Card illustration for "Monumental", Chang-Wei Chen
https://www.instagram.com/changwei_chen_art/ Hi guys, Here are some illustration I did for Funforge's "Monumental" project. Here is the link to its kickstarter page : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/funforge/monumental Really enjoy
ANCIENT EGYPT THEBES Memnonium Inside view of the Temple from the West Description de l'Egypte (DESCRIPTION OF EGYPT) FROM NAPOLEON'S 1798 to 1801 EGYPTIAN EXPEDITION FROM VOLUME II PLATE 37
Egyptian Cosmetic Spoon
Egyptian Cosmetic Spoon This cosmetic spoon in the form of a naked young woman carrying an amphora on her shoulder and a bunch of lotus flowers. She wears a broad collar, a wig and a tiny waistband....
Temple of Edfu. Ancient Egypt
Luxor …. Tiba “Thebes” the capital As the great capital of Upper Egypt, the city of Thebes (Luxor now) was established and later became the religious capital of the nation before this situation changed during the Roman period. The establishment of the city of Thebes dates back to the time of the 4th Pharaonic Dynasty …
Egypt: Tombs of Luxor - Smit & Palarczyk
[EGYPT 29402] 'Flutist in Kheruef's tomb at Luxor.' This relief detail in the tomb of Kheruef shows a flutist who performs on the occasion of the First Jubilee (heb sed) festival of Amenhotep III, whose cartouche can be seen at the top of the picture. Kheruef was steward of Queen Tiy, the wife of Amenhotep III, and played an important role during festivals. His (unfinished) tomb (TT 192) can be found in the Asasif Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor. It is one of the socalled "Tombs of the…
Tomb of Queen Nefertari the wife of Ramses II in the Valley of the Kings - Luxor - Egypt.
The tomb of Nefertari is a true mortuary palace because it consists of seven rooms. Although each room has its peculiarities
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EgyptianEarth.The Sumerian god Anu existed in their cosmogony as a dome that covered the flat earth; Outside of this dome was the primordial body of water known as Nammu (not to be confused with the subterranean Abzu).The Egyptians depicted the sky as a side-view arch represented by the goddess Nut.