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Voyage to the Divine Union Feast for MAC and Windows FREE


 

Voyage to the Divine Union Feast for MAC and Windows FREE

With text, images and video; hover your mouse and click the reconstruction to find out about the Voyage to the Divine Union Feast.
Karnak Great Court for MAC and Windows FREECompatible with both Apple Mac and Windows

System requirements:
Apple Mac
Windows 10, 8,7, XP or Vista.
Screen Resolution 1200X743 or higher.

NOTE:- You need Adobe AIR to run this app – If you do not already have it installed on your computer you can get it for free here:- http://get.adobe.com/air/otherversions/

Ramesseum Second Court Limited Edition


Ramesseum Second Court

Ramesseum Second Court Limited Edition

The Ramesseum is the mortuary temple (public tomb) of Pharaoh Ramesses II. It is located in the Theban necropolis on the western side of the Nile near the modern city of Luxor.

Today the remains of the second court include the Osiride portico in front of the hypostyle hall. Its Osiride pillars and columns together with the scattered remains of the two seated granite statues of the king give an idea of the building’s original splendour.

This reconstruction shows an elderly pharaoh, possibly Ramesses II, and his entourage in the foreground. To the left are three priests consulting papyrus scrolls, in the background we can see and elderly priest being helped down the steps and in front of the left statue four priests are bowing before an offering table.

Ramesseum Second Court is a limited Edition print. Each print is made with light fast inks and printed on 305gsm museum quality Hahnemuhle fine art paper.

The quality is exceptional and if framed with acid free mount card and board will retain its detail and colour for around 200 years.

Each print is signed and numbered and comes with a certificate of authentication. Paper size 19 inches (48cm) wide by 13 high (33cm) The edition is limited to just 200 world wide.

UK Shipping Fee £10 International Shipping Fee £15

Price  £100

100.00 GBP converts to 131.53 USD *

100.00 GBP converts to 169.99 CAD *

100.00 GBP converts to 111,86 EUR *

100.00 GBP converts to 180.69 AUD *

100.00 GBP converts to 196.94 NZD *

100.00 GBP converts to 14,814.32 JPY *

100.00 GBP converts to 470.28 ILS *

100.00 GBP converts to 900.48 CNY *

Opet Festival at Karnak Limited Edition


Opet Festival at Karnak

Opet Festival at Karnak Limited Edition

The Opet festival at Karnak, was one of the most important annual festivals in ancient Egypt, the people received free bread and beer and the celebrations lasted for 27 days.

It began at Karnak with a procession – The statue of Amun was placed in a shrine and carried on a ceremonial barque (boat) to Luxor temple through crowded streets.

At Luxor ceremonies were performed to transfer Amun’s power to Pharaoh and ensure the fertility of the earth.

Opet Festival at Karnak is a limited Edition print. Each print is made with light fast inks and printed on 305gsm museum quality Hahnemuhle fine art paper.

The quality is exceptional and if framed with acid free mount card and board will retain its detail and colour for around 200 years.

Each print is signed and numbered and comes with a certificate of authentication. Paper size 19 inches (48cm) wide by 13 high (33cm) The edition is limited to just 200 world wide.

UK Shipping Fee £10 International Shipping Fee £15

Price  £100

100.00 GBP converts to 131.53 USD *

100.00 GBP converts to 169.99 CAD *

100.00 GBP converts to 111,86 EUR *

100.00 GBP converts to 180.69 AUD *

100.00 GBP converts to 196.94 NZD *

100.00 GBP converts to 14,814.32 JPY *

100.00 GBP converts to 470.28 ILS *

100.00 GBP converts to 900.48 CNY *

 

Temple of Isis Poster


Temple of Isis Poster

Temple of Isis Poster

The Temple of Isis at Philae – I used my own sketches and photos, with floor plans of the temple, as well as some help from paintings by David Roberts, which he made in 1838.

With these resources it was possible, with a bit of artistic licence, to reconstruct a 3D model of how the hypostyle hall might have appeared in ancient times.

The poster is A2 size 420 x 594 mm 16.5 x 23.5 inches and printed on 170gsm gloss paper with a white margin.

Temple of Isis Poster
(Translation of the above) Thoth speaks after he looks upon his enemies on the ground. He says, “Gods in heaven let you hearts rejoice, and let your hearts rejoice gods who are in the earth. Horus, the Youthful One, comes in peace and on his journey he has displayed deeds of great might, which he has performed according to the Book of Slaying the Hippopotamus”
UK price including shipping £25
World wide price including shipping £28

28.00 GBP converts to 36.83 USD *

28.00 GBP converts to 47.60 CAD *

28.00 GBP converts to 31,32 EUR *

28.00 GBP converts to 50.59 AUD *

28.00 GBP converts to 55.14 NZD *

28.00 GBP converts to 4,148.01 JPY *

28.00 GBP converts to 131.68 ILS *

28.00 GBP converts to 252.13 CNY *

Temple of Horus at Edfu Limited Edition


Temple of Horus at Edfu Limited Edition

Traveling for pleasure and sightseeing have been around for a very long time. At the temple of Edfu, today’s visitors can see a 2000-year-old tourist guide; it’s inscribed in a 300 meter band around the enclosure wall.

The author, an unknown priest, describes the temple in its heyday including its religious services, painted walls, fixtures and fittings. With “the embellishing of its walls with gold, the laying on of the colours” the imposing building must have glinted like a precious jewel in the sunlight.

The writer even tells us that work on the temple had to be halted for a time because of a rebellion in Upper Egypt.

His account of the temple’s inauguration festival conjures up a lively scene of excess. People from as far away as Dendara, where Hathor, wife of the god Horus had her temple, traveled upriver to join in the festivities and a great time was had by all.

Temple of Horus at Edfu is a limited Edition print.

Each print is made with light fast inks and printed on 305gsm museum quality Hahnemuhle fine art paper.

The quality is exceptional and if framed with acid free mount card and board will retain its detail and colour for around 200 years. Each print is signed and numbered and delivered in an extra thick custom made mailing tube.

Each print comes with a certificate of authentication. Paper size 19 inches (48cm) wide by 13 high (33cm) The edition is limited to just 200 world wide. UK Shipping Fee £10 International Shipping Fee £15

Price  £100

100.00 GBP converts to 131.53 USD *

100.00 GBP converts to 169.99 CAD *

100.00 GBP converts to 111,86 EUR *

100.00 GBP converts to 180.69 AUD *

100.00 GBP converts to 196.94 NZD *

100.00 GBP converts to 14,814.32 JPY *

100.00 GBP converts to 470.28 ILS *

100.00 GBP converts to 900.48 CNY *