Men-Kau-Re stands on Hathor's left with his left foot advanced. His remarkably individualized facial feature - the prominent eyes, fleshy nose, moustache and protruding lower lip are all characteristics recognizable in other presentations of the King
The term “dreadlocks” comes from a movement of guerrilla warriors who vowed not to cut their hair until Haile Selassie, former Emperor of Ethiopia was released from exile after leading the resistance against the Italian invasion. The warriors hair became matted and began to lock over time. Because the warriors with locks in their head were “dreaded” the term “dreadlocks” came to fruition.
Archaeologists abuzz in Mary Magdalene’s hometown WND byJoe Kovacs An intricately decorated stone found in what is believed to be a first century synagogue in Magdala, Israel. When many people hear the name of Mary Magdalene, they automatically.
The Weighing of The Heart The Book of the Dead is the modern name of an ancient Kemetic text, used from the beginning of the New Kingdom (around 1550 BC) to around 50 BC. The original Kemetic name for the text, transliterated Prt m Hrw is translated as “Book of Coming Forth by Day“. Another translation would be “Book of emerging forth into the Light”. The book consists of a number of texts intended to assist a person’s journey through the Duat, and into the afterlife. The Book of Coming…
Queen Ahmes Nefertari with vulture headdress , painted wood, New Kingdom, dynasty BC). Ahmes-Nefertari The Queen -. 1505 BC) was the wife and sister of Pharaoh Ahmose I. and the mother of Pharaoh Amenhotep I.