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Amon Collection

"Amon: Unveiling the Mysteries of an Ancient Deity" Step into the world of Amon, a captivating figure deeply rooted in history and mythology

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Amon Collection: Book of the Dead
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Amon Collection: United States Air Force - Convair B-36A Peacemaker
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Amon Collection: Chiropractor - Dr. A Ortman of South Dakota
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Amon Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Sacred barque of Amon being carried from the Temple
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Amon Collection: Royal crown, found in Ballana, Nubia, 3rd-4th century (silver & precious stones)
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Amon Collection: The Little Temple of Tuthmosis III (photo)
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Amon Collection: DDE-90019427
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Amon Collection: Coin Depicting the God Zeus Ammon, 247-221 BCE. Creator: Unknown
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Amon Collection: Scarab: Ram (Amun), Egypt, Second Intermediate Period-New Kingdom, Dynasties 17-18
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Amon Collection: Scarab: Hieroglyphs (Red Crown, nfr- and nb-Signs: Trigramme of Amun), Egypt, New Kingdom
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Amon Collection: Scarab: Hovering Falcon over Name of God Amun, Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasties 18-20
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Amon Collection: Statuette of the Theban Triad, Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, Egypt
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Amon Collection: Plaque: 15 Scarabs / Amun is Satisfied, Egypt, Middle Kingdom
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Amon Collection: Plaque: Amun is in Luxor, Egypt, New Kingdom-Third Intermediate Period (
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Amon Collection: Plaque: King in Chariot Shoots Enemy / King Seated in the Barque of Amun, Egypt
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Amon Collection: Examination of a mummy - a Priestess of Amun, c. 1891 (oil on canvas)
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Amon Collection: The south wall of the Roman Birth House, or Mammisi, with reliefs depicting a pharaoh
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Amon Collection: The stairway leading the the Festival hall of Tuthmosis III (c
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Amon Collection: Sesostris I (ruled 1971-28 BC) being Embraced by the God Ptah
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Amon Collection: Tuthmosis III (c. 1479-1425 BC) offering incense to the god, Amun
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Amon Collection: Relief depicting the lioness-headed goddess Mut presenting Ramesses II to an enthroned
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Amon Collection: The divine queen Ahmose Nefertari (painted wood)
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Amon Collection: Queen Hatshepsut (c. 1503-1482 BC) kneeling before a table of offerings, Temple of Amun
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Amon Collection: Colossal head of Ramesses II (1298-32 BC) New Kingdom (photo)
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Amon Collection: Avenue of ram-headed sphinxes lining the Processional Way to the Great Temple of Amun
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Amon Collection: Costumes of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, from bas reliefs
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Amon Collection: Statue of the God Amun protecting Tutankhamun, New Kingdom, c. 1336-1327 BC (granite)
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Amon Collection: Relief depicting Seti I (c. 1294-1279 BC) making an offering to Amun
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Amon Collection: Interior of the Tomb of Sennefer, New Kingdom (photo)
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Amon Collection: Bust of Amenophis IV (Akhenaten) (c. 1364-1347 BC) from the Temple of Amun, Karnak
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Amon Collection: View of the First Pylon of the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III (c
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Amon Collection: View of the Great Court, the entrance to the Hypostyle Hall and a statue of Ramesses II
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Amon Collection: Two reliefs depicting, on left, a pharaoh making an offering to Hathor and Horus
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Amon Collection: Standard-bearer with ram-headed standard (cariob wood)
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Amon Collection: Statue of the god Amun protecting Tutankhamun, Egyptian, New Kingdom, c
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Amon Collection: Lola Coventry Climax, Chris Amon being filmed 1963 German grand Prix. Creator: Unknown
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Amon Collection: Ferrari in pits during 1968 Spanish Grand Prix, Chris Amon. Creator: Unknown
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Amon Collection: Alexander at the Temple of Jupiter Ammon, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Amon Collection: Ramses II (1301 - 1235 BC), pharaoh of the XIX Dynasty. Ramses II sculpture with God Amon
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Amon Collection: Temple of the Oracle, Siwah, Egypt
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Amon Collection: Avenue of sacred images after excavation, Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, c1900
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Amon Collection: The entire length of the gigantic Temple of Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, 1905
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Amon Collection: Wall Painting, Detail, Group of Musicians, Tomb of Nakht, Thebes
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Amon Collection: Wall Painting, Detail of The Deceased Couple, Tomb of Nakht, Thebes
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Amon Collection: Egyptian relief of Amon making an offering to Osiris
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Amon Collection: Egyptian painting of Amon as a Ram
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Amon Collection: Egyptian funerary slab of Diedkhonsu Soefankh


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"Amon: Unveiling the Mysteries of an Ancient Deity" Step into the world of Amon, a captivating figure deeply rooted in history and mythology. From the sacred pages of the Book of the Dead to majestic artifacts found across continents, Amon's influence spans time and space. Intriguingly, even the United States Air Force paid homage to this enigmatic deity with their Convair B-36A Peacemaker bomber named after him. But who was Amon? Delving further, we discover that Dr. A Ortman, a chiropractor from South Dakota, shares his name with this ancient god. Is there a hidden connection between healing practices and divine powers? Egyptian coffins from Deir el-Bahri reveal intricate carvings depicting scenes involving Amon during Thutmose III's reign. It becomes evident that this god held immense significance in Egyptian society. Pharaoh Horemheb himself sought solace in Amon's embrace as depicted by stunning artwork showcasing their divine bond. And what about that royal crown discovered in Ballana? Its precious stones glisten like stars against silver - fit for a god indeed. The Little Temple of Tuthmosis III stands tall as a testament to devotion towards Amun-Ra, highlighting his enduring legacy throughout Egypt's rich history. Moving beyond borders and eras, we stumble upon DDE-90019427 - an intriguing code linked to our mysterious deity. What secrets does it hold? Even coins minted centuries later bear witness to Zeus Ammon's existence; his far-reaching influence transcends civilizations. Scarabs intricately carved with symbols associated with Amun offer glimpses into ancient beliefs surrounding rebirth and protection – powerful talismans connecting mortals with divinity. As we explore hieroglyphs etched onto another scarab – featuring the Red Crown alongside trigrammes symbolizing Amun – we unravel the intricate web of symbolism woven around this deity.