"Om El Donya"

Meaning "MOTHER OF THE WORLD!" (IN ARABIC)

This is a statue of "The good god, the Lord of the Two Lands, the Lord of Ceremonies, the King of Upper Egpyt and Lower Egypt Sekhem-ka-re.
This Mummy coffin is of Djedmontefanch, a priest of Amun, ~ 945 BC - 712 BC
This temple is in the Egyptian town of Kom Ombo and was built in the Ptolemaic period between the second and first centuries B.C. This temple is actually considered two temples.
Statue of Snefru-nofer during the Early Dynastic period
The Falcon Headed God is referring to the ancestors of the ancient Egyptian kings.
The Colossi of Memnon is about 20 meters high. The temple is now destroyed and was damaged by floods. The two figures represented the Nile gods
Head of a God is a sculpture of a pharaoh. During Ancient Egpyt times, pharaoh's were looked at as Gods and because of this often had statues made of themselves.
This sculpture is made of limestone and made during the period Egypt became a world power. The sculpture was made in during the 18th Dynasty. During this dynasty, Egypt would become recognized as a world Power.
This statue of a head was found in a tomb in the burial grounds of Gîza. This was found below the ground which states that it was of high value to the owner of the person who the tomb was built for.
The temples are two massive rocks at Abu Simbel. The construction lasted about 20 years. The temple was dedicated to the Egyptian's gods Amun Ra-Horakhty, and Ptah.
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