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Relief of Isis and the Pharaoh Seti I at Abydos

Relief of Isis and the Pharaoh Seti I at Abydos

Detail from a relief. King Ramses II among the gods, the relief comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos. In the relief Ramesses II is crowned by the goddess Nekhbet in the form of vulture. And Ramses II is introduced with the gods. 19th Dynasty, Abydos

Detail from a relief. King Ramses II among the gods, the relief comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos. In the relief Ramesses II is crowned by the goddess Nekhbet in the form of vulture. And Ramses II is introduced with the gods. 19th Dynasty, Abydos

Relief from Abydos - Temple of Seti I. Egypt

Relief from Abydos - Temple of Seti I. Egypt

Nekhbet and a shen ring. In this relief Ramesses II is crowned by the goddess Nekhbet in the form of vulture. 19th Dynasty, Abydos, Egypt. Louvre Museum.

Nekhbet and a shen ring. In this relief Ramesses II is crowned by the goddess Nekhbet in the form of vulture. 19th Dynasty, Abydos, Egypt. Louvre Museum.

Tree Goddess, or 'Lady of the Sycamore' in Nakhts Tomb @ Luxor. She is usually identified with either Nut, Hathor or Isis. Here she is shown with an emblematic sycamore tree on her head. The Egyptians believed that she would emerge from the sycamore when the ba-soul (in bird form) rested in the tree's shade and would give it nourishment and water.

Tree Goddess, or 'Lady of the Sycamore' in Nakhts Tomb @ Luxor. She is usually identified with either Nut, Hathor or Isis. Here she is shown with an emblematic sycamore tree on her head. The Egyptians believed that she would emerge from the sycamore when the ba-soul (in bird form) rested in the tree's shade and would give it nourishment and water.

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