The most beautiful pharaonic Egyptian sculptures

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The most beautiful pharaonic Egyptian sculptures

419px-Sekhmet_remployée_par_Chéchong_Ier_-_Servir_les_dieux_d'Égypte_-_Musée_de_GrenobleAuthor: Milky  . Source:

Goddess Sekhmet during the reign of Amenhotep III (1391-1353 BC). Granite statue used by Chechong I (943-922 BC). Site of the Mout temple in Karnak (Louvre museum collection)

Menkaure_and_Chamerernebti_IIAuthor: Alex Feldstein  . Source:

Statue of Menkaura (Mycerinos) and Queen Khamerernebty II. (Chamerernebti II.). From the Giza Valley Temple of Menkaura, made during his reign (circa 2548-2530 B.C.) Graywacke.

(Now residing at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Museum Expedition 11.1738)

RamsesAuthor: Edgardo W. Olivera . Source:

Statue of Ramses II (Third Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty, was crowned in 1279 BC) Temple of Amon, Luxor, Egypt

tutankhamun-484699_960_720tutankhamen-2336122_960_720Author: Gellinger & ArtWithTammy  . Source:

Toutankhamon (Eleventh Pharaoh of the XVIIIth Dynasty, born about 1345 BC, died about 1327 BC)

Gold Death Mask

449px-Ramesses_II_as_childAuthor: Jon Bodsworth  . Source:

Statue of Ramses II as a child and the god Hwrwn (god of Canaan). A rare category of statuary, as the three hieroglyphs form a “rebus” of Ramesses II’s name: Ra-mes-su.

Xviii_dinastia,_tuia,_madre_di_ramses_II_da_statua_di_teie,_moglie_di_amenhotep_III,_1391-1224_ac_caAuthor: Sailko  . Source:

Xviii dinastia, tuia, mother of ramses II from statue of teie, wife of amenhotep III, 1391-1224 BC

17179900698_aadc61715a_hAuthor: Paula Asencio  . Source:

Temple of Ramses II in Abu Simbel, located in Aswan (extreme south of Egypt) ancient border with the kingdom of Nubia

441px-Egypte_louvre_066User:  Borislav . Source:

Osiris, Isis and Horus: pendant bearing the name of King Osorkon II


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