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Papyrus of Hunefer - Book of the Dead

This is a large "AGED" reproduction of the Book of the Dead found in the tomb of the scribe Hunefer dated c1450BC of the 19th Dynasty.

It is on real papyrus in full colour printed on the inside as in the original. It is 4.25 metres (14 feet) long x 30cms ( 1 foot) wide.

It has been aged on both the inside and outside. It comes in a large terracotta amphora with the scroll only just protruding from the neck of the vessel.

Book of the Dead scrolls were either placed inside the coffin of the deceased or outside next to it.

This scroll shows sections such as the "weighing of the heart" judgement scene and the presentation before Osiris.

This aged scroll shows areas of fading and insect damage much the same as many ancient scrolls did from the period.

Only one of these is available at this price. 

This would make a great school library display as well as an interactive engaging study piece.

$499.00AUD plus P&H

Heart Scarab

Scarabs were worn as amulets by many in ancient Egypt. The heart scarab was large in size (90 x 60 x 45mm in this case). These were often placed over the heart of the deceased under the mummy wrappings with the intention of guarding the heart during the passage through the underworld.

In chapter 30 of the book of the dead a heart scarab could be used to silence the heart to prevent it from bearing false witness against the deceased during the weighing of the heart process.

Egyptians believed the heart was the seat of intelligence and a storehouse of memory as opposed to the brain, the heart being the only organ left in the body, while the brain was destroyed and thrown away.

$49.95AUD plus P&H

Ivory Scribes Palette from Tutankhamun's Tomb 

Carter 271B J.D.E 62081

A reproduction of one of three Scribes writing palettes found in Tutankhamun's tomb. 

This is made from wood but aged to look like the original ivory palette.

The original was made from long pieces of ivory with a gold band top and bottom.

It has black and red ink and three reed pens inserted in the recess holder. 

These pens would be chewed between the teeth to produce a bristle like end in order to write.

The ink appears to have been used during his life time.

It was found in the treasury.

The four columns of text at the top contain Tutankhamun's cartouches with him described as

"beloved of Atum, lord of the two lands and of Heliopolis".

The cartouche below the ink says:

"beloved of Thoth" as Thoth was the god of writing.

The bottom line below the reed holder gives the King "life" and makes him 

"beloved of Amon-Re and beloved of Thoth.

30cm x 4.7 cm

$150.00AUD plus P&H 

Only one available.

Rhind Mathematical Papyrus

A reproduction of a page of the Rhinds Mathematical papyrus a treatise in ancient Egyptian mathematics.

Dated c1550BC, to the second Intermediate Period it was written by a scribe from an earlier text dated to the 12th dynasty.

It is written in the Hieratic script. 

The original scroll which is 16' long shows us a lot on how the ancient Egyptians used mathematics. 

Approximately A4 size. 

$69.95AUD plus P&H

The Seated Scribe

A replica of "The Seated Scribe" statue that is on the Louvre Museum in Paris. 

Discovered at Saqqara in 1850 by Auguste Mariette.

It depicts a seated scribe writing on a papyrus scroll from the Old Kingdom Period c 2600BC.

120mm tall.

$49.95AUD plus P&H

Faience Inkwell - Greek Period 26th Dynasty c 600BC.

This is a cast replica of a scribes inkwell made with faience, a glass paste common in Egypt at this time.

The inkwell is 63mm long and is shaped in the form of a cartouche. 

$39.95AUD plus P&H

Amarna Tablet EA290

Amarna EA290: A reproduction of an Amarna Tablet from Jerusalem .

"[Sa]y [t]o the king-(i.e. pharaoh), my lord: Message of ['Abdi]-Heba, your servant. I fall at the feet [of the kin]g, my lord, 7 times and 7 times. Here is the deed against the land that Milkilu and Šuardatu did: against the land of the king, my lord, they ordered troops from Gazru, troops from Gimtu, and troops from Qiltu-(Keilah). They seized Rubutu. The land of the king deserted to the Hapiru. And now, besides this, a town belonging to Jerusalem-(called Urusalim), Bit-dNIN.URTA by name, a city of the king, has gone over to the side of the men of Qiltu. May the king give heed to Abdi-Heba, your servant, and send archers to restore the land of the king to the king. If there are no archers, the land of the king will desert to the Hapiru. This deed against the land was [a]t the order of Milki[lu and a]t the order of [Šuard]atu, [together w]ith Gint[i] -(i.e. the city). So may the king provide for [his] land." -EA 290, lines 1-30 (complete)

The city "Bit-dNIN.URTA" is linked to cuneiform as: city: "Home of God–Ninurta", (Bit-dNIN.URTA).

$49.95AUD plus P&H

Herodotus P Oxy 2099 Early 2nd Century AD

A papyrus fragment found at the Egyptian town of Oxyrhynchus dated to the early 2nd century AD. It contains part of Book VIII.

Herodotus lived in the 5th century BC in Bodrum in modern day Turkey. He was contemporary with Thucydides, Socrates and Euripides.

He was later called the Father of History due to the fact that he changed the aspect of recording of historic events by creating them

in an investigative process. He records some of the Greco-Persian wars being our major source of information on these events.

He also recorded information on Egyptian history much of it again as our source, yet his sources are considered unreliable.

Approx 90mm sq.

$79.95AUD plus P&H

Queen Nefertari QV66 - Wife of Ramses the Great. 

Wall section from the tomb of Nefertari QV66 showing Nefertari as queen. 

Ideal as is or as a paint in project to replicate the original in her tomb.

210 x 140 x 12mm.

$39.95AUD plus P&H