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Hieroglyphics Collection

"Unveiling the Ancient Language: Hieroglyphics - Under the Protection of the Gods" Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of hieroglyphics

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Under the Protection of the Gods

Under the Protection of the Gods: A Fantasy of ancient and Modern Egypt. A drawing by Howard Carter showing a hoopoe in the crack of a wall which has ancient Egyptian paintings

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Papyrus of Ani (Book of the Dead) - The Judgement

Papyrus of Ani (Book of the Dead) - The Judgement
(Above) -Twelve Gods seated in Order, as judges before a table of offerings. (Below) - The Psychostasia of Weighing of the Conscience of Ani

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian art. Relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti and thre

Egyptian art. Relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti and thre
Egyptian art. A house altar depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti and three of their Daughters. Relief. Limestone. New Kingdom. Amarna period. 18th dynasty. C. 1350 B.C. Egyptian Museum of Berlin. Germany

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian deities separating night and day

Egyptian deities separating night and day
Ancient Egyptian deities Shu separating Sibu and Nuit. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut reproduction of a painting on a mummy-case

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: The Nile is Egypt, Cooks Nile Steamers

The Nile is Egypt, Cooks Nile Steamers
Poster or handbill advertising Cooks Nile Steamers, the best way to explore Egypts ancient splendour and modern charm. Showing an ancient monument with hieroglyphics, with two men in Egyptian dress

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida

Music / Opera / Verdi / Aida
AIDA Act II, Scene II: the triumphal return of Radames

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone
Illustration shows the Rosetta Stone as it sits on a pedestal, 1800s. The stone contains identical text in three languages, hieroglyphs, Egyptian, and ancient Greek

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: 3000 BC Cuneiform writing on clay slab, front view

3000 BC Cuneiform writing on clay slab, front view

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Sun-god Ra on his daily journey, ancient Egypt

Sun-god Ra on his daily journey, ancient Egypt
Sun-god Ra embarking for his daily journey through Egypt. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut reproduction of ancient Egyptian art

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian Hieroglyphics

Egyptian Hieroglyphics
An example of Egyptian hieroglyphics

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Temple of Philae on an island in Lake Nasser, Nile River, Aswan, Egypt, Africa

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Hieroglyphs in the notebook of Jean-Francois Champollion, c1806-1832

Hieroglyphs in the notebook of Jean-Francois Champollion, c1806-1832. Artist: Jean-Francois Champollion
Hieroglyphs in the notebook of Jean-Francois Champollion, c1806-1832. Research on the system of the Egyptian hieroglyphs by Jean Francois Champollion, the translator of the Rosetta Stone

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Giant limestone statues of Rameses II, Temple of Rameses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1836

Giant limestone statues of Rameses II, Temple of Rameses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1836. Artist: David Roberts
Giant limestone statues of Rameses II, Temple of Rameses, Abu Simbel, Egypt, 1836. The reign of the Ancient Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II (ruled 1279-1213 BC)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Wall paintings in the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Wall paintings in the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian God Osiris

Egyptian God Osiris
illustration of a Egyptian God osiis

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian gods

Egyptian gods
Illustration of a Egyptian gods

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Relief depicting glass blowers, from the Mastaba of Kaemrehu, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, c

Relief depicting glass blowers, from the Mastaba of Kaemrehu, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, c
XIR184770 Relief depicting glass blowers, from the Mastaba of Kaemrehu, Saqqara, Old Kingdom, c.2325 BC (painted limestone) by Egyptian 6th Dynasty (c.2350-2200 BC); Egyptian National Museum, Cairo

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Sumerian cylinder-seal impression depicting a governor being introduced to the king

Sumerian cylinder-seal impression depicting a governor being introduced to the king
Sumerian cylinder-seal impression depicting Haskhamer, Governor of the city of Ishkun-sin is introduced to the King of Ur (Ur-Nammu) who is seated by the goddess Ishtar, note the symbol of the moon

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian God Sobek

Egyptian God Sobek
illustration of a Egyptian God Sobek

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Ancient Egypt warrior army

Ancient Egypt warrior army
Illustration of a Ancient Egypt warrior army

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Portrait of King Henry II of England

Portrait of King Henry II of England
6337224 Portrait of King Henry II of England by Rundall, Mary Ann (d.1839) (after); (add.info.: Portrait of King Henry II of England)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Poster advertising the Tomb of Nefertiti, Luxor, Egypt Date: circa 1950s

Poster advertising the Tomb of Nefertiti, Luxor, Egypt Date: circa 1950s

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)

The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)
3621124 The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian and Assyrian counting systems

Egyptian and Assyrian counting systems. Early methods of number counting involved the use of fingers, while early written records used strokes to indicate numbers

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: J F Champollion

J F Champollion
JEAN-FRANCOIS CHAMPOLLION le Jeune French Egyptologist, who by studying the Rosetta stone learnt to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld

Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld
XIR226164 Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld, New Kingdom (wall painting) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Tomb of Tuthmosis III, Valley of the Kings

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Temple of Luxor, Ramesses II Statue, Luxor, Egypt

