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Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Art Egypt: Hunting birds. Simile College of the Tomb of Nakht, period of Amenophis II (ca

Art Egypt: Hunting birds. Simile College of the Tomb of Nakht, period of Amenophis II (ca
JLJ4674176 Art Egypt: Hunting birds. Simile College of the Tomb of Nakht, period of Amenophis II (ca. 1450-1425 BC) Paris, College De France by Egyptian; Bibliotheque du College de France, Paris

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: relief in limestone of Hormin: Sethi I distributes the collars of

Egyptian antiquite: relief in limestone of Hormin: Sethi I distributes the collars of
JLJ4667327 Egyptian antiquite: relief in limestone of Hormin: Sethi I distributes the collars of valour as a reward for his courage to Hormin, head of the kings harem. 19th dynasty (1295-1186 BC)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: limestone stele of the monument to the memory of the spokesman of

Egyptian antiquite: limestone stele of the monument to the memory of the spokesman of
JLJ4667271 Egyptian antiquite: limestone stele of the monument to the memory of the spokesman of the Vizir Senousret forming a chapel. Around 1700 BC. Late 12th dynasty, 13th dynasty

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquitis: 'the pharaoh and his wife in the papyrus'

Egyptian antiquitis: "the pharaoh and his wife in the papyrus"
JLJ4665916 Egyptian antiquitis: " the pharaoh and his wife in the papyrus" Papyrus, New Empire, 18th dynasty. Private Collection by Egyptian School; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Portrait of Jean-Francois Champollion, French egyptologist, 19th century (oil on canvas)

Portrait of Jean-Francois Champollion, French egyptologist, 19th century (oil on canvas)
LRI4623161 Portrait of Jean-Francois Champollion, French egyptologist, 19th century (oil on canvas) by Cogniet, Leon (1794-1880); Louvre, Paris

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Nanai worshiping the Gods Osiris and Anubis, the dead deity who holds the key of life

Nanai worshiping the Gods Osiris and Anubis, the dead deity who holds the key of life
LRI4593109 Nanai worshiping the Gods Osiris and Anubis, the dead deity who holds the key of life (Ankh). 14th century BC. (painted limestone) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Re-Atum, deity of the setting sun. 1295-1190 BC (relief on a pyramidion)

Re-Atum, deity of the setting sun. 1295-1190 BC (relief on a pyramidion)
LRI4593106 Re-Atum, deity of the setting sun. 1295-1190 BC (relief on a pyramidion) by Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1292-1187 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Ramose worshiping Ra Harakte, god of the rising sun. 1279-1213 BC

Ramose worshiping Ra Harakte, god of the rising sun. 1279-1213 BC
LRI4593069 Ramose worshiping Ra Harakte, god of the rising sun. 1279-1213 BC (Relief on the pyramidion) by Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1292-1187 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Penmerenab offering a goats head to the god Ammon. 1295-1190 BC. (sculpture)

Penmerenab offering a goats head to the god Ammon. 1295-1190 BC. (sculpture)
LRI4593061 Penmerenab offering a goats head to the god Ammon. 1295-1190 BC. (sculpture) by Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1292-1187 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: King Amenophis, Amenhotep I. 16th century BC (sculpture)

King Amenophis, Amenhotep I. 16th century BC (sculpture)
LRI4593024 King Amenophis, Amenhotep I. 16th century BC (sculpture) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin, Italy; (add.info.: Egyptian antiquite: statue of King Amenophis)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Lake of Fire to Hell. 1085-935 BC (papyrus)

Lake of Fire to Hell. 1085-935 BC (papyrus)
LRI4592976 Lake of Fire to Hell. 1085-935 BC (papyrus) by Egyptian 21st Dynasty (c.1069-945 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin, Italy; (add.info.: Egyptian Antiquit: Lake of Fire to Hell)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Architect Kha and his wife Merit worshiping Osiris. 1540-1295 BC (papyrus)

Architect Kha and his wife Merit worshiping Osiris. 1540-1295 BC (papyrus)
LRI4592928 Architect Kha and his wife Merit worshiping Osiris. 1540-1295 BC (papyrus) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: The Defunct Greeted by the Devinite Maat. 990-970 BC (painted wood)

The Defunct Greeted by the Devinite Maat. 990-970 BC (painted wood)
LRI4592840 The Defunct Greeted by the Devinite Maat. 990-970 BC (painted wood) by Egyptian 21st Dynasty (c.1069-945 BC); Egyptian Museum, Turin

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Detail representing the creation of the world, Nout the goddess of Heaven separates

Detail representing the creation of the world, Nout the goddess of Heaven separates
LRI4592805 Detail representing the creation of the world, Nout the goddess of Heaven separates from Geb, the god of Earth

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: writing necessities of scribe (tablet and brushes

