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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:21 pm » by Edgarrothstein


cageyone23 wrote:Hmm daily life
The Nebamun paintings are among the most famous images of Egyptian art, published in nearly every fancy illustrated book of ancient Egypt. These "jewels" of the British Museum have been part of the Egyptian collection since 1820. They depict different aspects of the idealized daily life of an 18th Dynasty

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One of a few instances in all of 3000 years of ancient Egyptian art where faces are presented in full frontal view



Full linkhttp://www.all-about-egypt.com/nebamun-paintings.html
Guys i'm not trying to knock anyones ideas but it isn't that straight forward.


It is cca 1400 bc. We're talking the different Kingdoms here.

Besides, it is the ,if not The, only example of non-frontalism. Ever.
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:24 pm » by One-23


edgarrothstein wrote:
cageyone23 wrote:Hmm daily life
The Nebamun paintings are among the most famous images of Egyptian art, published in nearly every fancy illustrated book of ancient Egypt. These "jewels" of the British Museum have been part of the Egyptian collection since 1820. They depict different aspects of the idealized daily life of an 18th Dynasty

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One of a few instances in all of 3000 years of ancient Egyptian art where faces are presented in full frontal view



Full linkhttp://www.all-about-egypt.com/nebamun-paintings.html
Guys i'm not trying to knock anyones ideas but it isn't that straight forward.


It is cca 1400 bc. We're talking the different Kingdoms here.

Besides, it is the ,if not The, only example of non-frontalism. Ever.


You missed the words "discovered to date"
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:30 pm » by Mumin


:D edgar is right.... you guys are talking about different things.

what I meant, and what edgar meant is in drawings that are WAY older, like the one with the lotus flowers. Those are "drawn" according to VERY strict rules, and only a very small number of official scribes did those. The later stuff was done by "artists" just like you would find them today...

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:32 pm » by Edgarrothstein


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You missed the words "discovered to date"


True. We can never be sure. Scholars used to think that the feet and legs must be turned at the same direction as the head. But, as we can see on the Saqqara wall, it's wrong :

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:39 pm » by One-23


I'm not here to stoke up the debate and definately don't want to stray away from the original post. That's the beauty of archeology, dicoveries are made and theories change. Got to say though I bet you this goes no further than these forums, it will soon be buried (if not litterally) along with all the other discoveries made.
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:45 pm » by Edgarrothstein


cageyone23 wrote:I'm not here to stoke up the debate and definately don't want to stray away from the original post. That's the beauty of archeology, dicoveries are made and theories change. Got to say though I bet you this goes no further than these forums, it will soon be buried (if not litterally) along with all the other discoveries made.


Not buried. Carefully catalogued in the Cairo Museum basement. Under Zahi's watchful eyes.

I've never seen the basement. But i got friends who did. And they say it is "something outside of this world" as well.

But not literally.
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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:47 pm » by Ruquick


mumin wrote:@ ruquick :
Very well. Please show me a wall drawing from ancient egypt depicting a daily-life scene with a full frontal face.
I would really like to see it. Out of curiosity.
Thank you.


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Wow....very hard to find. Pretty much all of the full face depictions are statues or a type of "carving" This is the best I could do so far...so I guess I was wrong...and yup, you appear to be correct (head down). Thanks for pointing that out. :flop:

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 6:55 pm » by Mumin


@ ruquick :
just sharing some of the random stuff learnt at school almost 20 years ago :-p
by the way, Cleopatra was wayyyyyyyyyy after Ancient Egypt :-)

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 7:06 pm » by Ruquick


mumin wrote:@ ruquick :
just sharing some of the random stuff learnt at school almost 20 years ago :-p
by the way, Cleopatra was wayyyyyyyyyy after Ancient Egypt :-)


I appreciate the lesson :cheers:

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PostMon Nov 29, 2010 7:56 pm » by One-23


Just doing a bit of searching and came across some more illustrations, carvings. This one has me wandering why the ancient Egyptians chose to use full frontal for their Hieroglyphs and not for their tomb paintings.
I believe this one is from the tomb of Qar and is 5th dynasty.
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