RFBJG9HF–This painting depicts singing, dancing, and playing instruments in ancient Egypt.
RMADW9G1–Slaves in ancient Egypt constructing monuments and buildings. Hand-colored woodcut
RMA91911–Ancient Egypt Navigation of the Nile.
RMCWB31R–Painting of various Egyptian workers from a tomb in Thebes, Egypt
RMG3821A–Music, Ancient Egypt
RMJR317R–Signs for hunger, thirst, supplication, and so forth, among both Innuit Indian and ancient Egypt - as indeed many other peoples, both in the old world and the new, whose writing has not reached a purely phonetic state - have that correspondence to be expected when things common to all men are graphically represented. An ideogram or ideograph is a graphic symbol that represents an idea or concept, independent of any particular language, and specific words or phrases. Some ideograms are comprehensible only by familiarity with prior convention; others convey their meaning through pictorial resemb
RMG1CEBP–Gold bracelet from ancient Egypt.
RMHHW393–Hieroglyphics - ancient Egypt. It shows Hieratic and Demotic script.
RMTXG8JG–Grand Entrance to the Temple of Luxor Lithograph after a watercolour by David Roberts Ancient Egypt Archaeology Building Architecture
RM2A3N148–Ilustration / drawing showing Building the Pyramids. Ancient Egypt.
RMR5CBCH–North of Africa. Ancient Egypt. Inside view of the royal palace, residence of the Pharaoh. Drawing by Dionisio Baixeras (1862-1943). Chromolithography. La Civilizacion (The Civilization), volume I, 1881.
RFCNY2X0–I. King Amenhotep and wife, Ancient Egypt. Amenhotep I was an Egyptian king (pharaoh) of the 18 Dynasty (New Kingdom), and ruled
RMD84M5J–Detail of ancient Egyptian wall painting of women in ancient Egypt
RMD30A3A–British Museum- Ancient Egypt galleries.
RMDNHGJ6–Statue of a high ranking public servant from the Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt 12th Dynasty 1800 BC Egyptian
RME0A015–Ancient Egypt. Nile river. Engraving. 19th century. Later colouration.
RFG4580W–Painted elaboration representing Ancient Egypt warriors ready to fight
RMAK3MWW–Detail of a dagger from Ancient Egypt The Egyptian Museum Cairo Egypt Africa
RM2AYRYET–Illustration of domestic life in ancient Egypt
RFG0JGFD–In ancient Egypt; fowling was often done with a type of boomerang as seen here. Fishing was done with a harpoon (and it could be a double harpoon as seen here) made either of stone or of metal; a line; a net; or; traps. Where the ponds failed the neighbouring Nile furnished them with inexhaustible supplies. Standing in light canoes or supported by a plank on bundles of reeds bound together; they ventured into mid-stream; in spite of the danger arising from the ever-present hippopotamus, or they penetrated up the canals amid aquatic plants, to bring down with the boomerang the birds.
RMA64PTE–Israelite slaves building pyramids in ancient Egypt. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJH8CKR–Infantry in ancient Egypt. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMCWB313–Painting of female musicians from the tomb of Nahkt in Thebes, Egypt
RMD8991B–TRADE ANCIENT EGYPT
RMFRFH6M–A Chinese-speaking tourist group enjoy the experience of visiting the ancient Egyptian Temple of Hatshepsut near the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Nile Valley, Egypt. The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the Djeser-Djeseru, is located beneath cliffs at Deir el Bahari ('the Northern Monastery'). The mortuary temple is dedicated to the sun god Amon-Ra and is considered one of the 'incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt.' The temple was the site of the massacre of 62 people, mostly tourists, by Islamists on 17 November 1997.
RMD996AY–Manufacturing and baking bread in Ancient Egypt
RMERGJ3N–History of Iron: Forging iron in Ancient Egypt. Liebig collectible card series (French title: 'Histoire du fer'). 1914.
RM2A601D9–The Great Hypostyle Hall of Karnak, located within the Karnak temple complex, in the Precinct of Amon-Re, is one of the most visited monuments of Ancient Egypt. It was built around the 19th Egyptian Dynasty (c. 1290–1224 BC). The design was initially instituted by Hatshepsut, at the North-west chapel to Amun in the upper terrace of Deir el-Bahri. The name refers to hypostyle architectural pattern.
RFE66KM3–Ancient Egypt Map. Historical map of Ancient Egypt with most important sights, with rivers and lakes. English labeling.
RMR214CM–Egyptian Sarcophagus with Painted Portrait of Egyptian Woman or Princess of Djed-Mout-Ioues-Ankh 21st Dynasty of Ancient Egypt
RMBJ08MF–The Ramesseum, Funery Temple of Ramesses II, Luxor, Old Thebes, West Bank of the Nile, Nile Valley, Upper Egypt
RMBP27M0–WINE PRODUCTION IN ANCIENT EGYPT. FRESCO FROM THE TOMB OF NAHAT BENI-AMON DATING FROM THE 14TH. C. B.C. ON THE RIGHT OF THE
RFM1X1H1–Clothing in ancient Egypt in the new kingdom around 1530 BC, from left, civilization of civil servants or private persons, one of the mourners, lady in coat, noble man with shirt, small apron, necklace and wig then a lower official or servant of the king, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the 19th century
RMB9JPFY–Shabti figure of Ramses IV Musee du Louvre Museum interior Paris France Europe EU
RFF0FAYW–Collage and painted elaboration from engravings middle '800, representing Ancient Egypt warriors going to battle
RMG3W306–Ancient Egypt. Stele of Haremheb, head of the Army to reign Tutankhamen. The deceased adoring three gods Detail Atum. Limestone. 14th-13th century BC. New Kigndom (18th Dynasty). Saqqara. The State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg. Russia.
