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- Photograph of the bust of Nefertiti, crafted in 1345 BCE
- Photograph of hieroglyphs from the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I, 13th century BCE
- Painting of farmer plowing with a yoke of horned cattle-painting from the burial chamber of Sennedjem, circa 1200 BCE
- Vignette from the Book of the Dead of Penmaat; a priest of Amun, Penmaat is shown burning incense and displaying the shaved head required for priestly purity. Circa 950 BCE.
- Farming scenes from a tomb showing workers plowing the fields, harvesting crops, and threshing grain; copy of a 15th century BC picture
- Lithograph of the decorated pillars of the temple at Karnac, Thebes, Egypt, 1846
- Photograph of the Sphinx and Cheops Pyramid, 1901
- Photograph showing excavation of Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings, 1922
- Photograph of archaeologist Howard Carter opening the innermost shrine of King Tutankhamun’s tomb near Luxor, Egypt, 1922
- Photograph of a mummy from the Egyptian collection at the British Museum in London, England, 2004
- Photograph of a typical Naqada II jar (from the Predynastic Period) decorated with gazelles, 2004
- Photograph of slab showing ancient Egyptian medical instruments, including bone saws, suction cups, knives and scalpels, retractors, scales, lances, chisels and dental tools, 2005
- Photograph of the Giza pyramids, 2006
- Photograph of Temple of Horus at Edfu, 2006
- Slab showing two figures of the Egyptian god Hapi tying papyrus and reed plants in the sema tawy symbol for the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, 2009
- Photograph of statue of Egyptian goddess Bastet, 2012
- Photograph of tile depicting the Eye of Horus, the ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health, 2012
- Photograph of troop of funerary servant figurines (ushabtis) in an ancient Egyptian tomb, 2013
- Photograph of the entrance to the Luxor Temple, constructed approximately 1400 BCE; photo taken 2015
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