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Handmade Papyrus Papers with Pharaonic Drawings
199.00 EGP
  
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Handmade Papyrus Papers with Pharaonic Drawings

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199.00 EGP 

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Have this Genuine Handmade Drawing to bring you back to Ancient Egypt The papyrus paper is used as the symbol of lower Egypt as early as the pre-dynastic period (4000 B.C.). The raw material of papyrus comes from the plant Cyprus papyrus. This plant grew along the banks of the Nile and provided the Egyptians with a valuable raw material. Not only was the ancient Egypt's greatest export but ...

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Other
    Subject
    Historical
    Length
    48 cm
    Frame Type
    Unframed
    Brand
    Other
    Subject
    Historical
    Length
    48 cm
    Frame Type
    Unframed
    Drawing/Painting Type
    Mixed Media
    Artwork Type
    Original
    Item EAN
    2724639364781
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    Description:

    Have this Genuine Handmade Drawing to bring you back to Ancient Egypt 
    The papyrus paper is used as the symbol of lower Egypt as early as the pre-dynastic period (4000 B.C.). The raw material of papyrus comes from the plant Cyprus papyrus. This plant grew along the banks of the Nile and provided the
    Have this Genuine Handmade Drawing to bring you back to Ancient Egypt 
    The papyrus paper is used as the symbol of lower Egypt as early as the pre-dynastic period (4000 B.C.). The raw material of papyrus comes from the plant Cyprus papyrus. This plant grew along the banks of the Nile and provided the Egyptians with a valuable raw material. 
    Not only was the ancient Egypt's greatest export but it revolutionized the way people kept valuable information. No substitution for papyrus paper could be found that was as durable and lightweight until the development of pulped paper by the Arabs. The way of making pulp paper was far easier to produce but not as durable. This not only led to a decline in papyrus paper making, but also to a decline in the papyrus plant cultivation. 
 

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