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The Dream Stele was placed by Nesi Pharaoh Thutmose IV between

The Dream Stele was placed by Nesi Pharaoh Thutmose IV between


Dream Stele (Sphinx Stela)

Dream Stela of Nesi (Pharaoh) Tehutimes IV (Thutmoses IV), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom

stela etchings Etched in the stela are images of Thutmosis IV ...

The Dream Stele of Thutmose IV, also called the Sphinx Stele, was erected in

The "Dream Stele," was placed by Nesi (Pharaoh) Thutmose IV, between the front paws of the Sphinx, around 1400 BCE. After having received the commission in ...

Dream Stele of Thutmose IV

Thutmose IV

The Great Sphinx of Giza, dating from the reign of King Khafra, Old Kingdom, 4th Dynasty ca. 2558–2532 BC, and the dream stele of Thutmose IV, New Kingdom, ...

Tuthmosis IV's Dream Stele

... 1400-1390 405 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT - Statue of THUTMOSE IV with his Mother Tia

Close-up of a scene from the Dream Stele depicting Thutmose IV giving offerings to the Great Sphinx of Giza. From a full-sized reproduction on display at ...

Stele; CMC PCD 2001-301-024

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... 1400-1390 413 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT - Statue of THUTMOSE IV with his Mother Tia

Stela of the lector priest of Amun Siamun and his mother the chantress Amenhotep ca. 1420 B.C. Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Reign of Amenhotep ...

The Dream Stela of Thutmose IV sits between the forepaws of the Great Sphinx.

Between the Paws of the Sphinx - Legend of the Dream Stele

Nesi (Pharaoh) Tehutimes IV (Thutmose IV), black granite statue, from

Tuthmosis IV

... 1400-1390 289 PHARAOHS OF EGYPT - Sacred Boat of Mutemuia, Wife of THUTMOSE

Fragment of a crudely carved limestone stela showing king Thutmose IV adoring a goddess (probably Astarte). From Thebes, Egypt. 18th Dynasty.

The God Amun-Ra (with tall plumes in his crown) embraces Pharaoh Tuthmosis

The Dream Stele of Thutmose IV

Dream Stela

The Dream Stela of Thutmosis IV

Pharaoh Thutmose III (1479-1425 BC). Symbolically killing a group of prisoners grabbed his hair. Temple of Amun at Karnak, 7th pylon, New Kingdom, ...

Hieroglyphs Say She Was the Lioness Mehit Who Guarded an Ancient Archive

Statue of Khufu in the Cairo Museum

Stele mit Thutmosis III. (Stele with Thutmose III.)

As Kasia Szpakowska explains, dreams like the one recorded on the stone slab at the base of the Sphinx had the power to solidify a pharaoh's reign and ...

The donation stela showing Nesi (Pharaoh) Ahmose and Great Royal Queen Nefertari before the god Amun. They are accompanied by their son Prince Ahmose-Ankh

The mummy of Thutmose IV, the 8th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt.

Dream Stela

Funerary stele of Intef II. Limestone. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty XI, c. 2108-2059 BC. From Thebes.

Right side of round-topped limestone stela painted relief representation of Thutmose III from Wadi Halfa Northern Sudan. New Kingdom Dynasty ca.

Arm Panel From a Ceremonial Chair of Thutmose IV

A fragment of a wall block. The hieroglyphs Son of Ra were inscribed over the cartouche of the birth-name of Thutmos III. From Egypt.

Restoration Stela, discovered 1905, first reference to Tutankhamun. Carter used this as inspiration to find the tomb.

Statue of Thutmose III The tatue was found in the.

1442 CE - Arab historian Muhammad al-Husayni Taqi al-Din al-Maqrizi

statue of Thutmose III (Men-Kheper-Ra, ruled BC) from Karnak. The statue was found in the Karnak cachette in

... the same pharaoh. dream stele of Thutmose IV

The Pharaoh Who Found the Sphinx

Dwarf sarcophagus cover ... Egyptian Museum, Cairo Egypt.

Cartouche of the birth name, or nomen, of Amenemhat I, detail of a wall-block from Koptos

Large Kneeling Statue of Hatshepsut in the Nemes Headdress Dynasty 18, joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III, (ca. 1473-1458 B.C.E.)

Nesi (Pharaoh) Hatshepsut Memorial Temple, 18th Dynasty - Relief fragment. Image from the Deir el-Bahari (DB) sub-archive

"Now the statue of the very great Khepri [the Great Sphinx ] rested in this place, great of fame, sacred of respect, the shade of Ra resting on him.

Amenhotep III: born to Queen Mutemwiya and the pharaoh Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III was given the throne at the age of twelve and remained pharaoh until the ...

Detail of statue of pharaoh Amenemhat III in the shape of a Sphinx-This statue of Amenemhat III was carved in the shape of a sphinx; joining a human head ...

