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80 Awesome Ancient Artifacts - Pi Queen

Love archaeology but hate dust, dirt and human remains? You're in luck. The following list of amazing archaeological finds will take you on a trip through time and across the globe, but without all the mess (or the jetlag).

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Aztec Artifacts

The Aztecs were known to create beautiful artifacts and peices of work that have been discovered over many years.

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Record Details - Museum of the History of Science

Diptych Dial, by Thomas Tucher, Nuremberg, c. 1620. Diptych dials are portable instruments, usually made from ivory. They were mainly produced in Nuremberg from the late fifteenth century onwards. They are based on the principles of vertical and horizontal sundials.

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"BLACK SWAN" Small Archival Print

This might be your personal spirit animal or the perfect gift for a special dinosaur loving queen in your life! Love what you surround yourself with, and collect that which brings you joy! Check out more images like this in the Artifact Fine Art shop, - you deserve a few extra minutes of laughter in your life!When you buy greeting cards and limited edition prints from this shop, you are buying directly from me, the painter Leah Kiser. Your support helps sustain the business that allows me to keep creating. Thank you for taking the time look! Image Dimensions: 7.5 x 10 Limited Edition Archival Giclee Prints: Archival Giclee Prints are digital prints that are resistant to yellowing and fading. They are printed on hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm 100% cotton smooth mat paper with Pigment inks which are far more vibrant and color safe than laser jet inks. My print editions are limited 350 of each size print. I will only print these 2 sizes. Therefore, these prints should retain their value over time if they are well cared for. Packaging: Small prints are packaged in acid free rice paper folders with acid free tissue paper. Large prints are wrapped in acid free glassine. Certificate of Authenticity: All prints come with a certificate of authenticity that is stamped with my finger print and my logo stamp. It is not acid free, so do not let it touch the artwork when you frame or store it. The acid free tissue paper or glassine paper that comes with your print can be used to protect the artwork from the certificate when you store or frame your print. Framing: Prints are not a standard size but custom frames can be purchased for a reasonable price at www.framedestination.com. They give you the option to create a custom frame for your print at a very reasonable price. I like to use the black metal Nielsen Profile 95 frames with a white acid free mat and backing and a glass pane. Large Print Framing Suggestions: Measure the size of the image exactly, add 1whole inch to the length and width. This is the size of the inner window. Enter these numbers into the “artwork size” fields (this will give you a ½ inch boarder all the way around the image so that the number, title, and signature will stay visible.). Make the “artwork overlap” zero. Choose “Mat Size” and select approximately 2.5 - 3 inches for both dimensions. Choose the other elements for your frame. Glass is the least expensive option for the picture pane – Select a UV Filter Glass/Acrylic if you don't mind spending a little more to protect the print. Large print frames will be around $100. Make sure to use Acid Free Tape to affix your print to the mat. It can be purchased at art stores. Small Print Framing Suggestions Measure the size of the image exactly, add ½ inch to the length and width. This is the size of the inner window. Enter these numbers into the “artwork size” fields (this will give you a ¼ inch boarder all the way around the image so that the number, title, and signature will stay visible.). Make the “artwork overlap” zero. Choose “Mat Size” and select approximately 1.5 - 2 inches for both dimensions. Choose the other elements for your frame. Glass is the least expensive option for the picture pane – Select a UV Filter Glass/Acrylic if you don't mind spending a little more to protect the print. Small print frames will be around $50. Use Acid Free tape to affix your print to the mat. It can be purchased at art stores.

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Khopesh - The Egyptian Sword that Forged an Empire

The Khopesh is an Egyptian sickle-sword that evolved from battle axes. These weapons changed from bronze to iron in the New Kingdom period. The earliest known depiction of a khopesh is from the Stele of Vultures, depicting King Eannatum of Lagash wielding the weapon. The khopesh dates to at least 2500 BC. The khopesh evolved from the epsilon or similar crescent-shaped axes. It is a sword that was actually a hybrid between a sword and an axe. The khopesh went out of use around 1300 BC. Various pharaohs are depicted with a khopesh, and some have been found in royal graves, such as two examples found with Tutankhamun. The khopesh was a solution to the limitations of bronze as a sword material. Bronze swords that were too long broke.

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Necronomicon, o Livro dos Mortos. Item raríssimo, cobiçado por Magos, Bruxos, Feiticeiros, e pelos próprios Necromantes.

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Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Faience Cat 45639

Faience Cat Ancient Egypt - 26th Dynasty Vivid blue faience cat seated on a base and wearing a collar. Sacred animal to the sun god Ra and Bastet. The earliest Egyptian depiction of the cat took the...

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Elam: The Parthian's and Black Sassanian's

Ancient world history: Interwoven history of all the world's original civilizations in chronological context and in book format: Elam

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