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Tríada de Micerino, Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston. Din IV. Aparece Hathor, sentada en el centro agarrando al faraón, junto a la deidad de un nomo. Une dos figuras de pie con una sentada. La musculatura del faraón contrasta con las formas sinuosas de las dos deidades. La din IV es el momento culminante de la estatuaria real, muestra un modelo idealizado pq es el doble del monarca. Se mantiene sin grandes cambios entre las V-VI Din. Una inov son las estatuas colosales inspiradas en la…

Tríada de Micerino, Museo de Bellas Artes de Boston. Din IV. Aparece Hathor, sentada en el centro agarrando al faraón, junto a la deidad de un nomo. Une dos figuras de pie con una sentada. La musculatura del faraón contrasta con las formas sinuosas de las dos deidades. La din IV es el momento culminante de la estatuaria real, muestra un modelo idealizado pq es el doble del monarca. Se mantiene sin grandes cambios entre las V-VI Din. Una inov son las estatuas colosales inspiradas en la…

The Triad of Menkaure": Menkaure, Het-Hert (seated), and Nome Goddess, the Valley Temple of the King at Giza, Old Kingdom (4th Dynasty), now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Photo from Schultz and Seidel's Egypt: World of the Pharoahs, p. 330.

The Triad of Menkaure": Menkaure, Het-Hert (seated), and Nome Goddess, the Valley Temple of the King at Giza, Old Kingdom (4th Dynasty), now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Photo from Schultz and Seidel's Egypt: World of the Pharoahs, p. 330.

Algargos, Arte e Historia: LAS TRÍADAS DE MICERINO. EL MODELO MASCULINO Y FEMENINO IDEAL DE LOS EGIPCIOS A MEDIADOS DEL III MILENIO A.C.

King Menkaura, the goddess Hathor, and the deified Hare nome Egyptian, B. Seen at the Boston Museum of Fine Art.

Unguent Container of Siamun, Ivory and Painted Wood, Height 14 cm Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb of Hatiay

Between the reigns of Amenhotep III and Amenhotep IV - Akhenaten. before the Christian era .) Wood provided with pigments, glass and bone inlays.

Khonsu -the Ancient Egyptian god of the Moon. His name means "traveller", and this may relate to the nightly travel of the moon across the sky. Along with Thoth he marked the passage of time.

Khonsu -the Ancient Egyptian god of the Moon. His name means "traveller", and this may relate to the nightly travel of the moon across the sky. Along with Thoth he marked the passage of time. يا شاطر A A GOOD BOY

Statue of Padimahes, priest of Bastet, with magical texts for healing, 30th Dynasty or early Ptolematic

Egyptian - Statue of Padimahes, priest of Bastet, with magical texts for healing, Dynasty or early Ptolema

TRIADA DE MICERINOS. Hacia el año 2520 a.C. Dinastía IV. Representa al faraón entre la diosa HATHOR a la izda. y la diosa local BAT a la dcha. Se conserva en el Museo Egipcio de El Cairo.

Triad of Menkaure, c. BC, Egyptian The Pharaoh, Menkaure stands between the goddess Hathor and the his wife, both protecting the "nome" of Cynopolis

Gilded Wood Detail of the goddess Selket (also known as Serqet, Serket or Selcis /ˈsɛlsɨs/, is the goddess of healing poisonous stings and bites in Egyptian mythology, originally the deification of the scorpion.) from the canopic shrine. Tomb of Tutankhamun, Reign: 1332-1323 BC. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty.

Gilded Wood Detail of the goddess Selket, the goddess of healing poisonous stings and bites in Egyptian mythology, originally the deification of the scorpion. From the tomb of Tutankhamun, Reign: BC. New Kingdom, Dynasty.

Estatua de Ranofer. Caliza pintada. Imperio Antiguo. Dinastía V. El Cairo (Museo Egipcio)

Estatua de Ranofer. Caliza pintada. Imperio Antiguo. Dinastía V. El Cairo (Museo Egipcio)

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