RFEB2J4F–Large papyrus tussocks line the shore of a wide African river at dawn.
RFKCEEAB–old scroll, parchment, papyrus vintage 3d illustration set
RFE6XTB1–Torn Yellow Brown Papyrus Paper Isolated on White Background.
RMBP5J2A–3491. NILE - THE VEGETATION ALONG THE SHORES OF THE RIVER IS MAUNLY PAPYRUS AND REEDS USED FOR BUILDING AND ANIMAL FOOD
RMG2JAG9–Funerary papyrus - Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
RMG15G71–The Rhind papyrus, also known as the Ahmes papyrus, dating to around 1650 BC in Egypt, is one of the earliest mathematical records to be found on a paper-like substance. It is a fragment from a reference book of everyday mathematics used by ancient Egypti
RMAJBR95–papyrus, paper plant, bulrush (Cyperus papyrus), stand of fruit
RMG3C695–Luxor Temple Complex - Papyrus Columns of Amenhotep III
RMB60APX–Papyrus growing along the Nile original paper of the ancient Egyptians. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDXG80R–Gliding through the papyrus lined Okavango swamps in a dugout mekoro in the early morning, Botswana
RMEX73W2–Hieratic papyrus referring to the warding off of hostile dead persons (mutu), Ptolemaic Period, 305-30 BC
RMDK3TFF–Book of the Death of the mistress Neferini. Papyrus. Cursive hieroglyphic. Ptolemaic Kingdom. 4th-1st century BC. Achmim.
RFCMPDMR–papyrus paper rough texture with fiber pattern, wrinkles, loose fibers and dust, edge shown against black background
RMARY128–Papyrus Reeds at Sunset, Okavango Delta, Botswana
RMPCP7B0–The Book of the Dead, Papyrus of Ani. The Hall of Judgment, ca 1250 BC.
RFB9JM16–Natural papyrus background
RFD6A8XW–Egyptian hieroglyphs on papyrus
RMAHC9A9–Cyperus Papyrus Sicily Italy
RMADRT27–Papyrus art of Horemheb , last Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty meeting the gods Anubis and Isis
RMKCDARE–Papyrus Fragments of a Letter to Epiphanius, 7th century
RMB28AB3–A copy of an Egyptian hieroglyph painted onto a papyrus
RMBTE0JA–5365. The Ryland Papyrus P52, the earliest surviving piece of New Testament Scripture. A fragment of a papyrus codex containing
RMBC4EPY–New Egyptian Paintings from pharaonic times on papyrus paper Egypt Cairo
RMG15N60–Papyrus is a thick paper-like material produced from the pith of the papyrus plant, Cyperus papyrus, a wetland sedge that was once abundant in the Nile Delta of Egypt. Papyrus is first known to have been used in ancient Egypt, but it was also used through
RMERE3C5–Ancient Egypt. Book of the Dead of Asetweret. Papyrus. Provenance unknown. Early Ptolemaic Period. 4th-3rd century BC. Vatican.
RMG37PE1–PAPYRUS OF ANI The dead Ani, judged innocent, is presented by Horus to Osiris. He kneels with whitened hair.
RMBFRK20–Samples of pictures and designs made on papyrus on sale at factory between Giza and Cairo Egypt north Africa
RMB643B6–Egypt, Cairo, Paintings from pharaonic times on papyrus paper.
RMG2P348–Papyrus fragment from chapter 110 of the Egyptian Book of the Dead. 'Djedhor working in the fields of the Afterlife'. Late Period, 664-332 BC. Depicts the Field of Offerings in which the deceased must work for nourishment.
RFBCDKXX–By a lake shore the long stems of a huge Papyrus head carry seed pods.