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Egypt's Mysterious Book of the Faiyum This exhibition on the Egyptian belief system will focus on an exquisitely illustrated Greco–Roman–period papyrus—the Book of the Faiyum—that describes the creation of the universe and depicts the daily journey of the sun god. This will be the first time in more than 150 years that the manuscript, which was divided up for sale in the 19th century, will be reunited.

Egypt's Mysterious Book of the Faiyum This exhibition on the Egyptian belief system will focus on an exquisitely illustrated Greco–Roman–period papyrus—the Book of the Faiyum—that describes the creation of the universe and depicts the daily journey of the sun god. This will be the first time in more than 150 years that the manuscript, which was divided up for sale in the 19th century, will be reunited.

Hieroglyphs on Rameses Colossus in Memphis, Egypt. Was the ancient capital of Aneb-Hetch, the first nome of Lower Egypt. Its ruins are located near the town of Mit Rahina, south of Cairo

Hieroglyphs on Rameses Colossus in Memphis, Egypt. Was the ancient capital of Aneb-Hetch, the first nome of Lower Egypt. Its ruins are located near the town of Mit Rahina, south of Cairo. (by David Lewis) Travel and Photography from around the world.

Egyptian Panel from a Sarcophagus Depicting Isis and Horus; ca: 650 BC to 550 BC; Dimensions: 5" (12.7cm) high; Wood and Cartonage

Egyptian Panel from a Sarcophagus Depicting Isis and Horus - Origin: Egypt Circa: 650 BC to 550 BC Dimensions: high Collection: Egyptian Art Medium: Wood and Cartonage Condition: Fine

Book of the Dead of Ani | Chapter 17 from the Egyptian Book of the Dead of Ani, 19th Dynasty (c.1250 BC), Thebes, Egypt. British Museum

Chapter 17 from the Egyptian Book of the Dead of Ani, Dynasty BC), Thebes, Egypt.

Tomb of Ameneminet (TT277), 19th or 20th dynasty; female mourners © OSIRISNET.NET

Common mourners from the tomb of Ameneminet (XIX Dynasty) Ancient Egypt (photo: osirisnet - hairanddeath)

Texts reveal ancient Egyptians had medical help and paid sick days

Texts reveal ancient Egyptians had medical help and paid sick days

The dig of the ancient Egyptian worker’s village at Deir el-Medina (pictured) is being led by Stanford archaeologist Anne Austin.

Milk was fed to sick Egyptian children from these Bes jars in hopes that the milk would be transformed into medicine. Photographed at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California.

Milk was fed to sick ancient Egyptian children from these ceramic Bes jars in hopes that the milk would be transformed into medicine. New Kingdom, Late Period, BC) Photographed at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California.

Djoser

Djoser

Netjerikhet Djoser (Turin King List "Dsr-it"; Manetho "Tosarthros") is the best-known Pharaoh of.

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.

Tomb Fresco -- Lotuses A Flock Of Birds -- Tomb of Ay in the Valley of the Kings., the penultimate Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt's -- Dynasty 18 (between Tutankhamen Horemheb), about BCE.

Explore Soloegipto's photos on Flickr. Soloegipto has uploaded 3597 photos to Flickr.

Explore Soloegipto's photos on Flickr. Soloegipto has uploaded 3597 photos to Flickr.

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ancientart: “ Details from the Egyptian Tomb of Sennedjem in the necropolis of Deir el-Medina. Sennedjem lived in the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II during the Dynasty. Photos courtesy of &.

Shabti box of Nakhtamun  Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Date: ca. 1295–1185 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Medina (Deir el-Medineh), Tomb of Nakhtamun (TT 335) Medium: Wood, paint

Shabti box of Nakhtamun Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Date: ca. Thebes, Deir el-Medina (Deir el-Medineh), Tomb of Nakhtamun (TT qw

egyptian archaeological finds | Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art 2009: New Kingdom I ...

Ruins of the Temple of Amun of Jebel Barkal, the main religious center of the dynasty or Kushite Dynasty

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