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Tutanchamun by vaderandy on Flickr.

Tutanchamun by vaderandy on Flickr.

Osiris by j. kunst on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, October 2012
AB 161. Late Period, 26th (Saite) Dynasty (7th- 6th Century BCE). From Upper Egypt. Bronze, gilded. H 105 cm.

Osiris by j. kunst on Flickr.

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Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, October 2012

AB 161. Late Period, 26th (Saite) Dynasty (7th- 6th Century BCE). From Upper Egypt. Bronze, gilded. H 105 cm.

Tutanchamun Ausstellung Köln by vaderandy on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Kanopen des Tutanchamun

Tutanchamun Ausstellung Köln by vaderandy on Flickr.

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Kanopen des Tutanchamun

Horus by guillenperez on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Horus Statue in its falcon shape, in one of the temples dedicated to him, the one in Edfu.

Horus by guillenperez on Flickr.

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Horus Statue in its falcon shape, in one of the temples dedicated to him, the one in Edfu.

DSC_0257 by lmocal on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Hypostyle hall, Dendera temple

DSC_0257 by lmocal on Flickr.

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Hypostyle hall, Dendera temple

King Amasis II Offering Maat to Sopdu by j. kunst on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Paris, Musée du Louvre, August 2012
Back panel of a naos of Amasis II, showing the king kneeling before the god Sopdu and presenting an image of the goddess Maat.
E 605. Third Intermediate Period, 26th (Saite) Dynasty (6th Century BCE). Provenance unknown. Wood, gilded and inlaid with pâte de verre. 31.5 x 27.5 cm

King Amasis II Offering Maat to Sopdu by j. kunst on Flickr.

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Paris, Musée du Louvre, August 2012

Back panel of a naos of Amasis II, showing the king kneeling before the god Sopdu and presenting an image of the goddess Maat.

E 605. Third Intermediate Period, 26th (Saite) Dynasty (6th Century BCE). Provenance unknown. Wood, gilded and inlaid with pâte de verre. 31.5 x 27.5 cm

Osiris-Iah by j. kunst on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Paris, Musée du Louvre, August 2012
A statuette of the lunar god Osiris-Iah (“Osiris the Moon”). Originally an independent deity, Iah was later almost completely absorbed by the lunar god Khonsu. From the Late Period several statuettes of the compositie deity Osiris-Iah have come down to us.
E 3759. Late Period (664-332 BCE). Bronze. Provenance unknown.

Osiris-Iah by j. kunst on Flickr.

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Paris, Musée du Louvre, August 2012

A statuette of the lunar god Osiris-Iah (“Osiris the Moon”). Originally an independent deity, Iah was later almost completely absorbed by the lunar god Khonsu. From the Late Period several statuettes of the compositie deity Osiris-Iah have come down to us.

E 3759. Late Period (664-332 BCE). Bronze. Provenance unknown.

Cape Sounion at sunset! (Athens Greece temple god ancient) by g_athens [swaping] on Flickr.
P6230048 by lmocal on Flickr.

P6230048 by lmocal on Flickr.

P6230117 by lmocal on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Kiosk on the roof at Dendera temple

P6230117 by lmocal on Flickr.

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Kiosk on the roof at Dendera temple