Royal Tombs at The Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt
Crowns Undoubtedly, the best-known element of costumes of the Egyptian pharaoh was their own crowns, of which there were numerous examples. The most common and best known are: 1- The Hedjet Crown or White Crown , symbol of Upper Egypt. 2- The Desheret Crown or Red Crown , symbol of Lower Egypt. 3- The Crown …
Ceremonial Chair of Tutankhamun displayed in the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities (Egyptian Museum)
Step inside the different rooms and vaults that have been discovered to be contained within King Tut treasures of the Golden Pharaoh tomb.
tumba de Menna TT69 , Sheikh abd el-Qurna , Luxor , Valle de los Nobles .Escriba Menna , Reinado de Tutmosis IV ?
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The Golden Age of Egypt: High Culture, Architecture, Archeology and Art - Dynasties XVIII - XX-African Historiography
This was an age wherein human being saw the development of archeology, art, and architecture of Egypt lead the way in the world with its magnificence, glamor and grandeur.. This was the Golden Ages.
The ceiling of the Hathor Temple has recently been cleaned in a careful way that removed hundreds of years of black soot without harming the ancient paint underneath. As a result of this cleaning, spectacular ceiling painting has been exposed in the main hall, and some of the most vibrant and colourful paintings dating from antiquity are now visible.
King Tutankhamun's golden throne chair. Detail of the back close up
Most of the Egyptian pharaohs are remembered because they were great conquering soldiers or because they built gigantic temples and tombs. Tutankhamun was neither a great soldier nor a great builder; however he is the best known of the pharaohs