EGYPTIAN Antiques STELA RELIEF Egypt Stone TUTANKHAMU IS HUNTING WITH HIS DOG BC

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Seller: luxor.stone (93) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323540754951 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES STELA RELIEF EGYPT STONE TUTANKHAMU IS HUNTING WITH HIS DOG (1570–1342 B.C.) Information About This Item:Height: 29.cm / 11.41.inchWidth: 21.cm / 8.26.inchThickness: 2.cm / 0.78.inchWeight: 2600.gram / 91.7.oz Color: As You Can See in PictureCondition: Items in Original Condition- Perfect Condition Material: Stone in the Desert of the Egyptian City of Luxor Shipping: DHL The Express Shipping from 4-12 Days with Tracking NumberReady to Ship Your Orders Within 1-2 Business Days After the PaymentThe Ancient Egyptians Kept Animals as Pets Ranging from Domesticated Dogs and Cats to Baboons, Monkeys, Fish, Gazelles, Birds (Especially Falcons), Lions, Mongoose, and Hippos. Crocodiles Were Even Kept as Sacred Animals in the Temples of the God Sobek. Scholars Disagree on Whether Egyptians Actually Worshipped Animals as Deities but Are Unanimous When It Comes to How the People of Ancient Egypt Felt Toward Their Pets: Domesticated Animals Were Just as Popular and Deeply Loved as Pets Are in the Present DayDogs Were Highly Valued in Egypt as Part of the Family And, When a Dog Died, the Family Would Have the Dog Mummified with as Much Care as They Would Pay for a Human Member of the Family. Great Grief Was Displayed Over the Death of a Family Dog and the Family Members Would Shave Their Bodies Completely, Including the Eyebrows. as Most Egyptian Men and Women Shaved Their Heads to Avoid Lice and Maintain Basic Hygiene, the Absence of the Eyebrows Was the Most Notable Sign of Grief. Even So, It Was Believed That One Would Meet One's Canine Friend Again in the Afterlife. Tomb Paintings of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun Show Him in His Chariot Hunting with His Dogs and Rameses the Great Is Also Depicted Similarly with His Hunting Dogs in the Field of Reeds; Dogs Were Often Buried with Their Masters, in Fact, to Provide This Kind of Companionship in the Afterlife. the Intimate Relationship Between Dogs and Their Masters in Egypt Is Made Clear Through Inscriptions in Tombs, Monuments, and Temples and Through Egyptian.Note: This Stela Relief Is Handmaid High Quality Stone Sculpture in the Egyptian Desert of Luxor, an Old Carving Since 1945 We Have a Large Collection of Carved Egyptian Sculptures of High Quality in the Egyptian Sculpture.We Have Special Offers for Traders Around the World. We Provide the Best Fast Shipping Service from Egypt to the World. I Wish Good Luck to All.I Guarantee That the Item Will Be Shipped in a Legal Manner According to Your Country's Rules and Policies and That I Will Take Care That Any Necessary Permits Will Be Arranged.Items in Original Condition100% Stone in Luxor Egypt Please Visit Our Ebay Store to Check Out Other Items for Sale Thank You for Looking and the Best of Luck Condition: 100% stone in Luxor Egypt, Perfect Condition, Provenance: Luxor Egypt, Material: Stone

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