Martin Welberg

Martin Welberg

Martin Welberg
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Temple of Karnak as originally looked painted identified colors from traces of original paint

Temple of Karnak as originally looked painted identified colors from traces of original paint

Tomb of Pashedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Deir el-Medina, Egypt, reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II, 13th cent. BC

Tomb of Pashedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Deir el-Medina, Egypt, reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II, 13th cent. BC

by Rafał Olbiński (Polish)

by Rafał Olbiński (Polish)

Queen Ahmose-Nefertari and Pharaoh Ahmose I

Queen Ahmose-Nefertari and Pharaoh Ahmose I

Tomb of Sennefer Valley of the kings ‪#‎Egypt‬

Tomb of Sennefer Valley of the kings ‪#‎Egypt‬

Anthropoid Coffin of Heresenes, detail. Dynasty 26 (664-525 B.C.). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Anthropoid Coffin of Heresenes, detail. Dynasty 26 (664-525 B.C.). Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Great Royal Queen Nefertari Merytmut, Het-Heru (Hathor) High Priestess, (Divine/Royal line traced through her). Chief wife of Rameses II. 19th Dynasty, after the New Kingdom.

Great Royal Queen Nefertari Merytmut, Het-Heru (Hathor) High Priestess, (Divine/Royal line traced through her). Chief wife of Rameses II. 19th Dynasty, after the New Kingdom.

Temple of Amun-Ra (ca. 1579-1075 BCE).For more stories and products please visit us at: www.windandwave-eg.com and contact us at: info@windandwave-eg.com

Temple of Amun-Ra (ca. 1579-1075 BCE).For more stories and products please visit us at: www.windandwave-eg.com and contact us at: info@windandwave-eg.com

Winged Isis, Late Period, 27th–31st Dynasties, 525–332 BCE, bronze, Acquired 1826, Salt collection, N3961, photograph © Georges Poncet, Musée du Louvre

Winged Isis, Late Period, 27th–31st Dynasties, 525–332 BCE, bronze, Acquired 1826, Salt collection, N3961, photograph © Georges Poncet, Musée du Louvre

Statuette of Kha, a wealthy architect of the late 18th Dynasty of Egypt. His tomb was found with all burial goods intact. Clothing, food, pottery, household linens etc. were found in great shape. Kah and his wife Merit were not embalmed, but they were wrapped as mummies. @ wikipedia.org

Statuette of Kha, a wealthy architect of the late 18th Dynasty of Egypt. His tomb was found with all burial goods intact. Clothing, food, pottery, household linens etc. were found in great shape. Kah and his wife Merit were not embalmed, but they were wrapped as mummies. @ wikipedia.org