Resources tagged Egypt

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Boats were the most important means of transportation in ancient Egypt. This model of a boat, complete with its crew, was placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb to insure that the deceased would have...
Activity: Egyptian Model Boat
This colorful mummy case was made for the doorkeeper from the temple of Amun and is decorated with a variety of images associated with rebirth; including the scarab beetle; the hawk-headed god Horus...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Mummy Case of Paankhenamun</em>
This colorful mummy case was made for the doorkeeper from the temple of Amun and is decorated with a variety of images associated with rebirth, including the scarab beetle, the hawk-headed god Horus...
Artwork Resource Packet: <em>Coffin and Mummy Case of Paankhenamun</em>
The elaborately decorated mummy case of an ancient Egyptian woman named Wenuhotep was only recently returned to the Art Institute after being on loan for many years. Internationally recognized...
Audio Lecture: An Egyptian Mummy Case Rediscovered
The Byzantine Empire formed a link between the vital cultures of the Silk Road and the classical traditions of the West. Cultural diversity and great wealth created a rich artistic mixture. Robert...
Audio Lecture: Byzantium and Points East
Leonard Lesko, emeritus Brown University, reviews the legacy of winemaking and tasting in Egypt from about 5000 years ago across the dynasties including special attention to wine jars found in King...
Audio Lecture: Wine of the Pharoahs
Bibliography of related resources in the teaching manual Art of the Ancient Mediterranean World.
Bibliography: Art of the Ancient Mediterranean World
Compare composite beings from Egypt (Re Horakhty) and Greece (Griffins).
Classroom or Home Activity: Composite Creatures: A Supernatural Team
Explore the geography of Egypt and the impact it had on Egyptian lifestyle and civilization.
Classroom or Home Activity: Egyptian Geography
Apply the Egyptian cannon of proportions to representations of human beings in ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman art and contemporary life.
Classroom or Home Activity: Egyptian Proportions
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