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KAIRÓ Zene: Ravel - Bolero
From Tutankhamun’s treasures
Wooden chest with coloured ivory panels
Tutankhamun and his wife
Deir el Bahari
Alabaster canopic jars
Alabaster perfume vase
Tutankhamun and Menkau Re
The innermost coffin Sarcophagus
Golden statue of Horus
Golden statue of the god Anubis
Golden statues of Egyptian gods
Golden funerary mask of Tutankhamun
Gold sheet collar
Ravel - Bolero Sphinx Tutanhamun as a sphinx killer.
Gyuri Zene: Ravel - Bolero 1 2 Swinks szobor 3.
Une façon un peu rapide de découvrir une partie du contenu de ce magnifique musée, incontournable !. Gyuri Musique: Ravel - Bolero.
Gyönyörû tárgyakat, ékszereket fogtok látni itt.Azt írják,hogy sok sírt kifosztottak,de ezeket meg tudták menteni. Gyuri Zene: Ravel - Bolero.
Cairo Museum of Egyptian Antiquities Music: Mystical journey (harp performance)
THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMEN. The Burial Chamber It’s the only room in the entire structure that is decorated 3 pictures of Tutankhamen are seen as well as.
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Who Was He? Born around 1341 BC Become king around age 8 Reigned for 9 years Died mysteriously at age 17 Became famous because his tomb was discovered.
Ancient Egyptian Art Dawn Deming, Art I Reference: Mrs. Kraft, poweropint 2001 Ancient Egyptian Art.
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Egyptian Art. Map of Ancient Egypt Dynasties of Egypt Pre-Dynastic Early Dynastic Old Kingdom Middle Kingdom New Kingdom Conquered by the Assyrians in.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three Name of Museum Visit the Curator.
Egypt The Geometry of the Immortal. The pantheon of Egyptian gods.
Fowling scene from the tomb of Nebamun (Thebes, Egypt), c BCE, fresco on dry plaster The Temple of Nebamun has some of the best preserved mural.
The Egyptians. Mummification The Egyptians believed in life after death and in order for the person to live after death their body needed to be preserved.
Tutankhamen This Egyptian Pharaoh was born with the name of Tutankhamen – the living image of the God Aton - the origins of Tutankhamen are still mysterious,
The Treasures of King Tut. King Tutankhamen's Tomb.
The Opening of Tutankhamun’s tomb A reconstruction relay.
Coach DzialoJacobs HS Algonquin IL. A View of Egypt by Satellite.
TUTANKHAMUN'S NAME The name "Tutankhamun" is derived from the hieroglyphs which translate as Tut-ankh- amun meaning the "Living Image of Amun." Today,
Afterlife was very important for Egyptians. A lot of their lifetime activities were linked to afterlife! AFTERLIFE.
The Art of Ancient Egypt. Some Facts About Egyptian Beliefs Egypt’s rulers were divine kings, sons of the sun god, Ra (or Re). These sons (the rulers)
By isobel the period started in 3000bc. it is still there today.
The Excavation of King Tut’s Tomb By Ruby Farrier.
Art. Key Terms Funerary Mask Sarcophagus Conventions Ka.
17. EGYPTIAN DAILY LIFE Main Contributions Daily life ( Dress, Jewelry, food) social classes Map (main cities, Landforms such as rivers, deserts, etc.)
EGYPTIAN DAILY LIFE Dress, Jewelry, food houses Roles (Men and Women) social classes Map (main cities, Landforms such as rivers, deserts, etc.) Religion.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three Pharaoh Brown Museum of Egypt Visit the Curator.
Coach Harken. A View of Egypt by Satellite The Fertile Nile Valley.
18 November November 2013 Bellringer: Rosetta Stone – Last page of your packet (4 – 5 sent long) Valley of the Kings & King Tut – Why switch to.
Ancient Egypt The gift of the Nile. Nile River The Nile is surrounded by deserts. But the land near the river is perfect for farming. The Nile also was.
Ancient Egypt By Ms. Walsh. The Nile River Flooded every year Provided fertile soil for crops Was the “ Lifeline ” for Egypt Transportation Route.
1. Which river flows through Egypt? 2. What is a benefit of the natural barriers around Egypt?
PRESENTS A Powerpoint presentation inspired by the greatest archeological event ever ….
Ancient Egypt. Egyptian Funerary Masks The Egyptians had several ways to make sure the ka (a symbol of the reception of the life powers from each man.
Ancient Egypt. Egyptian Funerary Masks The Egyptians had several ways to make sure the ka could recognize its own body. After the mummy was wrapped,
17 November 2015 EQ – What items were found in tomb’s & what were they used for? 17 November 2015 EQ – What items were found in tomb’s & what were they.
Unit 10: What can we find out about ancient Egypt from what has survived?
The first mummies were just dried out in the desert. The ancient Egyptians buried their dead in small pits in the desert. The heat and dryness of.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three The Museum of King Tut Visit the Curator.
Sumerian Babylonian Assyrian Persian Egyptian Iraq, Iran, Egypt 3500 BCE BCE.
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three PJ’s Museum Visit the Curator.
Egyptian Gods Pyramids Egyptian System Mummification.
Mummification & Afterlife. Mummification Ancient Egyptians mummified the bodies of their dead royalty. It was very important to their religious beliefs.
Ancient Egypt Art and Architecture through the Middle Kingdom.
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