This ClipArt gallery offers 24 pictures of sculptures and statues that are located in Egypt, or of a famous Egyptian god or king.

"The Greek and Roman conception of the Egyptian deity Amen-Ra, the sun god."-Whitney, 1902

Ammon

"The Greek and Roman conception of the Egyptian deity Amen-Ra, the sun god."-Whitney, 1902

"An Egyptian deity, styled Anepu on hieroglyphic monuments, was, according to mythology, the son of Osiris and Nephthys. By the Greeks, he was frequently styled Hermes or Hermanubis, combining the Egyptian with the Grecian name. He is represented on monuments as having the head of a jackal, with pointed ears and snout, which the Greeks frequently changed to those of a dog." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Anubus

"An Egyptian deity, styled Anepu on hieroglyphic monuments, was, according to mythology, the son of…

"Egyptian bas-relief. Ramses III, between Thoth and Horus." —D'Anvers, 1895

Egyptian bas-relief

"Egyptian bas-relief. Ramses III, between Thoth and Horus." —D'Anvers, 1895

Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture in the Louvre.

Crouching Sphinx

Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture in the Louvre.

Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture with ram's head in the Louvre.

Crouching Sphinx

Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture with ram's head in the Louvre.

Ancient Egyptian statue.

Egyptian Ancient Statue

Ancient Egyptian statue.

A sculpture constructed by an ancient Egyptian artist.

Egyptian Sculpture

A sculpture constructed by an ancient Egyptian artist.

An illustration of an Egyptian sculpture of a family.

Family Sculpture

An illustration of an Egyptian sculpture of a family.

Theban glass-maker.

Glass-Blowing

Theban glass-maker.

Theban glass-makers.

Glass-Blowing

Theban glass-makers.

Theban glass-makers.

Glass-Blowing

Theban glass-makers.

The feline war gods in Egyptian mythology.

Pakhet

The feline war gods in Egyptian mythology.

An illustration of a sculpture of Queen Amenderdas.

Queen Amenderdas

An illustration of a sculpture of Queen Amenderdas.

Sculpture on pedestal

Sculpture

Sculpture on pedestal

Sculpture on pedestal

Sculpture

Sculpture on pedestal

Front of Egyptian sculpture, figure in bronze.

Egyptian Sculpture

Front of Egyptian sculpture, figure in bronze.

Side of Egyptian sculpture, figure in bronze.

Egyptian Sculpture

Side of Egyptian sculpture, figure in bronze.

Illustrated are tools in the sculptures on a Theban tomb. The very early tool for opening or tilling the ground appears to have been a forked stick. The hoe and plow developed from this tool.

Sculptures on a Theban Tomb

Illustrated are tools in the sculptures on a Theban tomb. The very early tool for opening or tilling…

Shishak, king of Egypt.

Shishak

Shishak, king of Egypt.

A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure which is depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head.

Sphinx

A Sphinx is a zoomorphic mythological figure which is depicted as a recumbent lion with a human head.

An illustration of a wood statue of a man dated back to 2600 B. C.

Statue of Man

An illustration of a wood statue of a man dated back to 2600 B. C.

"Egyptian Statue in black basalt. Heroic size, in the British Museum." —D'Anvers, 1895

Egyptian statue

"Egyptian Statue in black basalt. Heroic size, in the British Museum." —D'Anvers, 1895

"Colossal Statues of Rameses II." — Morey, 1903

Statues Rameses

"Colossal Statues of Rameses II." — Morey, 1903

"Figures sculptured in one of the tombs discovered by Belzoni, near Thebes, which represent captives of different nations brought before their Egyptian conqueror, four Jews are supposed to have been introduced after the manner shown." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Thebes

"Figures sculptured in one of the tombs discovered by Belzoni, near Thebes, which represent captives…