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An Ivory Comb from Naqada II. And it was at this time when there was a propensity for cultural-territorial encroachment and development at all levels of specialization (ideological, technological, artistic, political-organizative, commercial, spiritu

The Architecture and Art of Egypt (Kemet): The Etching and Encryption of Dynasties I to IV

An Ivory Comb from Naqada II.

Hair Comb Decorated with Rows of Wild Animals Period: Predynastic, Late Naqada III Date: ca. 3200–3100 B.C. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Ivory

Hair Comb Decorated with Rows of Wild Animals Period: Predynastic, Late Naqada III Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Ivory Dimensions: h.

kEMETIC GOODESS

*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.

Ahmose-Nefertari of Ancient Egypt was the first Queen of the 18th Dynasty. She was a daughter of Seqenenre Tao II and Ahhotep I, and royal sister and the great royal wife of pharaoh, Ahmose I. She was the mother of king Amenhotep I and may have served as his regent when he was young. Ahmose-Nefertari was deified after her death.

"Queen Ahmose-Nefertari – The most venerated figure in the history of Ancient Egypt"<<<Never heard of her.

Couteau de Gebel el-Arak. L'avant du manche. Scène de bataille sur 4 registres. Présence de navires sur les 2 registres du bas

Gebel el Arak Knife Ivory (hippopotamus canine) and flintstone blade. Circa 3300 - 3200 BC From Gebel el-Arak, South of Abydos

Stele of Baki From Deir el-Medina 19th dynasty, reign of Seti I and Rameses II, around  1290-1279 BC Limestone

Deir el-Medina stelae in the Egyptian Museum in Turin

Naqada II pot with boat scene The Naqada culture is an archaeological culture of Chalcolithic Predynastic Egypt (ca. 4400–3000 BC), named for the town of Naqada, Qena Governorate.

Naqada II pot with boat scene The Naqada culture is an archaeological culture of Chalcolithic Predynastic Egypt (ca. BC), named for the town of Naqada, Qena Governorate.

Abu Simbel - Ramses II Temple - Statue of Egyptian Queen Nefertari

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The Egyptians had many gods and goddesses. The early tombs were mastabas, rectangular structures of mud brick, with slightly sloping walls. By the end of Dynasty II, the interiors of royal mastabas were being constructed of cut stone.

Tomb of Ipuy, Theban tomb (TT217), Dyn 19, reign of Ramses II

Tomb of Ipuy, Dyn reign of Ramses II - check out the little dog :)

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