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The design of the contemporary dress of Queen “Ankhesenamun” is inspired by a piece of art found in the tomb of her husband, King “Tutankhamun” in the “Valley of the Kings” region, where the “lotus” ﬂower was used anatomically at the top of the dress – next to the heart. The lotus ﬂower is a mythical embodiment of the moment of birth of the ﬁrst sun-rise when it emerged from the ﬁrst water source in the myths of ancient Egypt, and what the moment of sunrise symbolizes from the manifestations of the birth of life and permanent renewal according to the prevailing beliefs at the time. The blue “lotus” ﬂower in ancient Egypt in general also represents a symbol of aﬀection between lovers, which in turn represents a symbolic conﬁrmation of the emotion-al bond between Queen “Ankhesenamun” and her husband, King “Tutankhamun”. This design concept was also conﬁrmed through the use of copper units coated with a layer of gold, as gold is a physical embodiment of sunlight in ancient Egypt, and from it came its relationship with the sunrise and the “lotus” ﬂower, in addition to the use of black color, a physical embodiment of the night sky as the moment in time before sunrise.