Egyptian Relations with Canaan

Canaanite amulet of a schematic nude goddess in Egyptian style Tell el-Ajjul, 15th century BCE, gold Collection of Israel Antiquities Authority Photo © The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, by Elie Posner.

The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is giving the public an unprecedented opportunity to explore ancient Egyptian relations with Canaan during the second millennium BCE in Pharaoh in Canaan: The Untold Story. This exhibition presents more than 680 objects, which reflect the rich cross-fertilization of ritual practices and aesthetic vocabularies between these two distinct cultures. In… Continue reading Egyptian Relations with Canaan

Recreating an Egyptian Throne Fit For a Queen

When you think of ancient civilizations, what comes to mind? Perhaps you imagine massive pyramids, majestic statues, or vast reliefs carved from stone. This is no coincidence – after all, they are what we see in both museums and ruins today. Stone and other materials such as bone are durable, allowing them to last to… Continue reading Recreating an Egyptian Throne Fit For a Queen