Eleventh dynasty of Egypt

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  • Stela Of Satsobek Analysis

    The Stela of Satsobek (Fig. 1) was acquired by the Michael C. Carlos Museum in 2007 as a gift in honor of Dr. Gay Robins (Burell et al. 17). Although no excavation location is explicitly stated in the object’s catalogue entry, it is assumed that the country of origin of this gift is Egypt. The stela is made of limestone and measures 51.4 centimeters in height, 32.4 centimeters in width, and 7.3 centimeters in depth (Burell et al. 17). This stela is dated to the early Middle Kingdom between 1939-1760 BC (Burell et al. 17). This large time period encompasses both the Twelfth and Thirteenth Dynasties, however the object’s catalogue entry dates this piece to the Twelfth Dynasty (Burell et al. 17). This stela features four distinct sections: the…

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  • Statue Of Hatshepsut Analysis

    engraving an orchestration of the ziggurat it was placed in It consummates its purport of utilizing diorite by maintaining it 's shaping until today. Guitty Azarpay additionally states the same conception in which the statues of Gudea, which are kenned in remarkably astronomically immense numbers, remain in a relatively good state of preservation and come largely from a kenned archaeological context. (662). Few decades after, another statue denominated Seated Statue of Hatshepsut was sculpted.…

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  • Art Observation

    Introduction: I had the pleasure of visiting the Brooklyn museum of art which is located at 200 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn New York. The reason for going on this field trip was to observe an art piece the Egyptian gallery which is located on the 3rd floor of the museum and chooses a art piece and write a paper base on my observation, for my Introduction to Art 100 class. As a result, this essay will focus on Senwosret III Art piece I will give a clear description on the material and tools…

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  • Hatshepsut: Rise To Power In Ancient Egypt

    Despite what many think, the pharaohs of ancient Egypt did not succeed each other as an unbroken, patrilineal chain by any means. By the Eighteenth Dynasty, the state of kingship had recovered is authority from the Asiatic ruling of the Second Intermediate Period. Hatshepsut, one of the most well-known female kings of Egypt, is a clear outlier to what one would expect from a typical pharaoh. Her story, in summary, involves her gaining control over administration after King Thutmose II, her…

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  • Hatshepsut: Most Successful Female Pharaohs In Ancient Egypt

    Hatshepsut With a ruling period of over 3000 years, Egypt has seen roughly 170 pharaohs, yet there are few outside of egyptologists that can name more than two or three off the top of their head. Not many remember these kings of the east, and it is even more difficult to when their mark on their own history was erased by their successors. Hatshepsut was one of the few, and by far one of the most successful female pharaohs in ancient Egypt. She was the first of them to seize total control of…

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  • Herodotus In Homer's Odyssey

    writing that when Proteus found out that Paris had seduced Helen and then ran off with her and some of Menelaus’ valuables, he sent for Paris to be arrested and took possession of Helen and the other stolen items before forcing Paris to leave Egypt. Despite Helen being in Egypt awaiting her retrieval, the Greeks still destroyed Troy during their search for her. Herodotus states that “[the Trojan’s] utter destruction might plainly prove to mankind that great offenses meet with great punishments…

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  • Hatshepsut: The Many Pharaohs Of Egypt

    many pharaohs of Egypt including, Tut, Zozer, and Khufu, but there are some that need to be recognized. The first one is a pharaoh named Menes who brang Egypt together, then there was Hatshepsut who expanded borders and sent out explorers to trade with others, and finally there was Akhenaten who changed art and religion in egypt and may have started monotheism. If we didn’t have these pharaohs the world would be a much different place now because Egypt might not have been what it is today. We…

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  • Amenhotep 3 Pharaoh Research Paper

    makes a great leader. This was seen in the 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt.The Pharaoh was diplomatic and peaceful which caused him to become the greatest leader of ancient Egypt. The people became happy and joyful because of him and were not facing misery because of wars. They celebrated festivals. In fact, there was a festival of his own that he used to celebrate every three years (approx.) at the end of his reign. His name was Amenhotep III, it is believed he had really close relationship with…

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  • Nefertiti: Most Powerful Queen In Ancient Egypt

    Who Was Nefertiti? Nefertiti could quite possibly be the most powerful queen in ancient Egypt. Nefertiti’s childhood is still a mystery. Most egyptolosts and archiogloists haven’t found actual facts to back up their statements on Nefrertiti’s childhood. Nefertiti was married to the pharoah Akenaten at about fifteen. Nefertiti was given a lot of power Queen Nefertiti has somewhat of a vague childhood. “What is so striking about Nefertiti’s life and work is that, even though her likeness –…

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  • Burial Rituals In The Valley Of Kings

    East Valley (2016) stated on their historical website, all of the pharaohs buried in the Valley of the Kings and which dynasties they came from. For example, the decedents of Ramses VII, Thutmose I and Amenhotep II all buried themselves in the Valley of Kings. This had shown that the first discovered pharaoh to bury himself in the Valley of the Kings was Ramses VII and he represented the 20th dynasty. Thutmose I represented the 18th Dynasty and Amenhotep II came from the 18th dynasty. When…

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