A scene refers to King Tut's Throne, which was found on the back of the Golden Throne of King. The scene is from the daily life of the pharaoh. The young Tutankhamun sits in a relaxed pose, while his wife Ankhesenamun rubs her husband's shoulder with fragrance oils, under the light and the warmth of the god of the sun, Ra. The scene refers to the love and unity between the king and the queen. If you look closely, you can spot a golden bracelet on Tutankhamun's left foot, as well as king tut wife, has the same jewelry on her right leg. In ancient Egypt, these bracelets were considered as a symbol of betrothal. The scene is a symbol of love and respect between the husband and the wife as respect and love.
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. In addition, 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.
This exclusive papyrus is available only in one piece. It is hand-crafted by real Egyptian artists, from more than 80 years ago. The papyrus is cultivated and made with the same way of Ancient Egyptians, which makes it strong and flexible, and neither time nor temperature affects it.
The artwork is made of onyx stone powder, a 100% natural paint. It is a rich royal kind of paint that was used by ancient Egyptian artists to paint on the walls of the tombs and temples of the Kings and Queens. It is very special and valuable paint as it is made of crushing Gemstones into powder to be always shiny and new.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|