Silent Hill Homecoming -The most infamous thing from the SIlent Hill series (Besides the hallowing fog and radio static) is Pyramid Head; the sadistic and mutilated enemy who has a large triangular helmet welded onto his head. These renders show Pyramid Head in recent installment Homecoming but his features have not differed too much than from Silent Hill 2. The character still emits a essence of fear and disgust to the player, making them afraid of this inhuman behemoth.
START COLLECTING Amulets of the head of the fertility goddess Hathor were popular items in both Egyptian and Nubian burials. This two-sided amulet of hollow sheet gold shows the goddess with her usual attributes of a pair of horns, and heavy wig. From Nuri, pyramid 27 (tomb of Queen Madiken). 1918: excavated by the Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition; assigned to the MFA in the division of finds by the government of Sudan. (Accession date: March 1, 1920).
CHAP 2: The Great Sphinx of Giza is probably one of the most know forms in Egypt aside from the Pyramids. This Sphinx is combined with a human head (human-headed = androsphinxes) and an animal body. This sphinx illustrated the monarch as a conqueror and most often featured the false beard and headdress of the pharaoh.
Diorite statue of King Chephren (Khafre), builder of the second pyramid. Its remarkable state of preservation, its grandeur and the motif of the hawk, emblematical of his mythological ancestors, protecting his head with her outstretched wings, all combine to rank it first in the statuary of ancient Egypt. It was found at the bottom of a wall near the gateway of his valley-temple 'the temple of the sphinx'. Giza, 4th dynasty
Winged Ram-headed Scarab Amulet Faience, El-Kurru, Pyramid 53 (Tomb of Queen Tabiry), 750–720 BC (Napatan Period, Reign of Piye) Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition: 24.696 The ram was a significant symbol in Napatan Nubia. During the Egyptian occupation of Nubia (1550–1070 bc) and possibly earlier, worship of the Egyptian god Amun was introduced into Nubia. The Nubian form of Amun was depicted with a ram’s head