Egyptian antiquite: writing necessities of scribe (tablet and brushes
LRI4639757 Egyptian antiquite: writing necessities of scribe (tablet and brushes) from the Tresor of Tutankhamun. Around 1340 BC

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquitis: fragment of the Book of the Dead, papyrus of Nebqed

Egyptian antiquitis: fragment of the Book of the Dead, papyrus of Nebqed
LRI4633609 Egyptian antiquitis: fragment of the Book of the Dead, papyrus of Nebqed. Detail representing the arrival of the deceased in the afterwards. 18th dynasty. 1400-1350 BC

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: rule to measure. 18th dynasty. New empire. Paris, Louvre Museum

Egyptian antiquite: rule to measure. 18th dynasty. New empire. Paris, Louvre Museum
JLJ4583975 Egyptian antiquite: rule to measure. 18th dynasty. New empire. Paris, Louvre Museum by Egyptian School; Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Egyptian antiquite: rule to measure)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: funerary stele covered with an inscription in code language in

Egyptian antiquite: funerary stele covered with an inscription in code language in
JLJ4577795 Egyptian antiquite: funerary stele covered with an inscription in code language in the form of hieroglyphs. Paris, Louvre Museum by Egyptian School; Louvre, Paris

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: view of the low reliefs of the temple of the goddess Hathor in

Egyptian antiquite: view of the low reliefs of the temple of the goddess Hathor in
JLJ4589889 Egyptian antiquite: view of the low reliefs of the temple of the goddess Hathor in Denderah, 1st century BC. Egypt by Egyptian; Temple of Hathor, Denderah

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian Antiquity: King Alexander the Great making offerings to the god Amon Min

Egyptian Antiquity: King Alexander the Great making offerings to the god Amon Min
LRI4681970 Egyptian Antiquity: King Alexander the Great making offerings to the god Amon Min (Amon-Min). Detail of a low relief. Chapel of the Sacred Boat, Temple of Luxor, Egypt

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: detail of the obelisk grave of cartridges and hieroglyphs

Egyptian antiquite: detail of the obelisk grave of cartridges and hieroglyphs
LRI4681857 Egyptian antiquite: detail of the obelisk grave of cartridges and hieroglyphs, temple of Pharaoh Ramses II (1292-1186 BC) in Luxor

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: representation of Anubis, Hathor and hieroglyphs

Egyptian antiquite: representation of Anubis, Hathor and hieroglyphs
LRI4681481 Egyptian antiquite: representation of Anubis, Hathor and hieroglyphs. Painting of the Tomb of Roy (TT255). 18th dynasty

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Ancient Egyptian Art: Mythological Papyrus of Serimen. serimen in worship before the god

Ancient Egyptian Art: Mythological Papyrus of Serimen. serimen in worship before the god
JLJ4690064 Ancient Egyptian Art: Mythological Papyrus of Serimen. serimen in worship before the god ptah-sokar-osiris followed by Isis. Manuscript of the 21st dynasty (ca)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Ancient Egyptian Art: loading grains on a boat painting on silt from the tomb of Ounou

Ancient Egyptian Art: loading grains on a boat painting on silt from the tomb of Ounou
JLJ4690014 Ancient Egyptian Art: loading grains on a boat painting on silt from the tomb of Ounou (1450 BC). by Egyptian School; Louvre, Paris

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Offerings bearers, Tomb of the Vizier Ramose (low relief)

Offerings bearers, Tomb of the Vizier Ramose (low relief)
LRI4682885 Offerings bearers, Tomb of the Vizier Ramose (low relief) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Valley of the Nobles, Thebes

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: external relief with hieroglyphs. Temple of Hathor, Denderah

Egyptian antiquite: external relief with hieroglyphs. Temple of Hathor, Denderah
LRI4681724 Egyptian antiquite: external relief with hieroglyphs. Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt - Egyptian civilization

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: representation of Roy and his wife Nebtawy facing a high priest

Egyptian antiquite: representation of Roy and his wife Nebtawy facing a high priest
LRI4681505 Egyptian antiquite: representation of Roy and his wife Nebtawy facing a high priest. Painting of the Tomb of Roy (TT255). 18th dynasty

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquite: characters leading betail heads. Painting of the Tomb of Roy (TT255)

Egyptian antiquite: characters leading betail heads. Painting of the Tomb of Roy (TT255)
LRI4681469 Egyptian antiquite: characters leading betail heads. Painting of the Tomb of Roy (TT255). 18th dynasty. From the West Bank of Luxor

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian antiquitis: Horus guides Roy and his wife to the pesse of hearts

Egyptian antiquitis: Horus guides Roy and his wife to the pesse of hearts
LRI4681447 Egyptian antiquitis: Horus guides Roy and his wife to the pesse of hearts. Fragments of fresco from the Tomb of Roy (TT255). 18th dynasty

