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Track And Trace Container

Called "spoons eye" of the spoon bowls crafted to handle often bucolic grounds. None door track to elucidate the nature of their content. Most date back to the New Kingdom (1400 to 1200 BC), some dating from the 25th Dynasty (715-656 BC). | Official site of the Louvre.


On appelle "cuillers à fard" des cuillerons à manche ouvragé de motifs souvent bucoliques. Aucune ne porte de trace permettant d'élucider la nature de leur contenu. La plupart remontent au Nouvel Empire (entre 1400 et 1200 avant J.-C.), quelques-unes datent de la 25e dynastie (715 - 656 avant J.-C.). | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

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Fun for Little Ones

FamilyFun Facebook fans share their favorite ways to cure cabin fever. Fill a plastic container with snow and bring it inside so that the kids can play with their toys in the snow without their noses freezing.Lianne and Paul S. Set up indoor bowling with cups and a tennis ball. Amy R. Roll out paper and make a hopscotch design or a small town with a track, or simply trace the kids and have them color in their outlines. Priscilla H…