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древний египет рисунки - Поиск в Google

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Pectoral with the winged scarab, feldspar.  Tutankhamun’s tomb.  Valley of the Kings, Egypt.  18th dinasty (New Kingdom), 1332-1323 B.C.

This beautiful pendant illustrates the throne name of King Tutankhamun, "Neb- kheprew-re." The central element is the scarab "Khepri" made of a fine piece of lapis lazuli, and three strokes of plural "sign in hieroglyphs" below it.

Ancient Magic Symbols | ... Eye of Horus protective amulet + Ankh - Magical symbols Ancient Egypt

Egyptian Eye of Horus protective amulet + Ankh - Magical symbols Ancient Egypt

Ancient Magic Symbols | ... Eye of Horus protective amulet + Ankh - Magical symbols Ancient Egypt

Hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera

Ancient Egyptian Art: (not canvas) The second and fourth hour of the day at Dendera. Entering the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera.

Цветовая насыщенность Древнего Египта: paradoxov

Artcurial: sale of Symbolist paintings with some original frames, Paris 2017

Egyptian Statue Representing Sokar (Ptah-Sokar-Osiris), Late Period, 664-332 BCMade of polychrome wood and gilded stucco.  He wears a plumed crown with a sun disc and stylized ram’s horns, similar to the crown of Sobek.Click here to read about Sokar.

archaicwonder: “ Egyptian Statue Representing Sokar (Ptah-Sokar-Osiris), Late Period, BC Made of polychrome wood and gilded stucco. He wears a plumed crown with a sun disc and stylized ram’s.

Fragmento de pintura mural del tumba de Kynebu. Ramésida. British Museum. Foto en G. ANDREU, La statuette d'Ahmès Néfertari, París, 1997, p. 43, 46

Fragment of mural painting of the Kynebu tomb from Ramesside period which was the cycle in ancient Egyptian history between the century BC to the century BC, covering the and Dynasties, as the New Kingdom of Egypt. At The British Museum in London.

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The third eye (also known as the inner eye) is a mystical and esoteric concept referring to a speculative invisible eye which provides perception beyond ordinary sight. In certain dharmic spiritual traditions such as Hinduism, the third eye refers.

Sometimes while working on projects we develop bits and pieces that never end up being used. It always feels a little sad to just jettison this design debris that we invested time into. So occation...

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