Ramesses II coronation scene, Egyptian Handmade Papyrus, Royal, Dark color, without frame, Perfectly Painted with Gouache colors, 120X60 Cm.
• Royal Egyptian Papyrus, which is one significant character of Ancient Egyptian’s civilization.
• Easy roled, high-quality papyrus made at the process of the Ancient Egyptians. It is cultivated along the Nile River in shallow freshwater to be strong and flexible.
• Egyptian talented artistes used shiny rich Gouache paint, made up of water and oil mixture, in order to feature each detail.
• Decorated with Hieroglyphic letters to reflect the spirit of Ancient Egyptian history.
• A scene of King Ramesses II the great, while his coronation ceremony. The scene follows the progress of the coronation, at first the King is prepared by Goddess Isis and Nephthys. Then, God Horus heals him. After that, Queen Nephthys makes offerings to Osiris, holding two jars in her hand. Lastly, Horus is introducing Ramses to Osiris, as he is ready now to be the new king.
• King Ramesses II was known as the youngest King in history. He ruled at the age of 25 years. He was also remarkable in gaining the first peace treaty in history.
A scene refers to the ceremony of Ramses II coronation. He was crowned as the Pharaoh of Egypt (1279 BC to 1213 BC). He is the youngest King in history as he ruled Egypt at the age of 25 years old. At the age of 15, he was the prince of Egypt. As a prince, he joined his father (Pharaoh Sethi) campaigns. Then at the age of 22 years old, he led battles by himself.
Reading the scene from the left side, Goddess Isis (the goddess of motherhood and magic) with the goddess, Nephthys (the protective goddess of the dead) are preparing God Osiris for the coronation to crown Ramses as the new King. In the next scene, we can see King Ramses is being prepared after healing from the war by Horus (God of protection) and Anubis (God of modification). Next, Queen Nefertari is making offerings to God Osiris holding two jars in each hand. One jar contains Lotus oil, which is a symbol of love and happiness, and the other jar contains papyrus oil, which is a symbol of peace. Since she was always calling for living happily in peace. The last scene, Horus is introducing Ramses to Osiris as he is ready now to be the new king.
The scene is depicted on the papyrus as detailed as the scene found in the king’s tomb. Our talented artists use Gouache shinny rich paint that was used in the Egyptian galleries by ancient artists. The smooth paint makes a shiny effect for perfect coverage of the scene.
Our papyrus is handmade the same way as the Ancient Egyptians. We have a license from the government to make this papyrus of definitely high quality.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|