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Background imageAnsata Collection: Pharaoh Amenhotep I. Egypt

Pharaoh Amenhotep I. Egypt
Pharaoh Amenhotep I. Painting on stucco. New Kingdom. 20th Dynasty. 1152-1145 BC. Thebes. Grave 359. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAnsata Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III with Khepresh

Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III with Khepresh. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Nyankhre false door stela. Egypt

Nyankhre false door stela. Egypt
Nyankhre false door stela. 2450 BC. Limestone's small false door from the mastaba of the hairdresser's superintendent of the Palace Niankhre

Background imageAnsata Collection: Stela of Wennekhu. Egypt

Stela of Wennekhu. Egypt
Stela of Wennekhu. In the upper register, the god Ra depicted in the solar boat with the falcon-headed. In the lower register

Background imageAnsata Collection: Various forms of cross (litho)

Various forms of cross (litho)
6013626 Various forms of cross (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Various forms of cross)

Background imageAnsata Collection: Osiride pillar of pharaoh Sesostris I. Egypt

Osiride pillar of pharaoh Sesostris I. Egypt
Egyptian Art. Osiride pillar of pharaoh Sesostris I, second king of 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Ruled between 1956 and 1910 BC. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egypt. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380

Egypt. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380
Egyptian Art. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380 B.C.). Royal Decree drafted by order of Pharaoh Nectanebo I (380-362 BC)

Background imageAnsata Collection: Great Temple of Ramses II. Hieroglyph. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Great Temple of Ramses II. Hieroglyph. Abu Simbel. Egypt
Great Temple of Ramses II. Hieroglyph. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Statue of the goddess Hathor, depicted with cow horns and so

Statue of the goddess Hathor, depicted with cow horns and so
Egyptian Art. Statue of the goddess Hathor, depicted with cow horns and solar disk. Comes from the Temple of Luxor. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Statue of Amenhotep III (Neb-Maat-Ra) and Sobek c. 1390-1352

Statue of Amenhotep III (Neb-Maat-Ra) and Sobek c. 1390-1352
Statue of Amenhotep III (Neb-Maat-Ra) and Sobek c.1390-1352 BC. Carved from Calcite (Egyptian Alabaster). Found in the Sobek temple at Dahamsha

Background imageAnsata Collection: Relief depicting a hand with an ankh or crux ansata. Egypt

Relief depicting a hand with an ankh or crux ansata. Egypt
Relief depicting a hand with an ankh or crux ansata. Temple of Hatshepsut. Eighteenth Dynasty. New Kingdom. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Relief depicting Hatshepsut and hieroglyph on the walls. Tem

Relief depicting Hatshepsut and hieroglyph on the walls. Temple of Hatshepsut. Egypt. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Deir el-Bahari. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egypt. Dendera. Hathor Temple. Cleopatra VII, Julius Caesar

Egypt. Dendera. Hathor Temple. Cleopatra VII, Julius Caesar
Egyptian Art. Dendera. Hathor Temple. Relief depicting Cleopatra VII, Julius Caesar and their son Caesarion, later her co-regent Ptolemy XV Caesar. 1st. Century B.C. Ptolemaic Dynasty

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Karnak. The goddess Maat. Relief

Egyptian Art. Karnak. The goddess Maat. Relief
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Relief depicting Maat, goddess of truth and justice. New Empire. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge

Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramesses II. Fifth title of the Pharaoh: son of Ra.19th Dynasty (1320-1200 b.C.). New Empire. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge

Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge
Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramses II. Fifth title of the Pharaoh: son of Ra.19th Dynasty (1320-1200 b.C.). New Empire. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: United States. New York. The Statue of Liberty

United States. New York. The Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island by Frederic Bartholdi

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ankh. Relief. Temple of Horus. Edfu. Egypt

Ankh. Relief. Temple of Horus. Edfu. Egypt
Egyptian hieroglyph depicting the Ankh. Temple of Horus in Edu. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Anubis. Seated figure

Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Anubis. Seated figure
Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Polychrome reliefs that decorate the interior. Anubis. Seated figure. Deir el-Medina. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. God Amun. Seated figure

Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. God Amun. Seated figure
Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Polychrome reliefs that decorate the interior. God Amun. Seated figure. Deir el-Medina. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Reliefs depicting the ankh, uady and djed pillar. Deir el-Ba

Reliefs depicting the ankh, uady and djed pillar. Deir el-Ba
Reliefs depicting the ankh, uady, scepter linked to power and wealth and djed pillar, symbol of stability. Temple of Hatshepsut. Temples of Deir el-Bahari. Dynasty XVIII. New Kingdom. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Hieroglyph on the walls of the Temple of Hatshepsut. At the

Hieroglyph on the walls of the Temple of Hatshepsut. At the top is a vulture Nekhbet, opening its protective wings.18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Deir el-Bahari. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Hieroglyph. Temple of Hatshepsut. Deir el-Bahari. Egypt

Hieroglyph. Temple of Hatshepsut. Deir el-Bahari. Egypt
Hieroglyph. Temple of Hatshepsut. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Deir el-Bahari. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Maat, goddess of wisdom, justice and truth

Maat, goddess of wisdom, justice and truth. Royal protocol of Nebmaatre or Amenhotep III, Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. New Empire. Luxot temple. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge. Back of a statue

Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge. Back of a statue
Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge. Back of a statue. Mit Rahina Open Air Museum. Memphis. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge

Egypt. Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge
Hieroglyphic writing. Cartridge. Mit Rahina Open Air Museum. Memphis. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Hieroglyph. Sela of Amenemhat I. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdo

Hieroglyph. Sela of Amenemhat I. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. British Museum. London

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. The god Sobek wearing shut

Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. The god Sobek wearing shut
Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Ptolemaic Dynasty. 2nd century B.C. Dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and falcon god Haroeris. Relief depicting the god Sobek wearing shuty crown

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egypt. Temple of Horus. Relief depicting an egyptian deity g

Egypt. Temple of Horus. Relief depicting an egyptian deity g
Egypt. Edfu. Temple of Horus. Relief depicting an egyptian deity giving the key of life, ankh, to the Pharaoh

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramesses VI Nebmaatre-Meryam

Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramesses VI Nebmaatre-Meryam
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramesses VI Nebmaatre-Meryamun. He reigned from 1145 BC to 1137 BC. 20th Dynasty. New Empire. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramesses II. Cartridge

Egyptian Art. Royal protocol of Ramesses II. Cartridge
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramesses II. Fifth title of the Pharaoh: son of Ra.19th Dynasty (1320-1200 b.C.). New Empire. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Relief depicting a scene from the Kings Heb Sed. Palace of

Relief depicting a scene from the Kings Heb Sed. Palace of
Relief depicting a scene from the Kings Heb Sed. Monumental gateway from the Palace of Apries, Memphis, Egypt. Limestone. Late Period, Saite. 26th Dynasty. C. 589-570 BC

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Ptolemaic period (332-30 BCE). Stele. King sac

Egyptian Art. Ptolemaic period (332-30 BCE). Stele. King sac
Egyptian Art. Ptolemaic period (332-30 BCE). Stele. Relief we see a king sacrificing to Isis and Serapis. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageAnsata Collection: Detail of the Ankh at the statue of egyptian God Anubis

Detail of the Ankh at the statue of egyptian God Anubis
Statue of the jackal-headed god Anubis. Detail of the Ankh. Diorite. Reign of Amenophis III. 1403-1365 BC. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. From the Temple of Luxor. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen

Background imageAnsata Collection: Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t

Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t
Egyptian Art. Temple of Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Young prince. Statue near the feet of the colossi of Ramses II. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ankh or key of life. Relief. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Ankh or key of life. Relief. Abu Simbel. Egypt
Ankh or key of life. Relief. Great Temple. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Egyptian Art. Cornice Block with relief showing the Baptism

Egyptian Art. Cornice Block with relief showing the Baptism of Pharaoh Roman Period. 41- 68 A.D. Sandstone. 1st Cataract, Philae, Temple of Harendotes. Egypt. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York

