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    Dimensions Height: 81,5 cm.Width: 23 cm.Depth: 22 cm.Weight: 15 Kg.Material: resin.Publisher: Temarte S.L.
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    This paperweight is inspired by a sales act found in Shuruppak. Writing was born in Sumer and Elam out of the need to record the wealth of the cities.In the following centuries, scribes improved the invention. Slowly, over the following centuries, the scribes, more draughtsmen than writers, improved this invention. Around 2600 BC, writing was sufficiently...
  • 105 € In Stock
    The somewhat crude quality of this tablet is explained by the fact that it would have been fashioned by an apprentice scribe. It features three lines of writing in the hand of the apprentice's master. The pupil's clumsy efforts to copy certain of the symbols can be seen underneath and on the reverse side of the tablet.A great many school tablets have been...
  • 120 € In Stock
    The Sumerians used to ensure the durability and identity of their official constructions by burying in the foundations a large nail, sometimes in solidarity with a figurine and intended to symbolically tie up the building, and a written document, intended to preserve the memory of the builder and the destination of his work. The support for the writing...
  • 162 € In Stock
    Scribes enjoyed a leading place in the administration of ancient Egypt. The position was offered to those who had finished school and had completed their training in the administration.The young scribe student went through an exam after which he was granted a reed and a palette. He was then qualified to join the administration.Scribes came from any social...
  • 82 € In Stock
    The sphinx, a creature with a lion's body and a human head, appeared very early in Egyptian civilization. The most famous remains the one that was built in the Ancient Empire on the site of the pyramids of Giza. It combines the intelligence and authority of the king with the physical power of the lion. This one, in the name of King Nectanébo 1st, wears...
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    This reproduction was realized from an imprint taken from the original of the antique goldsmith masterpiece Pendant in the name of King Osorkon II: the family of the god Osiris, made of gold, lapis-lazuli and red glass, 874-850 BC, kept at the Louvre museum. Pharaoh Osorkon II is represented crouching on a lapis-lazuli pillar. He is presented under the...
  • 615 € In Stock
    Pharaonic Egypt knew how to create types of animals to such a degree of personalization that anyone recognize the forms of an Egyptian cat. Standing in observation on its back paws, the animal is "caught" by the sculptor with such vivacity that one could believe it is about to come to life.It would seem that the domestic cat, called "myeou" according to...
  • 178 € In Stock
    These bookends made of resin are inspired by an egyptian sculpture belonging to the cubic type that appeared during the Middle Empire (1295-1069 B.C), and were highly appreciated until the Late Period. The volume of the first examples was highly simplified, giving really the impression of a cube. Over time, however, the shape of the body and arms became...
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