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Cleoptara, Nefertiti & Tutankhamen : Egyptian Paintings

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Nefertiti first appears on the scene when she becomes the Great Royal Wife of Akhenaten. Scholars still debate her origins, some believing that she was a princess from another land. She gave birth to six daughters. It is possible that she also had sons, although no record has been found of this! King Tutankhamum...the youngest ruler of Egypt. The 12th king of the 18th Dynasty was only eight or nine years old at his succession. His father, Smenkhkare, died at the age of 25 and the cause remains a mystery.Tutankhamun died at the age of 19 from a head injury. This beautifully colored papyrus shows the profile of Queen Cleopatra. She wears the vulture crown that stands for the goddess Nekhbet, the symbol of Upper Egypt. Her earrings are cobras, the symbol of Lower Egypt. She also wears a gorgeous beaded collar with five layers. Cleopatra remains an infamous figure in Ancient Egyptian culture. To her people she was a glorious and ambitious ruler and to her enemies a ruthless entity. She was often portrayed as a beautiful and seductive women who would stop at nothing to expand her empire. Come learn about this women who almost had the world in the grip of her hands. The background of this papyrus is an amazing light wallpaper of Hieroglyphs. This painting is made up on hand made papyrus with skilled Handpainted art. Supplied without frame.
  • Size

    17.5 inches x 14 inches
  • Weight

    40 Gms
  • Color/Material

    Multicolored / Base : Papyrus, Handpainted
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