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Egyptian Products

We have access to a huge range of figurines, statues and many other Egyptian products. If there is an item you would are after use our contact us page to request details. We guarantee our prices are competitive.


Rosetta Stone 3d Version

A large 3d Replica of the Rosetta Stone from the British Museum.

320mm high on stand. Plaque face 205mm high.

This reproduction is made by the British Museum and comes with a 64 page colour book on the history of the Rosetta Stone.

$189.95AUD Plus P&H

Rosetta Stone Plaque

A large 2D replica of the Rosetta Stone from the British Museum.

325 x 245 x 15mm.

This high detailed plaque is made by the British Museum.

$79.95AUD plus P&H

Eye of Horus

An ancient Egyptian symbols of power, protection and health.

An exercise in fractions:

In Ancient Egypt, most fractions were written as the sum of two or more unit fractions  that is a fraction with 1 as the numerator, and the ancient Egyptian scribes would tablate a group of answers. Different parts of the Eye of Horus were thought to be used by the ancient Egyptians to represent one divided by the first six powers of two.

The right side of the eye = ​1⁄2The pupil = ​1⁄4The eyebrow = ​1⁄8The left side of the eye = ​1⁄16The curved tail = ​1⁄32The teardrop = ​1⁄64

The Rhind Mathematical papyrus contains tables of "Horus Eye Fractions".

150 x 110mm.

$45.95AUD plus P&H

Egyptian Owl Plaque

This is a copy of the best known carving of the Egyptian owl hieroglyph that has ever been found. The details are exquisite and the photos don't even reveal the finest lines involved in the details of the beak so when you actually hold it in your hands make sure you put it in direct light and let the shadow play reveal yet more detail.

It was carved in high raised relief which allows for great modelling of the features which was typical of the artistry of the Ptolemaic dynasty sculptors.

The fact that it is a neat, almost square abbreviated portion of the owl glyph suggests it was a so called 'sculptors model' or trial piece. I have a few of these in the store at the moment and being a sculptor myself, one can see how beneficial it was to have a prime example of the essential details to look at while transferring the design to a temple wall.

Variations always occur in hieroglyphics with some details either omitted or elaborated upon depending on the era or the mood of the artist on the day. This Ptolemaic example, carved in Egypt's great renaissance period showed the fullness of the design with all possible details present.

Made of a composition stone this piece can be easily hung on a hook or nail. The colour is ochre with an aged patina.

11.5 x 5.5cms  $59.95AUD plus P&H QUOTE EGYPTOWL1

Narmer Palette

One of the earliest extant examples of Egyptian writing, depicting the Egyptian Pharaoh Narmer
c3100BC indicating the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt.

$79.95AUD plus P&H Quote NARMER1

Ptolemaic Period wall panel section

This is a very large replica of a wall panel section from the Ptolemaic period. It includes the image of a Pharaoh with hieroglyphs in sections above. 

$79.95AUD 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).

$39.95AUD 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

Ahmose Boat replica

A replica of a model boat belonging to Pharaoh Ahmose founder of the 18th Dynasty.

The boat is 180 x 90 x 90mm.

The centre portion removes.

$39.96AUD plus P&H SPECIAL

Amarna Tablet 2

A replica of an unidentified Amarna Tablet.

Inscribed with cuneiform text on both sides and edges.

$49.95AUD plus P&H

Wall Frieze - Nefertari

Wall section with the cartouche of Nefertari.
220 x 130mm.

$29.95AUD plus P&H Quote NEFERTARIPL1

Thutmose III

Thutmose III was the sixth Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. During the first twenty-two years of Thutmose's reign he was co-regent with his stepmother and aunt, Hatshepsut, who was named the pharaoh.

200mm tall Black Resin cast.

$39.95AUD plus P&H

Ahmose I

Thutmose III was the sixth Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. During the first twenty-two years of Thutmose's reign he was co-regent with his stepmother and aunt, Hatshepsut, who was named the pharaoh.

$39.95AUD plus P&H