Ancient Egypt in the New Kingdom

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Published on January 30, 2014

Author: lodgek

Source: slideshare.net

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This presentation is a continuation of Ancient Egypt from the Pre-Dynastic Period to the Middle Kingdom. It focuses on the high points of ancient Egyptian culture, including pharaohs such as Akhenaten and Tutankhamen.

Ancient Egypt in the New Kingdom c. 1552-1069 BCE

Workers

Deir el-Medina

Workman’s Tomb

Nobility

Nobleman Hunting in the Marshes c. 1400 BCE

Everyday Life

Clothing, Jewelry, Cosmetics

Child’s Tunic, 5th-9th c. CE

Gold Broad Collar, c. 1479-1425 BCE

Broad Collar, c. 1353-1323 BCE

Eye Paint Jar, c. 1850-1775 BCE

Kohl Tube and Stick, c. 1550-1458 BCE

Cosmetic Dish in the Shape of a Dog c. 1550-1295 BCE

Cosmetic Spoon in the Shape of a Mouse c. 1550-1295 BCE

Cosmetic Dish in the Shape of a Duck c. 1353-1327 BCE

Mirror, c. 1479-1429 BCE

Children and Play

Tawaret, 7th-4th c. BCE

Bes, c. 1550-1295 BCE

Game Pieces in the Shape of Lions c. 3100-2650 BCE

Game of Hounds and Jackals c. 1814-1805 BCE

Mechanical Dog, c. 1390-1353 BCE

Gods The Karnak Temple Complex and the Luxor Temple in Thebes (Luxor)

Karnak Temple Complex Precinct of Amun-Re c. 3200-200 BCE

Entrance to Karnak Temple Complex

Ram Statues (Amun-Re)

Sacred Lake

Great Hypostyle Hall

Mummy Statues

Luxor Temple (Temple of Amun-Mut-Khonsu) c. 1400-325 BCE

Luxor Temple Gate with Avenue of Sphinxes

Gate with Statues of Ramses II and Obelisk

Gate to the Temple of Luxor 1836 Painting

Court of Ramesses II

Ramesses II: Sitting Colossus

Colonnade

Court of Amenhotep III

Kings

The Valley of the Kings

Hatshepsut r. 1479-1458 BCE

Queen Hatshepsut, c. 1473-1458 BCE

Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut Deir el-Bahari, c. 1478-1458 BCE

Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) r. c. 1352-1336 BCE

Akhenaten c. 1352-1336 BCE

The Cult of Aten, the Sun Disk

Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and Their Children Worshiping the Sun, c. 1348-1336 BCE

Akhenaten as a Sphinx Worshiping the Sun c. 1348-1336 BCE

Akhenaten Sacrificing a Duck to the Sun c. 1348-1336 BCE

Akhenaten and Aten

Akhenaten and Nefertiti Worshiping the Sun

Queen Nefertiti

Nefertiti Playing a Board Game c. 1348-1336 BCE

Queen Nefertiti c. 1348-1336 BCE

Tutankhamen r. c. 1336-1327 BCE

King Tut’s Tomb The Valley of the Kings

Bust of Tutankhamen

Royal Headdress

Pendant with Wadjet

Bracelets

Pectoral with Scarab

Scarab Bracelet

Scarab Rings

Golden Sandals

Golden Shrine

Anubis Sculpture

Golden Throne

Ramesses II, The Great r. 1279-1212 BCE

Temple of Ramesses II, Abu Simbel c. 1260 BCE

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