Greco-Egyptian

Anubis in Roman garb appears on a mosaic titled after the November month, discovered in Tunisia.

Mosaic of Anubis in Tunisia

Anubis in Roman garb appears on a mosaic titled after the November month, discovered in Tunisia. Anubis, by this time, had also become merged by some with the Greek god Hermes, and went by the name Hermanubis in Graeco-Egyptian religion. This mosaic is currently on display at the Musée archéologique de Sousse, Sousse, Tunisia. In...

Amethyst head of Arsinoë II, Queen of Ptolemaic Egypt. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. 42.190

Amethyst head of Arsinoë II, Queen of Ptolemaic Egypt

Arsinoë II was a Queen of Ptolemaic Egypt, who also held the Egyptian titles of King of Upper & Lower Egypt, making her pharaoh. Being wife of King Lysimachus; a Thessalian officer and successor of Alexander the Great, and King of Thrace, Asia Minor and Macedon, Arsinoë was also the Queen of Macedonia, Thrace, and...