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Effect of Egyptian Culture on the Design of Jewelry (Cultural Design Based on Ancient Egyptian Patterns)
Authors: Eman Ramadan, and Yu Wu
Year: 2023
Keywords: Patterns, Egyptian culture, Cultural product, Jewelry design.
Journal: Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities
Volume: 13, No. 4
Issue: 0975-2935
Pages: 1-14
Publisher: Rupkatha
Local/International: International
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We are now living in an era in which modern media and advanced technology, including satellites, satellite channels, and the information network, are intensifying, all of which are working to dissolve cultural subjectivity and remove popular legacies to replace them with Western cultural values and behavior patterns. Hence, the Egyptian researcher sees the necessity of reviving contemporary inspired, where every civilization in history has its own culture and pattern which always reflects civilization and expresses their lives and beliefs. Herein, we will mention about the ancient Egyptian civilization, in northeastern Africa that dates from the 4th millennium BCE. It has many achievements, which preserved in its art and monuments.It holds a fascination that continues to grow as archaeological finds expose its secrets. This article focuses on ancient Egyptian culture through the patterns of their beliefs, and how did these patterns affect the designs of the jewelry, and how we can benefit from these patterns in the creation of innovative designs.Here, we focused on the Egyptian pattern because of its great importance in ancient Egypt. Besides, its distinctive shapes enable us to create new modern designs for this era.

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