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Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), 1st chamber E. wall; 8th register (middle), MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Relief Fragment , "hr" hieroglyph, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Relief Fragment , "hr" hieroglyph, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

Probably from Upper Egypt, Thebes; From Egypt New Kingdom

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Libyan Desert Lower Paleolithic Period

Wedjat Amulet, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–664 BC)

Wedjat Amulet, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–664 BC)

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Pit, Burial 3 (Tiye), on mummy, MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb

See 25.3.19. From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb MMA 60, Chamber B, Burial of Henettawy C (4), MMA excavations, 1923–24 Third Intermediate Period

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Funerary Cone, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Funerary Cone, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes New Kingdom

Amulet, ba bird, Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, 332 BCE – 642 CE

Amulet, ba bird, Egypt, Greco-Roman Period, 332 BCE – 642 CE

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Neferu (TT 319, MMA 31), MMA excavations Roman Period

Figurine Fragment of a Man's Head

Figurine Fragment of a Man's Head

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Asasif, MMA excavations Ptolemaic Period

Funerary Cone of the Overseer of Scribes Ineni

Funerary Cone of the Overseer of Scribes Ineni

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Asasif, 17-18th Dynasty Cemetery, near tomb 2, MMA excavations, 1912–13 New Kingdom

Funerary Cone of Baki, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Funerary Cone of Baki, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, surface find, MMA excavations, 1912–13; Said to be from Dra Abu el-Naga New Kingdom

Funerary Cone of the Scribe Wadjmose

Funerary Cone of the Scribe Wadjmose

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Khokha, Tomb of Puyemre (TT 39), courtyard, MMA excavations, 1915 New Kingdom

Bow, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Bow, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, Carnarvon/Carter excavations New Kingdom

Bowl of Fat, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Bowl of Fat, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Foundation Deposit 5 (E), MMA excavations, 1923–24 New Kingdom

Canopic Jar of Maruta, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Canopic Jar of Maruta, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

see 18.8.5a, b From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III New Kingdom

Inlay, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Inlay, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Inlay, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Inlay, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Funerary Cone of Sheshonq, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Funerary Cone of Sheshonq, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Egypt Exploration Fund excavations Late Period

Funerary Cone of the Scribe Min

Funerary Cone of the Scribe Min

See 09.185.6 From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Khokha, Tomb MMA H 1 A, MMA excavations, 1911 New Kingdom

Sunk relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Sunk relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), Lunette, 2nd chamber, MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Hatshepsut Hole, Hathor Shrine, MMA excavations, 1922–23 New Kingdom

Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Hatshepsut Hole, Hathor Shrine, MMA excavations, 1922–23 New Kingdom

Scarab, Egypt, Early New Kingdom 1550 - 1070 BCE

Scarab, Egypt, Early New Kingdom 1550 - 1070 BCE

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Asasif, Tomb CC 43, Burial 12, Carnarvon excavations Second Intermediate Period–Early New Kingdom

Scarab Inscribed with the Throne Name of Thutmose III

Scarab Inscribed with the Throne Name of Thutmose III

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Foundation Deposit 7 (G), MMA excavations, 1926–27 New Kingdom

Shabti Box of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti Box of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Shabti of Siptah, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Shabti of Siptah, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Siptah (KV 47), Davis excavations, 1912 New Kingdom, Ramesside

Tally Stone of Hatshepsut, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Tally Stone of Hatshepsut, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes New Kingdom

Pot Stand, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Pot Stand, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Senenmut (TT 353), Foundation deposit 2, 5a, scattered, MMA excavations, 1926–27 New Kingdom

Votive menat fragment, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Votive menat fragment, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Hatshepsut Hole, MMA excavations, 1923–24 New Kingdom

Finger stall, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Finger stall, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III New Kingdom

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), 1st chamber E. wall; 5th register, S. side, MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

Raised relief fragment, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Nespekashuty (TT 312, MMA 509), 1st chamber W. wall; 2nd register, MMA excavations, 1922–23 Late Period, Saite

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Roller, Egypt, The Middle Kingdom - Early New Kingdom 2040 - 1550 BCE

Roller, Egypt, The Middle Kingdom - Early New Kingdom 2040 - 1550 BCE

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Khokha, Tomb MMA 830, MMA excavations Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Libyan Desert Lower Paleolithic Period

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

Tool, Egypt, Lower Paleolithic Period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.)

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Libyan Desert Lower Paleolithic Period

Votive Menat fragments, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC

Votive Menat fragments, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550 -1070 BC

From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Hatshepsut Hole, Hathor Shrine, MMA excavations, 1922–23 New Kingdom

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