Historical scene of King Tut with his Wife during hunting, unique piece of papyrus, 80 years old Papyrus, Onyx Stone Powder, Perfect sized in 41x65 cm.
• A unique piece of Papyrus, only one piece available, it is unlike any kind of papyrus you will ever find.
• A masterpiece papyrus of 80 years old, It is Fully Handmade by Egyptian talented hands for our bazaar.
• Onyx stone powder, 100% natural colors, made of crushing natural stones to get the coloring powder. It gives the scene its value and uniqueness.
• Symbolic scene of love and support show King Tutankhamen with his wife Ankhesenamen on a hunting expedition. It is believed that this scene is from the honeymoon of the king and the queen.
• Kind Tutankhamun was one of the most significant Rulers in ancient Egyptian. He ruled for almost 10 years from 1333 BC to 1324 BC. It is known through the history that the King married his sister, which was a moral behavior in the ancient myth.
A scene shows King’s Tutankhamun with his wife Ankhesenamen in his honeymoon on a hunting expedition. The king is sitting in a hunting pose, lifting on foot in a pillow. It is believed that he was injured in war earlier. The Queen is sitting next to her husband supporting him and giving him the hunting arrows. The scene reflects the love and harmony between the king and the queen as a symbol of love and respect. It is an application for the saying that “behind every successful man is a woman, behind her is his wife.”
King Tutankhamen has crowned a pharaoh of Egypt for 10 years from 1333 BC to 1324 BC. He is well known in Egyptian history with his tomb in “the valley of the kings”. An English Egyptologist Howard Carter discovered it in 1922. He is the owner of the famous Golden mask that weighed about 10 kilos. King Tut in the ancient Egyptian mythology married his sister, one of the six daughters of Nefertari Ankhesenamen. However, it was a moral behavior in ancient myth.
Unlike any other papyrus you have ever seen, our papyrus is uniquely available in only one piece. Their fabrication dates back to 80 years ago. It is made with the same process of ancient Egyptians. It is cultivated and grew in a shallow freshwater by the Nile River. Then, it follows a process starting from cutting the thick reeds plant into strips, to rub the sheet with ivory.
To add more value and increasing Papyrus appreciation, Artists used onyx stone powder. A full nature paint that is made of crushing natural stones into powder and then use it in coloring the scene on the papyrus. Ancient Egyptian artists were using this kind of powder to paint on the walls of the tombs and temples of kings and queens.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|