Wondering through the streets of Tel-Amarna - this was once the ancient city of Akhetaten founded by the 18th dynasty Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten, Egypt’s first revolutionary who had the audacity to start a new monotheistic religion worshipping the horizon of the sun. Akhenaten moved over 30,000 people in the previously unoccupied desert land to start his new cult of the sun. @natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #egypt#ancientegypt#history#religion#heritage#people#followers#sun
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After a short journey to the city this past week to see some of my soul family, I am finally home. Time never changes a thing, and it’s always so nice to be able to embrace your friends after the months fly by. And how the days and weeks are accelerating and blurring together. I treasure the sacred moments I get to share. Cannot believe it is almost mid-December! .
I’m now starting on my new series of paintings - and I cannot wait to embark on this next chapter. Everything has been leading up to this, and I am so looking forward to seeing where these portals take me. I have a stack of larger wooden canvases that I will also be using, but I am not sure where I am going to put them all once they are done! So many images and stories to tell. #blankcanvas#sacredsites#earthportals#ancientmysticism#goldleaf#familyoflight#ancientegypt#lemuria#heartportal Xox
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(Check my last 10 posts) 👉 Above is the #Merneptah Steele from the 19th dynasty of Egypt. Below is the "Berlin Pedestal" relief from the 18th dynasty of Egypt. Both of these contain the name "Yisra'el". The Merneptah Steele says that Israelites were overcome and killed by Egyptian armies, and the #BerlinPedestal relief shows Ashkelon, Canaan, and Israel being overtaken by the Pharaoh...even though Israel was not "supposed" to have existed at that time. We find in this #Exodus study I've been elaborating on that much of Hebrew Israelite history is older than so-called scholars are saying.
🍵🐸👉 One of the biggest arguments about biblical history and Egyptian history, together or separated, is dates. Many more scholars are finding things to have occured much earlier than previously believed. The reason there has not been Exodus evidence until the 12th-19th dynasty #Avaris breakthrough is because Egyptologists and archaeologists have been looking in the wrong time period. The #Rameses Exodus theory is extremely innacurate. But the Avaris study from times between the 12th and 19th dynasties of Egypt are and have plenty tangible evidence. Disregard previous theories. It's easy to find something not true and run with it when it's in the wrong area and wrong time period... 🌍📖👉 #BrotherTarik#HebrewIsraelites#Israelites#Archaeology#BlackHistory#AncientEgypt#Regrann " (via #InstaRepost @AppsKottage)
With the semester ending and departure for Egypt imminent, I am a bit behind in posting; more on the way from Egypt by the end of the week. To complement the earlier tp-head (in profile) is the sign of the head en face—the Hr-face. This biliteral sign is common as a writing of the noun Hr, “face," often with a stroke beneath or behind—the diacritic stroke—frequent indicator that the sign represents the word it directly represents. The transliteration is dotted-h (here H) and r (so the corresponding uniliteral signs are the H-wick and r-mouth). The face-sign also appears frequently as the preposition Hr, “upon," etc. with either the stroke following it, or the uniliteral mouth for r as a phonetic complement, especially when a suffix pronoun follows (Egypt often, especially in the cursive script [hieratic] provides one or more uniliteral phonetic complements to orthographies involving multiliteral signs, helping clarify readings, especially important for otherwise ambiguous orthographies, and particularly helpful in the cursive script).
Human images in Egyptian art, based on its aspective (as opposed to perspective) principles, usually appear in profile. Occasionally some are en face, like Hr, usually figures in some violent or unusual action, often foreigners, and at times Egyptians, like a group of seated musicians in the Eighteenth Dynasty tomb chapel of Nebamun at Thebes (now in the British Museum [swipe]). In a rock inscription we published from the Western Desert hinterland of Qamûla (north of Luxor) a priest named Pahu depicted himself seated, en face (swipe); in the inscription, at the bottom, the name of his city—Heriheramun—employs two semi-cursive Hr-face signs. The goddess Hathor often appears en face, as she is the face of the sun, and other related goddesses—like the Canaanite deity Qedesh, on an Egyptian stela now in the Egyptian Museum in Turin ([swipe] standing between the Egyptian deity Min-Amun-Re-Kamutef to the left, and the Canaanite deity Reshep to the right)—also appear commonly en face.
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