Museo Gregoriano Egiziano


A room in the Egyptian Museum - 238K ; left view - 236K ; right view - 282K ; small image - 42K

Statue of Antinous - Hadrianic period (A.D. 117-138) - Hadrian's Villa, near Tivoli (Parian marble; height 241 cm) - 99K ; small image - 31K

Mask of a mummy - Late Dynastic period (656-332 B.C.) - 233K ; small image - 17K

Torso of Pharaoh Nectanebo I - 380-362 B.C. - Dynasty XXX (380-342 B.C.) - 219K ; small image - 36K

Godess Isis - Hadrianic period (A.D. 117-138) - Hadrian's Villa, near Tivoli (black marble with white veining; height 50 cm) - 98 K ; small image - 20K

The Apis bull - Hadrianic period (A.D. 117-138) - Hadrian's Villa, near Tivoli (black marble with white veining; height 50 cm) - 92K ; small image - 18K

Anthropomorphic representation of the Apis bull - Late Dynastic period (656-332 B.C.) - Early Ptolemaic period (332-250 B.C.) - (dark granite with red veining; height 76cm) - 117K ; small image - 13K

Lion inscribed for Pharaoh Nectanebo I - 380-362 B.C. - Tell Baqliya, Egypt (gray granite with red veining; height 73 cm, width 185 cm, depth 24 cm) - 146K ; small image - 29K

Lion inscribed for Pharaoh Nectanebo I - 380-362 B.C. - Tell Baqliya, Egypt (gray granite with red veining; height 73 cm, width 197 cm, depth 24 cm) - 191K ; small image - 42K

Gold hawk - Late Dynastic period (656-332 B.C.) - 53K ; small image - 4K

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