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Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art

Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art

Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
Size: as Shown at Pictures. You are in front of one of the unique pieces of the ancient Egyptian antiquities, which is an Egyptian Thutmose III, carved on Stone. Thutmose III, (died 1426 BCE), king (reigned 1479-26 BCE) of the 18th dynasty, often regarded as the greatest of the rulers of ancient Egypt. Thutmose III was a skilled warrior who brought the Egyptian empire to the zenith of its power by conquering all of Syria, crossing the Euphrates (see Tigris-Euphrates river system) to defeat the Mitannians, and penetrating south along the Nile River to Napata in Sudan. He also built a great number of temples and monuments to commemorate his deeds. Thutmose III was the sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Officially, Thutmose III ruled Egypt for almost 54 years and his reign is usually dated from 28 April 1479 BC to 11 March 1425 BC, from the age of two and until his death at age fifty-six; however, during the first 22 years of his reign, he was coregent with his stepmother and aunt, Hatshepsut, who was named the pharaoh. While he was shown first on surviving monuments, both were assigned the usual royal names and insignia and neither is given any obvious seniority over the other. Thutmose served as the head of Hatshepsut’s armies. During the final two years of his reign, he appointed his son and successor, Amenhotep II, as his junior co-regent. His firstborn son and heir to the throne, Amenemhat, predeceased Thutmose III. Becoming the sole ruling pharaoh of the kingdom after the deaths of Thutmose II and Hatshepsut, he created the largest empire Egypt had ever seen; no fewer than 17 campaigns were conducted and he conquered lands from the Niya Kingdom in northern Syria to the Fourth Cataract of the Nile in Nubia. When Thutmose III died, he was buried in the Valley of the Kings, as were the rest of the kings from this period in Egypt. Whether you are a seasoned collector or a novice, this statue is a must-have addition to any collection, making a remarkable centerpiece and a conversation starter in any setting. It also makes an extraordinary and thoughtful gift for those with an interest in archaeology, anthropology, or simply the allure of the ancient world. Don’t miss this chance to own a tangible piece of the past and invite the mystical aura of ancient Egypt into your life. Experience the magic of history with the (Egyptian Thutmose III) statue – a truly extraordinary relic that beckons you to unlock the secrets of a civilization lost in time. Embrace the legacy of ancient Egyptian culture and bring home this captivating piece today! Please contact me and I will do everything to your?? satisfaction. Recommend that you see the picture well and then take your decision and take your responsibility.
Rare Antique Egyptian Statue of King Thutmose III Ancient Pharaonic Art
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MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC

MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC

MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC. Now own this rare Pharaonic piece, feel the ancient Pharaonic history and civilization, and decorate your home with it. A Simplified Historical Overview Of Hathor. Hathor was a major goddess in ancient Egyptian religion who played a wide variety of roles. As a sky deity, she was the mother or consort of the sky god Horus and the sun god Ra, both of whom were connected with kingship, and thus she was the symbolic mother of their earthly representatives, the pharaohs. She was one of several goddesses who acted as the Eye of Ra, Ra’s feminine counterpart, and in this form she had a vengeful aspect that protected him from his enemies. Her beneficent side represented music, dance, joy, love, sexuality, and maternal care, and she acted as the consort of several male deities and the mother of their sons. These two aspects of the goddess exemplified the Egyptian conception of femininity. Hathor crossed boundaries between worlds, helping deceased souls in the transition to the afterlife. Hathor was often depicted as a cow, symbolizing her maternal and celestial aspect, although her most common form was a woman wearing a headdress of cow horns and a sun disk. She could also be represented as a lioness, a cobra, or a sycamore tree. With the patronage of Old Kingdom rulers she became one of Egypt’s most important deities. More temples were dedicated to her than to any other goddess; her most prominent temple was Dendera in Upper Egypt. She was also worshipped in the temples of her male consorts. The Egyptians connected her with foreign lands such as Nubia and Canaan and their valuable goods, such as incense and semiprecious stones, and some of the peoples in those lands adopted her worship. In Egypt, she was one of the deities commonly invoked in private prayers and votive offerings, particularly by women desiring children. After the end of the New Kingdom, Hathor was increasingly overshadowed by Isis, but she continued to be venerated until the extinction of ancient Egyptian religion in the early centuries AD. Size :? As Shown In Pictures. Color : As Shown In Pictures. Our Guarantee?? : That the Item Will Delivered to You As Shown in Pictures Therefore we recommend that you see the picture well and then take your decision and take your responsibility. In any case, if you are not satisfied with the product, first, please contact me and I will do everything to your?? satisfaction.
MASTERPIECE PHARAONIC SCULPTURE For The Rare Antique Statue Of Goddess Hathor BC
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LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem

LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem

LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
I took many pictures with flash and without flash to have a variety of pictures for you to see. There are no breaks, cracks or chips in this shell. It’s all natural mother of pearl. This exquisite piece is a rare find from the early 19th century. The hand-engraved mother of pearl nacre shell depicts a beautiful town of Bethlehem, crafted with exceptional attention to detail. The figure is a perfect addition to any collection of religious memorabilia and is a testament to the skill of the artisan who made it. The piece is handmade and comes from Israel, making it a unique and special item. It is a great joy for collectors to own such a precious piece of history. It was my great grandparents, and they passed it down in my family. This is a beautiful piece of art, very valuable and elegantly made. Great condition and very well kept. Thanks for stopping by. It is 6.5″ X 6.5″. Has a nice weight to it also.
LG Rare Antique Early 19 Century Hand Carved Mother Pearl Nacre Shell Bethlehem
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RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War

RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War

RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
This is a rare vintage reproduction of an ancient Egyptian statue of the goddess Sekhmet, known as the Lady of War. Made of stone, it measures 2.2 inches in width, 12 inches in height, and 4 inches in depth. The statue features intricate details and multi-color accents, showcasing the Egyptian style. This antique piece is a unique addition to any decorative collection, and a must-have for history enthusiasts. (Short History About Item). Sekhmet is an ancient Egyptian Goddess of war and destruction, plagues and healing. Her name means “The Powerful One, ” and She is linked in some tales with Hathor. She is depicted as a woman with the head of a lioness, sometimes also with the sun disk and uraeus on Her headdress, Who symbolizes the destructive heat of the sun. Sekhmet, Her husband Ptah, and Their son Nefertum or Imhotep make up a triad of Deities especially worshipped in Memphis. She is also closely connected with Bast, the cat-headed Goddess of pleasure and luxury. Size: Width : 2.2 inch. Color : As Shown In Pictures. That the Item Will Delivered to You As Shown in Pictures Therefore we recommend that you see the picture well and then take your decision and take your responsibility. I check myself each product and sell only the best quality products. In any case, if you are not satisfied with the product, first, please contact me and I will do everything to your satisfaction. Perfect Condition as shown in pictures. 100 % Egypt Luxor Hand Carved stone. We Welcome Any Inquiries at Any Time We Respond to Messages in Less Than 24 Hours. We Are Always Serving Our Customers.
RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES Statue Of Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet Lady of War
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Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare

Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare

Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
Antique imperial Japanese medal. Step back in history with this rare Antique Imperial Japanese medal, a tangible reminder of the Korean Annexation. Established by Imperial Edict No. 56 in 1912, this bright gilt bronze medal commemorates Japan’s controversial integration of Korea in 1910, following a series of political maneuvers and conflicts that placed Korea under Japanese rule until 1945. The obverse features intertwining branches of the pawlonia and plum-imperial symbols of Japan and Korea-topped with the chrysanthemum crest, signifying the union. The reverse is inscribed with “Korean Annexation Commemorative Medal”, “Meiji 43rd year (1910)”, and the date of the annexation, “8th month 29th day”. This medal is not just a piece of memorabilia but a historical artifact that represents the complex and often painful ties between Japan and Korea. The ribbon, a watered silk in gold with white edges and a vermilion center, combines the national colors of Japan and the Imperial colors of Korea, symbolizing the controversial nature of the annexation. Don’t miss the chance to own a piece of history that speaks of an era that forever changed the course of East Asian politics. International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding.
Antique Imperial Japanese Korea Annexation Commemorative Medal 1910 Rare
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Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe

Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe

Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
Tested and working with cord and all electrical in good condition. Features all metal construction with original fiberglass shade. Lamp adjusts both up and down and side to side. Uses a standard bulb (not included). Lamp is in good vintage condition with a few scratches or markings consistent with careful use and age. See photos for condition. Twist type on/off switch located on center pole. Measures approximately 17 1/2″ tall as displayed, base is 8″ in diameter and shade is 13 in diameter. Feel free to ask any questions or request additional pictures.
Rare Vintage Dazor Model 2008 Flying Saucer UFO Lamp MCM Metallic Taupe
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Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact

Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact

Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
Size : Height: Height:34 cm. Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom : Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact. Block statues were a common type of sculpture in ancient Egypt, and they often depicted families. These statues were typically made of stone or wood, and they were often painted or decorated with other materials. The figures in the statues were usually depicted in a stylized way, with their bodies in a frontal pose and their heads turned to the side. The family block statues of the Old Kingdom are particularly rare and valuable. These statues are often made of high-quality stone, and they are often decorated with intricate details. The figures in the statues are also often depicted in a more naturalistic way than those in earlier periods. One of the most famous examples of an Old Kingdom family block statue is the statue of Prince Rahotep and Princess Nofret. This statue is made of limestone, and it depicts the prince and princess standing side by side. The figures in the statue are carved in a very realistic way, and the details of their clothing and jewelry are carefully rendered. Another famous example of an Old Kingdom family block statue is the statue of the scribe Horemhab. This statue is made of wood, and it depicts the scribe sitting cross-legged on a chair. The figure of the scribe is carved in a very expressive way, and the details of his facial features and clothing are carefully rendered. Old Kingdom family block statues are a fascinating and important part of the history of ancient Egypt. These statues provide us with a valuable glimpse into the lives of the people of this time, and they continue to be admired and studied by scholars and collectors today. That the Item Will Delivered to You As Shown in Pictures Therefore we recommend that you see the picture well and then take your decision and take your responsibility. I check myself each product and sell only the best quality products. In any case, if you are not satisfied with the product, first, please contact me and I will do everything to your?? satisfaction.
Rare Block Statue Of Family Old Kingdom Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifact
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Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal

Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal

Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal
View All Singing Bowls. Measurements (In Inches & Pounds). Weight: 2.4 lb. Mallet Stick Size: Medium 7 METALS USE IN MAKING THIS BOWL AND THEIR PLANETARY ASSOCIATION 1. Lead (Saturn) all of which feature heavily in alchemical symbolism. Singing bowls, also known as Himalayan bowls, are used in yoga, music therapy, sound healing, and religious ceremonies. In the Buddhist tradition, they are played to signal the beginning and the end of silent meditation cycles. Tibetan bowls emit very pure tones, close to sine waves. Their sound is a synonym of purity for our ears. Like a bell, the tone is produced by striking the side of the bowl with a wooden mallet. By running the mallet around the bowl – only with slight pressure – a pure tone will eventually rise. When this happens, the bowl is said to sing – hence its name. This is a 7 metal handmade Bronze sing bowl made by the process of hand Hammering. This singing bowl can be used for Meditation, sound therapy, Healing therapy, and chakra awakening. Antique Tibetan singing bowls like this one are highly sought after for their remarkable quality sound, rich tones, and unique physical characteristics. Our old Tibetan singing bowls are hand-picked by a stunning and superior collection of antique bowls from Kathmandu. These bowls are one-of-a-kind with gorgeous signs of age and wear that show and sing beautifully. The Naga bowl itself and a round metal band or platform on which the bowl is solidly and for all time put are manufactured in two sections. The bowl has an adjusted base and doesn’t stand erect without the platform support. They are very much enhanced. Engravings on platform bowls are famous. A portion of the engraving bowls are utilized for Tibetan ceremonies, and others show that the bowl is a present. The singing bowl you are purchasing will come with a cushion, a wooden playing mallet, and a felt-hitting mallet for playing the bowl. HOW TO PLAY TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS. Hold the singing bowl on the palm of the left hand. For smaller bowls, seven inches and under, hold on your fingertips. Grasp the mallet about mid-length, with all the fingertips pointing downwards and touching the wood. If you are using one of our padded mallets, the red wool should be on top. Gently tap the mallet against the side of the bowl to “warm-up” the bell. With an even pressure, rub the mallet clockwise around the outside edge of the rim of the bowl. Use a full arm movement, just like stirring a big kettle of soup, and keep the mallet straight up and down! Again, it’s not a wrist movement, but a full-arm movement. Remember to apply pressure– the friction of the mallet against the. Outer rim produces vibrations which result in sound. Experiment with your speed. Usually people go too fast! Let the sound build up slowly as the singing bowl picks up the vibration.
Rare 80 Years 8 Antique Hand Beaten Singing Bowl 7 Metals Tibetan Vintage Nepal