Archeologists at Saqqara - Distinguished archaeologists and their wives in front of the Saqqara Inspectorate in 1935. From left to right, the men are Jean-Philippe Lauer, William Stevenson Smith, and JE Quibell. All information and media on this website, unless noted otherwise, are © Laboratoriorosso and cannot be used or distributed without permission.Read more
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From A Secret Voyage by Zahi Hawass and Sandro Vannini KV17 - Tomb of Seti I - The King and Ra Horakhty - Painting from the tomb of King Seti I, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty – King’s Valley 17, Western Thebes, Valley of the Kings - Horus ranked among the most important gods of…Read more
These are the statues of the goddess Sekhmet found by the German Expedition in the vicinity of the funerary temple of Amenhotep III on the West Bank of Luxor. The reason for making a large number of statues of the goddess Sekhmet is that she was considered the main healing patron and we all…Read more
Tomb of Mitri - This photo shows the serdab (closed statue chamber) in the early 6th Dynasty (or late Old Kingdom) tomb of the official Mitri, containing nine wooden statues. The tomb was excavated in 1925-26 by the Egyptian Antiquities Service under the leadership of Cecil Firth. All information and media on this website,…Read more
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