Antique Statue Rare Ancient Egyptian Pharaonic Egyptian writer Stone

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Seller: mahhas67 (26) 100%, Location: elasafra, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 401901792593 Statue of the Egyptian writer at the Egyptian Museum in CairoScribes had a fundamental role in the intellectual and cultural life of ancient Egypt,They were considered the main artists of her civilization.The ancient Egyptian meaning of the term "writer" comes in the content of planning (drawing) and creation (creativity),Not in the content of holding a brush to write, or the content of the one that reads.Although the primary task of clerks was administrative in nature,They were the keepers of the traditions spoken throughout Egypt;It remains a role that, to the modern era, remains in various forms.Priest scribes in the House of Life, for example, simply went beyond the preservation of ancient texts;Instead, they had their creative creativity that enabled them to edit and revise many theological, liturgical, medical, and magical religious texts.By the Old Kingdom,They were able to compose widespread new literary texts.Preserved texts from that era onwards are presented; new tales and stories,Other types of literature were previously unknown.The circle of clerks has clearly expanded to include members who were not necessarily elite;As was the case in the Old Kingdom.The concepts, implications and significance of education were widespread in ancient Egypt;This is evident from the literary works of the period.The contributions of scribes to society after the ancient state during long ages and during the era of the RamessesAnd younger generations among scribes.>>>>>>>> Discovered in Saqqara near the pyramid of Osir K due to the Fifth Dynasty ..Made of limestone .. Anonymous name owner .. Dimensions 41x51 and the Egyptian artist created it .. White eyes made of kurtz and black rock crystal ..Cosmetic lines around the eye of green copper ..The most characteristic is the separation of the arms from the bodyThis is the statue of the Egyptian writer at the Egyptian Museum in CairoThe statue of the Egyptian or squatting writer dates back to the beginning of the Fifth DynastyIt is one of the original pieces and was found in Saqqara cemetery in Giza Governorate Stone statueFast shipping by dhl Material: Stone

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