Almost the only thing that differs is how these bronze vessels were decorated.
What also differs are the materials used by both cultures, as available local raw materials were different.
From Shanghai to Berlin Friederike Seyfried is the director of the Egyptian Museum and the papyrus collection.
Although ancient Egypt and China never communicated with each other, they had many things in common. Cradles of the World" shows inventions made in both countries a long time ago.
Plagiarism and industrial espionage may in some cases explain why a particular invention turns up far away from where it was originally invented.
Contrasting with this Chinese exhibit is a mummy casing of an Egyptian woman called Nes-Chons-pa-cheret who is believed to have died 700 years earlier than Liu He.
Winged deities painted on her cartonnage were believed to protect and conserve the mummified body for eternity. Cradles of the World," running from July 6 until December 3, 2017, shows exhibits from ancient Egypt and ancient China, some of which are shown in Europe for the very first time.
A German-Egyptian archaeological team has unearthed an 8-meter colossus depicting one of ancient Egypt's most powerful pharaohs.
The statue was found in the working class Cairo neighborhood of al-Matariya.
The same solutions to the same problems Back then, traveling merchants and couriers were capable of bridging enormous distances of up to 3,000 kilometers.
But they could never have overcome the 8,000-kilometer distance between China and Egypt.
Differing luxurious goods Fireclay models in one of the first display cases show that the structure of simple dwellings in China resembled the ones used in Egypt. A wide variety of statues, jewelry, ceramics and cosmetic vessels illustrate daily life patterns of the societies of both countries.