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Cairo Museum of Egyptian Antiquities Music: Mystical journey (harp performance)
Funerary chamber of Tutankhamun
Bust of Pharaoh Akhenaten (1379-1362 BC)
Golden throne of Tutankhamun
Case holding the canopic jars of Tutankhamun
Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their daughters
Gold funerary mask of King Tutankhamen
second sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen
Inner coffin of King Tutankhamun
Golden statue of Horus
Anubis, the jackal-headed god associated with mummification.
Tutankhamun and his wife, Ankhesenpamon.
Boat for transportation on the Nile
Amon and Mut the parents of the moon god Khonsu
Marble bust of a pharaoh.
jarres canopes en albâtre
Alabaster perfume jar
Head of a falcon
Collar of worked gold
Necklace of worked gold
Tutankhamun and Menkaret... Figure of the king wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt, wrapped in a shroud carried on the head of the goddess Menkaret.
Wooden case with decorated ivory panels
Canopic jars were used during mummification to hold the internal organs.
Platform to hold offerings
Statue of Ramses II
Pharaoh Sesostris III
Statue of a vizir
Statue of Iai-ib and Khuaut. Giza; Fourth Dynasty (ca. 2575–2465 B.C.E.). Painted limestone;
Brasseuse found in the mastaba of Merseânkh
A golden diadem fronted by the image of the God Serapis (from Dush)
Golden bracelet with an orange agate medallion dates back to the 2nd century A.D
Ceremonial axe of King Ahmosis
pair of gold ear rings
Bracelet of Ramsès II
A pectoral ornament with a scarab beetle
Twisted gold bracelet decorated with lions heads
diadem of the Princess Sat-Hathor-Yunet.
Statuette of the god Bes
Procession of servants
Chariot of Toutankhamon
Music : mystical-journey (harp) Translation: Gerry Neufeld Photographic credits : Alfred Molon and Antoine Kuipers
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