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Offering to the Aten

Inside a dark chapel with only a narrow aperture to let in the sunlight, the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti makes an offering to the sun god Aten. 117 more words


New statue discovered depicting Queen Tiye, King Amenhotep III's wife

Egypt Independent

The European Archeological Mission has discovered an alabaster statue that they say probably depicts Queen Tiye, the wife of King Amenhotep III, during an excavation mission at Kom Al-Hitan in Luxor. 186 more words


66 statues of Pharaonic goddess Sekhmet discovered in Luxor

Since the beginning of the year, the German archaeological mission operating at the King Amenhotep III Temple area in Luxor has discovered parts from 66 statues of the Pharaonic goddess Sekhmet, the Antiquities Ministry’s official Facebook page reported on Wednesday. 257 more words


Wrath of Sekhmet

Sekhmet, the Egyptian goddess of war, has just gone through a destructive rampage. One Egyptian story claims that the sun god Ra sent Sekhmet down to punish some mortals who conspired against him, but when her rampage went out of control to the point of nearly destroying humanity, Ra had to get her drunk with beer dyed red to look like blood. 28 more words


Black History Month: Kemet

‘Kemet’ was one of the ancient names given to the country that later became known as ‘Egypt’. However, more recently ‘Kemet’ implies an African-focused approach to the study of the ancient culture. 108 more words

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No Way as the Way

​My way might not be your way.

But it’s okay, it’s alright.

Your way might not be my way

But it’s okay, It’s alright
Yea, I used to go to church… 372 more words

Isis from Age of Mythology Redrawn...Again

Around a year ago I drew my version of the Egyptian goddess Isis as she was portrayed in the RTS game Age of Mythology. But since I’ve grown embarrassed at how I drew people and their anatomy back in those days, I’ve taken another shot at the same theme.