Discussion in 'Past & Historical Events' started by Toroid, Oct 20, 2020.
A thread for @August.
I was wondering where to put my stuff . Thanks Toroid.
The search for Cleopatra.
Lady Sennuwy .
Seated statue of Lady Sennuwy of Asyut I think is one of the most superbly carved and beautifully proportioned sculptures from the Middle Kingdom. In situ and in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
She has the same hair style as the Hathor.
"The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life Vol. II" by Drunvalo Melchizedek
Drunvalo wrote in this book that the beings depicted in The Temple of Dendera are the Hathor from Venus. The Romans destroyed the faces because they were pagan. Their ears have funnel shape.
The ancient Egyptians either mimicked them or there was a hybrid program.
Many upper-class women during the Middle Kingdom chose to keep their hair short, with a curled wig. But, many other citizens preferred the style of the tripartite wig. An interpretation of the Old Kingdom look was called the Hathoric wig.
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