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Funerary bed of King Tut with the figures of the Goddess Touéris. Headboard decorated with pillars djed and tit nodes of Isis; amounts as figures of the Matron Goddess hippopotamus Touéris.

Funerary bed of King Tut with the figures of the Goddess Touéris. Headboard decorated with pillars djed and tit nodes of Isis; amounts as figures of the Matron Goddess hippopotamus Touéris.

King Tut's burial bed in the form of the Celestial Cow. The Cow represents the Goddess Hathor Mehet-Urt, whose horns are decorated with the solar disk.

The Goddess Mehet-weret Funerary Bed of King Tutankhamun Her name means “The great flood”, she was one of the most important cow goddesses in ancient Egypt together with “Hathor”. She was associated with “Hathor” (being both COW goddesses).

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An Ivory Safe Panel -- Egypt -- Dynasty 26 -- No further reference provided.

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Tomb Raider: ~ Throne of Tutenkhamen, circa BCE. From the tomb of Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes (New Kingdom). Note: currently in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.

From the Tomb of Tutankhamun.The framework of this chest is made of ebony,with the insert panels probably of cedar.The lid is hinged in bronze along the back edge and folds down the back of the chest.Internally the chest is divided into compartments and below the box there is an elaborate openwork area incorporating the 'ankh' hieroglyph.

There were a number of boxes and chests found in Tutankhamun's tomb. Among them this example really stands out because of it's ornate construction, and also it's 'modern' appearance.

Ancient Egypt: gold chair found in the tomb of King Tut

If this throne was built to the persons size-they had very long legs!Side of throne chair - lapiz lazuli inlaid into golden falcon wings.

The Tomb of Tutankhamen: This chest was found in the Annex. It had already been ransacked in antiquity. Originally it probably contained king's clothing. Made of a red wood, almost every part of the outer surface is richly decorated. In the center, surrounded by borders of stained ivory, is a scene depicting the king and queen in the marshes. Bordering the scene on three sides are several separate floral groupings.

King Tutankhamen Golden Treasures Wood chest veneered in ivory

Box with blue panels for holding jewerly.  Tutankhamun’s tomb.  Valley of the Kings, Egypt.  18th dinasty (New Kingdom), 1332-1323 B.C.

Box with blue panels for holding jewerly Tutankhamun’s tomb. Valley of the Kings, Egypt.

Egyptian columns

Egyptian "Lotus" Motifs (probably derived from Nymphaea caerulea lily a motif commonly found in the decoration of both utiitarian objects and architechual

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