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Queen Amanishakheto of Nubia, was a Kandake (Kandake or Kentake, also Candace, was the title for queens and queen mothers of the ancient African Kingdom of Kush, known as Nubia and Ethiopia)

Queen Amanishakheto of Nubia, was a Kandake (Kandake or Kentake, also Candace, was the title for queens and queen mothers of the ancient African Kingdom of Kush, known as Nubia and Ethiopia)

This is one of the most magnificent inscribed and painted sarcophagi from the Middle Kingdom. It is made for the General Sepi of the fifteenth nome of Upper Egypt. The exterior sides of the wooden sarcophagus are decorated with painted hieroglyphs depicting the names, titles, and offering formula. Two Udjat eyes are located at the top of the false door that is depicted on the side, to which the mask of the anthropoid coffin is turned. The interior decoration is entirely painted.

This is one of the most magnificent inscribed and painted sarcophagi from the Middle Kingdom. It is made for the General Sepi of the fifteenth nome of Upper Egypt. The exterior sides of the wooden sarcophagus are decorated with painted hieroglyphs depicting the names, titles, and offering formula. Two Udjat eyes are located at the top of the false door that is depicted on the side, to which the mask of the anthropoid coffin is turned. The interior decoration is entirely painted.

Coffin of Khnum Nakht. Feet extreme with inscriptions referring to Nephtys. XIII Dynasty. Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York. Ancient Egypt

Coffin of Khnum Nakht. Feet extreme with inscriptions referring to Nephtys. Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York.

An African adversary carved on the lower end of a ceremonial cane, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

A bound adversary carved on the lower end of a ceremonial cane, from the tomb of the Nesi (Pharaoh) Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings,

Kmt circumcision.Ancient Egyptians just like other Africans,circumcised their teenagers as a right of passage..as initiation into adulthood.This type of circumcision is uniquely African..It is very different from the Semitic circumcision which involves the circumcision of infants..Even though there are African tribes that traditionally circumcised infants too..The circumcision of teenagers as a right of passage is uniquely African.

Circumcision in ancient Egypt. Sixth Dynasty BCE) tomb artwork in Egypt has been thought to be the oldest documentary evidence of circumcision, the most ancient depiction being a bas-relief from the necropolis at Saqqara (c.

Senenmut holding Princess Neferure, Dynasty 18, Reign of Queen Hatshepsut

Senenmut holding Princess Neferure, Dynasty Reign of Queen Hatshepsut

Una de las enfermeras más antiguas de la historia, se llama Sitsnefru pertenece a la Dinastía XII (1980 a 1790 a. C.) Sit Snefru fue una enfermera que acompañó a la familia a la que sirvió hasta Adana, por eso la vestimenta de oriente próximo.

Statue of the Nurse Sitsnefru Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Date: ca. 1900 B. Geography: Turkey, Anatolia, Adana Medium: Gabbro or diabase, paint