Statue of Thutmose III on Antiqued Papyrus - Limited Edition
Thutmose III was the sixth pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. Officially, he ruled Egypt for almost 54 years but during the first 22 years of his reign, he was co-regent with his stepmother and aunt, Hatshepsut, who was named pharaoh.
When Thutmose came of age, he was given command of the armed forces by Hatshepsut. He proved himself an exceptional military strategist and charismatic leader. In his time as pharaoh, he led 17 successful campaigns in 20 years. He never lost a single engagement, expanded and maintained his empire and was worshiped by his people for centuries after his death. He elevated Egypt’s status as a powerful and prosperous nation, employed the people in monumental building projects, and epitomized the ideal of the valiant Egyptian warrior-king.
Papyrus is the worlds first paper!
Created by the Ancient Egyptians, papyrus has been used as a paper for over 4500 years!
Each Papyri is
- Hand-made in Egypt
- Hand-painted in Egypt
- Packaged with a certificate of authenticity & protective plastic sleeve
Limited edition scene carefully crafted by Master Egyptian artisans
60cm / 23.6 inches Tall
40cm / 15.7 inches Wide
(All Papyrus is hand-made & hand-painted, so yours may differ slightly from that in the photo)