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  • 1. Map of
    Ancient
    Egypt
  • 2.
  • 3. Rosetta Stone, Carved letters (Phonogram) and figures (ideograms)
    Black Basalt, built into a wall in Rashid, (Rosetta) Egypt, 196 BCE
  • 4. Canopic JarsOf Neshkons c.1300 BCE
    The New Kingdom
  • 5. The step pyramid funerary complexfor King Zoster, Saqqara, Egypt. c.2630-2611 BCE Old Kingdom. Funerary complex for King Zoster.
  • 6. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt c.2551-2472 BCE, The Old Kingdom,
    Fourth Dynasty
  • 7. Colossal statue of Khafre, known as the Great Sphinx, Giza, Egypt, c. 2520-2494 BCE, The Old Kingdom
  • 8. Seated Statue of Khafre from Giza,
    c. 2540-2494 BCE,
    The Old Kingdom
  • 9. Menkaure and Queen Khamerernebty from Giza, c.2490-2472 BCE
    Old Kingdom
  • 10. Seated Scribe from Saqqara, c2551-2528
    The Old Kingdom
  • 11. Prince Rahotep and his wife Nofret, c.2551-2528,
    The Old Kingdom, Dynasties 3-6
  • 12. Middle Kingdom
    c. 1991-1700 BCE
  • 13. Lady Senuwy [Sennuwy],
    c. 1971-1926 BCE
    The Middle Kingdom
    Twelfth Dynasty
  • 14. Painted coffin of Djehuty-nekht, from Bersheh,
    c. 1971-1926 BCE,
    The Middle Kingdom
  • 15. SesostrisI from Lisht,
    c. 1971-1926 BCE
    Twelfth Dynasty
    The Middle Kingdom
  • 16. Sesostris I, from Lisht,
    c. 1971-1926 BCE
    The Twelfth Dynasty
    The Middle Kingdom
  • 17. The New Kingdom (c. 1550-1070 BCE)
  • 18. Colossal columns with papyrus reed represent Lower Egypt
    Colossal columns
    With lotus represent Upper Egypt
  • 19. Hatshepsut as Pharaoh
    c. 1473-1458 BCE
    Eighteenth Dynasty
    New Kingdom
  • 20. Statue of Senenmut and Neferure,
    c. 1473-1458 BCE
    Eighteenth Dynasty, The New Kingdom
  • 21. Funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut Deir el-Bahri, Egypt, c.1504-1492 BCE,Eighteenth Dynasty, The New Kingdom
  • 22. Nebamun hunting birds, from the tomb of Nebamun, Thebes, Egypt, c. 1390-1352 BCE
    The New Kingdom
  • 23.
    • Opening of the Mouth Ceremony from the Book of the Dead of Hunefer, c. 1295-1186 BCE, Nineteenth Dynasty, The New Kingdom
  • King and Queen of Punt, From Hatsheput’s funerary temple,
    Deir el Bahri, Egyptian, c.1473-1458 BCE)
    The New Kingdom
  • 24. The Amarna Period
    (c. 1349-1336)
    Hieroglyph ankh for sun rising
  • 25.
    • Holds the crook and flail of Egyptian royalty
    Akhenaten, from Karnak, Egypt,
    c.1353-1350 BCE
    The Amarna Period
    • Holds the crook and flail of Egyptian royalty
  • Bust of Nefertiti (side and back views), 1349-1336 BCE
    Amarna Period
  • 26.
    • Akhenaten Nefertiti and their children
    • 27. 1349-1336 BCE
    Amarna Period
    ,
  • 28. Mask of Tutankhamon,
    c. 1327 BCE
    New Kingdom
    Tutankhamon’s
    Tomb
  • 29. Canopic coffinette,
    (c. 1327)
    New Kingdom
    Tutankhamon’s
    Tomb
  • 30. Early Kush, Nubia
    c. 3100-2890 BCE
    Early Dynastic Period
    Dynasties 1-2
  • 31. Nubian eggshell vessels, (c. 3100-2890 BCE)
    Early Dynastic Period
    Dynasties 1-2 ,
  • 32. Presentation of Nubian tribute to Tutankhamon
    (restored) Tomb chapel of Huy, Thebes, (c.1336-1327) BCE
  • 33. Temple of Ramses II, Abu Simbel, Nubia,(c. 1279-1213) BCE