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- Cartonnage is a type of material used in ancient Egyptian funerary masks from the First Intermediate Period to the Roman era. It was made of layers of...
- Cartonnage is a Czech electronic music band formed in 2001 in Prague, Czech Republic. It is made up of Vanda Choco (vocals/synthesizers) and Armin Effenberger...
- crocodile mummies, the town and from the temple of Soknebtunis, and the cartonnage of human mummies. A large portion of the Tebtunis crocodile mummies come...
- as a stylistic, rather than a geographic, description. While painted cartonnage mummy cases date back to pharaonic times, the Faiyum mummy portraits were...
- prints. Local sculptors produce fine works in wood, stone, bronze and cartonnage. Recently published hardback books provide unique overviews of both contemporary...
- anthropoid coffin. Mummies of the Late Period were also placed in painted cartonnage mummy cases. Actual preservation practices declined during the Ptolemaic...
- as a stylistic, rather than a geographic, description. While painted cartonnage mummy cases date back to pharaonic times, the Faiyum mummy portraits were...
- Tjuyu Gilded cartonnage mask of Tjuyu in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Other names Thuya, Thuyu Spouse(s) Yuya Children Tiye and Anen, possibly Ay Relatives...
- needed] In ancient Egypt, coffins and death masks were often made from cartonnage—layers of papyrus or linen covered with plaster. In Persia, papier-mâché...
- gods and goddesses across the chest. The second style is covered with cartonnage, depicting scenes of gods such as Anubis, the god of mummification, and...
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