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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:02 pm من طرف المدير العام

Greywacke statue of Thutmose III (Men-Kheper-Ra, ruled c.1479-1425 BC) from Karnak. The 90cm statue was found in the Karnak cachette in 1904.
The statue is of a exceptionally high standard and has a soft quality that makes it seem very human. He is standing with his left foot forward and is holding symbols of authority. He is wearing the Nemes head-dress and it has a Uraeus and royal beard. He is also wearing a kilt, and a belt with his name in a cartouche. The face portrays Thutmose as 'eternally young'.The Karnak Cachette is the largest ever find of statues dating from Early Dynastic to the Greco-Roman period. Georges Legrain, working under the supervision of Gaston Maspero unearthed the cachette in 1904 by chance in the Courtyard of the Karnak temple at Luxor (ancient Thebes). the finds included the famous statue Tutankhamun as the god Khonsu.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:05 pm من طرف المدير العام












Photo taken during the original opening of Tutankhamun's tomb by Howard Carter.



Carter described this piece, in his "The Tomb of Tut.Ankh.Amen", as "a strange head of a Cow".



This exceptional piece is carved from wood with copper horns and the eyes are inlayed with Lapis Lazuli (in the shape of the eye of Horus). The head, ears and the front of the neck are gilded, the rest of the neck and pedestal are varnished with black resin (symbolizing the dark of the underworld).




The piece represents Mehit-Weret, an aspect of the cow-headed goddess Hathor. Hathor was the goddess of Joy and love, who welcomed the setting sun and the spirits of the dead into the underworld.




Mehit-Weret (Cow goddess of the sky). Her name means 'great flood'. In the Pyramid Era Mehet-Weret represents the waterway in the heavens, sailed upon by both the sun-god and the king. She is also a manifestation of the primeval waters - consequently being sometimes considered as the 'mother of Re'. From vignettes in the New Kingdom funerary papyri the goddess is pictured as a cow lying on a reed mat with a sun disk between her horns.

Luxor Museum, Egypt.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:10 pm من طرف المدير العام





Shawabti figures.
This kind of figure was called a Shawabti, maybe because the were often made from the persea tree which was called Shawab in Egyptian. Later the name was changed to "ushabti" which means "answer
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:14 pm من طرف المدير العام




Tutankhamun (Neb-Kheperu-Ra) funerary boat, c.1336-1327 from Thebes. After burial the king's body journeyed to Abydos and back, a pilgrimage to the cult centre of Osiris.

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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:16 pm من طرف المدير العام
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:23 pm من طرف المدير العام



Greywacke statue of Thutmose III (Men-Kheper-Ra, ruled c1479-1425 BC9from Karnak.The 90cm statue was found in the Karnak cachette in 1904.The statue is of a exceptionally high standard and has a soft quality that makes it seem very human. He is standing with his left foot forward and is holding symbols of authority. He is wearing the Nemes head-dress and it has a Uraeus and royal beard. He is also wearing a kilt, and a belt with his name in a cartouche. The face portrays Thutmose as 'eternally young'.The Karnak Cachette is the largest ever find of statues dating from Early Dynastic to the Greco-Roman period. Georges Legrain, working under the supervision of Gaston Maspero unearthed the cachette in 1904 by chance in the Courtyard of the Karnak temple at Luxor (ancient Thebes). the finds included the famous statue Tutankhamun as the god Khonsu.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:31 pm من طرف المدير العام





Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV). Luxor Museum, Egypt.

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Senusret III (Khakaura),
مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:35 pm من طرف المدير العام





Senusret III (Khakaura), c.1870-1831 BC, 12th Dynasty. Carved from Red Granite from Karnak this part of the statue is 80 cm high. He is wearing the double crown of upper and lower Egypt and it has the remains of a royal beard and a Uraeus. The back has inscriptions confirming his identity.

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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:37 pm من طرف المدير العام
Statue of Amenemhat III (Nimaatra), c.1831-1786 BC. Carved from Black Granite. His stern features are in common with the 12th Dynasty. On the base is one his titles; Beloved of Amun Re, Lord of Karnak.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:39 pm من طرف المدير العام




Amenhotep III. Head of a colossal statue, one of a series which decorated the funeral temple at Western Thebes. The statue is carved from Granite and was found in 1957 in his funerary temple at Qurna. In the statue he is wearing the white crown and the urea is on his forehead. From statue is carved from red granite and the face is 51.5 cms high and the whole head 215 cm.
Amenhotep III was the son of Thutmosis IV. He married Tyi, a girl of noble birth, daughter of Yuya and Thuya. His son was initially called Amenhotep IV but restyled himself as, more famously, as Akhenaten.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:40 pm من طرف المدير العام


Statue of Amenhotep III (Neb-Maat-Ra) and Sobek c.1390-1352 BC. Carved from Calcite (Egyptian Alabaster) and was found in the the Sobek temple at Dahamsha during 1967 by workers digging of the Armant Canal in a shaft closed by the sandstone slab - the slab slid into place on two bronze wheels.
Sobek is seated in a human form with the crocodile head and his right hand holds the Ankh giving life to the youthful Amenhotep III. The King is wearing the Nemes headdress, with the uraeus and royal beard.
The statue was later usurped by Ramesses II. The back is carved with 5 vertical hieroglyphics lines showing the King's name and titles.








