Chapel of Rameses II, Northern wall. 19th dynasty. Rock temple of Gebel Silsileh. Upper Egypt, near Aswan and Edfu. 18th-19th dynasty, reigns of Kings Horemheb, Rameses II, and Merenptah.
Coffins of Tabakenkhonsu, Mistress of the House | Tabakenkhonsu was the daughter of Hor, Priest of Montu Lord of Thebes, and Tamit, Mistress of the House. Deir el Bahri, Thebes. Third Intermediate Period, second half of Dynasty 25, c.690-656 BCE.
The Embrace of Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum. Fifth Dynasty 2400. BCE. Egypt.
Dashour pyramids of Senefru (2613-2589)
Scribe statuette of Setka, son of Djedefre. Egypt, 4th Dynasty. Polished granite, 30 cm x 23 cm x 17 cm. The podest of the statue is made of polished limestone, its surface is engraved with Setka's name and titles. “Eldest King's Son of His Body; Unique Servant of the King”. Found in his father pyramid complex in Abu Rawash in 1901 by French archeologist Émile Chassinat.