Semite - Heritage Poster with Hangers


Size Guide

Product Features

Heritage Poster with Hangers - Semite
• Hangers made from natural wood
• Hanger piece thickness: 0.2″ (0.5 mm)
• Hanger piece width: 0.79″ (2 cm)
• Paper weight: 192 g/m²
• Poster secured by magnets
• Comes with a matching string

About this Design

Infuse your space with a piece of historical elegance and cultural depth with the "Semite - 1770 Heritage Poster with Hangers." This exquisite matte poster celebrates the rich Semitic heritage, commemorating the year 1770 when the term "Semite" was first coined by the historian August Ludwig von Schlözer. It's a celebration of the linguistic and cultural connections among Semitic peoples, beautifully presented through original artwork that adds a unique charm to any room.
Accompanied by a lightweight wooden hanger, this poster is designed to seamlessly integrate into any interior decor, from modern minimalist to traditional. Whether you're looking to make a bold statement or add a layer of historical intrigue to your gallery wall, this poster offers versatility and aesthetic appeal. The matte finish enhances the artwork's details, making it a focal point that draws the eye and sparks conversation.
The "Semite - 1770 Heritage Poster with Hangers" is not just a decorative item; it's an invitation to explore and appreciate the shared heritage of Semitic communities, including Jews, Arabs, and others linked by linguistic heritage. Its design serves as a bridge between past and present, offering a daily reminder of the enduring spirit and contributions of Semitic peoples to our collective history.
Perfect for personal spaces, offices, or as a thoughtful gift, this poster is an ideal choice for anyone passionate about cultural heritage, history, and the beauty of linguistic diversity. Let it stand as a testament to the scholarly journey that has brought to light the intricate web of connections that define the Semitic legacy.
Embrace the "Semite - 1770 Heritage Poster with Hangers" as a part of your home or office, and let it inspire you with its story of identity, resilience, and unity across centuries.