An Egyptian crocodile (C. niloticus).
Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture in the Louvre.
Crouching Egyptian sphinx sculpture with ram's head in the Louvre.
The length of the Dashur pyramid is approximately 200 feet.
"Wooden dolls for children have also been discovered of various fasions, some of them precisely similar…
"Usually kept as a family seat, and occupied by the master and mistress of the house, though occaisionally…
An Egyptian bow and drill.
"The A. dubia is found in the Nile. Several of this genus, brought from Egypt to Paris packed…
A medal showing a figure riding a crocodile, a symbol of Egypt.
"And it came to pass, when Pharaoh had let the people go, that God led them not through the way of the…
Plan of the Memnonium, at Thebes.
Types of Egyptian Columns.
Ancient Egyptian statue.
Egyptian archer with arrow-heads and stone-tipped reed arrow.
An image of the Egyptian brick-making process. Bricks were usually made by foreigners. Exodus 5 records…
Scenery of the Egyptian desert with pyramids in the background.
An Egyptian doodad.
The costume of an Egyptian King.
The Egyptian manifesto, an inside view.
The costume of an Egyptian Queen.
An Egyptian sandal, with a curved front.
A statue of a man who recorded books and/or documents during the era of Ancient Egypt.
An Egyptian Temple
"The skeleton lay on the left side with knees drawn up and hands raised to the head. About it were various…
A group of three Egyptians carrying another.
"When an Egyptian died the friends of the deceased went at once to the embalmer, By him they were shown…
"In their upper course the Euphrates and the Tigris traverse a region of steppes broken by rocky ridges…
An illustration of an Egyptian sculpture of a family.
"The following is a figure of a hatchel or flax-comb." — Goodrich, 1844
Early developments of racial types, a tomb paint from an Egyptian tomb.
An illustration of sculptures from a gateway at Khorsabad.
"The pyramid when completed had a height of 481 feet. It is now 451 feet high. Its base covers 13 acres.…
The Great Pyramid at Gizeh
Two pyramids and a sphinx near Gizeh, Egypt, built during the 25th century. These three structures rank…
Egypt, a present from Gladstone.
"The form of the bottle and the use of the blow-pipe are unequivocally indicated; and the green hue,…
Egyptian God, Bes, known as the cheerful.
Chnemu creator-god, married to Hekt, a frog goddess.
Hathor (Isis) the Egyptian cow goddess.
"Set" the Egyptian God of Darkness.
"Anubis" the Egyptian God of Darkness. Anubis has a distinct Jackal head.
Thoth-lunus is the Egyptian God of letters and all learning.
Typhon was he wife of Anubis, God of Darkness. Typhon is also known as the Terrible One.
An illustration of the Great Hall of Columns at Karnak.
"Vertical Section of the Great pyramid, looking West showing A. Entrance passage. B. A later opening.…
Columned Hall of the Temple of Karnak
"That the Egyptians paid great attention to the study of music and had arrived at a very accurate knowledge…
An Egyptian hawkhead.
An Egyptian King's Head.
A 68-foot stone pillar located at Al-Matariyyah part of Heliopolis. It is considered to be the earlier…
An illustration of an Egyptian hieroglyphic next to the shore of a river.
An illustration of an Egyptian hieroglyphic panel with a cartouche. In Egyptian hieroglyphs, a cartouche…
Cleopatra's name, written in hieroglyphics.
An early figure of the Egyptian hippopotamus goddess.
"Hounds were also used to pursue game, as may be perceived from the subjoined representation of a huntsman…
"Egyptian hunting Hippopotamus." — Lardner, 1885
An Egyptian ibis.
Found throughout Africa, the sacred (or white) ibis was revered by the ancient Egyptians.