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Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

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description

Summary

Drawings of ancient Egypt temples, murals, statues, NYPL

date_range

Date

1832 - 1843
person

Contributors

Lasinio, Carlo (1757-1839), Engraver
Angelelli, Giuseppe (1803-1848), Artist
Rosellini, Gaetano, Artist
Cherubini, Salvador, Artist
Rosellini, Ippolito (1800-1843), Author
Seti I, King of Egypt
place

Location

Pisa
create

Source

New York Public Library
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