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    Book of the Dead: The papyrus of Hunefer. Above Hunefer kneeling before a table of offerings in adoration, in presence of fourteen gods, seated in order of judges. Below the Judgement, or weighing of the conscience; the jakal-headed Anubis examines the pointer of the balance, wherein the heart (conscience) of the deceased is being weighed against the feather of Maat, symbolical of law or of right and truth; on the left a jakal-headed deity is leading the deceased by the left hand. On the right are the monster Ammut, the Devourer, and the Ibis-headed God Thoth, the scibe of the Gods, who notes down the result of the trial. On the right Hunefer is ushered by Horus into the presence of the God Osiris enthroned within a shrine. Behind him are Isis and Nephtys. In front a lotus flower on which stand the four children of Horus, or gods of the cardinal points. New Kingdom (19th Dynasty). EA9901


    Naked, circumcised prisoners of Semitic origin are led before a king on his throne.An Egyptian soldier leads the prisoners, followed by a war-chariot.Ivory, probably a furniture-ornament.From Megiddo,Israel. See also 08-05-05/22-24.Collections of IDAM, Jerusalem.


    Tribute of the desert. Thebes, tomb of Horemhab, No.78 Period of Tuthmosis IV (1420-1411 BCE) Ancient Egyptian Paintings selected,copied & described by Nina M.Davies; plate XXXV


    Rekhmere inspects brickmaking and smelting workmen. Wallpainting in the tomb of Rekhmere, vizier under Pharaohs Thutmosis III and Amenophis II (18th Dynasty, 16th-14th BCE) in the cemetery of Sheikh Abd al-Qurnah.


    Pectoral, an Egyptian-style necklace; a falcon spreading his wings, in the claws the symbol of life and the"knot of Isis".From the royal tomb III,Byblos. Gold, chased and chiselled, 19th BCE L: 20,5 cm H:6,3 cm AO 9093

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    Vase with ship and animals. Painted pottery, Pre-Dynastic Period (34th-30th BCE), Egypt. Inv. 20 304

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    Female figure, with raised arms (dancer?) 4000-3000 BCE, predynastic, Nagada I Ivory, H:20 cm

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    Semitic tribe asks permission to enter Egypt. Tribespeople are dressed in coloured striped costumes. Mural from the tomb at Beni-Hassan 19th BCE, Middle Kingdom, Egypt 19th century copy by Weidenbach


    Figurines of Akhnaton and Nefertiti,18th dynasty, later than 1345 BCE. Amarna period, 1365-1347 BCE Limestone, H: 22,2 cm Inv. E 15539


    Nubians carrying offerings. Thebes, tomb of Huy, viceroy of Nubia. No. 40 Period of Tutankhamun (1347-1336 BCE) Ancient Egyptian paintings selected,copied & described by Niona M.Davies; plate LXXXI


    The heavenly ladder,illustration of an instruction to monks by abbot Johannes Klimax (6th CE). Good monks climb steadily heavenwards towards perfection, bad monks are dragged to hell by black devils. 11th-12th. 41 x 29,3 cm

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    Servant wearing panther skin offering lotus to God Osiris (depicted with flail and crook - his devine regalia). Late Period (26th dynasty).


    Le musicien d'Amon Djedkhonsouiouefankh joue de la harpe devant le dieu Re-Horakhty. Il chante: "Adorer Re quand il brille." The musician of God Amon, Djedkhonsouiouefankh, playing lute before God Re-Harakhte. He sings: "Let's adore Re when he shines." 1069-664 BCE, Third intermediate Period Painted wood; 29,50 x 22,40cm N 3657


    Portrait of Pharaoh Tutankhamun (1346-1337 BCE). Gold with precious stones from the inner coffin of the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. 1342 BCE, New Kingdom


    Semitic tribe asks permission to enter Egypt. Tribespeople are dressed in coloured striped costumes. Mural from the tomb at Beni-Hassan 19th BCE, Middle Kingdom. Detail of 08-01-03/17. 19th century copy by Weidenbach


    Head made of blue glass Amarna period, 1365-1347 BCE H: 9 cm Inv. E 11658


    Knife from Jebel el-Arak,near Abydos.Negade II,3.500 - 3.100 BCE.Silex and hyppopotamus ivory, H: 25,5 cm Verso of the handle.A bearded person flanked by two lions,desert animals and dogs.Inspired by Mesopotamian art. E 11517 For overall and recto see 08-01-01/1,2.

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    Female torso, probably Nefertiti, wife of Pharaoh Amenophis IV Akhnaton (1365-1347 BCE). 18th Dynasty (16th-14th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt. Quartzite,H:29 cm E 25 409


    The eighth hour of the Anduat (Book of the Underworld). The ship of Ra floats through the Underworld, preceded by the snake Mechen, which guards the re-birth of the sungod Ra from the fifth hour onwards. Pen on papyrus (12th-9th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt.


    Palette with wild animals and dogs. Oval slate with hollow centre. Reverse side of 08-01-08/3. (36th-35th BCE) Pre-Dynastic Period, Egypt. Grauwacke, 32 x 17,7 x 1,8 cm E 11 052

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    Reliefs on the inner wall of the collapsed second pylon of the Ramesseum describe the battle of Kadesh against the Hittites, Ramses II claimed a decisive victory, as did the Hittites. Chariots, dead and wounded on the battlefield. 19th dynasty.

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    Gold ring with the cartouche of Tutankhamon (1347-1336 BCE), found in the tomb of Tell el-Adjul. New Kingdom (16th-11th BCE), Egypt.


    Male figurine with phallic sheath, 4000 - 3800 BCE Predynastic, Nagada I Elephant-ivory, H: 23,5 cm

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    Pectoral of the Chief Ointment-maker Pa-nehersj. Two goddesses, Isis and Nephtys, praying to the scarab as a symbol of the sungod Ra. The scarab is seen in its morning-shape of Chepre, a symbol of rebirth. Carnelian faience (ca. 1200 BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 1984


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