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La escena de entrenamiento es muy bonita, pero llaman especialmente la atención las ropas

La escena de entrenamiento es muy bonita, pero llaman especialmente la atención las ropas

Ostracon figuré : femme allaitant un enfant vers 1300-1200 av JC Musée du Louvre #Allaitement_et_nounou

Ostracon figuré : femme allaitant un enfant vers av JC Musée du Louvre…

Limestone ostracon: on the recto a scene in black ink depicting a monkey eating from a bowl filled with pomegranates. On the verso four incomplete lines of a legal text.

Limestone ostracon: on the recto a scene in black ink depicting a monkey eating from a bowl filled with pomegranates. On the verso four incomplete lines of a legal text.

ancient egyptian toilets | Use of the mirrors in Ancient Egypt; one of the earliest image of a ...

Ophthalmology of the Pharaohs: Antimicrobial Kohl Eyeliner in Ancient Egypt - Body Horrors

Este es mi debilidad, se trata de ejercicios de retratos frontales

Deir el-Medina objects at Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

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Limestone Ostrakon showing a woman suckling a child

The ancient Egyptian stele of Keti and Senet; they flank an offering table and smell blue lotuses, symbols of rebirth.

Ostracon: Ramesses II Suckled by a Goddess, c. 1279-1213 BC Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, reign of Ramesses II, 1279-1213 BC painted limestone, Overall - h:31.20 w:18.20 d:3.30 cm (h:12 1/4 w:7 1/8 d:1 1/4 inches) Wt: approx. 5 lbs.

Ostracon: Ramesses II Suckled by a Goddess, c. BC Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty reign of Ramesses II, BC

CARPENTER / EGYPT.RELIEF / C.1200 BCEgyptian, New Kingdom, 19th dynasty, c. 1200 BC.  Fragment of a tomb relief with depiction of a carpenter.  Sandstone, painted.

CARPENTER / EGYPT.RELIEF / C.1200 BCEgyptian, New Kingdom, 19th dynasty, c. 1200 BC. Fragment of a tomb relief with depiction of a carpenter. Sandstone, painted.

This ostracon from the Ramesside period has a beautiful drawing of a girl with two lilies on her head. It is found by Petrie behind a school of artists in the Ramesseum brick galleries and described in his "Six temples at Thebes" on page 17 as an “excellent drawing “of “a girls head, carefully drawn and finished up with red cheeks; but a rival student took it up and added, with a different brush, the dog scratching her nose”. The dog is probably not a dog and is nowadays described as a…

This ostracon from the Ramesside period has a beautiful drawing of a girl with two lilies on her head. It is found by Petrie behind a school of artists in the Ramesseum brick galleries and described in his "Six temples at Thebes" on page 17 as an “excellent drawing “of “a girls head, carefully drawn and finished up with red cheeks; but a rival student took it up and added, with a different brush, the dog scratching her nose”. The dog is probably not a dog and is nowadays described as a…

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