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- Egyptian Temples, part III: God's Home
- The cult temple in ancient Egypt was more than a place of worship. It was the home of the god, it was believed the deity took up residence in the building and used it more or less for all those various purposes as humans did. It was the place he was given...
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- The cartouche names of the New Kingdom
- The cartouche names of the New Kingdom by. Sjef Willockx. With a complete kinglist of the 18 th.
- Making a Cartouche
- Making a Cartouche. A cartouche is a kind of nameplate. Ancient Egyptians used cartouches for kings, queens, and other high-ranking people in the kingdom.
- Cartouche: Conventions for Tangibles Bridging Diverse Interactive
- core tangibles; domain tangibles; cartouche tangibles; tangi- ble menus; tangible We describe embodiments of this approach as “cartouche tangibles.
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- Egyptology: Egypt unearth cartouche of King Apries
- The plate is made up of two pieces of red sandstone with two cartouches bearing the name Wah-ib-ra (Apries ) inscribed. Apries (589-570 BC) was the fifth king of the 26th Dynasty.
- UK to return four ancient items to Egypt
- The Supreme Council of Antiquities said in a written statement the items included a cartouche and four heads with Asian features. They were brought to the London auction house by an American amateur collector looking to sell them.
- Making sense of the Peg's legislature's symbols
- The rooftop sphinxes, for example, are incised with the cartouche of Tuthmosis III, the pharaoh thought to have created the first secret societies. You can only see the cartouche if you climb on the roof. Most, though, is in plain view.
- City Structures: The George S. Bowdoin Stable
- Below the menacing canine is an oval window framed in a richly carved cartouche in high relief; as are separate cartouches for the street address, with a tiny angel peering out from above, and a vertical one bearing the date the building was built.
- Spring into bulb season
- A number of new multi-flowering tulips, including 'Aquila' and 'Cartouche', which produce at least four full-size flowers per stem, have just been introduced by specialist bulb suppliers, P. de Jager & Sons (www.dejager.
Suggested Web Resources
- Make Your Own - Virtual-Egypt - The Egyptian People's Papyrus
- Click Here to Create a Custom Cartouche of Your Name or Phrase with the Fun and Popular Hieroglyph Translator. VE Hieroglyphic Translator.
- Cartouche - Ancient Egypt for Kids
- A cartouche was an oval circle with a name written in it, rather like a nameplate.
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