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Book of the Deads. 651 -525 BC. Papyrus. Egyptian


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Book of the Deads. 651 -525 BC. Papyrus. Egyptian

Book of the Deads. 651 -525 BC. Papyrus. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. TURKEY. Istanbul. Archaeological Museum

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This photograph showcases a print of the "Book of the Dead, " an ancient Egyptian papyrus dating back to 651-525 BC. The artwork, displayed in Istanbul's Archaeological Museum, represents the rich history and cultural significance of Egypt during the New Kingdom period. The Book of the Dead is a collection of religious texts and spells that were believed to guide souls through the afterlife. This particular print captures both its age and antiquity, with faded colors and delicate details that speak volumes about ancient Egyptian beliefs and society. Photographed horizontally, this image provides a glimpse into one of Turkey's most renowned museums, where visitors can explore artifacts from various civilizations. The photographic representation allows viewers to appreciate not only the artistry but also gain insight into religious practices prevalent during this time. As we observe this print, it serves as a reminder that religion played a vital role in shaping societies throughout history. The Book of the Dead offers valuable insights into ancient Egyptian beliefs surrounding death and their quest for immortality. While appreciating this photograph for its historical value, let us acknowledge Mary Evans Prints Online for preserving these significant pieces without commercial intent. Their dedication ensures that future generations can continue to learn from these relics of our past.

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