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Zécarlos Machado as Seti I, powerful pharaoh. a great ruler to the Egyptian people and a  brilliant military.

Zécarlos Machado as Seti I, powerful pharaoh. a great ruler to the Egyptian people and a brilliant military.

Canadauence TV: O sucesso de os "DEZ MANDAMENTOS" da Rede Record

Canadauence TV: O sucesso de os "DEZ MANDAMENTOS" da Rede Record

Nefertiti  Nascida no ano de 1380 a.C., Nefertiti, cujo nome significa ‘a mais bela chegou’, foi uma rainha egípcia da XVIII dinastia que se tornou notável por ser a esposa do faraó Amenhotep IV, conhecido como Akhenaton, responsável por substituir o culto politeísta pela reverência a um deus único, o rei-sol Aton.

Nefertiti Nascida no ano de 1380 a.C., Nefertiti, cujo nome significa ‘a mais bela chegou’, foi uma rainha egípcia da XVIII dinastia que se tornou notável por ser a esposa do faraó Amenhotep IV, conhecido como Akhenaton, responsável por substituir o culto politeísta pela reverência a um deus único, o rei-sol Aton.

pattern for nefertiti crown - Google Search

pattern for nefertiti crown - Google Search

aida opera | ... soprano Milijana Nikolic makes her Opera Queensland debut as Amneris

aida opera | ... soprano Milijana Nikolic makes her Opera Queensland debut as Amneris

Image detail for -L280- ORIGINAL TEN COMMANDMENTS EDITH HEAD DESIGN SKETC : Lot 280

Image detail for -L280- ORIGINAL TEN COMMANDMENTS EDITH HEAD DESIGN SKETC : Lot 280

JOHN JENSEN COSTUME SKETCH FOR “CHIEF OVERSEER” FROM THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

JOHN JENSEN COSTUME SKETCH FOR “CHIEF OVERSEER” FROM THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Royal Egyptian Cat - Cats in ancient Egypt were revered highly, partly due to their ability to combat vermin such as mice, rats - which threatened key food supplies -, and snakes, especially cobras. Cats of royalty were, in some instances, known to be dressed in golden jewelry and were allowed to eat from their owners' plates.

Royal Egyptian Cat - Cats in ancient Egypt were revered highly, partly due to their ability to combat vermin such as mice, rats - which threatened key food supplies -, and snakes, especially cobras. Cats of royalty were, in some instances, known to be dressed in golden jewelry and were allowed to eat from their owners' plates.