These boundary stele were executed between years 4 and 8 of the king's reign, and their texts describe the dedication of the site of the new city to the ...

Limestone relief fragment from the Tomb of Ptahmose depicting the tree-goddess emerging from a Acacia tree. New Kingdom. 19th Dynasty.

Stela etching of Thutmosis IV offering incense to the god [Anubis?] as the Sphinx.

Djet, also known as Wadj, Zet, and Uadji (in Greek possibly the pharaoh known as Uenephes or possibly Atothis), was the fourth Egyptian pharaoh of the first ...

Osiris, Mystères engloutis d'Egypte

Carved relief of Amun protecting Hatshepsut as pharaoh.Pink granite obelisk,Great Temple of

Queen Tuya was the wife of Pharaoh Seti I of Egypt and mother of Princess Tia, Ramesses II and perhaps Henutmire. She was the daughter of Raia who was a ...

Photos from the book by Theodore Davis et.al. "The Tomb of Iouiya

The mummified remains of King Thutmose IV of Egypt.

It didn't last long, by the time of "Neferusobek", she was the eighth ruler of the 12th Dynasty ( 1763-1759 B.C.), it was over. The scenario went like this: ...

Pharaoh Mentuhotep I

Apart from the Great sphinx at Ghiza, the first 'dateable' Egyptian sphinx is

Relief depicting Queen Hatshepsut (r. 1478-1458 BC) as a male pharaoh

Kemit, Bas-relief representing Nesi (Pharaoh) Djoser (also known as Netjerikhet, circa 2635-2610 B.C.), 3rd Dynasty, remains of Djoser's Temple at ...

She was a Kushite Princess, the daughter of. Nesi (Pharaoh) Kashta and Queen Pebatjma. She is likely to have been the ...

The Temple of Amada in Nubia was one of the oldest Egyptian temples in Nubia. It was built and decorated by three New Kingdom pharaohs: Thutmose III, ...

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A fragmentary statue of Ahmose I, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sculpture of Thutmose III, with the god Montu-Ra and goddess Hathor, 18th Dynasty, from temple of Amun-Ra at Karnak, housed in the British Museum

Thutmosis I. (Thutmose I.)

"With his linen scarf and pierced ears, Tutmosis IV maintains a peerless sense of

The Dream Stele is also known as Sphinx the Stele because it tells the story of the young Prince Tuthmosis who falls asleep near the Great Sphinx of Giza ...

Kopf einer Statue Thutmosis' IV., 18. Dynastie

Thutmose IV

Painted limestone relief depicting the 18th Dynasty pharaoh Thutmose III (r. 1458-1425 BCE). From the foundations of the temple of Ramesses IV at Thebes; ...

This piece is from The Golden Naos from Tutankhamun's tomb, it is a large gold box which is believed to have contained a solid gold statue to the king ...

Thutmose III: Egypt News, Archaeological Finds, Egyptian Pharaohs, Civilization, Antiques,

Thutmose IV offers to Nut, Mother of the Gods, on a stela from Abydos dedicated by Neferhat (that's him, twice, at the bottom).

Thutmose III

Fragment of a stela showing Amun enthroned. Mut, wearing the double crown, stands behind him. Both are being offered by Ramesses I, now lost. From Egypt.

detail from the stela of King Thutmosis I (ca. 1504-1492 BCE)

The dream of Egypt's Tuthmosis IV in 360 Video - BBC News

Large Kneeling Statue of Hatshepsut Date: ca. 1473–1458 B.C. Deir el-Bahri, Senenmut Quarry, MMA 1927-1928 Accession Number: 29.3.1

Stela of Nebiryerau. Second Intermediate Period, ca. 1640-1550 B.C. Dynasty 13.

Royal cartouches of pharaoh Amenhotep IV “Akhenaten”. Luxor Museum.

Magical stela [Egyptian] (50.85) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(2nd) Sphinx Temple - Digital Giza - Harvard University (model)

Nesi (Pharaoh and Great Royal Queen) Hatshepsut as Het-Heru (Hathor)

Nesi (Pharaoh) Taharka being embraced by Amun in the form of a Ram.

An example of the real life tool object, first from the left, which may

Head of Nesi (Pharaoh) Senusret III (Sesostris III), found at the

The Museum of the Awesome Mr Gulbenkian: Part One - From Ancient Egypt to China - The Wandering Chickpea

Deir el-Medina stelae in the Egyptian Museum in Turin Stele of the scribe Ramose From Deir el-Medina 19th dynasty, reign of Ramesses II

The Dream Stele is a large stone tablet installed by Ancient Egyptian pharaoh Thutmose IV. The inscription has not been completely translated, ...

Stele depicting goddess Meretseger “she who loves silence”, with female body and snake

... wrapped around his head, diorite statue, 168cm x 57cm, from Giza, Detail, Egyptian Civilization, Old Kingdom, Dynasty IV Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.