Saqqarah Blue, is a jacquard wall hanging textile tapestry woven in Belgium. It represents the giving of sacrifices to the deceased Pharoh. The original artwork is displayed on the tomb of Ptahotep (or Ptah-hotep) in Sakkarah. It dates from the Ancient Empire (2650-2150 BCE "before the Common Era"). Saqqara (or Sakkara, Saqqarah, Sakkarah) is a vast, ancient burial ground in Egypt, featuring the world's oldest standing step pyramid. This historical piece is the perfect image of inspiration for your home, private office, or study.
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