Temple of Luxor, Ramesses II Statue, Luxor, Egypt
Temple of Luxor, Ramesses II Statue, Luxor - Thebes, Luxor East Bank, Egypt. Statue, Ramesses II, Pharaoh, King, Temple, Male Likeness, Hieroglyphics, Carving, Ancient, International Landmark

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Ramesseum of Rameses II, Thebes, Egypt

Ramesseum of Rameses II, Thebes, Egypt
View of the Ramesseum, the memorial or mortuary temple of Rameses II at Thebes (now Luxor), Egypt. Date: early 20th century

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egyptian obelisks, 18th century artwork

Egyptian obelisks, 18th century artwork. Egyptian hieroglyphics can be seen carved on the sides. This artwork is from the Italian edition of De l origine des lois, des arts et des sciences

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Hieroglyphics on great columns in the Temple of Karnak near Luxor, Thebes

Hieroglyphics on great columns in the Temple of Karnak near Luxor, Thebes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Cooks Nile Service, Ps Tewfik

Cooks Nile Service, Ps Tewfik
An illustrated cover of a passenger list for Cooks Nile Steamer Tewfik -- two Egyptian scenes with people, a sphinx, pyramids and palm trees

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Luxor Temple, Luxor, Egypt, Africa

Luxor Temple, Luxor, Egypt, Africa

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, Statues and Temple of Ramses II, main chamber, reliefs

Egypt, Abu Simbel, Statues and Temple of Ramses II, main chamber, reliefs

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Sir John Soane's Museum in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields: the Sarcophagus-Room, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson

Sir John Soane's Museum in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields: the Sarcophagus-Room, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
Sir John Soane's Museum in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields: the Sarcophagus-Room, 1864. View of '...the Sepulchral Chamber, in the lower part of the Museum

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: At the center of the Place de la Concorde

At the center of the Place de la Concorde
5307606 At the center of the Place de la Concorde; (add.info.: At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: (Detail from the Obelisk)

(Detail from the Obelisk)
5307616 (Detail from the Obelisk); (add.info.: (Detail from the Obelisk).At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Basrelief on the external wall of the roman Mammisi, Dendara, Egypt

Basrelief on the external wall of the roman Mammisi, Dendara, Egypt
7058466 Basrelief on the external wall of the roman Mammisi, Dendara, Egypt; Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt

Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt
7058490 Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt; Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Ming blue and white bowl (Xuande mark)

Ming blue and white bowl (Xuande mark)
CH38183 Ming blue and white bowl (Xuande mark) by Chinese School, Ming Dynasty, Xuande Period (1426-35); Private Collection; Photo © Christie's Images

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: At the center of the Place de la Concorde

At the center of the Place de la Concorde
5307632 At the center of the Place de la Concorde; (add.info.: At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: At the center of the Place de la Concorde

At the center of the Place de la Concorde
5307629 At the center of the Place de la Concorde; (add.info.: At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: At the center of the Place de la Concorde

At the center of the Place de la Concorde
5307621 At the center of the Place de la Concorde; (add.info.: At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: At the center of the Place de la Concorde

At the center of the Place de la Concorde
5307611 At the center of the Place de la Concorde; (add.info.: At the center of the Place de la Concorde. Paris is a giant Egyptian obelisk decorated with hieroglyphics exalting the reign of)

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt

Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt
7058493 Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt; Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt

Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt
7058491 Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt; Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt

Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt
7058492 Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt; Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHieroglyphics Collection: Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt

Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt
7058486 Outer hypostyle hall ceiling, temple of Hathor, Dendara, Egypt; Temple of Hathor, Denderah, Egypt; Photo © Stefano Baldini



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"Unveiling the Ancient Language: Hieroglyphics - Under the Protection of the Gods" Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of hieroglyphics, an ancient Egyptian writing system that has captivated historians for centuries. From the sacred Papyrus of Ani (Book of the Dead) to The Judgement scene depicted on temple walls, these intricate symbols were believed to hold immense power and communicate with divine beings. One iconic artifact that shed light on this mysterious script is none other than the Rosetta Stone, housed in the British Museum. This incredible discovery provided a key to deciphering hieroglyphics, unlocking a wealth of knowledge about ancient Egypt's rich history and culture. Egyptian art beautifully captured daily life as well as religious beliefs. A relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and their children showcases their royal status while highlighting artistic mastery. Meanwhile, depictions of Egyptian deities separating night and day remind us of their reverence for celestial forces. They were not limited to stone carvings alone; they adorned papyrus scrolls too. Cuneiform writing on clay slabs dating back to 3000 BC also showcased early forms of written communication from Mesopotamia. The Nile River played a vital role in Egyptian civilization; it was often referred to as "The Nile is Egypt. " Cooks Nile Steamers allowed travelers to witness breathtaking landscapes while immersing themselves in this ancient land's enchanting history. Intricate wall paintings found within Tutankhamun's tomb offer glimpses into his opulent afterlife journey through Luxor's Valley of Kings. These stunning murals depict scenes from his life as well as mythical tales intertwined with religious beliefs. Even today, hieroglyphics continue to inspire various forms of art and entertainment such as music and opera compositions like Verdi's timeless masterpiece "Aida.