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The Ancient Egyptian Oracle: The Cards of Ra-Maat are a set of 72 cards intended for divination. The deck is divided into Pylons (the blue cards); Arits (similar to chakras); Cubits (the black cards); and Deities (the white cards).
The Ancient Egyptian Senet Tarot Oracle Deck uses the historical tarot structure to build a unique deck of wholly Ancient Egyptian deities, icons, and symbology. The regular 78 cards are titled in Chinese and English, and there is one extra card that sums up the trumps.
Tarot structure and Egyptology have been blended seamlessly in this lifelike-looking deck of Ancient Egypt. The author has drawn on a mix of Egyptian history, mythology and daily life to produce the very readable 78 Ancient Egyptian Tarot cards.
The 'Ancient Feminine Wisdom of Goddesses and Heroines Divination Deck' (to give its full title) is a 52 card set, from the creators of the Celestial Tarot. Each attractive card features a female character illustrated in a full scene, with her name above and a keyword below.
The Ancient Italian Tarot shows artwork in a medieval Italian style. The card scenes are of a similar style as the 1JJ Swiss Tarot but with more detail and muted colour. Card titling is small and in Italian only.
The Ancient Magick Divination Cards is a deck of 28 cards with some links to tarot. The black-printed cards are illustrated in Londa Marks' distinctive style, and are wonderfully antiqued in both look and feel.
An early (eighteenth century) tarot deck with some unusual features. The Ancient Minchiate Etruria Tarot has 41 major arcana cards, which include astrological signs, the four virtues, and four elements, but not a high priestess/popess.
The Ancient Mysteries Tarot links Tarot with its ancient roots. The major arcana cards are based on sacred temple art from the mystery schools of Egypt, Greece, Mesopotamia and India, while images of megaliths, sacred fountains and stone temples are used to portray the four sacred elements in the minor arcana.
The Ancient Tarot of Marseilles is a precise reproduction of the historic Tarot de Marseilles created in 1760 by Nicholas Conver. This version is coloured with blocks of yellow, red, green and blue.
The Ancient Tarots of Bologna is a historical reproduction of an deck from 1780, created in Bologna, Italy. It is Italian but a Marseilles style deck, and is coloured in deep blues, faded greens and oranges.