Egypt Duotone Prints

Irrigation circa 2000 BCE

8 cards, 4 of each design, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

8 cards, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

8 cards, with white envelopes

Size: 4.5" x 6"

Egyptians devised ways to benefit from the annual flooding of the Nile from July through December. Canals were dug along the Nile to divert the floods and silt, and to expand the reach of the water onto the fields. Because the canals were lower than the fields, the water had to be lifted up and over the banks onto the land. The oldest method was a bucket brigade.

Image Date: 1952

These beautiful images are made using the very latest digital technologies.

Quality: Each print is individually produced and inspected.

Preparation Time: Please allow 4 to 6 business days for printing, plus shipping.

Printer: Epson Stylus Pro 7900

Paper: Exhibition Fiber, developed in collaboration with many of the industry’s leading professional photographers to ensure it meets their most discerning requirements.

Ink: UltraChrome HDR

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SKU: B3-14 D162-8 Category:

Description

Egyptians devised ways to benefit from the annual flooding of the Nile from July through December. Canals were dug along the Nile to divert the floods and silt, and to expand the reach of the water onto the fields. Because the canals were lower than the fields, the water had to be lifted up and over the banks onto the land. The oldest method was a bucket brigade.

Additional information

Weight1.00 lbs
Dimensions8 × 10 in
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