Product Number: EL13396
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A frieze (painted or sculpted decoration on a wall) often depicts scenes in a sequence of panels. The friezes that adorn Egyptian tombs provide much of our understanding of ancient Egyptian culture. This frieze is a replica of one found in King Tut’s tomb, depicting the deities Isis and Anubis welcoming him into the afterlife. The lesson covers ancient Egypt and King Tut, 1333-1324 BC.
Spice up a history lesson with an engaging, hands-on activity, or tie fascinating historical facts into a fun art class. Kits include replicas, paint brushes, sponges, disposable paint palettes, paint, and a printed lesson plan containing the history of the artifact and the time period, full-color map, designs and motifs, and step-by-step decorating instructions.
|Brand : Art in History|
|Item Weight : 15|