The Death of Cleopatra, 1910
John Collier (British, 1850-1934)
Gallery Oldham, UK
in case it hasn’t been posted before, this is Smite’s depiction of Horus and Set!! really pretty art, but they took a weird direction in designing Set in the likeness of a donkey??
The goddess Hathor for a great commissioner! She’s a little different from my other deity portraits but I think she came out nicely. She’s shown standing with, and holding a bundle of, reeds.
My commissions queue is currently clean, so if you would like a piece, now is the time to order one!
this is probably my favorite joke from futurama tbh
Personalized Silver Cartouche Jewelry
In Egyptian hieroglyphs, a cartouche is an oval with a horizontal line at one end, indicating that the text enclosed is a royal name. The cartouche has become a symbol representing good luck and protection from evil, as a powerful amulet of protection for all eternity. This timeless treasure is handmade at the bazaar of Khan el Khalili in the heart of old Cairo.
// Available in Malachite, Lapis or Onyx.
Ammit the Devourer. According to ancient Egyptian writings, when you die, your heart gets weighed by Anubis on a scale against the feather of Ma’at.
If your heart is lighter than a feather, congratulations you won.
If not, your heart gets fed to Ammit. Ammit is part lion, crocodile, hippo and has a spotted coat. Mmm, hearts.
Ammit is for sale! A cool 30$ and it’s yours.