Check out An Oracle of Kemet: Tarot of the Noutjeru: Tarot in the Artistic Style of New Kingdom Egypt Companion and Guidebook by Douglas Blake.
“In a carefully-researched guide designed to be a companion to the Tarot of the Noutjeru deck, Douglas Blake leans on his intensive past studies and original artwork to provide a fascinating examination of the concept and format of this seventy-eight card deck. Blake’s comprehensive presentation highlights the history of Tarot ‘Triumphi,’ the details of the cards that include high-resolution images, the practical uses of the Tarot that touch on Sortilege, Cartomancy, and Meditation, and recommendations for use in spreads that offer examples and charts. Included is a brief appendix with charts illustrating astrological, elemental, and Qabalistic attributions as well as Kemetic (ancient Egyptian) Decanates followed by a bibliography and glossary. An Oracle of Kemet: Tarot of the Noutjeru is an in-depth guide and companion book to a unique Tarot deck with an intriguing history and multi-faceted appeal to those interested in its aesthetics as well as its esoteric and practical value.”
And the deck appears to be available separately: An Oracle of Kemet: Tarot of the Noutjeru
“This 78 card Tarot deck has appeal for its aesthetics as well as its esoteric and practical value. It is authentically rendered after the style of the artistic development in Egypt circa 1549-1069bc. It is also intended that the symbolism applied to the Tarot following European traditions as well as the potency of Archetypal images (as propounded by the Jungian school of thought) is represented with the refinement, elegance and purity of Ancient Egyptian iconography.”