Amentet, Re-Horakhty, Horus and Nefertari - 40cm x 30cm

£4.95

Egyptian Art Papyrus Painting

This beautifully detailed array of gods and goddesses shows us Amentet and Re-Horakhty in the centre with Horus and Nefertari to the right.

Amentet is the goddess with the bird on her crown, which stands for the West and so makes her the goddess of the West. Re-Horakhty is known for his huge sun disk crown. He is wearing the bulls tail of strength and holding the 'was' scepter of power. On their thrones is a picture of the Sema-tawy (2 lungs and trachea) with a lotus (Upper Egypt) and papyrus (Lower Egypt) tied around it. This means ˜Union of the 2 lands", which can be seen on the thrones of most Kings. To the right of them is Horus, wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt, as he is the protector of the reigning King.

Approximate Size : 40cm x 30cm (16 inches x 12 inches)

All of our papyrus paintings are hand painted in Egypt on to genuine Egyptian papyrus and are of the highest quality.
Supplied without frame.

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  • Model: P40-LC5
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