Ancient Egyptian tombs are very important because they help modern people understand how they lived and what they believed. Many burials goods and artifacts were everyday items used in ancient Egypt, but some items were specifically created to be buried in a tomb or pyramid.
All images are saved as png files with transparent backgrounds. The smallest file is 480 x 1055 pixels, and the largest is 2398 x 2966 pixels. Each image includes a black outline image, a black and white image, and various colorful pictures. There are 104 clip art files total comprised of 19 different images.
This zip file download includes the following Egyptian pictures:
Ankh: ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for life – 4 color variations
Broad Collar: beaded necklace – 3 color variations
Crook and Flail: symbols of a pharaoh’s power – 3 color variations
Djed Pillar: symbol of strength, associated with Wesir (Osiris) – 4 color variations
Duamutef: son of Heru (Horus) shown on a canopic jar – 4 color variations
Hapi: son of Heru (Horus) shown on a canopic jar – 4 color variations
Headrest: neck support – 4 color variations
Imsety: son of Heru (Horus) shown on a canopic jar – 4 color variations
Mummy: preserved body – 2 color variations
Natron: salt used in mummification processes – 1 color variation
Opening of the Mouth Ceremony: ceremony to help the mummy’s soul – 2 color variations
Qebehseneuf: son of Heru (Horus) shown on a canopic jar – 4 color variations
Sandals: Egyptian footwear – 3 color variations
Scarab: beetle often worn for good luck and protection – 4 color variations
Tyet: symbol of protection and magic also known an Aset (Isis) knot – 5 color variations
Udjat: symbol of protection often called the eye of Heru (Horus) – 5 color variations
Uraeus: snake worn by pharaohs and royalty to symbolize power – 6 color variations
Wand: tool used in the Opening of the Mouth Ceremony – 2 color variations
Weighing of the Heart Ceremony: Egyptian afterlife judgment – 2 color variations
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