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Valley Of The Kings Collection (#7)

"Journey through the Mystical Valley of the Kings: Unveiling Ancient Egyptian Secrets" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the captivating history of Luxor

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Wallpainting of Rameses III before Thoth, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC

Wallpainting of Rameses III before Thoth, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC. The wallpainting is from the tomb of a prince (son of Rameses III)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Wallpainting of the goddesses Isis & Neith, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC

Wallpainting of the goddesses Isis & Neith, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC. The wallpainting is from the tomb of a prince (son of Rameses III)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Wallpainting of Anubis (jackal-headed god), Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC

Wallpainting of Anubis (jackal-headed god), Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC. THis wallpainting is from the tomb of a prince (a son of Rameses III)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Wallpainting from the tomb of a prince, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC

Wallpainting from the tomb of a prince, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC. A depiction of Khnum the Egyptian creator god from the tomb of a prince (a son of Rameses III)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Wallpainting from a tomb of son of Rameses III, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th centuryBC

Wallpainting from a tomb of son of Rameses III, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th centuryBC
Wallpainting from the tomb of a son of Rameses III, Valley of the Queens, Luxor, Egypt, c12th century BC. Rameses III leads his deceased son to Anubis

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Relief of Rameses II before Amun and Mut, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt

Relief of Rameses II before Amun and Mut, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt
Relief of Rameses II before Amun and Mut, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, West Bank, Luxor, Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: View through to relief of Rameses II before Amun & Mut, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt

View through to relief of Rameses II before Amun & Mut, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt
View through pillars of the Ramesseum showing in the distance a relief of Rameses II before Amun and Mut, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt. Rameses II reigned between 1279 BC to 1213 BC

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Colossal statues of Rameses II, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt, c1300 BC

Colossal statues of Rameses II, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt, c1300 BC
Colossal statues of Rameses II, The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt. Rameses II reigned between 1304 BC and 1237 BC

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt

The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt. Rameses II reigned between 1279 BC and 1213 BC

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Two statues at The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt, c1250 BC

Two statues at The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt, c1250 BC
Two statues at The Ramesseum, Temple of Rameses II, Luxor, Egypt. Rameses II reigned between 1279 BC and 1213 BC

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: The West Bank of the River Nile, Luxor West Bank, Egypt

The West Bank of the River Nile, Luxor West Bank, Egypt. The valley of the Kings lies in these hills

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: One of the Colossi of Memnon, near the Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 14th century BC

One of the Colossi of Memnon, near the Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 14th century BC
One of Tte Colossi of Memnon, near the Valley of the Kings, Egypt, 14th century BC. These two 70ft/21m stone statues of Amenhotep III (Amenophis III)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Howard Carter at the entrance to Tutankhamuns tomb, Luxor, Egypt, 1922-1923

Howard Carter at the entrance to Tutankhamuns tomb, Luxor, Egypt, 1922-1923. The discovery of Tutankhamuns tomb in the Valley of the Kings in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter (1874-1939)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Entrance to a tomb in the Valley of the Kings near Thebes, Egypt, 1855

Entrance to a tomb in the Valley of the Kings near Thebes, Egypt, 1855. The Valley of the Kings was the site of over 60 tombs of pharaohs and nobles of the Ancient Egyptian New Kingdom (1550-1069 BC)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Tomb of Horemheb

Tomb of Horemheb
Scenes and hieroglyphs from the murals of the 18th Dynasty Tomb of King Horemheb in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank of Thebes

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Deir el-Bahari temple, Luxor, Egypt

Deir el-Bahari temple, Luxor, Egypt
Queen Hatchepsuts temple, Luxor, Egypt viewed from the Theban path

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: VALLEY OF THE KINGS, 1925. The tomb of King Ramses VI in the Valley of the Kings

VALLEY OF THE KINGS, 1925. The tomb of King Ramses VI in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt, photographed by Harry Burton, c1925

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN. Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Stereograph

TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN. Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Stereograph, c1922

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: THEBES: VALLEY OF THE KINGS. Panels from the Room of Harps from the Tomb of the

