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Amenhotep Collection

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Egyptian art. Nefertiti bust. Limestone and stucco. Neues Mu

Egyptian art. Nefertiti bust. Limestone and stucco. Neues Mu
Egyptian art. Nefertiti. 14th century B.C. Egyptian Princess, wife of Amenhotep IV Akhenaton. Bust. Limestone and stucco. It is believed to have been crafted in 1345 BC by the sculptor Thutmose

Background imageAmenhotep 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 imageAmenhotep Collection: Akhenaton / Egypt / Brunton

Akhenaton / Egypt / Brunton
AKHENATON also known as AMENHOTEP IV or AMENOPHIS IV Egyptian ruler, began a new religion of Aton, the sun disc

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Nefertiti / Brunton

Nefertiti / Brunton
queen NEFERTITI wife of Pharaoh AKHENATEN (Amenhotep IV) daughter of the vizier Ay and mother of six

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Entrance to the tomb of Amenhotep II, Egypt

Entrance to the tomb of Amenhotep II, Egypt, Victorian period

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Egyptian architecture of Dendera and Karnak

Egyptian architecture of Dendera and Karnak
Egyptian architecture: bas-relief from the temples of Dendera (Tentyra) and Karnak, Luxor, and the colossi of Memnon, statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossi of Memnon, near Luxor, Egypt

Colossi of Memnon, near Luxor, Egypt
Colossi of Memnon, two large stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, Theban Necropolis near Luxor, Egypt. Date: 1922

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Thebes: First Court of the Temple. Date: circa 1890

Thebes: First Court of the Temple. Date: circa 1890

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Profile - Bust of Pharoah Akhenaten from Amarna

Profile - Bust of Pharoah Akhenaten from Amarna
Profile - Bust of Egyptian Pharoah Akhenaten - from Amarna, the capital city newly established and built by Akhenaten of the late Eighteenth Dynasty, and abandoned shortly after his death

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Main hall of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt

Main hall of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt
Ground level of the main hall of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt, exhibiting sarcophagi as well as various statues such as the monumental depiction of Amenhotep III

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaoh Akhenaten or Nefertiti. Relief. El-Amarna. Egypt

Pharaoh Akhenaten or Nefertiti. Relief. El-Amarna. Egypt
Relief of a pharaoh Akhenaten or Nefertiti. Sandstone. Probably from Karnak, Egypt. Amarna Period. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Head from monumental statue problably from Amenhotep III. Eg

Head from monumental statue problably from Amenhotep III. Eg
Head from monumental red granite statue of an egyptian king wearing the double crown. Probably Amenhotep III. Around 1390 BC. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. From the temple of Mut, Karnak, Thebes

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Papyriform column. Egypt

Papyriform column. Egypt
Papyriform column of grey granite. The abacus has the name of King Amenhotep III and the axis shows the name of Merneptah of the 19th Dynasty

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon)

Pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon)
Egyptian Art. Pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon). 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Ruled between 1390 and 1353 B.C. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep 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 imageAmenhotep Collection: Ebers papyrus. ca. 1500 BC. Ancient Egypt. Amenhotep

Ebers papyrus. ca. 1500 BC. Ancient Egypt. Amenhotep Is reign. 18th Dynasty. One of the first treatises on medicine written in human history. Hieratic, hieroglyphic writing. GERMANY. SAXONY. Leipzig

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Granodiorite block-statue of Amenhotep. 18th Dynasty. New Ki

Granodiorite block-statue of Amenhotep. 18th Dynasty. New Ki
Granodiorite block-statue of Amenhotep. Rows of text at front. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom period. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaoh Akhenaten. Head. El-Amarna. Egypt

Pharaoh Akhenaten. Head. El-Amarna. Egypt
Head from an statue of pharaoh Akhenaten. From el-Amarna, Egypt. C. 1360 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Queen Ahmes-Merytamun. Egypt

Queen Ahmes-Merytamun. Egypt
Limestone bust of Queen Ahmes-Merytamun, wife of Amenhotep I. Depicted with Hathor-wig. 1550 BC. New Kingdom. 18th Dynasty. From the temple of Karnak. Thebes. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Fragments of wall decoration. Tomb of Amenhotep III. Egypt

