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I have pretty much been in love with anything Ancient Egyptian my whole life! mInnermost funerary coffin of King Tut Ankh Amon, Museum of Egyptian Antiquities ~ Tahrir Square, al-Qāhira (Cairo), Egypt.

Ka statue of Pharaoh Tutankhamun; 18th dynasty. The statue provided a resting place for the ka. The ka was one of five components that made up the soul. It was believed to be the "vital essence" that animates the body and gives a human being life.

Ka statue of Pharaoh Tutankhamun; The statue provided a resting place for the ka. The ka was one of five components that made up the soul. It was believed to be the "vital essence" that animates the body and gives a human being life.

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Chapter 2 Part 2 Eye makeup in Egyptian culture was worn mainly by royalty and leaders. Eyes were thought to protect against illness and were a part of their spiritual beliefs.

scented oils were placed on top of the wigs

Women in Ancient Egypt - Servant attending ladies with cones made of wax. That melted and then kept the ladies cool as it slowly dripped. These cones were made of animal fats, precious oils, and fragrances.

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Natural dyes were optained from vegetable sources, and Egypt was not all…

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*EGYPT ~ Queen Ahmose Nefertari of Ancient Egypt was a Queen of Egypt, daughter of Seqenenre Tao II+Ahhotep I, +royal sister+the great royal wife of pharaoh, Ahmose I.

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Bastet, here shown as a cat-headed goddess, was a powerful protective figure who also was known for her fertility.

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