6. Egyptians; left one is wearing a Hemhemet crown and the one on the right is wearing a War Crown.

A Study of the Statue of Amenhemhatankh

Ramesses II smiting the Nubians

Ramesses II smiting the Nubians. The stature of the representation of Ramesses II in the painting is one of a God, this is why he appears larger than those he is subduing or smiting. This was a common practice in the the Egyptian art work.

Ancient Iraq - The Ancient World of Mesopotamia

A carving of an Anunnaki, an ancient Mesopotamian deity of the underworld (ancient Iraq) "Notice the "Pine Cone" in his hand?

Annunaki

Sumerian artifact (found in Iran) is from the Neo-Assyrian period, ca. century B. in Ancient (Iran) Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu)

After the flood eventually all of Noah's decendants migrated to the Plains of Shinar in Babylonia. The religion formed by Cush (who was also known by other various names such as the god Bel/Nebo Janus/Hermes and also known as the False Prophet) and Nimrod was the beginning of polytheism,or the worship of many gods. The first ancient empire was formed - the Chadlean Kingdom ( Summerian Kingdom).

After the flood eventually all of Noah's decendants migrated to the Plains of…

tanding figure of Wepwawetemhat, Asyut, 1st Intermediate Period, 10th or 11th Dynasty, painted wood, 112 × 23.1 cm, diam. 71.1 cm. MFA 04.1780. Excavation photograph, as discovered in 1903 by Chassinat and Palanque in an unplundered rock-cut tomb, Emily Esther Sears Fund, 1904. Courtesy of Une campagne du fouilles dans la nécropole d'Assiout, by É Chassiant et Ch. Palanque, 1911, Cairo

tanding figure of Wepwawetemhat, Asyut, 1st Intermediate Period, 10th or 11th Dynasty, painted wood, 112 × 23.1 cm, diam. 71.1 cm. MFA 04.1780. Excavation photograph, as discovered in 1903 by Chassinat and Palanque in an unplundered rock-cut tomb, Emily Esther Sears Fund, 1904. Courtesy of Une campagne du fouilles dans la nécropole d'Assiout, by É Chassiant et Ch. Palanque, 1911, Cairo

Princess approaches Osiris, Isis and Nephtys, illustration after an ancient Egyptian artwork

Princess approaches Osiris, Isis and Nephtys, illustration after an ancient Egyptian artwork

Nomoli Statues - Unsolved Mysteries In The World

Left: Nomoli figure with lizard head and human body. Right: Human figure riding an elephant, in disproportionate size

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