King Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti praying to the sun-god Aten who provided his rays to the king and the queen. The sun rays end up with hands holding ...
the royal couple by H. M. Herget, National Geographic, October 1941 p. 501. Queen NefertitiDigital ...
Limestone statuette of Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and a princess. Reign of Akhenaten. From Amarna, Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London
Alabaster sunken relief depicting Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and daughter Meritaten. Early Aten cartouches on king's arm and chest. From Amarna, Egypt.
Berlin's Stele 17813, depicting a female Pharaoh caressing Akhenaten, Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung,
Another important ruler was Akhenaten, who required Egyptians to worship only the Sun god Aten. His wife, Queen Nefertiti, helped him achieve this goal.
Brown quartzite inlay head of Akhenaten or Nefertiti. Reign of Akhenaten. From Amarna, Egypt. Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL, London
Akhenaten – meaning “living spirit of Aten” – known before the fifth year of his reign as Amenhotep IV (sometimes given its Greek form, Amenophis IV, ...
Photo Album: King Tut, Queen Nefertiti, and One Tangled Family Tree. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lesson 23 #MOHI23
A limestone talatat block from Karnak Temple depicts Akhenaten celebrating the Heb Sed festival dressed in
Scans of the north wall of King Tutankhamun's burial chamber have revealed features beneath the intricately
Fragment with cartouche of Akhenaten, which is followed by epithet Great in his Lifespan and the title of Nefertiti Great King's Wife. Reign of Akhenaten.
Inscribed limestone fragment showing early Aten cartouches, "the Living Ra Horakhty". Reign of Akhenaten. From Amarna, Egypt. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian ...
It shows Akhenaten standing before 2 incense stands, Aten disc above. From Amarna, Egypt. 18th Dynasty. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London
Relief fragment showing a royal head, probably Akhenaten, and early Aten cartouches. Aten extends Ankh (sign of life) to the figure. Reign of Akhenaten.
A daughter of King Akhenaten and Queen Nefertiti, perhaps the young Meritaten, later a queen - collection of the Louvre, Paris
... according to the above inscription, can only belong to Nefertiti, and not, as some scholars argue, a donation by her to Akhenaten's burial.
Nefertiti which means "The-beautiful-one -is come" became Neferneferuaten- Nefertiti or "The-Aten-is -radiant-of-radiance because the-beautiful-one-is come".
While the tradition of incorporating protective female figures into the designs of sarcophagi continued after the reign of Akhenaten, his sarcophagus was ...
The legendary Egyptian Queen who ruled alongside her husband Pharaoh Akhenaten during the mid-1300s B.C. While she wasn't technically a ruler, her beauty, ...
Archaeologists plan to resume the search for lost burial chambers in King Tutankhamun's tomb (pictured
This colossal sandstone sculpture of Akhenaten wearing the Khat headdress and double crown was discovered at
Akhenaten's sarcophagus reconstituted from pieces discovered in his original tomb in Amarna, now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Limestone trial piece of a king, probably Akhenaten, and a smaller head of uncertain gender. From Amarna, Egypt. 18th Dynasty. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian ...