Egyptian Papyrus Painting; Tutakhamun & Ankhesenamun [ Roxanne Anjou Closet ]
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Portrayed here on genuine papyrus is Tutakhamun, with his wife Ankhesenamun in their royal attire. Above them is Nekhbet, goddess of Upper Egypt, represented by the Vulture, holding the shen ring; which symbolizes eternity. Above this scene are golden hieroglyphs. This pristine beautiful, authentic vintage hand-crafted work is flawless and made all the more amazing with its palette of Black, Earth Tones, Golden and Copper hues. Prepared for mounting and framing, it will add substance, exotic class and ancient flair to your home or office decor. *** Papyrus is a thin paper-like material made from the pith of the papyrus plant, Cyperus papyrus. This wetland rush was abundant in the Sudd of Southern Sudan and along the Nile Delta of Egypt. Papyrus is first known to have been used in ancient Egypt from ca. 2560--2550 BCE, but it was also used throughout the Mediterranean region and in Kingdom of Kush. NOTE: This Oversized Item (USPS Mailing Tube Specifications) is Excluded from my Multi Sale Discount Offer.
0"L x 26.5"H x 18.25"W
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