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A pharaoh in ancient Egypt watching the construction of a pyramid across the Nile by  Christian Jégou

A pharaoh in ancient Egypt watching the construction of a pyramid across the Nile by Christian Jégou.

Ramses II, one of the greatest kings of Egypt .. He led a military campaign Against black Africans and Asians and Libyans

Ramses II, one of the greatest kings of Egypt . He led a military campaign Against black Africans and Asians and Libyans

Ramses II and the presentation to the pharaoh of the produce of Nubia and the lands of tropical Africa

Ramses II and the presentation to the pharaoh of the produce of Nubia and the lands of tropical Africa

The Hand of Power & Energy ... a technique used in ancient Egypt to strengthen the stability and balance of the human body A limestone colossus of Ramesses II rests in Memphis open air museum, stretching more than 40 feet (12 meters) long even without its missing legs. Larger than life as a ruler, builder, and sire, the king spread his likeness across Egypt during an epic reign

The Hand of Power & Energy ... a technique used in ancient Egypt to strengthen the stability and balance of the human body A limestone colossus of Ramesses II rests in Memphis open air museum, stretching more than 40 feet (12 meters) long even without its missing legs. Larger than life as a ruler, builder, and sire, the king spread his likeness across Egypt during an epic reign

Tut ankh amun canopic jar

Tut ankh amun canopic jar

Tut ankh amun canopic jar

Tut ankh amun canopic jar

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

The king's enemy in his walking sticks from the Tomb of Tutankhamun Gilded and inlaid wooden with Asiatic and Negroid/Kushet captives - the king captured enemies. Between them Clearly man with beard is 'mesopotamian' and the 'negroid' from Kush, handcuffed from behind

Maat kneeling with outspread wings and was hieroglyphic sign, Mural painting, tomb of Siptah, Valley of the Kings

Goddess Maat with outspread wings and kneeling on a hieroglyphic sign which could signify ‘mourn’, was utilized at the entrance to a number of later New Kingdom royal tombs. Tomb of Siptah.

اعداء الملك توت من الكوشيين والهكسوس متمثلين على الاحذية والعصى الخشبية الخاصة به .. المتحف المصرى The  Walking Sticks of King Tutankhamun represent the enemies of the King

اعداء الملك توت من الكوشيين والهكسوس متمثلين على الاحذية والعصى الخشبية الخاصة به .. المتحف المصرى The Walking Sticks of King Tutankhamun represent the enemies of the King

اعداء الملك توت من الكوشيين والهكسوس متمثلين على الاحذية والعصى الخشبية الخاصة به .. المتحف المصرى The Sandal of King Tutankhamun represent the enemies of the King

A pair of Tutankhamen's sandals with pictures of his captured enemies on the sole. A Syrian and a Nubian or sub-Saharan native.

Second courtyard relief showing the representations of Egyptians looking over foreign Nubian/Sub-Saharan captives before Horemheb. Tomb of Horemheb, Saqqara.

Second courtyard relief showing the representations of Egyptians looking over foreign Nubian/Sub-Saharan captives before Horemheb. Tomb of Horemheb, Saqqara. dynasty, reign of Tutankhamun. Photograph by Saqqara, Al Jizah, Egypt.

مجموعة من العصى عليها تمثيل لأعداء الملك توت عنخ أمون. وقد مثل على هذه العصى أعداء الملك؛ ومنهم أسيوي بشعر طويل ويرتدي رداء مزين بشرائط ووحدات دائرية ونباتية. وقد صنعت يداه ووجهه وقدماه من العاج إشارة إلى بشرته البيضاء. و العدو الافريقي، وقد صنع وجهه وأطرافه من الأبنوس كناية عن بشرته الداكنة. ويرتدي هذا العدو الأخير رداء ذو ثنيات وشرائط متعددة الألوان. وقد صممت هذه العصى بحيث يتجه الأعداء لأسفل عندما يمسك بها الملك، وبذلك لا يمكنهم إيذاؤه.

Detail of a walking-stick, found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. Photographed in when camera's were still welcome in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Nowadays photography in this superb museum is made impossible.

مجموعة من العصى عليها تمثيل لأعداء الملك توت عنخ أمون. وقد مثل على هذه العصى أعداء الملك؛ ومنهم أسيوي بشعر طويل ويرتدي رداء مزين بشرائط ووحدات دائرية ونباتية. وقد صنعت يداه ووجهه وقدماه من العاج إشارة إلى بشرته البيضاء. و العدو الافريقي، وقد صنع وجهه وأطرافه من الأبنوس كناية عن بشرته الداكنة. ويرتدي هذا العدو الأخير رداء ذو ثنيات وشرائط متعددة الألوان. وقد صممت هذه العصى بحيث يتجه الأعداء لأسفل عندما يمسك بها الملك، وبذلك لا يمكنهم إيذاؤه.

Bound Semitic and black prisoners decorating the curved end of one of Tutankhamen’s walking sticks, the so-called “prisoners’ canes.” When the Egyptian king went for a walk, he would hold the enemies of Egypt in his palm.