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Faiyum, Egypt in Africa

Choose from 29 pictures in our Faiyum collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Prince Rahotepa€™s slab stela, Meidum, Egypt, lithograph, published in 1897 Featured Faiyum Print

Prince Rahotepa€™s slab stela, Meidum, Egypt, lithograph, published in 1897

Visual reconstruction of the Limestone panel (Slab stela) of Prince Rahotep seated before offerings: from the false door in the tomb of Rahotep, Faiyum, Meidum, Egypt, circa 2600 BC (4th dynasty, since 1892 in the British Museum, London). The deceased is shown seated on a simple, bull-legged, backless chair, one hand clasped on his chest and the other extended towards an offering-table carrying half-loaves of bread. The names of conventional offerings are written above the table and below it to one side of the stand. To the right of this scene is a standard offering-list of the early type. The name and titles of the deceased are written in larger signs on both sides of and above the main scene. Lithograph, published in 1897

Landstat photo of Cairo & Nile delta Featured Faiyum Print

Landstat photo of Cairo & Nile delta

Landsat photograph of the city of Cairo and the Nile delta. The black thread of the river Nile can be seen surrounded by a thin strip of red vegetation which opens into the wide mouth of the delta. Cairo is visible as the light blue area at the head of the delta, just before the river forks into the Rosetta Nile (left) and the Damietta Nile (right). Light blue areas in the delta are other cities. Agriculture in the delta relies on irrigation & consists of cotton, corn & clover. Lake Qarun, lying in El Faiyum Depression, is at bottom left of the image. Extensive agriculture extends from the lake almost to the River Nile