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This is a collection of hand drawn egyptian style textures drawn by me with the exception of the detail / relief wall designs. All of the textures that I have created draw inspiration from patterns, textiles, walls and ancient jewellery of Egypt.

Due to not much realistically remaining of the original Egyptian architecture, some of the patterns and styles that I have used will have other influences. Towards the end of the Egyptian empire, Roman/Greek influence were very strong. With some temples being modified with niche and flanking columns of Roman origin.

During much of the Late Period, the Egyptian empire was ruled by outside forces. Some of these new rulers sysmatically destroyed temples and large sections of Egypt's past. Eventually in AD 383 the coming of Christianity ordered all pagan temples throughout the empire to be closed. Followed closely by persecution of pagans and destruction of their religious structures, this really was the final nail in the coffin.

Eventually Egypt's ancient pharaonic past became just stories and legends, as the people who built these mighty structures moved on and forgot the past. The few temples which were abandoned and were distant from major populations fared best and remain today as the most perfectly preserved examples.

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Textures Packs -
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Palace -
Medieval -
Egyptian -
Plants -
Terrain -
Env Maps -
Dust Ball -
Devil's Punchbowl -
Mars -
Ice Station Zebra -
Frozen Wasteland -
Dusk till Dawn -
Graveyard -
Emerald Lagoon -
Desert Canyon -
Night Ball -
Stratosphere -
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