Egyptian household appliances. Priestly clothing. Schenti and Kalasiris. Perfume containers, mirrors, toilet boxes, vases. Egyptian harps.
Egypt. Hieratic paintings from Egypt and Nubia. Gods and Goddesses. Pharaos and Queens. The Schenti. The Klaft, Khat or Nemes headscarf. The Egyptian double crown. The Atef.
Egyptian and Asian chariots. Warfare. Arming of the various ancient Near Eastern peoples. Egyptian chariots lined up in a line on the battlefields.
Egyptian home appliances. Household utensils. The amphora, vases, vessels. Boxes of ointments and perfumes. The styles of the shovels.
The representations on this panel are taken from Upper Egyptian wall paintings. War dresses. Headgear and various costumes. The pharaoh in the fight. The war chariot. Vultures and sparrowhawks were the symbol of supreme power.
The headgear of the ancient Egyptians. The colour of the dresses. Wigs, Hairstyles, Make-up. The care of the hair. Transparent garments.
Egyptian Art. Decorative Paintings.The Scarabaeus. The flowing ornaments from Thebes. Red, blue, and yellow were the principal colors employed.
When Alethe arrived at a suitable age, she was taught, like other children of the priestesses, to take a share in the service and ceremonies of the shrines.
Rhodope, the Egyptian Princess. SO she raised her hands to the great and glorious sun, who with his golden, sword-like rays was just dispersing the mists that hung over the… Read More
Ancient Egypt princely chariot, Tell el-Amarna. Chariot relating to a prince. (Tell el-Amarna – 18th dynasty.) Tell el-Amarna, often known simply as Amarna, is an archaeological site on the east… Read More