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Thutmosis III, Egypt, Luxor Museum, New Kingdom, Karnak Temple, 18th dynasty, greywacke statue

Eleven-Headed Kannon Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon was one of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

Las estatua de Tutmosis III

Bastet - Solid cast bronze statue of the cat goddess, Egypt 664-332 BC (Musée du Louvre)

Pharaoh Menkaure with Two Goddesses, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt

Pharaoh Menkaure with Two Goddesses, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt..... Kenneth…

Deuses egípcios: Ísis, Osíris, Bastet, Sobek, Seth, Apófis, Hórus

Feline Fun Fact: According to the Greek historian Herodotus, in ancient Egypt it was forbidden to kill a cat. If a cat died of natural causes the entire household were required to shave their eyebrows. (Bast statue) (Your Amazing Cat: ~JB

Africa | Egypt ~ Tutankhamun’s Burial Chamber

Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) tried to bring changes to traditional religious practices in Egypt, but was never accepted. After his death, traditional religious practices were gradually restored. And, just over a decade after his death, the 18th Dynasty was without a without clear right of succession, so a new Dynasty was established. Unfortunately, the new leaders quickly set about discrediting all that Akhenaten did, particularly referring to him as "the enemy" in the country's archival…