Le dieu nain Bes, ca 500 avant J-C The dwarf God Bes, ca 500 BC. Bes 1 , 2 is in the Egyptian mythology the god of the household but also other secondary ...
Statuette of winged Bes - Egyptian. © Foto: Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
Terracotta figurine of the Egyptian god Bes. Made in: Cyprus, 600BC-450BC
Bes is an Egyptian god, a protector of the household, of mothers, children
Composite or Pantheistic Bes figurine, a fertility god with a widespread cult in later Egyptian
Wooden statue of the god Bes. Egyptian, 18th dynasty, around 1300 BC.
Ancient Egyptian Limestone Statue of Bes.
Ancient Egypt - Amulet with Bes, Dwarf-God - 304 - 30 BC (
Bell: egg-shaped bell with oval rim, face of the god Bes, Egypt, Roman Period.
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Bronze figure of a pantheistic Bes. Egyptian. Greco-Roman Period , c.
Bes or Bisu Bes may have been an imported Egyptian god, possibly of Nubian origin
BES: bust of the god Bes in a hard-fired Egyptian blue. Ptolemaic
AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE BES. LATE PTOLEMAIC PERIOD TO ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.
Ancient Egyptian dwarf God Bes, who protects pregnant women and newborn babies. Late Period, Dynasty, ca. Now in the Altes Museum, Berlin.
BÈS aux multiples attributs divins. Statuette. Basse Époque, 664 - 332 avant J
Bes figure. Egypt. New Kingdom, ca. 1550–1295 B.C. Faience,
EGYPT VASE 10TH-6TH BCE Vase in the form of the Egyptian god Bes.
Best example of Pantheistic Bes: 4 arms, 4 wings, elaborate horned crown, stomping on a world of evil creatures with protective eyes all over his body (like ...
Faience kohl pot in the form of the god Bes, Dynasty XVIII, Egypt.
... Museo Barracco, Stele des Bes (Stele of Bes) | Stele of Bes, late ptolemaic period, 1st century B.C. Images of the god Bes were widespread in Egypt, ...
Egyptian Terracotta Figure of the God Bes
A headrest of Tutankhamon featuring the god Bes. Egyptian ...
Philae Temple, Egypt Deus Bes God Bes
Bes (Bisu, Aha) was an ancient Egyptian dwarf god of childbirth and protection
Kohl pot in the form of Bes; Egypt, End 18th dynasty, 1400-
Ancient Egyptian Faience Sculpture of Bes Figure
BCE The Egyptian God Bes. Carved ivory plaque
10TH-6TH BCE Egyptian god Bes. Faience, Late Iron Age Israel Museum(
Amulet representing the god Bes. Egypt, Ptolemaic Dynasty
a statue of Bes. Bes was the ancient Egyptian god ...
Faience kohl pot in the form of the god Bes, Dynasty XVIII, 1400-
Faience statuette of Bes.Consecration of The Brethren Cemetery Cathedral on 4 October household god,also associated with music and dance.Late Period c.
Box of cedar wood with ebony veneers and ivory inlays and gilding depicting the god Bes and bearing the cartouches of Amenhotep II: Ancient Egyptian, ...
Cosmetic Jar in the Form of the God Bes
Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: Headrest with Bes-
Female Demon Beset of the Sudan National Museum
Mask depicting Bes, early 4th-1st century BC. The Walters Art Museum.
God Bes as a Roman soldier. Sword in right hand and spear and shield in left hand. Limestone slab, in relief. Roman Period. From Egypt.
Illustration of a multi-headed Bes on a papyrus, 4th-
A large necklace bead, called an amulet, shaped like Bes, owned by the Childrens Museum of Indianapolis
Jupiter Ammon, a combination of Amun and the Roman god Jupiter
BES: Egyptian protector god!
... 20. Budge believed that Egyptian ...
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Terracotta statuette of Bes (h. 11.3 cm),
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A stele of the Assyrian king Šamši-Adad V (c.815 BCE)
Neolithic Mother Goddess from Cabras, c. 6000 B.C. National Archaeological Museum, Cagliari,
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Statue of Ptah - Egyptian Museum of Turin
Twenty-sixth Dynasty of Egypt - Image: Pottery vessel. Applique face of god
Ra, with the sun disk above his head, on the boat with which he traversed the sky and the underworld in his daily round
(a) Frontal view of a Bes amulet, 664-332
MAGIC AND THEOLOGY IN ANCIENT EGYPT 15 to understand both the text and the picture on
Statues of Osiris and of Isis nursing the infant Horus
Fig. 7.2b. Green jasper in a nineteenth-century ring, showing a
The Gayer-Anderson cat, believed to be a representation of Bastet
EGYPTIAN GODS. PETRIE COLLECTION
Belemnite shown on left of Min
Fig. 7.3. Miniature basalt stele showing Horus-the-child standing on a
Standing Bes Figurine with Hathor Headdress M.80.198.12 - Stock Image
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Stucco relief of Ptah holding a staff that bears the combined ankh and djed symbols, Late Period or Ptolemaic Dynasty, 4th to 3rd century BC
Crenelated model tower depicting god Ptah holding a was-sceptre before an offering tabel.
Ra (sometimes spelled R??) is the sun-god of Heliopolis in ancient Egypt. It seems likely that the Egyptians pronounced this "ray", but the common ...
The gods Ptah and Sekhmet flank the king, who takes the role of their child, Nefertum.
Richard H. Wilkinson's The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt is an introduction to ancient Egyptian mythology and religion that, ...
Neith - Bronze statuette of Neith, wearing the Red Crown of Lower Egypt; the
Pantheistic Bes: Religious Transformations (br…