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Tumba de Nebamun -El ganado de Nebamun

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

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cave paintings in lascaux France

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

Paintings from the Tomb-chapel of Nebamun | Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom | Egyptian art and culture | Art of the ancient Mediterranean | Khan Academy

6.2-5 Nebamun's cattle, fragment of a scene from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun, c. 1350 B.C.E., 18th Dynasty, paint on plaster, 58.5 x 10.5 cm, Thebes, Egypt ©Trustees of the British Museum

6.2-5 Nebamun's cattle, fragment of a scene from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun, c. 1350 B.C.E., 18th Dynasty, paint on plaster, 58.5 x 10.5 cm, Thebes, Egypt ©Trustees of the British Museum

A los egipcios les gustaba comer bien porque temían las hambrunas. La mayoría de ellos, es decir los campesinos, esclavos y artesanos, no tenían especiales cuidados y sí, verdadero afán de comer todos los días. Los mejor posicionados en la escala social,  realizaban constantes ofrendas a sus dioses en espléndidos banquetes funerarios ricos en grasas saturadas, que acababan por deglutir ellos mismos.

A los egipcios les gustaba comer bien porque temían las hambrunas. La mayoría de ellos, es decir los campesinos, esclavos y artesanos, no tenían especiales cuidados y sí, verdadero afán de comer todos los días. Los mejor posicionados en la escala social, realizaban constantes ofrendas a sus dioses en espléndidos banquetes funerarios ricos en grasas saturadas, que acababan por deglutir ellos mismos.

View of the Dionysiac frieze, Villa of the Mysteries, before 79 C.E., fresco, 15 x 22 feet, just outside the walls of Pompeii on the Road to Herculaneum. SECOND STYLE.

View of the Dionysiac frieze, Villa of the Mysteries, before 79 C.E., fresco, 15 x 22 feet, just outside the walls of Pompeii on the Road to Herculaneum. SECOND STYLE.

Knossos is the ancient Minoan palace and surrounding city on the island of Crete, sung of by Homer in his Odyssey: “Among their cities is the great city of Cnossus, where Minos reigned when nine years old, he that held converse with great Zeus.” King Minos, famous for his wisdom and, later, one of the three judges of the dead in the underworld, would give his name to the people of Knossos and, by extension, the ancient civilization of Crete: Minoan. (Info by Joshua J. Mark) -- AHE

Knossos

Knossos is the ancient Minoan palace and surrounding city on the island of Crete, sung of by Homer in his Odyssey: “Among their cities is the great city of Cnossus, where Minos reigned when nine years old, he that held converse with great Zeus.” King Minos, famous for his wisdom and, later, one of the three judges of the dead in the underworld, would give his name to the people of Knossos and, by extension, the ancient civilization of Crete: Minoan. (Info by Joshua J. Mark) -- AHE

Pablo S. Herrero: Inkt en land

Pablo S. Herrero: Inkt en land

M17-lpunzalan: felixinclusis: alexandrainspire: Susan Morosky

M17-lpunzalan: felixinclusis: alexandrainspire: Susan Morosky

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