Abu Simbel from Egypt
The small village is known for the here into the 13th century BC constructed rock temple of Pharaoh Ramses 2nd out of the 19th dynasty. The reproduction shows the front view of the temple with all its details. It is one of the most beautiful and dedicated monuments of one of the greatest Pharaohs of Egyptian history: Abu Simbel - the temple, that should honour the gods Amun-Re, Re-Harachte and Ptah. But in reality it was constructed to glorify its head of constructions Ramses the 2nd over the centuries.
The magnificent temple of Ramses 2nd was rescued with the lift of the first block of stone from the rock decided by the torrents of Nile, that came with the construction of the Assuan high dam. More than 120.000 blocks of stone followed in the coming years. On a high place the giant project was finished 1968.
The ancient mural relief, that images the famous Egyptian temple, measures circa 27x22 centimetres. The artistic Egyptian relief is out of alabaster plaster of high quality, has an ancient patina as well as a suspension. Not only it is the perfect gift for every fan of the Antiquity and lover of Egyptian construction in general, but also a definite must-have!
- size wall image 27x22 cm
- Egyptian relief out of alabaster plaster of high quality
- with ancient patina and suspension
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