THEBES: VALLEY OF THE KINGS. Panels from the Room of Harps from the Tomb of the Kings in Byban el Molouk, Thebes, Egypt. Color lithograph by Andre Dutertre, 19th century

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Fragment of a painting in tomb of Ramses I

Fragment of a painting in tomb of Ramses I, Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Luxor Governorate, Egypt. Ramesses I was the founder of the 19th Dynasty and the grandfather of the great and famous pharaoh

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Sign prohibiting photography at Valley of the Kings. West bank of the river Nile, Thebes

Sign prohibiting photography at Valley of the Kings. West bank of the river Nile, Thebes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: The Sphinx and Cheops Pyramid

The Sphinx and Cheops Pyramid
A full side view of the sphinx, the oldest and, probably, the most famous monumental statues in the world and an iconic symbol of Ancient Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt
A view of the Valley of the Kings at Luxor, Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt
A view of the Valley of the Kings at Luxor, Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt
A view of the Valley of the Kings at Luxor, Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt
A view of the Valley of the Kings at Luxor, Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Valley of the Kings. On the walls are carved rock tombs of New Kingdom pharaohs

Valley of the Kings. On the walls are carved rock tombs of New Kingdom pharaohs. Entrance to the tomb of the Pharaoh Ramses IV. Egypt

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Great Egyptian treasure find. Universal attention is now focused upon the sensational

Great Egyptian treasure find. Universal attention is now focused upon the sensational discovery of Egyptian treasures in the Valley of the Kings which has rewarded Lord Carnarvons 16 years search

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor Governorate, Luxor, Valley of Kings, Tomb of Ramesses VI, Entrance hall

Egypt, Luxor Governorate, Luxor, Valley of Kings, Tomb of Ramesses VI, Entrance hall
Egypt - Luxor. Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Valley of the Kings. Tomb of Ramses VI

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Thebes, Luxor, Valley of Kings, statues of Amenhotep III, or Colossi of Memnon

Egypt, Thebes, Luxor, Valley of Kings, statues of Amenhotep III, or Colossi of Memnon, New Kingdom (1580-1085 BC), 18th dynasty UNESCO World Heritage Site, ancient egyptian culture

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Ancient Thebes, Valley of Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut at Dayr al-Bahri (Deir el-Bahri)

Egypt, Ancient Thebes, Valley of Kings, Temple of Hatshepsut at Dayr al-Bahri (Deir el-Bahri)
Egypt - Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Valley of the Kings. Temple of Hatshepsut at Dayr al-Bahri (Deir el-Bahri)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of Kings, bas-relief at Temple of Luxor

Egypt, Luxor, Valley of Kings, bas-relief at Temple of Luxor UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of Kings, wall painting with Horemheb between godess Isis

Egypt, Luxor, Valley of Kings, wall painting with Horemheb between godess Isis and god Horus in Tomb of Horemheb UNESCO World Heritage Site, 18th Dynasty

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens Tomb, detail of the frescos

Egypt, Luxor, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens Tomb, detail of the frescos
Egypt - Luxor - Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens Tomb. Detail of the frescos: The King accompanied into the afterlife by Osiris (New Kingdom)

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal chariot from New Kingdom

Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal chariot from New Kingdom
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Royal chariot. Detail of decoration

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Mural paintings illustrating The Book of Caverns

Mural paintings illustrating The Book of Caverns
Egypt, ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Kings - Tomb of Ramses IV. Mural paintings illustrating the Book of Caverns

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Thutmose III, burial chamber frescoes

Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Thutmose III, burial chamber frescoes
Egypt - Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Kings - Tomb of Thutmose III, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Interior, burial chamber frescoes

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes

Treasure of Tutankhamen, royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Royal diadem made of gold, precious stones and vitreous pastes, with Nekhbet (vulture) and Uadjet (cobra) on the forehead

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Group sculpture of Akhenathon kissing his daughter from Tell-el-Amarna

Group sculpture of Akhenathon kissing his daughter from Tell-el-Amarna
Egyptian civilization, Dynasty XVIII. Sculptural group of Akhenathon kissing his daughter. From Tell-el-Amarna

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Frescos depicting the Book of Amduat, The journey of the solar boat, on burial chambers west wall

