An example of Egyptian agriculture.  1, the reapers; 2, reaper drinking from cup; 3, 4, Gleaners - the first of which ask the reapers for a drink; 5, carrying the ears in a rope basket - showing the ears have been cut off; 8, winnowing; 9-11, the tritura, answering to our thrashing; 12, drinking from a water-skin suspended from a tree; 14, scribe who notes the number of bushels in heap; 16, checking the account by noting those taken away to the granary.

Agriculture

An example of Egyptian agriculture. 1, the reapers; 2, reaper drinking from cup; 3, 4, Gleaners - the…

An Egyptian crocodile (C. niloticus).

Crocodile

An Egyptian crocodile (C. niloticus).

A medal showing a figure riding a crocodile, a symbol of Egypt.

Egypt Coin

A medal showing a figure riding a crocodile, a symbol of Egypt.

An Egyptian sandal, with a curved front.

Egyptian sandal

An Egyptian sandal, with a curved front.

Egyptian headdress.

Headdress

Egyptian headdress.

Assuan on the Nile in Egypt.

Nile River

Assuan on the Nile in Egypt.

Israeli women would often wear rings not just on their wrists, but on their noses and ears and ankles.

Nose ring

Israeli women would often wear rings not just on their wrists, but on their noses and ears and ankles.

Ancient Egyptian sandal.

Sandal

Ancient Egyptian sandal.

The portrait of Serapis, a deity in Egypt, who was also thought to be brought to Jerusalem and worshiped there as well.

Serapis

The portrait of Serapis, a deity in Egypt, who was also thought to be brought to Jerusalem and worshiped…

Shishak, king of Egypt.

Shishak

Shishak, king of Egypt.

A medal of Aradus depicting Two Sphinxes, which suggests an alliance between Aradus and Egypt.

Two Sphinxes

A medal of Aradus depicting Two Sphinxes, which suggests an alliance between Aradus and Egypt.