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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:47 pm من طرف المدير العام



Statue, in Granite, from Karnak, c.1294-1279 BC. Amun and his wife Mut on Sety I's (Menmaatra) throne.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:49 pm من طرف المدير العام




Statue of Amenhotep III (Nebmaatra), c.1390-1352 BC. Carved in Rose Quartzite from the Luxor Temple. This statue represents Amenhotep on a processional sledge. He is holding scrolls and has feathers on his hips and is wearing a ritual bull's tail on his back.

The back is thinner and taller than the statue. The top is decorated with a winged sun-disk over a scene representing Amun seated on his throne. Below this are 4 columns in sunken relief listing the name and titles of Amenhotep. The name of Amun in the inscriptions has been erased and not restored.

Luxor Museum, Egypt.

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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:51 pm من طرف المدير العام



Amenhotep III (Nebmaatra), c.1390-1352, with a clenched fist. In Granite from the Luxor Temple.

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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:52 pm من طرف المدير العام
Statue of Mut. Carved in Calcite (Egyptian Alabaster). The statue has inscription representing the titles of the King User-Maat-Ra, Setepen-Ra beloved of Mut, Lady of Heaven - Ramesses II (User-Maat-Ra Setepen-Ra, ruled c.1279-1213).
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:53 pm من طرف المدير العام
Senusret I (Kheperkara), c.1956-1911 BC. Carved from Limestone and from the temple of Amun in Karnak. It is 157 cm high.



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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:55 pm من طرف المدير العام

This statue represents Tutankhamun as Amun and it was discovered in the Karnak temple Cachette in 1904. The statue is 155cm high and is carved from Limestone.In this statue he is wearing the twin plumes of Amun. His hands hold the Isis knot and he is standing with his left foot advanced. Tutankhamun, in the popular theory, restored the cult of Amun after the death of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV), and he changed his name from Tutankhaten (living image of Aten) to Tutankhamun (living image of Amun). This was very probably politically expedient, and even necessary for his continued reign. Theories about his parentage, life and death are abound. Luxor Museum, Egypt.

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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 12:58 pm من طرف المدير العام
Statue of a diminutive Horemheb standing before before Amun. Carved in Diorite from the Luxor Temple. The statue is 152 cm high. Amun's hand is resting on Horemheb's crown. Horemheb is wearing the Nemes head-dress, Uraeus on his forehead and is holding a crook against his chest - the left hand is holding a scroll. Amun is wearing the characteristic crown with two tall feathers. The throne has a papyrus thicket surrounded by a patterned freeze. The back of the pillar is inscribed with a column of hieroglyphs flanked by two palm-leaves., each ending with the sign hfm (meaning great number of years) and sn referring to Horemheb as the ruler of all the sun encircles. The text reads "live the perfect god, images of Re, king of upper and lower Egypt, lord of the two lands, lord of action, Djeser-Khepru-Re Setep-en-Re, son of Re, of his body his beloved Horemheb-Mery-Amun given life like Re eternally.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:02 pm من طرف المدير العام




Statue of Amenhotep I


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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:06 pm من طرف المدير العام
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King Horemheb kneeling before Atum. Carved in Diorite, Atum is 171cm high and Horemheb is 83cm.The statues of Horemheb and Atum fit into recesses in the base (maybe to make moving the tableau easier. Horemheb is holding two spherical vessels and is wearing the Nemes head-dress, uraeus, royal beard, shendyt-kilt and sandals. The inscriptions say King Lord of the two lands (Djeser-Khepru-Re Setep-en-Re Heka-Maat). Atum is sitting on a throne wearing the double crown, long wig and a curved beard. His right hand is holding an Ankh. Each side of the throne is decorated with two Nile God which represent the unification of upper and lower Egypt, the lily on the right and the papyrus on the left.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:13 pm من طرف المدير العام


In Feb 1987, during a dig to test the ground water table in the court of Amenhotep III in the Luxor temple, part of a granite pedestal appeared. Excavation revealed the statue of Horemheb. Further investigation revealed a hoard of statues, one of the great discoveries in recent times.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:14 pm من طرف المدير العام
Sphinx making an offering. Original sculpture had human arms and a vase. Could be Tutankhamun. From Karnak in Calcite.
Stela of Pia worshipping Sobek
مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:16 pm من طرف المدير العام



Stela of Pia worshipping Sobek. From the Sobek temple at Dahamsha, c.18th Dynasty, in Limestone.
The upper register is a scene representing the high priest of Sobek (Pia) following his son (Iy-Hebnef) adoring the Crocodile god Sobek and the Mistress of the Breeze sitting under the sacred tree (Ima). In the lower scene Pia leads his son, his mother (Iya) and his wife (Tinet-Nebu) together offering to Sobek. Also there are 6 horizontal lines of inscribed prayers.
This stela was found during the digging of the Sawahel Armant Canal in 1967.
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مُساهمة في الإثنين أبريل 23, 2012 1:23 pm من طرف المدير العام

Round topped limestone stela from the Temple of Luxor. Aten is shown as a Ram, and above is a winged solar disc





Limestone Stela showing Thoth, god of science and knowledge in the form of a baboon wearing a crescent and solar disc before an offering table. From Luxor, Abu el-Got excavations.Stela from Deir el Medina for a man who served a funerary cult. 18th Dynasty. Cartouche of Amenhotep I. The text partially says the offering is the "follower of the lord great god Djeser-Ka-Ra given life, Son of Ra Amen-Hotep Given life for all time".


False Door Stela. The double gateway represents the door to the afterworld and has been used in tomb architecture since the 3rd millennium BC. Carved from sandstone in Thebes, c. 2nd to 1st century BC.

 

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