Nokia group and operator logos

You can upload these drawings to your Nokia 3210, 5110, 6110, 6150, 6210, 6250, 7110, 8210, 8810, 8850 or compatible handy as operator logo or, in case of suitable models, group logo. To apply them, you may need the communication cable, usually available separately at your local GSM service provider.  To upload these graphics to your phone, you can download the appropriate shareware application from the site of the author: www.kessler-design.com. All logos appear herein are my own works.

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Pyramids

This simple graphics shows the pyramids of Gizah.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) 3pyramids.gif (3503 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Egypt logo

This logo made by rearrange of the previous graphics.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) egyptlogo.gif (3979 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Haroeris

This is my favourite! The "Powerful Horus" in the usual shape of winged sun. It is a protective symbol, even in the ancient times.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) haroeris.gif (3858 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Kagemni

Kagemni vizier has a beautiful tomb in Saqqara. He lived around the 5th dynasty and these hieroglyphs cover his name.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) kagemni.gif (3398 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Kheper

The scarab on the wings of vulture, is a traditional form for the Sun god.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) keper.gif (4033 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Hatshepsut Maatkara

The coronation name, Maatkara is formed in the catrouche (18th dynasty)

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display4.gif (492 bytes) maatkara.gif (3563 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Memnons

The Memnons are the only reminders of the huge temple once was built by Amenemhat III.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) memnon.gif (3386 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Eyes of the Dead

This drawing of a pair of eyes are traditional on sarcophagi, ensuring that the occupant will see when his/her ka-soul comes banck to resurrect his/her body.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) mumyeye.gif (3989 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Sphinx

This graphics resembles to the famous etchings by David Roberts.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) sphinx.gif (3765 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

 

Wadget Eye

aka Horus-eye. It doesn't protects against diseases but helps to heal faster.

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display4.gif (492 bytes) wadget.gif (3676 bytes) display5.gif (438 bytes)
display6.gif (830 bytes) display7.gif (3341 bytes) display8.gif (798 bytes)

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