Presentation on theme: "Glory of Egypt G l o r y o f E g y p t * Discover Pharaonic Egypt *"— Presentation transcript:
Glory of Egypt G l o r y o f E g y p t * Discover Pharaonic Egypt *
Early Dynastic Old Kingdom Middle Kingdom New Kingdom Late Dynastic Greco- Roman 1 IP 2 IP Pre history 3 IP Daily life Gods Top 30 Jewellery Language Hidden tresors Furniture Animals Social life
Royal Couple in a Garden (Semenkhkare and Meritaten?)
Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and the Royal Princesses: Aten, the Solar Disk, blessing the Royal family; detail of sunk relief fragment from Tell el-Amarna, ca. 1350 B.C. [Dynasty XVIII] Akhenaten
Stela of a Western Asiatic soldier, his wife, and his servant Many ordinary people -- court officials, artisans, workers, soldiers -- accompanied the royal family to the new city at Amarna. Here a soldier and his wife relax at home, seated comfortably on stools. His spear is propped behind him, and a servant assists him in drinking beer through a bent tube, a device for straining out the dregs. The soldier, dressed in Western Asiatic style, may be a recruit from Egypt's widespread empire. His wife appears to be Egyptian, suggesting that intermarriage occurred in the cosmopolitan society of Amarna.
Tutankhamun from the back of his gold throne. Tutankhamun
Kiya, a lesser wife of Akhenaten who was probably Tutankhamun's mother. Tutankhamun
Akhenaten - Private stela Traditionally placed in tombs or temples, private stelae or memorial tablets were rare at Amarna. Four individuals appear here; their positions at Amarna and even their relationship to each other are not stated. Two men, named Menena and Yaya, sit on elaborate stools, across from two women, Tashety and Mery
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