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Karnak Temple - The temples of Karnak in Luxor pillared hall obelisk scarab

Karnak Temple - The temples of Karnak in Luxor pillared hall obelisk scarab

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Why are Noses Missing from so Many Egyptian Statues? | Ancient Origins

Why are Noses Missing from so Many Egyptian Statues? | Ancient Origins

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The contentious North wall in the tomb of Tutankhamun, behind which, according to Dr Nicholas Reeves...

The contentious North wall in the tomb of Tutankhamun, behind which, according to Dr Nicholas Reeves, lies the (...)

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An elegant, incomplete head of Queen Nefertiti made of dark quartzite. This sublime portrait was dis...

An elegant, incomplete head of Queen Nefertiti made of dark quartzite. This sublime portrait was discovered at (...)

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Nefertiti - When one studies the depictions of Nefertiti it is obvious that she held considerable cl...

Nefertiti - When one studies the depictions of Nefertiti it is obvious that she held considerable clout in the (...)

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Iconic Nefertiti bust in Berlin | Ancient Origins

Iconic Nefertiti bust in Berlin | Ancient Origins

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Detail of what is undoubtedly the world’s most famous painted stucco-coated limestone bust. Queen Ne...

Detail of what is undoubtedly the world’s most famous painted stucco-coated limestone bust. Queen Nefertiti, the (...)

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Iconic Nefertiti bust in Berlin | Ancient Origins

Iconic Nefertiti bust in Berlin | Ancient Origins

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Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

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Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

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Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

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Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

Priestess’ Tomb Discovered in Egypt, Protected by her Soul Feeding Monkey | Ancient Origins

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The Golden Shrine of Queen Tiye: When and How Did It Reach the Theban Necropolis? -Part I | Ancient...

The Golden Shrine of Queen Tiye: When and How Did It Reach the Theban Necropolis? -Part I | Ancient Origins

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Colossal statue of Amun at Karnak Temple, carved in the likeness of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. As with alm...

Colossal statue of Amun at Karnak Temple, carved in the likeness of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. As with almost all of the (...)

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Statue of Akhenaten, Father of Tutankhamun | Ancient Origins

Statue of Akhenaten, Father of Tutankhamun | Ancient Origins

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This colossal sandstone sculpture of Pharaoh Akhenaten, wearing the Khat headdress and double crown,...

This colossal sandstone sculpture of Pharaoh Akhenaten, wearing the Khat headdress and double crown, was (...)

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The Red colored circle indicates the entrance to the tomb of Amenhotep III (WV22) in the Western Val...

The Red colored circle indicates the entrance to the tomb of Amenhotep III (WV22) in the Western Valley. (...)

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Inching Closer to Ankhesenamun: Unraveling the Radiant Child of Amarna—Part I | Ancient Origins

Inching Closer to Ankhesenamun: Unraveling the Radiant Child of Amarna—Part I | Ancient Origins

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This sculptor's model, popularly known as the Wilbour Plaque - named for the early American Egy...

This sculptor's model, popularly known as the Wilbour Plaque - named for the early American Egyptologist, (...)

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The Western branch of the Valley of the Kings is an archaeologically promising site. Largely unexplo...

The Western branch of the Valley of the Kings is an archaeologically promising site. Largely unexplored, in (...)

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One of the earliest photographs of the discoveries of Ancient Egypt. The Great Temple, Abu Simbel by...

One of the earliest photographs of the discoveries of Ancient Egypt. The Great Temple, Abu Simbel by John Beasley Greene, 1854 (Public Domain) | Ancient Origins

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The Hunt for Ankhesenamun: A Murderess, Vixen or Helpless Child in this Ancient Egyptian Soap Opera?...

The Hunt for Ankhesenamun: A Murderess, Vixen or Helpless Child in this Ancient Egyptian Soap Opera? Part II | Ancient Origins

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The entrance to KV62, the tomb of Tutankhamun (Bottom right) in the Valley of the Kings, that lay un...

The entrance to KV62, the tomb of Tutankhamun (Bottom right) in the Valley of the Kings, that lay undisturbed for (...)

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Inching Closer to Ankhesenamun: Is the Last Sun Queen Set to be Found? - Part II | Ancient Origins

Inching Closer to Ankhesenamun: Is the Last Sun Queen Set to be Found? - Part II | Ancient Origins

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Detail from a dual statue, isolating the portion of goddess Mut. Amarna expert, Dr Aidan Dodson, opi...

Detail from a dual statue, isolating the portion of goddess Mut. Amarna expert, Dr Aidan Dodson, opines that this (...)

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