Egypt: Nubia's History - B

Nubian History

Upper part of a granite colossus of Ramses II

represented with the royal insignia of

crook flail: from the Temple of Khnum

on Elephantine

Part of a relief from the pyramid chapel of

Queen Shanakdakhete at Meroe. She is shown

here receiving offerings and protected

by the Goddess Isis

The statue of the Lady Sennuy, found in her

husband's tomb at Kerma in Nubia: a

remarkable sculpture of the early

Twelfth Dynasty

Granite sphinx from the Temple of Kawa in Nubia.

The head represents king Taharqa of the

twenty-fifth Dynasty

Last Updated: Aug 9th, 2011

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