RMDE63EB–The royal family: Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their children, ca 1350 BC. Artist: Ancient Egypt
RMABJKRG–Great Temple of Karnak at Thebes in ancient Egypt restored view. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJGYRHM–Trading in ancient Egypt. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMCWB312–Painting of serving maidens from the tomb of Rekhmire in Thebes, Egypt
RMG3B178–Ancient Egypt - Gold Ores
RMPJPNY7–Egyptian painting, on a funerary box, representing Bakimen, scribe of the Treasury of Amun, worshipping Osiris and Isis. c.1296-1069 BC.
RMRJRFBR–Abydos, one of the oldest cities of ancient Egypt; Abydos temple
RMERGJAH–History of Paper: Papyrus in Ancient Egypt. Illustration from Liebig collectible card (Italian series title: 'Storia della
RMP68WGP–(Detail from) The Flight into Egypt 1883 by Edwin Long 1829-1891. Egyptian children offer Shabti figures to a mother and child
RMG169RW–Jean-Nicholas Huyot (December 25, 1780 - August 2, 1840) was a French architect, best known for his 1823 continuation of work on the Arc de Triomphe from the plans of Jean Chalgrin. Following his study in Rome, between 1817 and 1821 he traveled in Asia Mi
RFRM79AN–Khepri ancient Egypt divinity in front of a wall with hieroglyphs
RFDJ7R6K–Pre Christian BC Ancient Egypt Court Official and Fan Bearer
RMFAMM3B–Cruise boats boating along the Nile river in Aswan southern Egypt
RMRY98JG–Village near Assouan, Egypt, engraving 1879
RMB9JCTR–Cooking and making bread ancient egyptian painted freeze Musee du Louvre Museum Paris France Europe
RME25X7E–Embalsaming. Ancient Egypt. Engraving. 19th century. Later colouration.
RMKH95KW–Great Hypostyle Hall, Karnak, Egypt, 19th century colour lithograph
RMPRHMHF–Rural residential house in ancient Egypt,
RMHT18HX–Bracelet with the Eye of Horus, 943-922 BC. Artist: Ancient Egypt
RMBMW8KF–The tomb of Nakht, royal astronomer of the 18th Pharaonic dynasty in ancient Egypt
RMA36RAG–Boats on the Nile River approaching Tanis in ancient Egypt as it appeared in the time of Moses. Hand-colored woodcut
RMJHK6WM–Embalming a body in ancient Egypt. This was done by removing organs, ridding the body of moisture, and covering the body with natron. After the painting by Ambrose Dudley (1867-1951). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMCWB32A–Painting of workers making bricks from the tomb of Rekhmire, Thebes, Egypt
RMMHMMRG–Workers building a temple or palace for a Pharaoh in Ancient Egypt. Date: Unknown, poss. 1920s
RMAHNDXE–Egypt, The Colussi of Memnon on the west bank of the Nile. The burial place of Amenhotep III
RMDYEBHY–Mask of Tutankhamen's mummy, the popular icon for ancient Egypt at The Egyptian Museum. Tutankhamen (alternatively spelled with Tutankhamen). Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (ruled ca. 1332 BC – 1323 BC in the conventional chronology), during the period of Egyptian history known as the New Kingdom.
RFM1X1JH–Clothing in Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, Late Period, Ramesses, Ramses II, 1324-1258 BC, on the chariot, the king as an archer, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the 19th century
RMBN4PNT–Bas relief carving of Hatshepsut's Journey to the land of Punt (Somalia), Temple of Hatshepsut, Luxor, Upper Egypt
RMG169PX–The Papyrus of Ani is a papyrus manuscript written in cursive hieroglyphs and illustrated with color miniatures created in the 19th dynasty of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt. The 'Book of the Dead' for scribe Ani from Thebes is the manuscript called the
RFRM79BW–wall with ancient Egypt hieroglyphics
RMAYMXG9–Huge Sun Temple of Abu Simbel decorated by 20-metre height colossi of Ramesses II near Aswan, Egypt
RMFAPR78–Temple of Hathor in Philae temple complex on Agilkia island in the reservoir of the Aswan Low Dam Egypt
RME0A0MM–Ancient Egypt. Embalsaming. Cyclopedia of Universal History, 1885. Engraving. Later colouration. Ritual.
RMB9JD1Y–ancient egyptian mummy interior Musee du Louvre Museum Paris France Europe EU
RF2BHPKH1–Vector illustration symbols of ancient Egypt.
RMB424NC–Ancient Egypt featured in 2008 Toronto Chinese Lantern Festival featuring craft lanterns from Zigong Sichuan China
RMCNTW9X–Sunrise, Valley of the Kings Luxor Egypt
RMA64PPA–Fishing with nets in ancient Egypt. Hand-colored woodcut
RMB911M1–Pastime in Ancient Egypt Three Thousand Years Ago
RMCWB31M–Painting of farmers harvesting wheat from the tomb of Nahkt, Thebes, Egypt
RMA9XDWD–Funeral Ancient Egypt
RMAGW2G9–Egypt, the Ramasseum, on the west bank. The remains of giant statues at entrance. The subject of shelley's poem Ozymandias.
RMG2MWYK–Ancient Egyptian plaque, playing instruments.
RFM1X1HP–Clothing in ancient Egypt in the new kingdom around 1530 BC, from left, woman with harp in long shirt dress, woman with tambourine, slave with clay jug, leather sack, collar and pubic belt, slave with a light scarf and a mourning woman from a funeral procession, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the 19th century
RFBG6YF4–Original illustration of an ancient Egyptian Ankh lying in the sand