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this is an example of the iconography of the Horus Falcon. this specific design was created by TigerHouseArt. it was titled Ancient Egyptian Falcon Art.

Egypt: Land of Feline Royalty - Cats rule—it’s always been this way—even in ancient Egypt. This stylish regal print was inspired by Art Deco travel posters from the 1920s and 30s. Printed on gallery-grade paper, this elegant design will look great on your wall for years to come!

Egypt: Land of Feline Royalty - Cats rule—it’s always been this way—even in ancient Egypt. This stylish regal print was inspired by Art Deco travel posters from the and

Ancient Egypt Ornaments (Owen Jones’s The Grammar of Ornament Originally published in 1856). Examples of Egyptian patterns with the shared colour palette of blues, greens, golds and reds

Ancient Egypt Ornaments (Owen Jones’s The Grammar of Ornament Originally published in Examples of Egyptian patterns with the shared colour palette of blues, greens, golds and reds

Domestic cats in Egypt were considered guardians of family welfare. The cat was in every house whose owners could afford keeping such a VIP.

Ancient Egypt is a lot like the internet. People wrote on walls and worshiped cats.

Goddess: Sekhmet, Lioness Goddess of Egypt   Art - Lion Within  by Katlyn

The name 'Egypt' comes from the Greek Aegyptos which was the Greek pronunciation of the Egyptian name 'Hwt-Ka-Ptah' (which means House of the Spirit of Ptah). Egypt thrived for thousands of years (from c. 525 BCE) -A Massaro

Royal robes decoration. Ancient Egypt ornaments from armor and mummy cases. Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones.

Royal robes decoration of ancient Egyptians. Ancient Egypt ornaments from wall and ceiling tiles and paint, and mummy cases. Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones.

Owen Jones - The Grammar of Ornament -1865 via Victorianweb

Egyptian captials of columns, showing the varied applications of the lotus and papyrus. From "The Grammar of Ornament" Owen Jones

Wall paintings in the tomb of Nakht at Thebes. by Walter Tyndale, (1855-1943) - Below the Cataracts 1907.

Wall paintings in the tomb of Nakht at Thebes. by Walter Tyndale, - Below the Cataracts

Egyptian Goddess Isis... (via illuminatetheworld)

Egyptian Goddess Isis~ Her wing power gives her extra ability as a protector. Let us pray she will protect the Egyptian demonstrators in their fight for more democratic freedoms and power.