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Choose from 96 pictures in our Drug collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Li-Soe-Nie - man smoking opium, Magalang, Java, 1898. Creator: Christian Wilhelm Allers Featured Print

Li-Soe-Nie - man smoking opium, Magalang, Java, 1898. Creator: Christian Wilhelm Allers

Li-Soe-Nie - man smoking opium, Magalang, Java, 1898. Portrait of a man with an opium pipe. From "Rund um die Erde" [Round the Earth], written and illustrated by C. W. Allers. [Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, Stuttgart, 1898]

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A painting detail in the tomb of Senet showing bread making Featured Print

A painting detail in the tomb of Senet showing bread making

A painting detail in the tomb of Senet showing bread making. Moulds are filled with dough taken from large jars and then stacked for baking. Bread dough was used in the brewing of beer also and bread and beer making are almost always shown in the wall paintings side by side. As a rule this was women's work. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 12th dynasty c.1991 - 1786 BC. Place of Origin: West Thebes. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive. Location: 119

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Soapstone pipe, generally assumed to depict a warrior beheading his victim Featured Print

Soapstone pipe, generally assumed to depict a warrior beheading his victim

Soapstone pipe, generally assumed to depict a warrior beheading his victim. This was a common custom in the South-East, from whence the Spiro occupants had migrated. Smoking had religious overtones for prehistoric Indians and elaborate pipes were used for ceremonial smoking only. Country of Origin: USA. Date/Period: 1200 - 1300 AD. Place of Origin: Spiro Mound, Oklahoma. Material Size: l = 25 cms, soapstone. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ National Museum of the American Indian, New York. Location: 10

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