Ancient Egypt: The old kingdom to the Middle kingdom
Doppelstatue des Niuserre 5. Dynastie, ca. 2420-2390 v.u.Z. Kalzit-Alabaster (Leihgabe der SMÄK München)
Head of a King, c. 1069-715 BC Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21 or 22, 1069-715 BC granodiorite, Overall - h:27.50 w:35.00 d:28.40 cm (h:10 13/16 w:13 3/4 d:11 1/8 inches). | Cleveland Museum of Art
Nesi (Pharaoh) Taharka - Its at Karnak that he made the greatest impact, thanks to the man he installed as Mayor of the City: the Great Architect/Montu Priest Montuemhat, who also held the title of Fourth Prophet to Amun. At Karnak, the Sacred Lake structures, the Kiosk in the first court, the Colonnades at the Temple entrance and the 900+ Ram Sphinxes are all owed to Taharka and Montuemhat.
The Egyptian Pharaohs has the same phenotype as modern Africans.
Portrait head of Queen Tiye, wife of Pharaoh Amenhotep III 18th Dynasty, 1382 - 1344 B.C. Altes Museum, Berlin.
Found at the Funerary Temple of Nesi (Pharaoh) Neferefre, this small diorite fragment shows the king wearing the nemes headdress and the false beard, both signs of royalty. The statue was damaged by fire, but it cannot be ascertained whether the cause of this fire was deliberate or accidental. Dynasty: 5th, Predecessor: Shepseskare, his uncle. Successor: Niuserre, his nephew. Father: Neferirkare, Mother: 'Great Royal Queen' Khentkaus II (Royal line was traced through her).
Bust of a statue of Ramses II. The bust is part of a seated statue of Ramses II. He holds in his right hand and scepter heqa used a wrist strap decorated with eye oudjat that symbolizes health and divine perfection.
ust Of Amenemhat III (1843-1798 B.C.) Copper alloy H: 46.5 cm Allegedly from Hawara, Faiyum Middle Kingdom 12th Dynasty
Statuette of the lady Tiye. Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Amenhotep III–Akhenaten Date: ca. 1390–1349 B.C.
Pharaoh Timeline images or statues | Statue of Queen Arsinoe II [Egyptian] (20.2.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline ...
Amenemhet III - Amenemhat III - Nimaatre, Considered by some to be the greatest pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom. He was the 6th Pharaoh of the 12th dynasty. He reigned for 46 years. He may have had a long co-regency (of 20 years) with his father, Sesostris III. Towards the end of his reign, he had a co-regency with Amenemhet IV. His daughter Sobekneferu later succeeded him to become the last pharaoh of the 12th dynasty. The revised dates of his reign: 1530-1484BC (approximately).
Egyptian Queen From the time of Amenhotep III. The figurine is made of red quartzite. The colour was probably associated with the rising sun, considering that around this time, the cult of the all-powerful sun god was on the rise. It would reach its height during the reign of Akhenaten. On the forehead of this figurine, there was originally a cobra head, a symbol of power worn by both gods and pharaohs. If you want to know more, clickon the image. | Rijksmuseum van Oudheden
Head of a Sphinx, Possibly of Amenemhat I
Granite head of a 12th dynasty queen (Nofret?). Middle Kingdom. 12th dynasty. 1991-1783 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Hair styles in Jimma, Oromiyaa, East Africa (1885-1894) Hairstyle in the style of Egypt queen style
Queen Nefertiti with Tutsi hairstyle crown.
Tutsi hairstyle in the form of Egyptian war crown helmet
Pharaoh Ahmenhotep III with Tutsi hairstyle helmet.
Head of a King, possibly Amememhat IV Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 (?) Reign: possibly reign of Amenemhat IV Date: ca. 1814–1805 B.C. suggested Geography: From Egypt, Memphite Region, Lisht North, Pyramid Temple of Amenemhat I,