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The Book of Gates in the Egyptian Mythology | Astromic's Backyard

The Book of Gates in the Egyptian Mythology | Astromic's Backyard

Arched harp in beautiful wall paintings in the 20th dynasty (1200 B.C.) tomb of INHERKHAU and his wife WEBET in Deir el-Medina near Thebes, Egypt

Arched harp in beautiful wall paintings in the 20th dynasty (1200 B.C.) tomb of INHERKHAU and his wife WEBET in Deir el-Medina near Thebes, Egypt

Relief Block from a Building of Amenemhat I. Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty, reign of Amenenhat I - Senwosret I, ca. 1981-1952 B.C.

Relief Block from a Building of Amenemhat I. Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty, reign of Amenenhat I - Senwosret I, ca. 1981-1952 B.C.

THE PYRAMID CODE - EPISODE 1: BAND OF PEACE (SHOCKING ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) - YouTube

THE PYRAMID CODE - EPISODE 1: BAND OF PEACE (SHOCKING ANCIENT EGYPT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) - YouTube

This is one of the cartonnage trappings of the mummy of Great Royal Princess Baket, daughter of Thutmose III, Dynasty 18. This piece, which once laid on the chest of the mummy of the princess, depicts Goddess Isis wrapping her protective arms/wings over the defunct. A thin gold band highlights her headdress, capped by the solar disk and the cow horns, attributes of Isis. On both sides beneath her wings, offering tables are presented by the king wearing the crown of upper Egypt.

This is one of the cartonnage trappings of the mummy of Great Royal Princess Baket, daughter of Thutmose III, Dynasty 18. This piece, which once laid on the chest of the mummy of the princess, depicts Goddess Isis wrapping her protective arms/wings over the defunct. A thin gold band highlights her headdress, capped by the solar disk and the cow horns, attributes of Isis. On both sides beneath her wings, offering tables are presented by the king wearing the crown of upper Egypt.

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