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Importante Egyptian Art is better known than the art of other ancient villages. This is essentially due to two facts: the religious beliefs of the afterlife (many burials have been conserved) and the use of stone as a construction material in religious buildings and funerary monuments (temples and tombs), which has given them great strength and durability.
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Egyptian Art is tends toward Gigantism, that is, many of its buildings and sculptures are of colossal dimensions.
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Painting Relief paintings and sculptures were used in temples and tombs, joined with the use abundant hieroglyphics, has given us knowledge of the history of Ancient Egypt in great detail.

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There are three important demonstrations in the Egyptian art:

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