Nebamun Hunting Poster


This museum-quality poster depicts a scene from the tomb of Nebamun (c. 1350 BCE) showing the New Kingdom period accountant Nebamun hunting birds in the marshes of Egypt. He is accompanied by his wife and daughter. Scenes like these of the deceased enjoying himself were common in New Kingdom tomb chambers. To the Egyptians, fertile marshes were a symbol of eroticism and rebirth, which gives additional meaning to this image. British Museum, London.

Size: 16x16 inches / 40x40 cm

Photographer: Jan van der Crabben / Ancient History Encyclopedia

Museum-quality poster made on thick, durable, matte paper. A statement in any room. These puppies are printed on archival, acid-free paper. Printed in America, sweatshop free.