This page is dedicated to the decorative art of Ancient Egypt, so that all the patterns you can see here are millennia-old.
On this page we also publish patterns from the arts of various neighboring peoples, such as the Babylonians, Hittites, Persians, Assyrians, etc. Ancient Egypt was a civilization that lasted for 3000 years continuously, and during that time their art hardly changed at all. As for the ancient Egyptians, art did not exist to enjoy beauty, but had a much greater significance and was closely linked to the state, religion and symbolism. It is for this reason that it changed little during the 3000 years of its existence; it did not fall under foreign influence, there was no individual artistic expression, and symbolism had a tremendous influence. The art of Ancient Egypt had a great influence on the neighboring peoples, e.g. the art of Ancient Greece and Rome and the large number of decorative patterns and motifs these peoples used to decorate with had actually originated in Ancient Egypt. All the patterns you can download here have been made by careful manual tracing in 2D CAD or vector software. We mostly traced images from old books that covered ancient Egyptian art and architecture, also images of artifacts, woodcuts, papyrus and statues found on the Internet. All the patterns in this collection are free, and we hope you are happy with the selection and quality of the ones you have been offered.
On this page you can download vectorized illustrations of the Ancient Egyptian gods named Horus, Toth and Maat.
Here you can download a digitized version of an Ancient Egyptian symbol – the Ankh (also known as breath of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin: cross with a handle)).
On this page you can download a collection of 22 ancient Egyptian frieze patterns.
These are four of the Assyrian patterns that we drew from an illustration in an old book.
On this page you can download a collection of 16 Egyptian repeating patterns (mostly ceiling and wall decorations).
This is a set of two Egyptian repeating patterns (Egyptian tessellation). As you can see, both of these patterns are simple in appearance.
On this page you can download a famous ancient Egyptian symbol Eye of Horus.
Download a pattern in the shape of the ibis bird, a sacred bird in ancient Egypt.
Black and white stencil portrait of the famous ancient Egyptian queen Nefertiti. Nefertiti was the Royal Wife of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten.
This ornament is based on the stone relief carving which was found in the Assyrian city of Nineveh.
Famous illustration of Ramesses II (often called Ramesses the Great) in the middle of the Battle of Kadesh.
On this page you can download a Scarabaeus sacer design (or sacred scarab design).