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As old as Egypt itself, Papyrus was the everyday paper of the time of the Pharaohs. the following selection is a reproduction of the original paper, made today using the same Papyrus plant and the same techniques in labs across Egypt.

A certificate of authenticity is also provided.

DCP00262.JPG (83529 bytes)

 

 

 

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US$ 29.95

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US$  9.95

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The Pharaoh in the presence of Anubis, god of mummification and Hathor to whom he makes
an offering.

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US$ 14.95

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The funerary mask of King Tut Ankh Amon. The real  mask is made of Gold and semi-precious stone and weighs about 20 Pounds. The artist in this painting has successfully reproduced the effect of the gold and stones in very bight colors.

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A depiction of the funerary mask of King Tut in a frame made of the Hieroglyphic alphabet.

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DCP00266.JPG (102273 bytes)


King Tut and his lovely Wife. She id offering him papyrus flowers. A garden like background and a beautiful depiction of the garments they wear.

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DCP00267.JPG (97176 bytes)


A nobleman and his Lady friends all beautifully dressed in front of the tree of life.

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Ramses the second wearing the crown of Amon. with a tall plumes, two cobra and the sun disk of the god Ra in the presence of the goddess Hathor.

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DCP00273.JPG (90420 bytes)



Ramses the second wearing the Keprech ( Helmet of War ) , offers flowers the Hathor, goddess of love and music.

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DCP00275.JPG (98449 bytes)



King Tut in his chariot Hunting ducks
with bow and arrows. his dog running along.

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DCP00277.JPG (83616 bytes)


The Purification of the King Pharaoh.
The gods Horus and Toth pouring sacred
water over the Pharaoh.

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DCP00280.JPG (67023 bytes)



Queen Nefertari, the beloved wife of king
Ramses the second, bringing offerings to the goddess love and music, Hathor.

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Goddess Maat symbol of justice and truth
kneeling before Hathor goddess of love and music.

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DCP00261.JPG (38318 bytes)

An offering from the Pharaoh and his wife to the goddess Hathor - goddess of love and music. The Queen offers a musical instrument: the sistrum. 

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DCP00270.JPG (60199 bytes)



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