Kovács Orsolya

Kovács Orsolya

Kovács Orsolya
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DIY diaper box to storage box

DIY diaper box to storage box

Kidsroom girlsroom Numero74 housebed

Kidsroom girlsroom Numero74 housebed

House bed and cute kids room

House bed and cute kids room

Bright-blue Egyptian faience figures of hippopotami (replicas from the British Museum and Louvre). These hippopotami were placed in the tombs of high-ranking civil servants toward the end of the Middle Kingdom (1650-1550 BCE)

Bright-blue Egyptian faience figures of hippopotami (replicas from the British Museum and Louvre). These hippopotami were placed in the tombs of high-ranking civil servants toward the end of the Middle Kingdom (1650-1550 BCE)

From the Louvre - musée du Louvre

From the Louvre - musée du Louvre

Blue Egyptian Hippo at the British Museum "The hippo is decorated with marsh plants and flowers symbolic of their habitat as well as lending a loveable air to his fierceness."

Blue Egyptian Hippo at the British Museum "The hippo is decorated with marsh plants and flowers symbolic of their habitat as well as lending a loveable air to his fierceness."

Egyptian Blue Faience Hippopotamus  --  12th Dynasty  --  1938-1759 BCE  --  Via Christie's

Egyptian Blue Faience Hippopotamus -- 12th Dynasty -- 1938-1759 BCE -- Via Christie's

Hippo in blue Egyptian faience    The hippopotamus (no longer found in Egypt) was a danger to boats on the river Nile, and to people working on or near the river banks. These animals were represented by the goddess Tauret, and offerings were made to her in the hope of placating her. She was also a goddess of fertility, represented as a pregnant hippopotamus.    Many models of hippopotami were made of blue Egyptian faience, their bodies decorated with representations of the river plants that…

Hippo in blue Egyptian faience The hippopotamus (no longer found in Egypt) was a danger to boats on the river Nile, and to people working on or near the river banks. These animals were represented by the goddess Tauret, and offerings were made to her in the hope of placating her. She was also a goddess of fertility, represented as a pregnant hippopotamus. Many models of hippopotami were made of blue Egyptian faience, their bodies decorated with representations of the river plants that…

Blue Hippo

Blue Hippo

The hippopotamus was a symbol of rebirth in ancient Egypt, and ceramic figures of the hippopotamus were found in Egyptian tombs. They were painted bright blue and often decorated with images of water plants. This faience (glazed earthenware) hippopotamus dates from about 1650-1550 bc.

The hippopotamus was a symbol of rebirth in ancient Egypt, and ceramic figures of the hippopotamus were found in Egyptian tombs. They were painted bright blue and often decorated with images of water plants. This faience (glazed earthenware) hippopotamus dates from about 1650-1550 bc.