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Sun Disc Collection

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Painted Plume with Sun Disk Containing Winged Kheper Beetle, 24th-30th Dynasty (724-343 BCE)

Painted Plume with Sun Disk Containing Winged Kheper Beetle, 24th-30th Dynasty (724-343 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Painted Plume with Sun Disk Containing Winged Kheper Beetle, 24th-30th Dynasty (724-343 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Fish Figurine Wearing a Horned Sun Disk, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Fish Figurine Wearing a Horned Sun Disk, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Fish Figurine Wearing a Horned Sun Disk, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Figurine of the Goddess Wadjet, between c.664 and c.525 B.C.. Creator: Unknown

Figurine of the Goddess Wadjet, between c.664 and c.525 B.C.. Creator: Unknown
Figurine of the Goddess Wadjet, between c.664 and c.525 B.C

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Amulet of the God Shu, Egypt, New Kingdom-Late Period, Dynasties 18-31

Amulet of the God Shu, Egypt, New Kingdom-Late Period, Dynasties 18-31 (about 1550-332 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Amulet of the God Shu, Egypt, New Kingdom-Third Intermediate Period

Amulet of the God Shu, Egypt, New Kingdom-Third Intermediate Period, Dynasties 19-25 (about 1186-1069 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Statuette of Wadjet or Sekhmet, Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 26 (664-525 BCE)

Statuette of Wadjet or Sekhmet, Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 26 (664-525 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Scarab: Scarab Beetle with Sun Disc, Egypt, Second Intermediate Period

Scarab: Scarab Beetle with Sun Disc, Egypt, Second Intermediate Period, Dynasty 15 (about 1650-1550 BCE)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian relief of the bull-god Apis

Egyptian relief of the bull-god Apis, bearing the sun-disc between its horns. From the Louvres collection

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Hathor, Egypt, 18th Dynasty

Hathor, Egypt, 18th Dynasty. A cow bearing the sun disk between her horns, Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian Papyrus of Queen Nejmet, c11th century BC

Egyptian Papyrus of Queen Nejmet, c11th century BC. RA and Khepri in boat of the Sun-god drawn by the 12 gods of the hours of night with the infant sun and the Beetle-god of Creation

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Scarab-beetle, God with Infant Sun and Sun-Disc below, c11th century BC

Scarab-beetle, God with Infant Sun and Sun-Disc below, c11th century BC. 21st Dynasty, Egyptian Papyrus of Queen Nejmet. Nodjmet was an ancient Egyptian noble lady of the late 20th-early 21st

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian bronze, Aegis of RA with the Solar Disc, c590BC

Egyptian bronze, Aegis of RA with the Solar Disc, c590BC

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Sculpture of worship of the sun-disc, 1st century

Sculpture of worship of the sun-disc, 1st century
Sculpture of worship of the sun-disc in the Gandhara style, from the British Museums collection, 1st century

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian grave-slab showing the cosmos

Egyptian grave-slab showing the cosmos
Egyptian grave-slab showing the solar boat carrying the Sun Disk with Ra holding an Ankh. Before the deceased stands Isis-Hathor, with a solar disk between cows horns

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Limestone stela with a seated figure of Akhenaten, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, c1340 BC

Limestone stela with a seated figure of Akhenaten, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, c1340 BC
Detail of limestone stela with a seated figure of Akhenaten, probably from Amarna, Egypt, 18th Dynasty, c1340 BC. This limestone stela illustrates the shift in religious beliefs

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian relief of Akhenaten and Nefertiti holding their daughters, 14th century BC

Egyptian relief of Akhenaten and Nefertiti holding their daughters, 14th century BC
Egyptian relief of Akhenaten (reigned 1353-1336 BC) and Nefertiti holding their daughters, under the rays of the sun-god Aten, 14th century BC

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Image of the Egyptian creative myth from the Papyrus of Anhai

Image of the Egyptian creative myth from the Papyrus of Anhai, showing Shu (the god of air) supporting the boat of Khefri (the scarab-headed god of creation)

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Detail of the papyrus of Queen Nejmet

Detail of the papyrus of Queen Nejmet from her Book of the Dead, from Thebes. It show the rising sun-disc, the infant sun and the beetle who is the created beetle of becoming

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Egyptian relief of the goddess Isis

Egyptian relief of the goddess Isis with cows horns and sun-disk headdress

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Nefertiti and two of her daughters

Nefertiti and two of her daughters beneath the rays of the Sun-disk (Aten). A relief from El-Amarna, Egypt. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Berlin

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Limestone relief of a scarab beetle and vulture wings under a disk of the sun, Edfu, Egypt

Limestone relief of a scarab beetle and vulture wings under a disk of the sun, Edfu, Egypt

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Limestone relief at the Temple of Philae, Ancient Egyptian

Limestone relief at the Temple of Philae, Ancient Egyptian. Isis (centre), sister and wife of Osiris and principal goddess of the Egyptian pantheon

Background imageSun Disc Collection: Golden throne of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, 14th century BC

Golden throne of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, 14th century BC. This panel is from the back of a throne belonging to the Pharaoh Tutankhamun (d c1323 BC)


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