Dyn 3. Ankhwa the Shipbuilder, Dynasty 3. Relief of Akhty-hotep Limestone, 36 1/8 x 23 11/16 in. (91.8 x 60.2 cm) Early Old Kingdom, late Dynasty 3– early Dynasty 4, circa 2650–2600 B.C. From Saqqara. Pose of Akhty-hotep. Pose. Redit/Redjit, Dyn 3. Turin 3065 . Dynasty 4. Senefru.
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Relief of Akhty-hotepLimestone, 36 1/8 x 23 11/16 in. (91.8 x 60.2 cm)Early Old Kingdom, late Dynasty 3–early Dynasty 4, circa 2650–2600 B.C.From Saqqara
Creation, the Gods and the Afterlife
Botanical Classification: Nymphaea caerulea
Amun as Ram
Re With Ram Head
Hathor with Cow ears
Hathor As Cow
Bastet as Cat-headed
Bastet as Cat
Sekhmet as Lion-Headed
Carrying Loaves of Bread (?)
and a Goose
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