egypt-museum: Relief of the God Horus The tomb…

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Relief of the God Horus

The tomb of Queen Twosret, of the 19th Dynasty (ca. 1292-1189 BC), is decorated with scenes from the Book of the Dead and other religious texts and scenes. Horus, the falcon god, son of Isis and posthumous son of Osiris, the embodiment of the kingship in Egypt and the rightful heir to the throne, is depicted on one of the pillars. Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. 

Photo:

Araldo De Luca 

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