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https://flic.kr/p/LAfaZj | 0887-0885 155d PHARAOHS OF EGYPT - Silver Outer Sarcophagus of SHESHONQ II, detail. Tanis. Egyptian Museum Cairo- photo Hans Ollermann 2016. | Discovered in the burial chamber of King Shesonq II as part of the tomb of King Psusennes I at Tanis. Pierre Montet's excavations, 1940. Dynasty 22, reign of Shesonq II, c. 883 BC. Inv.nr. JE 72154. Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Heqakheperre Shoshenq II, aka Shesonq II, was an Egyptian king of the 22nd dynasty of Egypt. He was…

https://flic.kr/p/d3r3kj | Grand State Coat of Arms of Egypt. King Fouad I's Order of Seraphim's Stall Plate. | www.egyptianroyalty.net Courtesy: Mr. Mitya Ivanov.

https://flic.kr/p/d3r3cu | The Grand Royal Coat of Arms of Egypt. King Farouk I's Order of Seraphim's Stall Plate. | www.egyptianroyalty.net Courtesy: Mr. Mitya Ivanov.

https://flic.kr/p/GSuQD | Observe of the Prince Kamal Eddine Hussein Award for Agriculture | The arms of the Khedivate of Egypt are engraved on the observe of the medal

https://flic.kr/p/N2tjko | Lanyon Quoit | Lanyon Quoit is a Cornish Dolmen that dates back to the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC), predating the pyramids in Egypt.

https://flic.kr/p/NW4sRo | Lanyon Quoit | Lanyon Quoit is a Cornish Dolmen that dates back to the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC), predating the pyramids in Egypt.

https://flic.kr/p/4kmkcH | Tomb Chaple of Raemkai (Originally Built and Decorated for Neferiretenes) | Egyptian, Dynasty 5, originally reign of Neferirkare through Niuserre (ca. 2446-2389 BC), usurped by Raemkai before beginning of the reign of Isesi (ca. 2381 BC)

https://flic.kr/p/5h8xuu | Merti and his wife | Merti and His Wife Egypt, Dynasty 5, c. 2350 BC? From Saqqara, SAE Excavations These tow statues of Merti and his wife are the best preserved of the museum's five examples. Merti is again stepping forward with his staff and scepter of authority and his wife is standing quietly in repose. Each is wearing wigs, jewelry and linen garments. The statues are approximately life-size.

https://flic.kr/p/cPiePb | A Fine Egyptian New Kingdom Steatite Scarab, Superb Hieroglyphics on the Base | New Kingdom. Circa 1550-1075 BC. Steatite scarab (16x11mm). Base engraved with edge and bee signs at top (King of Upper and Lower Egypt) and, below, a falcon with open wings to protect a cartouche of Kheper-Re. Cf. Matouk I, 818. Small chip on edge, otherwise intact, a few traces of green glaze, pierced for mounting. Attractively carved. From the Dr. John N. Winnie Collection…