Egyptian Painting Depicts Movement

An artist depicts a wrestling sequence as a continuous movement decorated in a rock tomb at Beni Hasan, Egypt in 1900 BCE.

Date:
      1900 BCE
Occupation:
      Painter
Location:
      Beni Hasan, Egypt

Additional Information:

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