Posted by Egypt King | Monday, November 10, 2014 | Artefacts
This fragment of relief was found in the temple of Ptah during the excavations of W. F. Petrie at Memphis in 1908. Representing a funeral scene stemming from a tomb of the 5th Dynasty, the block was re-used in the Ramesside Period.
The relief show bearers of offerings who head towards the funerary chapel of the deceased with pomp.
Art and artifacts were evaluated by the ancient Egyptians. Different spheres of Egyptian life can be studied by analyzing ancient Egyptian...
The shadoof or shaduf was an ancient tool used to draw water for irrigational purposes. It was the earliest form of water raising machin...
The water clock of Ancient Egyptian was an dual-use instrument. It has been used to indicate the time and also keep track of how long a p...
Since prehistoric times, agriculture in Egypt depended on the waters of the River Nile and its regular annual flood Egyptian lands, ...
The earliest ancient Egyptians buried their dead in small pits in the desert. The heat and dryness of the sand dehydrated the bod...
False beard was a symbol of religious symbols and the Royal and noble in ancient Egypt. Although beards were popular with ancien...
Egyptian antique furniture provides almost the only surviving examples of genuine antique furniture. Egyptians believed that possessions ...
Egypt is a country in Africa and the Middle East. The ancient name of Egypt is "black earth" Kemet meaning. He received his name...
Although the Egyptians regarded education as a necessity, the education system was limited to priests (scribe) and affluent class of soc...
This mask is part of the coffin -shaped wooden gilded mummy Amenemope. The mask is made of thick plates with gold molded the f...
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