Egyptian Sarcophagi and Coffins

Among the highlights of the Egyptian wing, there are numerous sarcophagi and coffins to discover.

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Vermeer was familiar with the theory behind perspective and deliberately used it in his paintings.
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Rubens paintings
Considered the most influential artist of the Flemish Baroque tradition, Rubens, painted altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and mythological subjects.
Chapel of Ka-ni-nisut
Discovered in 1913, the chapel of 'Ka-ni-nisut' has once served for the practice of the funerary cult where priests or relatives of the death performed an offering ritual for his benefit. On the walls of the chapel, there were depictions of such rituals and the texts accompanying their performance.
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