War Scene With Ramses Seated In His Chariot copper plate
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A beautiful War Scene With Ramses Seated In His Chariot copper plate made in a way similar to the way it was made in ancient time which makes it a perfect collectible or gift. The size of this plate is approximately is 12″ (30 CM).
This scene is of none other than Ramses the second. This is a war scene with the great pharaoh seated in his chariot with his horses charging forward and he’s ready with his bow and arrow. There are many of such scenes from the Battle of Qadesh, which he fought with the Hittites. This was a great victory for him and so he had many carvings made on temples. After this he had made a treaty with them and ensured this agreement by marrying two of the Hittite princesses. Ramses the second is most well known for his monumental construction, such as the temple at Abu Simbel. He had a very long reign and now his mummy resides in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
From the earliest dynasties onward, Egypt developed a very high degree of civilization. And the exploitation of metals – copper, bronze and precious metals such as gold and silver – was an essential part of their culture. The Egyptian copper-smith must have been a man of importance since he had to make saws, chisels, knives. As well as dishes and trays, all out of copper or bronze, for artisans of the many trades.
The history of copper in architecture can be linked to its durability, corrosion resistance, prestigious appearance, and also the ability to form complex shapes. For centuries, craftsmen and designers utilized these attributes to build aesthetically pleasing and long-lasting building systems.
Like all our other exquisite jewelry, this plate is handcrafted, and highly detailed by our talented craftsmen. It is also top quality and can last for a lifetime.
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