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Queen Nefertari's Tomb
in the Valley of the Queens
Queen Nefertari Meritmut, favorite wife of pharaoh Ramesses II, was the patron of a temple at Abu Simble. Her tomb in the Valley of the Queens is a beautiful example of New Kingdom art. The next eight pictures below are hand colored photographs from the book "Book of the Dead and Elysian Fields" published in Egypt in the early twentith century.
Queen Nefertari with Senet, a board game.
Modern photograph from the Yorck Project.
(Left) Plan (in French) of the tomb of Nefertari, by Gerard Ducher, CreativeCommons.
(Right) A goddess gives an ankh, life breath, to Nefertari.
Her husband, Ramesses II, does not appear anywhere in Nefertari's tomb.
Secrets of the Valley of the Queens
The beautiful tomb of Nefertari
Queen Nefertari's temple at Abu Simbel
A series of engravings of New Kingdom Queens:
Valley of the Queens
Countless beautiful 19th century images of ancient Egypt
and 75 pages of architecture, art and mystery
are linked from the library page:
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