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Ancient Egyptian wall art tomb paintings of Africans presenting gifts, Tomb of Sobekhotep Thebes, Circa 1400 BC, 18th Dynasty. British Museum EA921.

Part of tomb wall; plaster on mud; painted representation of Nubians offering gold nuggets and rings to king(not seen); cornice above. From the rule of Thutmose IV.

Wall painting from an Egyptian tomb showing the presentation of African products to the pharaoh. The fragment formed part of a large scene in which Africans and people from Western Asia are shown presenting products of their land to the Egyptian king. The men of the south are painted brown or black, and wear large earrings and animal skin kilts.
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Ancient Egyptian wall art tomb paintings of Africans presenting gifts, Tomb of Sobekhotep Thebes, Circa 1400 BC, 18th Dynasty. British Museum EA921.<br />
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 Part of tomb wall; plaster on mud; painted representation of Nubians offering gold nuggets and rings to king(not seen); cornice above. From the rule of Thutmose IV.<br />
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Wall painting from an Egyptian tomb showing the presentation of African products to the pharaoh. The fragment formed part of a large scene in which Africans and people from Western Asia are shown presenting products of their land to the Egyptian king. The men of the south are painted brown or black, and wear large earrings and animal skin kilts.