The tattoo designs found on mummies and clay figurines are likely related to the ancient Egyptian deity Bes.
The leopard’s head statue was discovered in Luxor’s Valley of the Kings.
Hatshepsut was a queen of the 18th Dynasty of ancient Egypt.
Amenhotep III was dubbed “The Magnificent” in the fourteenth century BC.
Archaeological researcher Ahmed Amer said that the kings of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt made them statues in the form of a Sphinx and placed them in front of their temples to guard them.
The artifact is shaped as an anchor bearing the image of the writing and documenting ancient Egyptian goddess; Seshat.
The French archaeological mission headed by Frederic Colin succeeded in discovering three wooden coffins in the external courtyard of cemetery No. 33.
A cemetery of Amun-Re’s goldsmith, Amenemhat (Kampp 390), dating back to the 18thdynasty, along with a Middle Kingdom burial shaft for a family was discovered