Votive Plaque of King Tanyidamani of the Kingdom of Kush (today Sudan), 100 BCE (Meroitic Period). This side shows the the lion-headed war and fertility god Apedemak holding a bundle of sorghum and a sceptre. The inscriptions are in Meroitic script and name the king and the god [784 × 1,533 pixels].

Votive Plaque of King Tanyidamani of the Kingdom of Kush (today Sudan), 100 BCE (Meroitic Period). This side shows the the lion-headed war and fertility god Apedemak holding a bundle of sorghum and a sceptre. The inscriptions are in Meroitic script and name the king and the god [784 × 1,533 pixels].

Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

This before-and-after image shows Leonard M. Thompson International Airport in Marsh Harbour before Hurricane Dorian struck, and completely under water in the days after the storm slammed the Bahamas. (AccuWeather / Google Earth)

This before-and-after image shows Leonard M. Thompson International Airport in Marsh Harbour before Hurricane Dorian struck, and completely under water in the days after the storm slammed the Bahamas. (AccuWeather / Google Earth)