00034 The winged Isis

Isis: this goddess embodied the qualities of wifely fidelity and maternal feelings. Wife of Osiris and mother of Horus, she was known for her magical powers and was usually depicted with cowˇ¦s horns and a solar disk on her head or with a throne as a headpiece. She was one of the four ˇĄprotectorˇ¦ goddess guarding coffins and Canopic Jars, sister of Nephthys with whom she stood as a divine mourner for the dead. In the Late Period, Philae was her principal cult center.

00035 Ramses II with Nefertari and various gods

In the middle of this papyrus picture, god Horus and Anubis put the ascentˇXdouble crown upon the head of the king Ramses II and above his head the crown of feathers. On the left Nefertari makes offerings to Isis. This goddess embodied the qualities of wifely fidelity and material feelings. She is wife of Osiris and mother of Horus.
Seth, who killed his father, Osiris. After revenging he inherited the whole earth, which Seth had gone to the thunder in the sky. Anubis is god of mummification and inventor of funeral rites. He was represented either with the body of a man and a head of a jackal or as a jackal lying on a shrine. One of his many duties was supervising the weighing of the heart in the Judgment Hall.

00036 Hathor and Re-Harakhte; Horus and queen Nefertari

We can see this view in the right side of the picture the god Horus catching the hand of queen Nefertari. It is a part of judgment picture because Horus is one responsible for judgment the dead in the other world. Nefertari was a wife of Ramses II and she was very little is known. Her beautiful temple at Abu Simbel and her magnificent tomb in the Valley of the Queens underline her standing and importance and are well worth a visit. Its colors appear as they were pictured yesterday untouched with the age.
In the left side of this picture represents the god Re-Harakhte. He has abloom man and the head of a falcon, the sun above him and behind him sets the goddess Hathor who is the guardian of the dead mountain in Thebes and Menph and she was also the judge of heaven, it is portrayed here in a classical picture as a public goddess and a young smiling women and as a goddess of happiness dancing and music. It is shown here putting in her head the sign of Immitt, which symbolizes the west. The view is taken from the tomb of Nefertary in the valley of the queens at Thebes in the western bank and goes back the 19th Dynasty.

00037 Nefertari and Isis; Maat and Hathor

In the left side of the picture, here Isis face is crowned with the cow horns, surrounding with sun disk from which is hanging a cobra. And in her left hand she grasps the divine scepter. Her tight fitting robe has the distinctive ancient style of the middle kingdom. And it was shrine by precious stones. Queen Nefertari has the more elaborate headdress, with two enormous feathers. Her ample white robe is styled in the new kingdom. This board is regarded a relief and its regarded one of the fantastic treasures of pharaohˇ¦s art for its strength connection and the high forming. Nefertari was a wife of Ramses II and she was very little is known. Her beautiful temple at Abu Simbel and her magnificent tomb in the Valley of the Queens underline her standing and importance and are well worth a visit.
In the right side of the papyrus picture, with wings outstretched Maat kneels before Hathor. Winged Maat, goddess of truth, justice and world order, she was the representation of one of the most important abstract qualities in Egyptian theology. She was depicted as a young woman holding an ostrich feather or wearing one n her head. She appears in the Judgment Hall overseeing the weighing of the heart.

00038 Goddess Maat and Isis; Horus and Nefertari

We can see this view in the right side of the picture the god Horus catching the hand of queen Nefertari. It is a part of judgment picture because Horus is one responsible for judgment the dead in the other world.
Winged Maat, goddess of truth, justice and world order, she was the representation of one of the most important abstract qualities in Egyptian theology. She was depicted as a young woman holding an ostrich feather or wearing one n her head. She appears in the Judgment Hall overseeing the weighing of the heart.
Nefertari was a wife of Ramses II and she was very little is known. Her beautiful temple at Abu Simbel and her magnificent tomb in the Valley of the Queens underline her standing and importance and are well worth a visit. Its colors appear as they were pictured yesterday untouched with the age.

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