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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - The king incenses the various deities
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Saqqara, Cairo, Egypt: pyramid of king Unas (2380-2350 b.Chr.) The royal cartouche and the nesu bity hieroglyph
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, ( XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C) – The entrance to second courtyard
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - the king bless the god Horus
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.)
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - The goddess Hathor and Mut welcomes the king as Osiris
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - View of a carved column
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.)
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Luxor, Egypt, temple of the pharaoh Amenhotep III in Malkata: remains of the foundations
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - Sacred insigna
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C: colorful columns in second courtyard
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Deir el Bahari, Luxor, Egypt: temple of the queen Hatshepsut (New Kingdom 1567-1080 b.C.) at Deir el Bahari called Djeser-Djeseru
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C., : a colonnade in the first courtyard
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C., : a column in the first courtyard
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - The god Horus give life and the power to king
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C: colorful hieroglyps on wall
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) . The gods Mut and Osiris
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, ( XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C) – a double statue of two gods in the hypostyle hall
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - The king incenses the god Ptah
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - the king makes offerings to the god Horus
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