Egyptian emperor. Today he is one of the most commonly know emperors of ancient Egypt.

Above is King tut who was a young leader of Egypt he became pharaoh of Egypt when he was 8 years old and he was left with a angry Egypt because of his father's reign. He is best known for reinstating old Egyptian gods . To the right is king Khufu he was responsible for making one of the great pyramids of Giza little is known about Khufu but we know that he was the king of Egypt .

Above is King tut who was a young leader of Egypt he became pharaoh of Egypt when he was 8 years old and he was left with a angry Egypt because of his father's reign. He is best known for reinstating old Egyptian gods . To the right is king Khufu he was responsible for making one of the great pyramids of Giza little is known about Khufu but we know that he was the king of Egypt .

Tutankhamon (1334-1325 a.C.)  http://www.turistarth.com/la-storia-saremo-noi/70-digitare-e-umano-dimenticare-e-diabolico-tecnologia-per-l-antichita

Of all the glittering and opulent Tutankhamun treasures, this breath taking plaster head of Tut as a child/god emerging from a lotus, stands alone.

Scars of a religious revolution . http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/egyptian-carving-defaced-king-tut-father_n_5621038.html

Egyptian carving defaced by King Tut's possible father discovered

A newly discovered Egyptian carving, which dates back more than years, bears the scars of a religious revolution that upended the ancient civilization.

Akhenaton adolescent

Portrait bust of king Tutankhamen. New Kingdom, Dynasty around 1335 BC, Amarna, Limestone.

Photo: Mummy of King Tut : the curse of the mummies - National Geographic

King Tut: He was only nine years old when he became a pharaoh of the dynasty in 1361 B., lived a short life. Tutankhamun Died at 19 Years Of Age

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