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Offerings Collection

Background imageOfferings Collection: Ptolemy & Cleopatra Wall

Ptolemy & Cleopatra Wall
Ptolemy and Cleopatra make offerings to divinities

Background imageOfferings Collection: Stela of Amenemhat I. Table offering. 12th Dynasty. Middle K

Stela of Amenemhat I. Table offering. 12th Dynasty. Middle K
Amenemhat I. 1st King. 12th Dynasty (1991-1962 BC). Middle Kingdom. Limestone, painted, stela of Amenemhat. Table offerings. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageOfferings Collection: Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E

Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E
Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. Limestone. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. C. 1400-1365 BC. Origin unknown. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageOfferings Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III, who wears the

Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh Ramses III, who wears the Khepresh, making offerings to the gods. Relief. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Book of the Dead Plate 2

Book of the Dead Plate 2
INVOCATION TO OSIRIS Ani and his wife make offerings; Isis and Nephthys (sisters of Osiris) kneel in adoration to Tat, symbol of Osiris on Solar Mount

Background imageOfferings Collection: Funeral of Vietnamese Emperor Khai Dinh - procession

Funeral of Vietnamese Emperor Khai Dinh - procession
Funeral procession (including the carrying of large decorated towers made of paper) following the death of Vietnameser Emperor Khai Dinh (1885-1925)

Background imageOfferings Collection: Rag and Bone Man

Rag and Bone Man
Mothers and children gather around the local rag and bone man with their various offerings on the back streets of Harbertonford, south Devon, England

Background imageOfferings Collection: Ancient Egypt - Sakkara - Peasant women bearing offerings

Ancient Egypt - Sakkara - Peasant women bearing offerings

Background imageOfferings Collection: The Great Aztec Temple at Tenochtitlan

The Great Aztec Temple at Tenochtitlan. Dedicated to the god of war. Built in a large square, with an ashlar wall, carved on the outside with different loops of chained snakes. Engraving

Background imageOfferings Collection: Passage of Theores. Detail of the Three Graces

Passage of Theores. Detail of the Three Graces, c. 470 BC. Relief. Thasian marble. From Thasos, Greece. Louvre Museum. Paris, France. Date: 2014

Background imageOfferings Collection: The Athenean Treasury at Delhi, Greece

The Athenean Treasury at Delhi, Greece
The Athenian Treasury at Delphi was constructed by the Athenians to house dedications and votive offerings made by their city and citizens to the sanctuary of Apollo

Background imageOfferings Collection: The official Isi at his offering Table. From the tomb of Isi

The official Isi at his offering Table. From the tomb of Isi Probably at Sakkara. Limestone. 4th Dynastry, c. 2570-2450 BC. Old Kingdom. Reliefs. Detail. Hieroglyphs. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Background imageOfferings Collection: 13th Century BC 19th Dynasty 1213 1279 Altar

13th Century BC 19th Dynasty 1213 1279 Altar
13th, century, BC, 19th, Dynasty, 1213, 1279, altar, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, animal, Art, basket, British, Museum, Cartouche, cobra, death, egyptian, England, form, goddess, Great, Britain

Background imageOfferings Collection: 12th Dynasty 1795 BC 1985 Ameny Ancient Age Ancient

12th Dynasty 1795 BC 1985 Ameny Ancient Age Ancient
12th, Dynasty, 1795, BC, 1985, Ameny, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, Art, benefit, British, Museum, carved, dead, deceased, egyptian, England, Eye, of, Horus, eyes, father, formula, funeral, funerary

Background imageOfferings Collection: Funerary stela of Intef. Egypt

Funerary stela of Intef. Egypt
Limestone funerary stela depicting Intef seated before the table of offerings. Beside him, his father, his mother and other relatives and servants

Background imageOfferings Collection: Mummy Ginger

Mummy Ginger
Egyptian tomb with a body naturally preserved and surrounded by grave goods. His naturally preservation is due to dry heat given off by the sand where he was buried. Known as Ginger mummy

