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Its also called as spring twists. If you are one of those people who love to braid their hair then you are surely going to like the Nubian twists. Nubian twists are a kind of hairstyle that is commonly popularised by the black women.
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These two parts of a mural decoration show representations of Nubian figures, most probably prisoners. They belong to a group that decorated a room in the palace of Ramses III built inside his memorial temple at Medinet Habu. In the ceremonial rooms, statues, bas reliefs and decorative walls show the full power of the sovereign and symbolize his domination over the universe.
A young black woman stands in a delicately swaying posture, holding a large lidded jar balanced on her hip. Her distinctively African facial features are represented with great skill and sensitivity, and her eyes are realistically painted in black and white. This seemingly subtle touch, together with her naturalistic stance, imparts a captivating sense of life to her figure.