Egyptian Honor

In the Egyptian culture there are several things that are praised and symbolized based on characteristics and significance of ownership. This collection should bring that concept to life, as we view the authority of the Egyptian lion to the reasoning of the many temples of this land. It said that Egypt was discovered around 3100-2686 BC. Research states that the country was divided by the Nile into the North and South kingdoms, but around 3300 BC King Menes gained control over the entire country and joined the two lands. His empowerment lead to the foundation of the countries capital being at "White Wall" later known as Memphis, and currently know as the great city of Cario. Egyptian culture has an significant influence on the way things are done and seen today. They have also contributed a great amount of knowledge to some numerical, and scientific systems as well. This land has been sculptured its self over hundreds and hundreds of years. There are several monumental places here that have been named sacred and hold their place in history's name. You may visit and be able to view the well known Great Sphinx, and the hundreds of pyramids crafted overtime. You'll also see in this presentation some artifacts, temples, and a sarcophagus. All of the images shown will range from 1479BC-15BC. There is an depiction of Thoth in the form of an ibis head. This can also be found in the form of a baboons head as well. Thoth is a God of the Egyptian pantheon, and is only found this way in art. He stands as a man but takes on these animals heads. He is best known as a God of knowledge, and for his calculations of the heavens, stars, earth, and all that's in it. There's also the temple of Dendur which is now located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SOURCES                                                                     https://www.khm.at/en/                                                     https://janetthomas.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/the-role-of-the-sacred-ibis-in-ancient-egypt/                                   http://www.biography.com/people/thutmose-iii-39569       http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/547802     

This lion is from said to be holding a set of knives in his claws. He's used to Represents power and honor This particular piece is from the beginning of the Ptolemaic period. Is carved into limestone Is defined with masculinity withe markings on his skull
He's from around 199 BC Is covered with symbols of religious belief He's made of stone Resembles a figure of protection against the underworld Can be found in Wein, Austria now
Known as a good counselor and mentor Resembles the God Thoth Thoth is said to be the creator of the 365 day day calendar The ibis is a large about 76 cm It's said that priests used to care for these animals eggs from the wild
Located at the Luxor museum in Luxor, Egypt Thutmose's iii constructed a large amount of the Temples in Egypt Thutmose ruled for over fifty years from around April 1479 BC- March 1425 BC Was considered to be a great leader capturing several cities His remain are located at DB320 along with a family of royalty
Is made of Aeolian sandstone Is installed in the sackler wing of the metropolitan museum of art Has carvings around the lining of the doorways Contains 3 rooms in its structure Stands about 26 feet tall and about 82 feet from its front to the rear
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