Fragments of wall decoration. Tomb of Amenhotep III. Egypt
Fragments of wall decoration of the tomb of Amenhotep III. 1390-1352 BC. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Tomb 22. Valley of the Kings. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossal head of pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenat

Colossal head of pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenat
Egyptian Art. Colossal head of pharaoh Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon). 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Ruled between 1390 and 1353 B.C. From the temple of Amenhotep III in Quma. Luxor Museum

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Tiy, Egyptian Queen

Tiy, Egyptian Queen
TIY, queen of AMENHOTEP III, whom she survived by up to twelve years Date: circa 1386 - 1349 BC

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Head of a statue of Pharao Amenhotep III

Head of a statue of Pharao Amenhotep III
Head from monumental red granite statue of Amenhotep III (reigned circa 1390 - 1350 BC, 18th dynasty), exhibited in the British Museum, London, since 1823

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Egypt. Sphinx of Memphis. Alabaster

Egypt. Sphinx of Memphis. Alabaster
Egyptian Art. Sphinx of Memphis. Alabaster. Probably dates between 1700 and 1400 B.C. during the 18th dynasty. Is believed that the sphinx honored Hatshepsut

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Alabaster Sphinx - Memphis, Egypt

Alabaster Sphinx - Memphis, Egypt
The Alabaster Sphinx - Memphis, Egypt. The facial features imply that the Sphinx is honoring Hatshepsut or Amenhotep II or Amenhotep III. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaon Amenhotep III. 18th Dynasty. C. 1386-1349 BC. New Ki

Pharaon Amenhotep III. 18th Dynasty. C. 1386-1349 BC. New Ki
Amenhotep III, also known as Amenhotep the Magnificent. Pharaon on the 18th Dynasty. About 1386-1349 BC. Egyptian New Kingdom. Colossal statue. From Thebes. British Museum. London. England

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Egyptian hieroglyphs. Block-statue of Amenhotep. 18th Dynast

Egyptian hieroglyphs. Block-statue of Amenhotep. 18th Dynast
Egyptian hieroglyphs. Block-statue of Amenhotep. Rows of text at front. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom period. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Egyptian button of a chest. New Kingdom

Egyptian button of a chest. New Kingdom
Button of a chest with the cartouche of Tiy. New Kingdom. 18th Dynasty. 1388-1351 BC. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Statue head. Limestone. C. 1390-1352 BC

Statue head. Limestone. C. 1390-1352 BC
Statue head. Period of Amenhotep III. Limestone. C.1390-1352 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Scribe Amenophis worshipping the Sun-God. Egypt

Scribe Amenophis worshipping the Sun-God. Egypt
The scribe Amenophis worshipping the Sun-God. Limestone. Origin unknown. 18th dynasty. New Kingdom. C. 1490-1400 BC

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaoh Akhenaten. Relief. El-Amarna. Egypt

Pharaoh Akhenaten. Relief. El-Amarna. Egypt
Relief of a pharaoh Akhenaten. Quartzite. Part of an offering scene. From el-Amarna, Egypt. C. 1360 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Amenhotep II or Amenophis II. 18th dynasty of Egypt. Diorite

Amenhotep II or Amenophis II. 18th dynasty of Egypt. Diorite
Amenhotep II or Amenophis II. Seventh Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt. His reign is usually dated from 1427 to 1401 BC. New Kingdom. Bust. Diorite. C. 1439-1413 B.C. Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: EGYPT. Luxor temple and the mosque of Abu El-Haggag

EGYPT. Luxor temple and the mosque of Abu El-Haggag
EGYPT. Luxor temple. Court of Amenhotep III composed by fasciculate columns with papyrus capitals. Dynasty XVIII. New Kingdom. The mosque of Abu El-Haggag in the background. Ancient Thebes. Waset

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Talatat walls from the temple of Amenhotep IV