Background imageOfferings Collection: Stela of User. Egypt

Stela of User. Egypt
Stela of User. Decorated with hieroglyphic inscriptions on the petition of offerings to the Ka of User. Central scene depicts the deceased with his dog and sitting at the table of offerings

Background imageOfferings Collection: BOOK OF THE DEAD/PLATE 1

BOOK OF THE DEAD/PLATE 1
HYMN IN HONOUR OF THE SUN-GOD RA AT HIS RISING Ani with his wife, Tutu, before a table of offerings of meat, cakes, fruit, flowers, etc

Background imageOfferings Collection: EGYPTIAN PROCESSION

EGYPTIAN PROCESSION
Continuation of funeral procession - priests officiate before a table of offerings while another reads the service from a papyrus

Background imageOfferings Collection: BOOK OF THE DEAD/36

BOOK OF THE DEAD/36
1. The Hall in which are the four Rudders of Heaven and four triads of gods 2. Ani and Tutu before a table of offerings

Background imageOfferings Collection: BOOK OF THE DEAD PLATE 6

BOOK OF THE DEAD PLATE 6
Continuation of funeral procession - priests now officiate before a table of offerings while another reads the funeral service from a papyrus

Background imageOfferings Collection: BOOK OF THE DEAD/29

BOOK OF THE DEAD/29
1. Ani and his wife, Tutu, adoring Thoth 2. Ani and Tutu before a table of offerings

Background imageOfferings Collection: Sketches of three dress offerings from Paris, 1926

Sketches of three dress offerings from Paris, 1926
Sketches of three dress offerings from Bernard et Cie, Paris, 1926. Top left a cape, centre a dress of Kasha and top right a dress of crepe de chine Date: 1926

Background imageOfferings Collection: Courtyard and columns of Heliopolis, Temple of Baalbek

Courtyard and columns of Heliopolis, Temple of Baalbek
Plan of the courtyard of Heliopolis, or the Temple of Baalbek, and columns in the temple and the Hexagonal court, Beqaa Valley, Lebanon

Background imageOfferings Collection: Portrait of Roman Emperor Quintillus

Portrait of Roman Emperor Quintillus
Roman Emperor Quintillus, died 270. Marcus Aurelius Claudius Quintillus Augustus.Copperplate engraving from Abraham Bogaerts De Roomsche Monarchy, The Roman Monarchy, Francois Salma, Utrecht, 1697

Background imageOfferings Collection: Shanghai Races - statues outside the race club

Shanghai Races - statues outside the race club
Chinese racegoers lighting candles and burning incense in front of statues of the patron saints of the Hwa Hewi (Flower Society)

Background imageOfferings Collection: The Midwinter Festival in Roman London

The Midwinter Festival in Roman London at the time of the Emperor Nero as imagined by the artist, Fortunino Matania. Citizens carry offerings to the temple while a small boy stands

Background imageOfferings Collection: Worshippers making offerings to a statue of

Worshippers making offerings to a statue of Buddha or Fo in a banyan tree, Vietnam. Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageOfferings Collection: Tomb of a Guinean king, guarded by warriors

Tomb of a Guinean king, guarded by warriors, and decorated with severed heads on spears, offerings, plates and urns. Men sacrificing more victims in the background

Background imageOfferings Collection: Animal Sacrifice in Judaism

Animal Sacrifice in Judaism
In Judaism, the korban (also known as qorban or corban) refers to a variety of sacrificial offerings commanded in the Torah

Background imageOfferings Collection: Egyptian King Ramses I

Egyptian King Ramses I
Egyptian King Ramses offering incense and oblations

Background imageOfferings Collection: OFFERINGS TO CERES

OFFERINGS TO CERES
Roman ladies deck a statue of Ceres with flowers

Background imageOfferings Collection: Ancient altar

Ancient altar
Burnt offering to the Gods, unusually a sheep or oxen. Date: Ancient

Background imageOfferings Collection: The Six Realms of Existence - Buddhism - China

