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grandegyptianmuseum: “ Queen Hatshepsut, dressed in the costume of a King and depicted as a man, is crowned by the god Amun. Amun and the hieroglyphs denoting his name were defaced during the reign of Akhenaten and restored later. Relief on a fallen...

grandegyptianmuseum: “ Queen Hatshepsut, dressed in the costume of a King and depicted as a man, is crowned by the god Amun. Amun and the hieroglyphs denoting his name were defaced during the reign of Akhenaten and restored later. Relief on a fallen...

Egyptian unguent cones and funereal cones

Scented Cones in Ancient Egypt: Some have debated whether or not Egyptians actually wore scented cones on their heads or if they just depicted themselves that way to show they smelled good!

Geb: Son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth. Even so, Geb guided the dead to heaven and he gave them meat and drink.images show him lying underneath his wife (Nut, goddess of the sky) and his father (Shu, god of the air). He reclines on one elbow with a knee and arm in the air. In this way he symbolized the valleys and hills of the land, which was called "The House of Geb." X

Geb was the son of Shu and Tefnut and the brother and husband of Nut. Through Nut he had four children, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys. Geb was the god of the earth.

The distinctive shape of the uraeus, like that of crowns in general, at different periods can provide important evidence in dating uninscribed artifacts.

Nekhbet and Wadjet on Tutankhamen's Crown

Ancient Egypt Pharaoh headdresses. Feather jewelry. Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones.

Ancient Egyptian standard feather fans, the Khu papyrus staff with ostrich…

An ancient Egyptian wood, silver, glass and stucco figure of the god Thoth in the form of an ibis, wearing an atef crown ~  Kunsthistorisches Museum

*ANCIENT EGYPTIAN WOOD: silver, glass and stucco figure of the god Thoth in the form of an ibis, wearing an atef crown (Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna)

King Tut's Gold Chair

The Gilt Throne, the Back Decorated with a Scene Showing the Royal Couple, Egypt, North Africa

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