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Relief from the Tomb of Horemheb (stone)

Relief from the Tomb of Horemheb (stone)
LRI3503168 Relief from the Tomb of Horemheb (stone) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: A Page from the book Antiquities of Mexico: Comprising Facsimilies of Ancient

A Page from the book Antiquities of Mexico: Comprising Facsimilies of Ancient
1195382 A Page from the book Antiquities of Mexico: Comprising Facsimilies of Ancient Mexican Paintings and Hieroglyphics, c

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Stela of the vulture goddess Nekhbet of Nekheb (modern El-Kab

Stela of the vulture goddess Nekhbet of Nekheb (modern El-Kab
AMQ107889 Stela of the vulture goddess Nekhbet of Nekheb (modern El-Kab) dedicated by a priest of the Temple of Horus Behdety who is shown in the top register

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Heart Scarab of Hati-iay (quartzite & traces of gold leaf)

Heart Scarab of Hati-iay (quartzite & traces of gold leaf)
496196 Heart Scarab of Hati-iay (quartzite & traces of gold leaf) by Egyptian, New Kingdom (c.1567-1085 BC); 2.4 x 5.2 x 6.8 cm cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Coffer from the treasury of the tomb of Tutankhamun (c. 1370-52 BC

Coffer from the treasury of the tomb of Tutankhamun (c. 1370-52 BC
XZL149423 Coffer from the treasury of the tomb of Tutankhamun (c.1370-52 BC) New Kingdom (wood & ivory with applied gold & silver) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC)

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Relief of Sethos I (1303-1290 BC) and Isis, New Kingdom (wall painting)

Relief of Sethos I (1303-1290 BC) and Isis, New Kingdom (wall painting)
JB118410 Relief of Sethos I (1303-1290 BC) and Isis, New Kingdom (wall painting) by Egyptian 19th Dynasty (c.1292-1187 BC); Temple of Seti I, Abydos, Egypt; eJohn Bethell; Egyptian, out of copyright

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt (w / c on paper)

Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt (w / c on paper)
NUL115311 Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt (w/c on paper) by Muller, William James (1812-45); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Notes on the colouring of certain hieroglyphs, from Grammaire Egyptienne

Notes on the colouring of certain hieroglyphs, from Grammaire Egyptienne
JHG194727 Notes on the colouring of certain hieroglyphs, from Grammaire Egyptienne by Jean Francois Champollion (1790-1832) 1836 (colour litho) by French School

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: The God Amun offers a sickle weapon to the pharaoh Ramesses III as he strikes two

The God Amun offers a sickle weapon to the pharaoh Ramesses III as he strikes two
CHT244909 The God Amun offers a sickle weapon to the pharaoh Ramesses III as he strikes two captured enemies, 1835-45 (colour litho) by Champollion, Jean Francois (1790-1832); Bibliotheque Nationale

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Egyptian gods and goddesses

Egyptian gods and goddesses
Statue of an Egyptian god in basalt in the Vatican Museum 1, Egyptian goddess Isis in the Museum of the Profane in the Vatican Library 2, Egyptian deity from the Pantanello in Tivoli 3

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Horus, Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c

Horus, Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c
ANC218344 Horus, Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c.1323-1295 BC) New Kingdom (wall painting) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Valley of the Kings, Thebes

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c. 1323-1295 BC

Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c. 1323-1295 BC
ANC218341 Horemheb and Hathor, from the Tomb of Horemheb (c.1323-1295 BC) New Kingdom (wall painting) (detail of 218340) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Valley of the Kings, Thebes

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Zodiak from the tomb of Psammis in Thebes, New Kingdom, illustration from

Zodiak from the tomb of Psammis in Thebes, New Kingdom, illustration from
NYL452989 Zodiak from the tomb of Psammis in Thebes, New Kingdom, illustration from Six new illustrative plates of the researches and operations in Egypt and Nubia, by Giovanni Battista Belzoni

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Suite de planche, Thebes, Biban-el-Molouk, illustration from Monuments de L

Suite de planche, Thebes, Biban-el-Molouk, illustration from Monuments de L
NYL450383 Suite de planche, Thebes, Biban-el-Molouk, illustration from Monuments de L Egypte et de la Nubie, 1845 (colour litho) by Champollion, Jean Francois (1790-1832); New York Public Library

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Hieroglyphic Christian calendar on an Aztec stele

Hieroglyphic Christian calendar on an Aztec stele. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Fumagalli from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World, Florence, Italy

Background imageHieroglyph Collection: Costumes of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, from bas reliefs

Costumes of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, from bas reliefs
Costumes of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs as gods including Amon Ra with sceptre, from bas-reliefs in the temple of Herodotus




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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.