Drawings and Inscriptions on Pottery Naqada Civilizations and Benefit from them in Enriching the Roofs of Contemporary Ceramic Pots

Eman Ahmad Elsayed Aboelnour


Naqada civilization dates back to prehistoric times in Egypt. Historians divide that civilization into three historical phases where civilization took Naqada about 1,500 years before the first family.It is a civilization Naqada first (about 4500 to 3500 BC) and the civilization of Naqada II (about 3500 to 3200 BC) and civilization Naqada third (about 3200 to 3000 BC) and was characterized by these civilizations progress pottery and diversity of decorative elements and themes that were recorded on their surfaceswhich express what distract them in their daily lives as a character fishing and agriculture. Fberawa in the use of drawings and engravings bottles decorated pottery drawing humans, animals and plants and geometric shapes ..The research aims to make use of drawings and engravings used by the ancient Egyptians in the civilization of Naqada through the study of personality and semantic expression used by the ancient Egyptians in the use of drawings and engravings and studying different styles of techniques used and bringing it to the entrances experimental variety to enrich the roofs of ceramic pots in a contemporary style for the development of artistic and cultural heritage of the artist.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n11p250

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