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Dieux égyptiens hiéracocéphales (à tête de faucon) : Rê & Horus (1902) - Les deux divinités tiennent dans leurs mains l'Ânkh & le sceptre Ouas. Rê, à gauche, est surmonté du disque solaire où se dresse l'uræus, le cobra qui a pour fonction de protéger pharaon contre ses ennemis. Horus, à droite, porte la double-couronne Pschent, symbole de la souveraineté et de l'unification de la Haute & de la Basse-Égypte.

Dieux égyptiens hiéracocéphales (à tête de faucon) : Rê & Horus (1902) - Les deux divinités tiennent dans leurs mains l'Ânkh & le sceptre Ouas. Rê, à gauche, est surmonté du disque solaire où se dresse l'uræus, le cobra qui a pour fonction de protéger pharaon contre ses ennemis. Horus, à droite, porte la double-couronne Pschent, symbole de la souveraineté et de l'unification de la Haute & de la Basse-Égypte.

A sistrum (plural: sistrums or Latin sistra[1]) is a musical instrument of the percussion family, chiefly associated with ancient Iraq and E...

Abu Simbel, Small Temple, Nefertari dedicated to the wife of Ramesses II and Goddess Harthor, Nefartari with Sistrum Date

Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Queens. Tomb of Nefertari. Burial chamber. Pillar. Mural paintings. Osiris (Dynasty 19, Ramses II, 1290-1224 BC) Digital reconstruction (QV66 - 333510)

*EGYPT ~ Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, - Luxor - Valley of the Queens. Tomb of Nefertari.

H.D. in Egypt, 1923~ H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) was primarily a poet who was present at the opening of King Tut’s tomb. The hieroglyphs and treasures of a world more ancient than Greece fascinated H.D., who turned repeatedly to Egypt as a symbol for the sacred, in works such as Palimpsest, “Pilate’s Wife,” Trilogy, and Helen in Egypt.

Hilda Doolittle in Egypt, 1923 ~ Poet H. was present at the opening of King Tut’s tomb

Painted wooden Ptah-Sokar-Osiris figure; gilded face and disc; Hieroglyphic text naming Nesuy on plinth; compartment with vaulted lid topped with Sopedu-figure. Third Intermediate (?) 26th Dynasty (?)

gilded face and disc; Hieroglyphic text naming Nesuy on plinth; compartment with vaulted lid topped with Sopedu-figure.

☥ Ntr'tu Ast & Neb't Het performing the resurrection of Ausar, here symbolized by the djed column

☥ Ntr'tu Ast & Neb't Het performing the resurrection of Ausar, here symbolized by the djed column - djed pillar, comet venus

The Great Temple of Rameses II  Abu  Simbel

There are few monuments of ancient Egypt that have been so frequently described as this great temple of Ramses II at Abu Simbel.

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