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Imeneminet and his wife, Tahka

Imeneminet and His Wife, Tahka

Egyptian, 1340 B.C. Painted limestone.
On display with the Egyptian Antiquities Collection, Louvre Museum in Paris.

Image courtesy of Carol Gerten’s Fine Art Museum


Ancient Egyptian Art

Detroit Institute of Arts: Ancient Egyptian Art
Begin a study of ancient Egyptian art here for the helpful commentary accompanying each work.

Creative Impulse: Egypt
An extensive listing of Egyptian art image websites, briefly annotated and rated.


Ancient Egyptian Culture & History

Ancient Egypt by the Mining Co.
The Mining Co.’s history pages are a good place to begin the study of a topic, because they are geared for the general reader rather than the historian.

Egypt Antiquities Information
Many comprehensive pages on such topics as the history of Pharaonic Egypt, Egyptian Mythology, Virtual Tour of Egyptian artifacts from museums around the world, and much more.

Pharoahs and Kings: A Biblical Quest
by David Rohl, who has “proposed a new chronology for ancient Egypt which gave the world a completely fresh understanding of biblical history. His fascinating journey back through time provided the first archaeological confirmation for many of the great events and personalities in the Old Testament.” Read the book the British Museum banned and decide for yourself.


The above pages will get you started on many fascinating hours of research and discovery regarding all aspects of ancient Egyptian culture and history. However, if you need additional site suggestions for further help and more specific research, please visit History on the Internet: Ancient Egypt, where you can find many more high quality links.

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