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Hieroglyph Collection

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Hieroglyph Collection: Egyptian art. Relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti and thre
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Hieroglyph Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Queens, Nefertaris Tomb, Details form frescos in vestibule with
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Hieroglyph Collection: Egypt. Goddess Nephthys. Relief. Memphis
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Hieroglyph Collection: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa
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Hieroglyph Collection: One of the double doors of the gilt shrine showing the goddess Isis
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Hieroglyph Collection: Stela of Amenemhat I. Table offering. 12th Dynasty. Middle K
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Hieroglyph Collection: The ancient Egyptian Temple of Kom Ombo near Aswan, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Hieroglyph Collection: Papyrus from The Book of The Dead, Anubis during the weighing of the souls (psychostasy)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Goddess Hathor offers her necklace to the Pharaoh. Painted relief from a pillar of the tomb of
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Hieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: pectoral of Pharaoh Ramses II (1279-1213 BC) 19th Dynasty
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Hieroglyph Collection: Giant limestone statues of Ramses II (Rameses - 1304-1237 BC) holding the crook and the flail
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Hieroglyph Collection: Relief of the Goddess Isis, Tomb of Ramses III, KV11, Valley of the Kings
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Hieroglyph Collection: Relief of the God Horus, Tomb of Ramses III, KV11, Valley of the Kings
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Hieroglyph Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III with Khepresh
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Hieroglyph Collection: Detail of the back of a chair decorated with royal names and with the spirit of millions of years
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Hieroglyph Collection: The God Khnum, Bas Relief, Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Khnum, Esna, Egypt, North Africa
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Hieroglyph Collection: Goddess Hathor on the left with God Horus on right, Bas Reliefs, Sanctuary of Horus
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Hieroglyph Collection: Bas Reliefs, Sanctuary of Horus, Temple of Horus, Edfu, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
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Hieroglyph Collection: Statue of the falcon, sacred bird of Horus, at the entrance of the Temple of Edfu
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Hieroglyph Collection: Hieroglyphics on great columns in the Temple of Karnak near Luxor, Thebes
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Hieroglyph Collection: Egyptian obelisk
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Hieroglyph Collection: Cleopatra's Needle, Alexandria, 1862. Creator: Unknown
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Hieroglyph Collection: Temple of Abu Simbel, 1856 (salted paper print from paper negative)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Thoueris and Hathor in the papyrus. College is similar to the papyrus of Ani, from Thebes
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Hieroglyph Collection: Young King Tut, Tomb of Tutankhamun, KV62, Valley of the Kings
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Hieroglyph Collection: Boat symbol of life and the sun, Philae temple
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Hieroglyph Collection: Beetle, Tomb of Ramses IX, Luxor
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Hieroglyph Collection: The great temple of Abu Simbel, 19th dynasty
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Hieroglyph Collection: The great temple of Abu Simbel, 19th dynasty (relief)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Abu Simbel Temple, Sekhmet (fresco)
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Hieroglyph Collection: The God AMON, water and life (relief)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Luxor Temple: Pharaoh wearing a cobra (relief)
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Hieroglyph Collection: ABYDOS: Temple of Seti (Sethi) I, the goddesses accompanying the Pharaoh
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Hieroglyph Collection: Luxor, Thebes: Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Amenophis III, Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty
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Hieroglyph Collection: ABYDOS: Temple of Seti (Sethi) I for Osiris. Goddesses accompanying the Pharaoh
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Hieroglyph Collection: Luxor Temple: Hieroglyphs (relief)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Oval stone carved with hieroglyphs, Philae temple
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Hieroglyph Collection: Representation of the Bee, Valley of the Kings, Luxor
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Hieroglyph Collection: Abydos: Temple of Seti I dedicated to God Osiris
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Hieroglyph Collection: Ruler of Upper Egypt making an offering to Ra and Knoum, Temple of Horus, Edfu
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Hieroglyph Collection: Sekhmet, Horus Temple, Edfu
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Hieroglyph Collection: The Pharaoh and his attributes, Temple of Horus in Edfu
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Hieroglyph Collection: Carved stone stele, Kom Ombo Temple
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Hieroglyph Collection: Mural Hieroglyph, Valley of the Kings, Luxor
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Hieroglyph Collection: The goose, the hare, the bee, Valley of the Kings, Luxor
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Hieroglyph Collection: The bee symbol of the Pharaoh (relief)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Rahotep and Nofret, IV Dynasty (sculpture)
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Hieroglyph Collection: Luxor, Thebes: Valley of the Queens, Tomb of Queen Nefertari (Ramses II)



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"Hieroglyphs: Unlocking the Secrets of Ancient Egypt's Visual Language" Step into the captivating world of ancient Egyptian art, where hieroglyphs tell stories that have withstood the test of time. In a relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and their three children, we witness a glimpse into the royal family's life. The intricate details on one of the double doors of Tutankhamun's gilt shrine showcase the goddess Isis in all her glory. Travel to Memphis and encounter a mesmerizing relief featuring Goddess Nephthys, exuding power and grace. Explore the Temple of Hathor in Dendera, where stunning carvings transport you back to an era filled with devotion and spirituality. Marvel at Ramses III alongside Khepresh in his temple dedicated to him. The grandeur is unmatched as you stand before this architectural masterpiece. Journey to Kom Ombo near Aswan and immerse yourself in its ancient beauty—a testament to Egypt's rich history. Delve deeper into antiquity as you gaze upon Pharaoh Ramses II's pectoral—an exquisite piece from his reign during the 19th Dynasty. Discover reliefs honoring both Isis and Horus within Ramses III's tomb—symbols of divine protection for eternity. The Book of The Dead comes alive through a papyrus depiction showcasing Anubis presiding over souls' weighing—an awe-inspiring scene steeped in mythology. Witness Goddess Hathor offering her necklace to Pharaoh Seth I—a gesture symbolizing eternal prosperity. Finally, admire a chair adorned with royal names—the embodiment of millions of years' worth of spirits intertwined with royalty itself, and are not just symbols; they are gateways connecting us directly to an ancient civilization that continues to captivate our imagination today.