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MensajeTema: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Jue Abr 04, 2013 4:44 am



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extensiones para la cabeza que se sujetaban con el pelo de la mujer que lo llevaba, encontrada en Hierakompolis en una tumba.
datada hace 5000 años.
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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Dom Abr 07, 2013 1:11 am



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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Lun Abr 08, 2013 12:01 am



Barber shaving the head of a soldier
Tomb of Userhat, 18th dynasty
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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Lun Abr 08, 2013 12:02 am




Braided hair of Anhapu, New Kingdom.
The hair from an area of roughly 4 square centimetres was separated and plaited for a distance of about 0 m 03 cent., then divided into three (or more) wisps each of which was tightly plaited in the form of an ear of wheat. The common plait and the stalks of the "ears of wheat" were then thickly smeared with a paste, apparently a resinous material. [7]


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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Abr 09, 2013 12:14 am

This wig is made of human hair, and is supposed to have come from a tomb at Thebes. It was found in its original box. The wig is in two parts, a mass of naturally curly hair on top of several hundred thin plaits hanging around the neck of the main wig. The curls are impregnated with a mixture of beeswax and resin. Each hair in the wig was waxed at the end and attached to the wig by twisting and then pressing back into the wax on the hair stem. An examination by a modern wigmaker concluded that the standard of craftsmanship was as high as in a good modern wig.

Wigs appear to have been commonly used in Egypt; Egyptologists normally refer to the majority of hairstyles shown in painting and sculpture as wigs. If this was indeed the case, and wigs were regularly worn for special occasions, then there must have been a considerable number in use. The hair is lighter than the almost pure black that is shown in Egyptian paintings.

J. Stevens Cox, 'The construction of an Ancient Egyptian wig (c. 1400 B.C.) in the British Museum', Journal of Egyptian Archaeol-5, 63 (1977)

S. Quirke and A.J. Spencer, The British Museum book of anc (London, The British Museum Press, 1992)



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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Abr 09, 2013 12:15 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Abr 09, 2013 12:21 am



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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Abr 09, 2013 1:19 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Lun Abr 29, 2013 4:32 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Sáb Mayo 04, 2013 2:55 am



Sobre peinados en el antiguo egipto, aqui tenemos esta foto del metmuseum con todos los anillos que se encontraron en la tumba de Sithathoryunet. Estaban en unas cajas de madera junto con pelucas.
Con el paso del tiempo las cajas de madera y las pelucas estaban deterioradas pero si se conservaban los anillos.
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Two boxes in the jewelry niche of Sithathoryunet's tomb seem to have held her ceremonial wigs. The wooden boxes and hair had completely decomposed, but 1,251 gold rings in two sizes that had decorated one of the wigs were preserved. They have been placed on a modern wig in an arrangement suggested by a wooden head that the Metropolitan Museum excavated at Lisht, another Middle Kingdom royal cemetery. A gold crown and a pectoral with the name of Amenemhat III, both in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, were packed in the same box with the ornamented wig.
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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Sáb Mayo 04, 2013 11:38 pm




Ancient Egyptians of all classes wore wigs. Wigs disguised deformities, guarded against lice, and made the hair look thicker, which was considered attractive. The Ancient Egyptian nobility also favoured very elaborate hairstyles, which were easier to construct and maintain with wigs. High-quality wigs were made from human hair and could be afforded only by the rich. This false fringe of curly hair was found in the tomb of an Ancient Egyptian king, Zer, at Abydos. It dates from about 4,700 B.C.

http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/LGweb/body/1901_40_56.htm


Excavated by William Matthew Flinders Petrie

Given to the Museum in 1901


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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Dom Mayo 05, 2013 10:39 am

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Sobre peinados en el antiguo egipto, aqui tenemos esta foto del metmuseum con todos los anillos que se encontraron en la tumba de Sithathoryunet. Estaban en unas cajas de madera junto con pelucas.
Con el paso del tiempo las cajas de madera y las pelucas estaban deterioradas pero si se conservaban los anillos.
Met Museum
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Two boxes in the jewelry niche of Sithathoryunet's tomb seem to have held her ceremonial wigs. The wooden boxes and hair had completely decomposed, but 1,251 gold rings in two sizes that had decorated one of the wigs were preserved. They have been placed on a modern wig in an arrangement suggested by a wooden head that the Metropolitan Museum excavated at Lisht, another Middle Kingdom royal cemetery. A gold crown and a pectoral with the name of Amenemhat III, both in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, were packed in the same box with the ornamented wig.
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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Mayo 14, 2013 12:57 am