The Six Realms of Existence - Buddhism - China
The Six Realms of Existence - Chinese Buddhist Shrine. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageOfferings Collection: Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh making offerings to god Ho

Temple of Ramses III. The pharaoh making offerings to god Horus. Relief. New Kingdom. (1550-1069 b.C). Twentieth dynasty. Thebes. Medinet-Habou. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Espinelves. Frontal altar from Sa

Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Espinelves. Frontal altar from Saint Vincent. Anonymous. Around 1187. Tempera on wood. The Adoration of the Magi: Melchior, Caspar and Balthasar. Episcopal Museum. VIc

Background imageOfferings Collection: Roman Art. Temple of Bel. Relief depicting the god Aglibol

Roman Art. Temple of Bel. Relief depicting the god Aglibol, god of the Moon, presumably with his right arm on fruit offerings. Syria. Palmyra

Background imageOfferings Collection: Egyptian Art. Karnak. Table of offerings to the god Min with

Egyptian Art. Karnak. Table of offerings to the god Min with
Egyptian Art. The Karnak Temple Complex. Relief depicting a table of offerings to the god Min with two trees and a papyrus flower. New Empire. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Egyptian Art. Offerings table for the Hereafter. Relief. Mas

Egyptian Art. Offerings table for the Hereafter. Relief. Mastaba. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Necropolis of Saqqara. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Mastaba of Ptahhotep and Akhethotep. The transport of offeri

Mastaba of Ptahhotep and Akhethotep. The transport of offeri
Mastaba of Ptahhotep and Akhethotep. 5th Dynasty. Old Kingdom. Egyptian viziers. Father and son. Relief depicting the transport of offerings to the Hereafter. Saqqara. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. Bearded man with votive offerings. C

Phoenician art. Cyprus. Bearded man with votive offerings. Ca. 475-450 BC. Classical Period. Limestone. Comes from Golgoi (Cyprus). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageOfferings Collection: Egyptian Art. Stela of Intef I. Ca. 2021-1981 B. C

Egyptian Art. Stela of Intef I. Ca. 2021-1981 B. C
Egyptian Art. Stela of Intef I. ca. 2021-1981 B.C. Middle Kingdom. First Intermediate Period. 11th Dynasty. Fayum Entrance Area, Herakleopolis (Ihnasya el-Medina, Ahnas, Ehnasya). Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Horemheb. Last Pharaoh of 18th Dynasty

Horemheb. Last Pharaoh of 18th Dynasty
Egyptian Art. Horemheb. Last Pharaoh of 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Ruled from 1323 to 1295 BC. Horemheb offerer kneeling before the god Atum. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Stele. Offerings to the god Sobek (Crocodile God). Egypt

Stele. Offerings to the god Sobek (Crocodile God). Egypt
Egyptian Art. Stele. Offerings to the god Sobek (Crocodile God). From the Temple of Sobek in Dahamshe. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: Stele depicting a priest making an offering to the god Ra. E

Stele depicting a priest making an offering to the god Ra. E
Egyptian Art. Stele depicting a priest making an offering to the god Ra (seated, with falcons head and sun disk.) Behind him, the goddess Isis. 22nd Dynasty. Third Intermediate Period. Luxor Museum

Background imageOfferings Collection: Temple of Ramses III. Relief depicting Ramses III making off

Temple of Ramses III. Relief depicting Ramses III making offerings before god Ra. New Kingdom. Thebes. Medinet-Habu. Egypt

Background imageOfferings Collection: The god Amon, sitting at a table of offerings. Temple of Hat

The god Amon, sitting at a table of offerings. Temple of Hat
Polychrome relief depicting the god Amon, sitting at a table of offerings with feather headdress, beard and on both hands the scepter Uady and the ankh. Eighteen dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageOfferings Collection: Small jar for ointments. Roman. Clear blown glass. From Necr

Small jar for ointments. Roman. Clear blown glass. From Necropolis of Corca, province of Girona. Catalonia. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Spain



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