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I chose shallots for this painting because they helped me carry the light to the next object.
Tomb paintings of both the Old and New Kingdoms of ancient Egypt portray shallots growing in the field. The purpose of tomb paintings was to create a pleasant afterlife for the dead person, with themes such as journeying through the afterworld or deities providing protection. These paintings were often done in red, blue, green, gold, black, and yellow.
The ancient Greeks gave shallots their name when their traders discovered them in the ancient Palestinian port of Ashkalon (now Ashkelon in Israel) and named them after the city.
The ancient Egyptians used shallots as essential medicinal remedies. Shallot juice rubbed into the scalp is allegedly a remedy for baldness.
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