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Statuette au nom de Mâia, chanteuse de Thot XIXe dyn.; XXe dyn. Terre cuite modelée et peinte Haut.: 20.7 cm; larg.: 6.8 cm coudes; ép.: 3.3 cm mains Découverte : Lieu de découverte indéterminé ; circonstances indéterminées

Statuette au nom de Mâia, chanteuse de Thot XIXe dyn.; XXe dyn. Terre cuite modelée et peinte Haut.: 20.7 cm; larg.: 6.8 cm coudes; ép.: 3.3 cm mains Découverte : Lieu de découverte indéterminé ; circonstances indéterminées

Ancient Egyptian units of measurement. Lengths could be measured by ordinary cubit rods, such as the examples of which have been found in the tombs of officials for lengths up to the sizes measured by remen and royal cubits which were used for land measures such as roads and fields utilizing rods, poles and knotted cords. These cubits are 52.5 cm long and are divided into palms and hands, each palm is divided into four fingers from left to right and the fingers are further subdivided into ro…

Ancient Egyptian units of measurement. Lengths could be measured by ordinary cubit rods, such as the examples of which have been found in the tombs of officials for lengths up to the sizes measured by remen and royal cubits which were used for land measures such as roads and fields utilizing rods, poles and knotted cords. These cubits are 52.5 cm long and are divided into palms and hands, each palm is divided into four fingers from left to right and the fingers are further subdivided into ro…

Writing board of an apprentice scribe, Dynasty 11 or earlier (ca. 2030 b.c.) Egyptian; Provenance unknown Whitewashed wood and ink

Writing board of an apprentice scribe, Dynasty 11 or earlier (ca. 2030 b.c.) Egyptian; Provenance unknown Whitewashed wood and ink

Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa 3650-3300 B.C. Terracotta, 11 1/2 in. (29.3 cm) high. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

Egyptian Predynastic Female Figurine dating to circa 3650-3300 B.C. Terracotta, 11 1/2 in. (29.3 cm) high. Located in the Brooklyn Museum

Statue of an unnamed administrator, wood, 29.2 cm; Dynasty XVIII; the garment was probably linen, and shows the pleats popular at the time. British Museum, London, U.K.

Statue of an unnamed administrator, wood, 29.2 cm; Dynasty XVIII; the garment was probably linen, and shows the pleats popular at the time. British Museum, London, U.K.

the nightmare painting | The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli, produced in 1781. Oil on canvas 127 x ...

the nightmare painting | The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli, produced in 1781. Oil on canvas 127 x ...

Culture/period:   Naqada I Ancient Egypt - female figure in carved bone @Clare Thompson Museum.org

Culture/period: Naqada I Ancient Egypt - female figure in carved bone @Clare Thompson Museum.org

The most significant showpiece of this period is the "Tazza Farnese" in Naples. An approximately 107 BC produced, both sides engraved magnificent shell of banded agate with a diameter of 20 cm.

The most significant showpiece of this period is the "Tazza Farnese" in Naples. An approximately 107 BC produced, both sides engraved magnificent shell of banded agate with a diameter of 20 cm.

Mamluk sword, Egypt/Syria, 13th-15th c, straight double-edged steel blade with inscription on both sides, the hilt with rounded, ridged pommel, oval-shaped wood reserved in the centre, wrist-strap ring above, pierced quillon tips, 106cm, similar examples are identified as Mamluk and dated to the 14th c, they must have derived from the Ayyubid style of the Saif Badawi or the 'Bedouin Sword'. This Arab tradition of the Saif Badawi was continued in Saudi Arabia, Zanzibar and Oman until the 19th…

Mamluk sword, Egypt/Syria, 13th-15th c, straight double-edged steel blade with inscription on both sides, the hilt with rounded, ridged pommel, oval-shaped wood reserved in the centre, wrist-strap ring above, pierced quillon tips, 106cm, similar examples are identified as Mamluk and dated to the 14th c, they must have derived from the Ayyubid style of the Saif Badawi or the 'Bedouin Sword'. This Arab tradition of the Saif Badawi was continued in Saudi Arabia, Zanzibar and Oman until the 19th…

Estatua de Memi y Sabu, Reino Antiguo, D-IV, 2575-2465 A.C., origen Giza. Las estatuas dobles, por lo general representan a un marido y su mujer, fueron colocados a menudo en un serdab, a menudo en las capillas de las tumbas no reales del Reino Antiguo. Los egipcios creían que el espíritu del difunto podría usar una estatua como una casa y entrar en él con el fin de beneficiarse de las donaciones de alimentos que fueron traídos a la capilla ofrenda de la tumba.

Estatua de Memi y Sabu, Reino Antiguo, D-IV, 2575-2465 A.C., origen Giza. Las estatuas dobles, por lo general representan a un marido y su mujer, fueron colocados a menudo en un serdab, a menudo en las capillas de las tumbas no reales del Reino Antiguo. Los egipcios creían que el espíritu del difunto podría usar una estatua como una casa y entrar en él con el fin de beneficiarse de las donaciones de alimentos que fueron traídos a la capilla ofrenda de la tumba.

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