Frescos depicting the Book of Amduat, The journey of the solar boat, on burial chambers west wall
Egypt - Luxor - Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Valley of the Kings - Tomb of Thutmose III. Detail of the frescos of the burial chambers west wall depicting the Book of Amduat

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egyptian civilization, Quartzite head of princess, daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaton

Egyptian civilization, Quartzite head of princess, daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaton. From Tell al-Amarna
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Quartzite head of a princess, a daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaton. From Tell al-Amarna

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens Tomb, Details from frescos representing

Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens Tomb, Details from frescos representing Tutankhamun and queen
Egyptian civilization - Luxor - Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Valley of the Kings. Tutankhamens Tomb. Details from the frescos : Tutankhamun and the queen

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Granite sarcophagus of Ramses III, detail: Isis and the text of the Book of Gates From the Egypt

Granite sarcophagus of Ramses III, detail: Isis and the text of the Book of Gates From the Egypt, West Thebes
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX. Granite sarcophagus of Ramses III, height 180 cm. From the Valley of the Kings. Detail: Isis and the text of the Book of Gates

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen by Achille Beltrame (1871-1945), illustration, 1923

The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen by Achille Beltrame (1871-1945), illustration, 1923
Achille Beltrame (1871-1945), illustration from La Domenica del Corriere, Sunday supplement to daily newspaper Il Corriere della Sera, 1923. The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Treasure of Tutankhamen, Miniature Sarcophagus from New Kingdom

Treasure of Tutankhamen, Miniature Sarcophagus from New Kingdom
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Eighteenth Dynasty. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Miniature sarcophagus

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Treasure of Tutankhamen, funerary zoomorphic bed, sides representing Mehetweret

Treasure of Tutankhamen, funerary zoomorphic bed, sides representing Mehetweret, the cow goddess from New Kingdom
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Funerary zoomorphic bed. Detail: sides representing Mehetweret, the cow goddess

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Treasure of Tutankhamen, falcon god Horus collar

Treasure of Tutankhamen, falcon god Horus collar
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII. Treasure of Tutankhamen. Falcon god Horus collar

Background imageValley Of The Kings Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Funerary temple of Ramses II, Ramesseum, Osiris pillars

Egypt, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Funerary temple of Ramses II, Ramesseum, Osiris pillars
Egypt - Ancient Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Valley of the Kings. Funerary temple of Ramses II, Dynasty XIX. Ramesseum, Osiris pillars




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"Journey through the Mystical Valley of the Kings: Unveiling Ancient Egyptian Secrets" Step back in time and immerse yourself in the captivating history of Luxor, Egypt as you explore the renowned Valley of the Kings. This mesmerizing site holds a wealth of archaeological wonders that have fascinated historians and adventurers for centuries. As you wander through this ancient necropolis, your eyes will be drawn to the grandeur of the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut. Marvel at its imposing architecture and imagine it as a place where rituals were performed to honor pharaohs long gone. For an unforgettable experience, embark on an early morning hot air balloon ride over the Valley of the Kings. As you ascend into the sky, witness breathtaking views that unveil a landscape steeped in mysticism and awe-inspiring beauty. The allure doesn't end there – take a moment to study an intricate plan from 1895 showcasing Alexandria's old city. Let your imagination transport you to bustling streets filled with merchants, scholars, and philosophers who once roamed these very paths. Delve deeper into ancient Egyptian mythology as you encounter reliefs depicting powerful deities such as Isis and Horus within Ramses III's tomb. These stunning artworks offer glimpses into their rich belief system and provide insight into their reverence for divine beings. One cannot overlook one of history's most significant discoveries – Tutankhamun's tomb. Step inside his burial chamber through vintage photographs captured in 1922 by Howard Carter himself. Witness firsthand how treasures beyond imagination adorned this young king's resting place. Admire exquisite artifacts like a bracelet embellished with Eye of Horus motifs dating back to 943-922 BC. The craftsmanship is testament to Ancient Egypt's artistic prowess that continues to captivate admirers today. Gaze upon statues honoring influential figures like Akhenaten or venture further into Seti I's tomb from the 13th century BC – a testament to the enduring legacy of these pharaohs.