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  • Nemulator is a project that aims to visualize "nemes," or different fragments of states of mind.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • They wore peacock kilts, collars and bracelets of gold, and flaring gold nemes headdresses.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Intelligent and well educated people go on and on discussing anti-Armenianism, hurling the nemes back and forth, yet they never tell us what they mean by the term.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Finkelstein Affair:

  • Pharaoh wore the nemes crown and carried the sceptre, but behind the pomp and the regalia, he was still a little old man with a pot-belly and a sad face.

    River God

  • She wore the light nemes crown and the golden head of the cobra on her brow.

    River God

  • This morning he wore the light nemes crown of starched and folded linen, secured around his forehead with the gold band of the uraeus.

    River God

  • * His apparel (?) is in the Great House, * the double crown, the _nemes_ bandlet, and the helmet.

    The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians

  • The human-headed monsters, wearing the _claft_ or _nemes_, images of Egyptian Pharaohs, were obviously modelled in imitation of ancient originals.

    Pagan and Christian Rome

  • This large sandstone statue of the pharaoh Amenhotep IV shows him with a double-crown, on top of his "nemes" royal headdress.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • Visitors look at the Colossal Statue of Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten in nemes and double crown at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

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