Talatat walls from the temple of Amenhotep IV
Egyptian art. Talatat walls from the temple of Amenhotep IV. Composed of 283 blocks of polychromed sandstone. Storage of goods in the temple. 18th Dynasty. New Empire. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Art. Royal cartridges of pharaoh Amenhotep IV or Akhenaten

Art. Royal cartridges of pharaoh Amenhotep IV or Akhenaten
Egyptian Art. Royal cartridges of pharaoh Amenhotep IV or Akhenaten. 18th Dynasty. New Empire. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossal head of Amenhotep I, second pharaoh of the Eighteen

Colossal head of Amenhotep I, second pharaoh of the Eighteen
Egyptian Art. Colossal head of Amenhotep I, second pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. New Kingdom. 1525-1504 BC. From the Temple of Amon (Karnak). Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon). Pharaoh of 18th Dyn

Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon). Pharaoh of 18th Dyn
Egyptian Art. Amenhotep III (Amenophis or Akhenathon). Pharaoh of 18th Dynasty (h.1405-1367 BC). New Kingdom. Bust. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Sacred beetle. Giant statue, built by Pharaoh Amenhotep III

Sacred beetle. Giant statue, built by Pharaoh Amenhotep III
Egyptian Art. Sacred beetle. Giant statue, built by Pharaoh Amenhotep III (Imenhetep III). Represents Khepri, god of sunrise. Sacred Lake. Temple of Karnak. Around Luxor. Dynasty XVIII. New Kingdom

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossi of Memnon. Western colossus. Luxor. Egypt

Colossi of Memnon. Western colossus. Luxor. Egypt
Colossi of Memnon. Stone statues depicting pharaoh Amenhotep III (14th century B.C.) in a seated position. Western colossus. Eighteenth Dynasty. New Kingdom. Luxor. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossi of Memnon. Eastern colossus. Luxor. Egypt

Colossi of Memnon. Eastern colossus. Luxor. Egypt
Colossi of Memnon. Stone statues depicting pharaoh Amenhotep III (14th century B.C.) in a seated position. Eastern colossus. Eighteenth Dynasty. New Kingdom. Luxor. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Colossi of Memnon. Luxor. Egypt

Colossi of Memnon. Luxor. Egypt
Colossi of Memnon. Stone statues depicting pharaoh Amenhotep III (14th century B.C.) in a seated position. Panoramic view. Eighteenth Dynasty. New Kingdom. Luxor. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Pharaoh Amenhotep III offering to the god Amun lotus flower

Pharaoh Amenhotep III offering to the god Amun lotus flowers and papyrus. New Kingdom. Temple of Luxor. Egypt

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: EGYPT. TEMPLE OF LUXOR. Courtyard of Amenhotep III

EGYPT. TEMPLE OF LUXOR. Courtyard of Amenhotep III. Portico with columns with closed papyrus capitals. Dynasty XVIII. New Kingdom. In the background the Mosque of Abu el-Aggaq. Ancient Thebes

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: EGYPT. Luxor temple

EGYPT. Luxor temple. Court of Amenhotep III composed by fasciculate columns with papyrus capitals. Dynasty XVIII. New Kingdom. Ancient Thebes. Waset

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Memnon Colossi / Egypt

Memnon Colossi / Egypt
The vast representations of Amenhotep III, which guard the approach to the Pharoahs mortuary temple at Thebes. Likened to Memnon by Greek travellers. Date: 1904

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Memnon Colossi / Thebes

Memnon Colossi / Thebes
Amenhotep III (18th Dyn) built a mortuary temple in Thebes that was guarded by two gigantic 75ft high statues on the outer gates. These have survived nature and relocation Date: 1848

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Amenhotep III. Egyptian art

Amenhotep III. Egyptian art
Amenhotep III and God Sobek. s.XIV BC. 18th dinasty. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Sculpture on rock. EGYPT. QUENA. Luxor. Luxor Museum

Background imageAmenhotep Collection: Luxor Temple Complex - Papyrus Columns of Amenhotep III

Luxor Temple Complex - Papyrus Columns of Amenhotep III showing the closed and open capitals. Date: circa 1930s



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