Background imageAnsata Collection: Statue of Iwnit. Egypt

Statue of Iwnit. Egypt
Egyptian Art. Statue of Iwnit. Reign of Pharaoh Amenophis III. 18th Dynasty. Between 1405 - 1367 BC. New Kingdom. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Osiride pillar of pharaoh Sesostris I. Egypt

Osiride pillar of pharaoh Sesostris I. Egypt
Egyptian Art. Osiride pillar of pharaoh Senusret I, Jeperkara Senusret or Sesostris I, second king of 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Ruled between 1956 and 1910 BC. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Nephthys. Seated figure

Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Nephthys. Seated figure
Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Polychrome reliefs that decorate the interior. Nephthys. Seated figure. Deir el-Medina. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. God Horus. Seated figur

Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. God Horus. Seated figur
Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Polychrome reliefs that decorate the interior. God Horus. Seated figure. Deir el-Medina. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Hathor. Seated figure

Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Hathor. Seated figure
Ptolemaic temple of Hathor and Maat. Polychrome reliefs that decorate the interior. Hathor. Seated figure. Deir el-Medina. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Temple of Ramses III. Egyptian deity. Relief. Egypt

Temple of Ramses III. Egyptian deity. Relief. Egypt
Temple of Ramses III. Egyptian deity. Relief. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Temple of Ramses III. Royal Cartridges of Ramses III. Egypt

Temple of Ramses III. Royal Cartridges of Ramses III. Egypt
Temple of Ramses III. Royal Cartridges of Ramses III. Second Pharaoh of the Twentieth Dynasty, New Kingdom. Ruled from 1184-1153 B.C.. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III before the war

Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III before the war-god Monthu, with falcon-headed, solar disk and crown with two feathers. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes

Background imageAnsata Collection: Relief with the Ankh. Temple of Ramses III. New Kingdom. Egy

Relief with the Ankh. Temple of Ramses III. New Kingdom. Egypt

Background imageAnsata Collection: Relief with an inscription in hieroglyphics. Deir el-Bahari

Relief with an inscription in hieroglyphics. Deir el-Bahari
Relief with an inscription in hieroglyphics. Solar disk with snake (cobra) with the ankh around his neck and Falcon with double crown over a cobra. Temple of Hatshepsut. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageAnsata Collection: Pharaoh with the false beard and Atef crown. Deir el-Bahari

Pharaoh with the false beard and Atef crown. Deir el-Bahari
Relief with polychrome remains depicting a pharaoh with the false beard and Atef crown, an attribute that helps to revive the deceased. Temple of Hatshepsut. New Kingdom. Eighteenth Dynasty



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"Discover the Rich Legacy of Ansata: A Journey through Ancient Egypt's Art and History" Immerse yourself in the captivating world of ancient Egypt as we explore the fascinating artifacts and monuments that showcase the enduring legacy of ansata. From Pharaoh Amenhotep I to Cleopatra VII, this diverse collection takes us on a journey spanning centuries. Step into the Temple of Ramses III, where intricate carvings depict the powerful pharaoh himself adorned with Khepresh, symbolizing his divine authority. Marvel at Hatshepsut's Osirian statue, a testament to her reign as one of Egypt's few female pharaohs. The Nyankhre false door stela transports us back in time, offering a glimpse into daily life during ancient Egypt. Admire Wennekhu's stela, which tells tales of his achievements and honors bestowed upon him by pharaohs. Delve deeper into history with the Naucratis decree from Herakleion-Thonis, shedding light on trade regulations during this prosperous era. Behold Hathor, goddess depicted with cow horns and sun disc—a symbol of fertility and protection—captured beautifully in stone. Amenhotep III stands tall beside Sobek in an awe-inspiring statue that showcases their power and influence. Witness a relief depicting a hand holding an ankh or crux ansata—the key to eternal life—an emblematic symbol deeply rooted in Egyptian spirituality. The intricately painted wooden coffin of Khonsu-hotep reveals artistic mastery from the 21st-22nd Dynasty—a true testament to ancient craftsmanship. Visit Dendera's Hathor Temple where Cleopatra VII once walked alongside Julius Caesar—truly experiencing history come alive. Finally, Karnak introduces us to Maat—the goddess embodying truth and justice—in a stunning relief that exemplifies Egyptian artistry at its finest.