Dos muestras de cabello encontradas en una tumba en Gurob. El de la izquierda es humano y el otro es de una peluca.
Están en el museo Petrie


este es el artículo
http://petriemuseum.com/blog/hair/


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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Mayo 14, 2013 1:07 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Mayo 14, 2013 1:09 am



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The collection of ancient Egyptian art at the Metropolitan Museum ranks among the finest outside Cairo. It consists of approximately 36,000 objects of artistic, historical, and cultural importance, dating from the Paleolithic to the Roman period (ca. 300,000 B.C.–4th century A.D.). More than half of the collection is derived from the Museum's thirty-five years of archaeological work in Egypt, initiated in 1906 in response to increasing public interest in the culture of ancient Egypt. Today, virtually the entire collection is on display in thirty-two major galleries and eight study galleries, with objects arranged chronologically. Overall, the holdings reflect the aesthetic values, history, religious beliefs, and daily life of the ancient Egyptians over the entire course of their great civilization.
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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Mar Mayo 14, 2013 5:40 am

Hairstyles during the Old Kingdom














It has often been maintained that the ancient Egyptians, like their modern descendants, shaved their heads most carefully, and wore artificial hair only. The following facts moreover are incontrovertible: we meet with representations of many smoothly shaved heads on the monuments, there are wigs in several museums," and the same person had his portrait taken sometimes with short, at other times with long hair. Herodotos also expressly states of the Egyptians of his time that they shaved themselves from their youth up, and only let their hair grow as a sign of mourning. An unprejudiced observer will nevertheless confess, when he studies the subject, that the question is not so simple as it seems at first sight. We must therefore conclude that when a man is said to be shaven we are as a rule to understand that the hair is only cut very short, and that those persons alone were really shaven who are represented so on the monuments, viz, the priests of the New Empire.

As a fact the monuments of the Old Empire show that short hair (as seen in the accompanying illustrations) was originally the fashion for all classes, for the shepherd and the boatman as well as for the prince, and was even worn by those in court dress. At the same time the great lords possessed also a more festive adornment for their heads in the shape of great artificial coiffures. Amongst them we must distinguish two kinds of wigs, the one made in imitation of short woolly hair, the other of long hair.


The former consisted of a construction of little curls arranged in horizontal rows lapping over each other like the tiles of a roof; as a rule very little of the forehead was visible, and the ears were quite covered as well as the back of the neck. The details vary in many particulars, though this description is correct as a whole. The little curls are sometimes triangular, sometimes square ; the hair is sometimes cut straight across the forehead, sometimes rounded ; in many instances the little curls begin up on the crown of the head, in others high on the forehead ; other differences also exist which can be ascribed only to the vagaries of fashion, It strikes us as humorous that the people should ape this attire of their masters ; in the earliest times the master alone and one or two of his household officials wore this wig, but in the time of the 5 th dynasty we have many representations of workmen, shepherds, or servants adorned with this once noble headdress. On the other hand the second wig, that of long hair, seems never to have been displaced from its exclusive position, although it was certainly a more splendid head-dress than the stiff construction of little curls. In the long-haired wig the hair fell thickly from the crown of the head to the shoulders, at the same time forming a frame for the face ; while round the forehead, and also at the ends, the hair was lightly waved. The individual tresses were sometimes twisted into spiral plaits. Nevertheless, this marvel of the Egyptian wig-maker's art, with all the variations which it admitted, did not content the dandy of the Old Empire ;

and he exerted himself to make his head-dress still more imposing. A certain Shepsesre', who held the office of superintendent of the south at the court of King 'Ess'e, must have been specially anxious to excel in this respect. He caused four statues to be prepared for his tomb each representing him in a special coiffure.

In two he wears the usual wigs, in the third his hair is long and flowing like that of a woman, and in the fourth he wears a wig of little curls, which reaches down to the middle of his back.^ The latter must have been an invention on the part of the wig-maker, for it would be impossible ever to dress a man's natural hair in such a wonderful manner. The same might be said of the wig which became the ruling fashion under the 6th dynasty. This consisted of a senseless combination of the two earlier forms ; the long-haired coiffure, the whole style of which is only possible with long tresses, being divided, after the fashion of the other, into rows of little curls, though its waving lines were retained.

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Vie Ago 16, 2013 3:14 am

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HAIR AND DEATH IN ANCIENT EGYPT

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Vie Ago 16, 2013 11:54 pm

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Sáb Ago 17, 2013 3:00 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Dom Ago 18, 2013 12:39 am

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MensajeTema: Re: Cabello, peinados y pelucas en el antiguo Egipto   Dom Ago 18, 2013 12:41 am



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