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AUTHENT Collection Set of 4 Handmade Papyrus Egyptian Art Painting_32x12" Inches

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Seller: bellymix (8,057) 100%, Location: Ontario, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 360390076131 ** AUTHENT Collection Set of 4 Handmade Papyrus Egyptian Art Painting...32"x12" Inches ** ** Set Of 4 Huge Egyptian Handmade Papyrus (AUTHENTIC COLLECTION)....32"X12" ** + 5 FREE BOOKMARKS You are bidding on 4 Authentic Collection of Egyptian Papyrus Art paintings Size 32'' x 12'' Inches, which had been skilfully painted by Egyptian artisans on the highest quality papyrus and are characterized by their uniqueness. They are Signed By The Artist........(SEALED in a Plastic Wrap) Each papyrus comes with a Guarantee Certificate that assures the Papyrus to be planted in Egypt and has the same chemical and physical properties that our ancient Egyptian Papyrus had. The colourful hand drawing is very impressive. Perfect for adding life and color to your home or office. All our prints are of the best quality with brilliant colors. ** This print makes a great addition to any collection ** ** It also makes a great gift ** ....YOU WON"T FIND THIS COLLECTION ANYWHERE.... Historical Outline 1- HORUS Horus is the Falcon-God ‘Lord of the Sky’ and symbol of divine kingship. The name Horus is a latinized form of the greek ‘Hores’ which in turn derived from the egyptian ‘Hor’. This name comes from the same root as the egyptian word for ‘the high’ or ‘far away’. Horus was represented either as a falcon-headed man or as a falcon. The sky was represented by the wings of Horus and his two eyes symbolized the sun and the moon, with the right eye being the sun and the left, the moon. The phrase ‘the eye of Horus’ usually refers to the moon eye. It was this eye that was lost to Seth and later, after being recovered, presented to Osiris to aid him in his resurrection. The falcon was sacred to Horus from the earliest times and the image of a falcon on its perch became the hieroglyp symbol representing the word ‘God’. In ancient Egypt, the Pharaoh was seen as a manifestation of the ‘living Horus’ on the throne of Egypt and each succeeding Pharaoh used the name of Horus as the first of his titles. 2- Egyptian Musicians Tomb of Nakht, Egypt. Dynasty XVIII 1450 B.C According to the great quantity of musical instruments found in the tombs, music was a source of pleasure and relaxation for rich Egyptians. The main instrument was the harp, followed by the flute. In this representation of a painting in the tomb of Nakht (an astronomer of the God Amun during the kingdom of Amenhotep III) we see a flute player, A harp player and a youth playing the norva; the latter one being close to our banjo and made out of a turtle shell. The three instrumentalists are lightly dressed with transparent clothes and veils. They have incense sticks over the head to perfume the body and hair. 3- Hathor Valley of the Queens, Egypt. Dynasty XIX 1270 B.C. Her name means “The Dwelling of Horus”, for it was thought that Horus as the Sun God came to rest each evening on her breast before being reborn with the awakening dawn. Hathor is the great Sky-Goddess that as a celestial cow gave birth to the universe. She was often represented as a cow or with bovine attributes such as a cow’s head, cow’s ears or horns on her headdress. Hathor was the Goddess of Joy and Motherhood and the embodiment of all that is best in women. She was also considered the Goddess of music, song, dance and lighthearted pleasure, but she was essentially a Moon Goddess. She was considered the protectress of pregnant women and midwives. Her main cult centre was at Dendera, where she was worshipped along with her husband, Horus. Hathor was the Supreme Goddess of sexual love in Egypt, immediately identified with Aphrodite by the Greeks. Her temple at Dendera was “The House of Intoxication and Enjoyment”. Her main attributes were two ritual instruments carried by her priestesses, the sistrum, a bronze sacred rattle and the menat, a necklace, thick with beads and a counterpoise long enough to be grasped in the hand which was only worn by Hathor, but used by her priestesses as a healing instrument. 4- Ramses the II Ramses the Great ascended to the throne at the age of 25. The son of Seti I and Queen Tuya he was the third king of the 19th Dynasty. In his 67 year reign he undertook an unparalleled building program. No other pharaoh built so many temples or erected so many colossal obelisks and statues. It seems that everything was done on a grand scale, he had 200 wives and concubines, 96 sons and 60 daughters. Ramses took part in the first recorded major battle. This happened at Kadesh and, although proclaimed as a great victory, actually ended in stalemate. Several reports of this battle survive in tomb inscriptions from the period. In Nubia Ramses built seven temples, the huge rock cut temple of Abu Simbel is the most impressive. Construction began around the fifteenth year of his reign and continued for about twenty years. Somewhere during this time, Ramses ordered his workmen to re-carve the scenes on the walls to portray him as an equal of the gods. When it was finished Ramses called it "The House of Ramses, Beloved of Amun". Four giant statues of Ramses II make up the facade of the temple. They tower 66 feet above the ground. Amazingly in the 1960's the monument was dismantled and moved over 200 feet to higher ground where it was reconstructed. This saved it from the rising waters of the NileLake Nassar. The moving of this temple and the smaller temple that Ramses built for his favorite Queen, the beautiful when the Aswan Dam was built to create Nefertari, took four years. 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