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Tutankhamen Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 102 pictures in our Tutankhamen collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Seated figure of the goddess Sekhmet from the tomb of Tutankhamun Featured Print

Seated figure of the goddess Sekhmet from the tomb of Tutankhamun

Seated figure of the goddess Sekhmet from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Depicted as a woman with the head of a lioness, the goddess was daughter to Ra, wife to Ptah and mother to Nefertem. As a lioness she takes the attributes of dangerous power but also of maternal instict. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Period/ Date: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty c1336 - 1327 BC. Place of Origin: West Thebes. Material/ Size: Gessoed and gilded wood. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Location: 44

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Sarcophagus and burial chamber of Rameses VI, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co Featured Print

Sarcophagus and burial chamber of Rameses VI, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co

Sarcophagus and burial chamber of Rameses VI, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, c1890. Rameses VI was the fifth ruler of the Twentieth dynasty of Egypt. He reigned from 1145 to 1137 BC. His tomb is located near to that of Tutankhamun. It was ransacked and looted by grave robbers, probably not long after the pharaoh's burial. The looting served to preserve Tutankhamun's tomb from a similar fate as debris from Rameses tomb covered the entrance to Tutankhamun's. Lantern slide

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The first glimpse of Tutankhamuns tomb, Egypt, 1933-1934 Featured Print

The first glimpse of Tutankhamuns tomb, Egypt, 1933-1934

The first glimpse of Tutankhamun's tomb, Egypt, 1933-1934. The sight that met the eyes of Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter when they broke down the sealed doorway which divided the ante-chamber of the tomb and the sepulchral hall of the departed Pharaoh. The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter (1874-1939) was one of the most astounding discoveries in archaeology. Tutankhamun was a previously unknown pharaoh whose name had been eradicated from historical records by one of his successors because of his association with the heretical pharaoh Akhenaten, who was Tutankhamun's father-in-law. Consequently his tomb, uniquely, had remained undisturbed by grave robbers. A print from Wonders of the Past, Volume I, 1933-1934

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