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Images Dated 29th March 2008

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Choose from 157 pictures in our Images Dated 29th March 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Rosetta Stone. Demotic and Greek scripture Featured 29 Mar 2008 Print

The Rosetta Stone. Demotic and Greek scripture

The Rosetta Stone. Fragment of a black granite stele with an inscription in different languages A?a?A?a?of a decree of Ptolemy V Epiphanes king. Ptolemaic era. 196 BC. Demotic and Greek scripture. Detail. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

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Intefs seated statue. Egypt Featured 29 Mar 2008 Print

Intefs seated statue. Egypt

Intef's seated statue. Limestone. Wearing with a wig, long skirt and with abdominal folds with which scuptor shows Intef's high social status, associated to abundant food and sedentary lifestyle. 1930 BC. 12th Dynasty. Chapel of Intef, Abydos, Egypt. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

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Terracottas female figure. Egypt Featured 29 Mar 2008 Print

Terracottas female figure. Egypt

Terracotta's female figure. Sculpted with an elaborate hairstyle, a necklace and incised points around the navel and buttocks as a tattoo. These figures had a distinctly sexual and they are placed at chapels to invoke fertility or at tombs for the reincarnation of the deceased. 1985-1550 BC. Middle Kingdom (12th Dynasty) or Second Intermediate Period. Origin unknown. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

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