A slab-stela which belonged to Princess Nefertiabt
A slab-stela which belonged to Princess Nefertiabt. The princess is dressed as a priestess in a black-spotted panther skin and she is seated before an offering table with offerings of linen and various types of grains. These reliefs are from the reign of Cheops (Khufu). Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 4th dynasty c.2530 BC. Place of Origin: Giza. Material Size: Limestone relief H:38cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ The Louvre, Paris . Location: 51.
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Chaplin Court Treatt's leopard, Abercorn to Tukuyu, Tanganyika, 1925 (1927). Artist: Thomas A Glover
Chaplin Court Treatt's leopard, Abercorn to Tukuyu, Tanganyika, 1925 (1927). A print from Cape to Cairo, by Stella Court Treatt, George G Harrap & Company Ltd, 1927. The book was an account of the first successful journey by motor vehicle from Cape Town to Cairo, accomplished by Stella Court Treatt and her husband, Major Chaplin Court Treatt, in 1924-1926.
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Bamgali Ragini, Ragamala Album, School of Rajasthan, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
Bamgali Ragini, Ragamala Album, School of Rajasthan, 19th century. A young ascetic sits in front of a pavilion that contains a leopard. Ragamala paintings are depictions in visual form of Ragas, a form of Hindu music. From the collection of Jean Claude Carriere.
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