From the Mastaba of Itel, Meidum Early Dynasty IV, C. 2700 B.C. Cairo Museum Painted in sharp flat colors, these geese stand out against a neutral ground. In formal symmetry they face another group of three geese. They are a small part of a panel which is five feet long and only nine inches high. This is the oldest Egyptian painting to survive.

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