(Message to Eagle) This statue of the pre-dynastic era is perhaps the first known representation of a pharaoh, but this pharaoh is strange, isn’t it?
It is difficult to say precisely when the era of the Pharaohs begins. However, we have no record of this mythical individual who played an important thought – unknown role in the kingdom of the pharaohs.
This statuette – created 1000 years before the dynastic period – was found at Gebelein, south of Luxor aand originates from the Nagada also known as Naqada culture (ca. 4400–3000 BC).
At the time of Nagada (named after a site discovered in Upper Egypt), about 4000 years BC, two types of artistic productions are appearing: female terracotta figurines and bearded men with stylized shapes carved different types of stone…[button link=”http://www.messagetoeagle.com/articles1/imageofthedaystrangepharaoh.php#.VZCiPWB-_m8″ color=”default”]Read More →[/button]
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