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Syrian men depicted bringing tribute of vases, weaponry and animals (including horses and bears) to Egypt, within the tomb chapel of the vizier Rekhmire (TT100). An example of trade between the nations.

Syrian men bringing tribute to Egypt

Syrian men depicted bringing tribute of vases, weaponry and animals (including horses and bears) to Egypt, within the tomb chapel of the vizier Rekhmire (TT100). An example of trade between the nations. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Thutmose III – Amenhotep II, c. 1479-1400 B.C.Valley of the Nobles, Theban NecropolisPhotograph by manna4u

Middle Kingdom Bangle with gold & silver amulets. British Museum. EA24787

Middle Kingdom Bangle with gold & silver amulets

This bangle dates from the Middle Kingdom Period, c.2055-1650 B.C. and was found in Egypt, exact location unknown. It is made from a concoction of beaten, cast and soldered gold, with golden and silver amulets of Ancient Egyptian religious iconography such as, the Wadjet Eye and Djed Pillar, alongside animals such as a hare and...

Tribute from the South, Lower Nubia (Wawat), Upper Nubia (Kush)

A relief of a tribute from the South from the tomb of Huy, the Viceroy of Kush, “King’s Son of Kush, Overseer of the Southern Countries”. A Viceroy is “the governor of a country or province who rules as the representative of a king or sovereign”. He rules over the foreign territories, for the sake...