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Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Falcon Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 108 pictures in our Falcon collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tribute from the citizens of Barcelona to Count King or oath of vasallage miniature Featured Print

Tribute from the citizens of Barcelona to Count King or oath of vasallage miniature

Tribute from the citizens of Barcelona to Count King or oath of vasallage miniature in the Llibre Verd (Green Book), codex containing a compilation of the customs or habits and privileges of the city of Barcelona, ??started in 1345, illuminated manuscript by Arnau de Pena and Mateo Caldero miniaturists

Green basalt figure of a falcon with votary, from the reign of King Nectanebo Featured Print

Green basalt figure of a falcon with votary, from the reign of King Nectanebo

Green basalt figure of a falcon with votary, from the reign of King Nectanebo. During this late period the king established shrines in large temples with statues of himself in this form, evoking both the sun god, Ra, and the god of kingship, Horus. These statues are thought to represent the divine power of kingship. Country of Origin: Egypt Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Late Period, 30th Dynasty, 380 - 343 BC. Material Size: basalt. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Christie's, London . Location: 49

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

Limestone canopic jars, Ancient Egyptian, 22nd dynasty, c850-825 BC Featured Print

Limestone canopic jars, Ancient Egyptian, 22nd dynasty, c850-825 BC

Limestone canopic jars, Ancient Egyptian, 22nd dynasty, c850-825 BC. From Tanis. Two of a set of four canopic jars used to preserve the internal organs of Prince Hornakht each in the form of one of the Four Sons of Horus. The falcon-headed Qebehsenuef, which contained the intestines and the baboon-headed Hapy, which held the lungs. From the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Location: 39

© Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo / Heritage-Images