Famous Ancient Egyptian aircrafts

Tutankhamun’s Mask

In fact, Tutankhamun’s Mask is a funerary mask from solid gold and adorned with precious gems and stones. They found it in 1922 by archaeologist Howard Carter in the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. In fact, the mask is one of the most famous artifacts from ancient Egypt .  It is widely a masterpiece of art.

Narmer Palette

In fact, the Narmer Palette is an ancient Egyptian artifact dating back to the Early Dynastic Period, around 3100 BC. It is a ceremonial palette or tablet made of siltstone, about 25 inches (64 cm) tall. In fact, it is famous after Narmer. The first king of a united Egypt. Who is famous to have commissioned the piece to commemorate his victory over Lower Egypt and the unification of the two lands. The palette depicts Narmer, wearing the crown of Upper Egypt, defeating his enemies from Lower Egypt.

Canopic Jars

In fact, Canopic jars were a type of container  in ancient Egypt to store and protect the internal organs of mummified bodies. The jars were typically from stone or pottery. They were often with the images of the four sons of Horus. Who were the gods charged with protecting the organs. In fact, the four jars held the liver, lungs, stomach, and intestines.They  were in the tomb alongside the mummified body. The lids of the jars were often intricately designed to resemble the heads of the four sons of Horus. In fact, they  were famous to offer protection and help guide the soul of the deceased through the afterlife.

The Nefertiti Bust

In fact, the Nefertiti Bust is a famous sculptural depiction of Nefertiti. The queen and wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Who ruled Egypt during the 18th dynasty (c. 1353-1336 BCE). Which is famous for its art and sculptures depicting a new and more naturalistic style. In fact, the Nefertiti Bust is one of the greatest treasures of ancient Egyptian art and has become an iconic symbol of beauty and femininity. It is famous that the bust was part of a larger sculpture.  That the plinth on which it now rests had nothing to do with Thutmose’s workshop and was likely added later.

The Dendra Zodiac

In fact, the Dendra Zodiac is a unique ancient Egyptian calendar system made of limestone. That dates back to the Late Period of ancient Egypt, around the 4th century BCE. In fact, they found it in 2010 in the temple of Hathor in Dendera, a small town in the Nile Valley. The Dendra Zodiac is a bas-relief carving of a circular design divided into twelve columns. Representing the twelve months of the year. In fact, the columns are each adorned with a zodiac sign, and a variety of constellations, including Orion, the Big Dipper, and the Pleiades, can be seen.