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Group of alabaster objects from a tomb at Hagara. Middle Kingdom, Egypt c.1887-1750 BC

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*EGYPT ~ Group of objects from a tomb at Haraga (four cosmetic vessels, a spoon).

Spherical Jar Inscribed with Hatshepsut's Titles as Queen. ca. 1492–1473 B.C.This small spherical ointment jar is inscribed:  "King's Daughter, King's Sister, God's Wife, King's Great Wife (principal queen), Hatshepsut, may she live and endure like Re forever."

Spherical Jar Inscribed with Hatshepsut's Titles as Queen Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty early Reign: reign of Thutmose II to Year 7 of Thutmose III Date: ca.

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2290 BCE (Old Kingdom) Alabaster Vessel of Pepi When an Egyptian king reigned for thirty years, he performed a ritual renewal; it reads in part "First day of the Sed-festival.

Opaque turquoise-blue glass 'Kohl' jar with separate cover, bordered with sheet gold. 18th dynasty. Reign of Thutmose II | The British Museum

Opaque turquoise-blue glass 'Kohl' jar with separate cover, bordered with sheet gold. Reign of Thutmose II

Funerary Boat Being Rowed [Egyptian] (20.3.5) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Model Paddling Boat

Funerary Boat being Rowed Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12 Reign: reign of Amenemhat I, early Date: ca.

Bottle and lid naming Thutmose III,18th Dynasty New Kingdom Egypt(1479-1425)Alabaster,found in the tomb of the foreign wives of Thutmose III.  C.metmuseum

Egyptian alabaster Bottle and lid naming Thutmose Dynasty in the tomb of the foreign wives of Thutmose III

Cosmetic Vessel (Beaker), c. 1859-1814 BC Egypt, Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Amenemhat III, 1918-1884 BC obsidian and gold, Diameter - w:4.20 cm (w:1 5/8 inches) Overall - h:4.90 cm (h:1 7/8 inches) Diameter of base - w:2.60 cm (w:1 inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

Obsidian and gold Cosmetic Vessel (Beaker).Ancient Egypt, Middle Kingdom,Dynasty Reign of Amenemhat III, B.

Egypt, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, 2573-2454 BC, anorthosite gneiss, Diameter - w:10.80 cm (w:4 1/4 inches) Diameter of mouth - w:9.10 cm (w:3 9/16 inches) Overall - h:6.40 l:14.00 cm (h:2 1/2 l:5 1/2 inches). Bequest of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. and various donors by exchange 1985.108

Spouted Bowl, c. BC Egypt, Old Kingdom, Dynasty BC; anorthosite gneiss, Diameter - cm inches) Diameter of mouth - cm inches) Overall - cm inches). Cleveland Museum of Art

Egyptian Canopic Jar Ca 400-200 BC. Containers like thes held the deceased's lungs, stomach, liver, and intestines. The jackal, Daumetef, is guardian of the stomach.

Canopic Jar - c. Canopic jars were used by ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the viscera of their owner for the afterlife.

Wide-necked jar and lid naming Thutmose III excavated from the tomb of Menhet, Menwi, and Merti, three foreign wives of the pharoah Thutmose III (c.1475-1425BC). They were semitic princesses from the Levant, and each one held the title of King's wife. Despite the sumptuous jewelry discovered in their tomb, the absence of the vulture motif on their headdresses indicates they were only minor members of the royal harem.

Wide-necked Jar & Lid Naming Thutmose III -- Circa BCE -- Egypt, Dynasty 18 -- Vitreous substance & gold -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Staetite toilet vase Inscriped with the name of sealbearer Kemes (last 3 readable sign from bottom). The vase was used to contain kohl, or black eye-paint. It is 3.3cm high and 3.1cm in diameter. From Lisht, Memphite area, Upper Egypt. Egyptian, Middle Kingdom, dynasty 12, 1850 - 1775 BC. Source: Metropolitan Museum

Toilet Vase inscribed with the name of Seal Bearer Kemes Late Dynasty-Early Dynasty Middle Kingdom This small vessel - used most probably as a container for eye paint (kohl) - imitates the.

Kohl Jar, from Brooklyn Museum Medium: Egyptian alabaster Place Excavated: Tomb D303, Abydos, Egypt Dates: ca. 1938-1700 B.C.E. Dynasty: XII Dynasty-early XIII Dynasty Period: Middle Kingdom Dimensions: 1 5/16 x 1 3/16 in.

Kohl Jar, from Brooklyn Museum Medium: Egyptian alabaster Place Excavated: Tomb Abydos, Egypt Dates: ca. Dynasty: XII Dynasty-early XIII Dynasty Period: Middle Kingdom Dimensions: 1 x 1 in.