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100 YEARS OF TUTANKHAMUN 2022

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100 YEARS OF TUTANKHAMUN: LIFE, DEATH AND MYSTERY  THE MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT EGYPT: Discover the Ancient Egyptian Culture with a journey through the age of the pharaohs, gods and pyramids - with precious 24K Gold Plating & Black Digital Print on each issue! 

1922 - 2022: 100 years ago the famous archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the most popular treasury of our times: The Tomb of Tutankhamun! 

Each motif features the scarab as a collection privy mark, the motifs' title in hieroglyphic writing and well-known Ancient Egyptian symbols as background elements. 

Starter coin ,,Tutankhamun" cornes with a mintage of 30,000 pieces, all other issues are limited to 15,000 coins worldwide. 

 
Cu/Ni
38γρ/gr
45χιλ
(?)
2022
1$
(?)
Colored-Εγχρωμο
15000
(?)
Solomon Islands

Type the characters you see in the picture above.

Tutankhamun

Main motif: Tutankhamun was an egyptian pharao from 1332 - 1323 B.C. In 2022, it was exatly 100 years ago that Howard Carter discovered his tomb which became one of the most famous ancient egyptian discoveries as of today. Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the royal name of Tutankhamun.

Background element: The background features the eye of the horus which represents the protection against envy, disease, harmful animals and evil spirits and also good health, and royal power.

Cleopatra

Main motif: Cleopatra (69  –  30 BC) was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt. She wanted to consolidate and expand her empire, but could not achieve this goal against the world power Rome. Therefore, she won the two most powerful Romans of her time, first Gaius Julius Caesar and, after his murder, Marcus Antonius, as lovers, and with their help she was able to significantly improve the power of the Ptolemaic Empire for some time. Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the royal name of Cleopatra.Background element: The background features the eye of the horus which represents the protection against envy, disease, harmful animals and evil spirits and also good health, and royal power.

Nefertiti

Main motif: Nefertiti was the main wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) and lived in the 14th century BC. The queen became famous for the bust of Nefertiti made of limestone and plaster.Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the royal name of Nefertiti.Background element: The background features the eye of the horus which represents the protection against envy, disease, harmful animals and evil spirits and also good health, and royal power.

Thoth

Main motif: The worship of Thoth is one of the oldest cults of gods in ancient Egypt. In Egyptian mythology the ibis-headed or baboon-shaped god of the moon, magic, science, the scribe, wisdom and the calendar. He is considered the secretary of the gods and the inventor of hieroglyphs.Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name Thoth - labeling him as god.Background element: The symbol of the lotus flower stands for resurrection, spiritual and is considered holy

Anubis

Main motif: Anubis supervised, documented since the New Kingdom, as a funeral director the correct care of the corpse and its embalming (mummification). In the grave he received the mummy, performed the ceremony of opening the mouth and led the soul to the "field of heavenly offerings". Anubis has been the judge of the dead since the Old Kingdom, who together with Thoth, directs the judgment of the hereafter.Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name Anubis - labeling him as god.Background element: The symbol of the lotus flower stands for resurrection, spiritual and is considered holy

Horus

Main motif: The oldest being of the god Horus was that of the god of the sky. Horus advanced to the god of war and war leader, which gave rise to the belief that the Pharaoh was his earthly embodiment. From that time on, the kings of Egypt had the falcon god Horus in their king's title. Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name Horus - labeling him as god.Background element: The symbol of the lotus flower stands for resurrection, spiritual and is considered holy

Abu Simbel

Main motif: The place is known by the in the 13th century BC. built rock temple of Pharaoh Ramses II from the 19th dynasty of the ancient Egyptian New Kingdom.

Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name of the ancient place.

Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereafter 

King's Valley

Main motif: The Valley of the Kings was a necropolis in ancient Egypt, where 64 tombs and pits have been found to date. Among other things, the largely intact tomb of Tutankhamun was discovered here in 1922 by Howard Carter. Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating describes the Valley of the Kings.

Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereafter and for eternal life. 

Sphinx

Main motif: The Great Sphinx of Giza in Egypt is by far the most famous and largest sphinx. It depicts a reclining lion with a human head and was probably erected in the 4th dynasty during the reign of Chephren (around 2520 to 2494 BC).Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name of the mythological mixed creature.

Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereaftereternal life

Pyramids of Gizeh

Main motif: The pyramids of Giza in Egypt are among the most famous and oldest preserved structures of mankind. They are the only surviving structure of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It is noteworthy that no wheeled carts were used in the construction of the pyramids, although the Egyptians probably already knew the wheel at that time.Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the name of the Pyramids of Gizeh.Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereafter and for eternal life. 

Crook & Flail

Main motif: The most famous symbols of pharaonic power are the crook and the flail. The crook is called "heka" in ancient Egyptian and means to rule. It probably represents a shepherd's crook. The flail was called "nechech". It's a short crook with three hanging strands.

Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show the names of the insignia of pharaonic authority.

Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereafter and for eternal life. 

Papyrus 

Main motif: Since modern times, papyrus has been the name given to the writing material used in ancient writing made from the fibers of real papyrus. First in ancient Egypt and later in the entire ancient Mediterranean region, the papyrus, as the basis of writing, fulfilled a similar function to that of paper, first in the written culture of China, then in Islamic culture and finally in the Western world.

Hieroglyphen: The Hieroglyphic letters in a cartouche in 24K gold plating show how the writing material - named Papyrus - was written.Background element: The symbol "Ankh" stands for the key to the hereafter and for eternal life. 

 
 
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