A small chapel or shrine made of stone or wood that used to be placed in the sanctuary of the Egyptian temple, in order to house the statue of the god.
a mineral of hydrous sodium carbonate used in ancient times for embalming, in ceramic pastes, and as a cleansing agent
a royal headdress characterized by folds on each side of the forehead and by pleats, two of which fall down on the shoulders and one on the back
incised designs filled with a black enamel-like alloy
nine bows symbolize the nine traditional enemies of Egypt, represented as different races, always shown controlled and dominated by the king.
word for "province" in Pharaonic, Hellenistic, and Roman Egypt.
ancient Egyptian term for "water"
ancient Egyptian word for gold
a minor divinity represented as a beautiful maiden, inhabiting and sometimes personifying features of nature such as trees, waters, and mountains