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Nefertiti and Thutmose III

A doodle of the famous Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, who was the consort to the “heretic” Pharaoh Akhenaten.

If you’re going to do traditional drawing, I highly recommend investing in a paper tortillon (or blending stump) to make your shading and value look smoother. 152 more words

Artwork

Is Queen Nefertiti hiding in a chamber behind King Tutankhamun’s tomb?

By Rohan Smith

IN the walls of the tomb where King Tutankhamun was discovered is, according to experts, the “greatest antiquities discovery of all time”. There’s just one problem — getting to it is almost impossible. 672 more words

Book review: Sphinx's Princess, by Esther Friesner

Friesner, Esther. Sphinx’s Princess. (Sphinx’s Princess series, #1) Random House Books for Young Readers, 2009. 384 pages. ISBN 978-0-375-95654-6. Gr. 4+. P7 Q7… 129 more words

Book Reviews

20 Facts You May Not Have Known About Queen Nefertiti

By Lisa Waugh

Nefertiti is one of the most fascinating Egyptian rulers in history. She was queen, but she was also a priestess and might have even been a pharaoh. 50 more words

Queens of the Nile

I was already interested in royalty when I discovered the Egyptian pharaohs. My parents had friends who had lived in Israel for some time and they had been visiting Egypt. 357 more words

The Netherlands

Nefertiti (2)

There are certain images which are a joy to paint and Queen Nefertiti is one of those. I’m sure I haven’t done her beauty justice but I was captivated ever since I saw the bust in a museum.

Original Acrylic Paintings.

Empires

What makes an empire? Is it money? Happiness? The amount of people?

If you think about it, people seem to think of empires as those areas with lots of people, that seem to control lots of area of land. 265 more words

Empire