This is the lower end of the Papyrus bud plant.

Papyrus Bud

This is the lower end of the Papyrus bud plant.

This is a half-opened Papyrus bud plant.

Papyrus Bud

This is a half-opened Papyrus bud plant.

The Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with opened papyrus flowers. It is found in Kom-Ombo an agricultural town in Egypt.

Egyptian Capital

The Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with opened papyrus flowers. It is found…

The Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with opened papyrus flowers. It is found in Philae an island on the Nile river in Egypt.

Egyptian Capital

The Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with opened papyrus flowers. It is found…

This Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with cinctured bundles of papyrus stems.

Egyptian Capital

This Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with cinctured bundles of papyrus stems.

This Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with cinctured bundles of papyrus stems. It is found in Luxor, Egypt.

Egyptian Capital

This Egyptian capital is the upper termination of the column with cinctured bundles of papyrus stems.…

An illustration of a papyrus decorated capital. In several traditions of architecture including Classical architecture, the capital (from the Latin caput, 'head') forms the crowning member of a column or a pilaster. The capital projects on each side as it rises, in order to support the abacus and unite the form of the latter (normally square) with the circular shaft of the column.

Papyrus Capital

An illustration of a papyrus decorated capital. In several traditions of architecture including Classical…

"Egyptian Papyrus" — Quackenbos, 1882

Egyptian Papyrus

"Egyptian Papyrus" — Quackenbos, 1882

This Idealized Lotus and Papyrus comes from an Egyptian mural painting.

Idealized Lotus and Papyrus

This Idealized Lotus and Papyrus comes from an Egyptian mural painting.

"A papyrus of the first century A.D., containing the Ten Commandments. It was discovered in Egypt."—Webster, 1913

Ancient Hebrew Manuscript

"A papyrus of the first century A.D., containing the Ten Commandments. It was discovered in Egypt."—Webster,…

A plant originating in Egypt that was used to make papyrus, a writing material until paper was introduced in the 8th Century.

Papyrus

A plant originating in Egypt that was used to make papyrus, a writing material until paper was introduced…

"Papyrus, from the Collection of the New York Historical Society." — Quackenbos, 1882

Papyrus

"Papyrus, from the Collection of the New York Historical Society." — Quackenbos, 1882

A genus of rushlike plants of the sedge family, growing in marshy places from root-stalks. The stem grows to a height of from six to fifteen feet. It is naked, except near the root, and at the top is a bunch of leaves formed much like an umbrella. The flowers occur on scaly spikelets and are surrounded by long bracts, and the seeds are three-cornered.

Papyrus

A genus of rushlike plants of the sedge family, growing in marshy places from root-stalks. The stem…

Papyrus reed that grows along the shores of the Nile. The stalks are pliable and capable of being interwoven very closely. Boats of this material were very common in Egypt. The inner bark of this plant, platted and cemented together, furnished a writing material.

Papyrus

Papyrus reed that grows along the shores of the Nile. The stalks are pliable and capable of being interwoven…