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Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC

Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC


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Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC

Nefertari and Isis, Ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb, 13th century BC. Nefertari (1292-1225 BC) was the favourite queen of Ramses II. Her tomb was probably the most impressive in the Valley of the Queens at Thebes. The goddess Isis was the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus and was worshipped as the archetypal wife and mother. From the Museum of Oxford

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This print showcases the exquisite beauty of an ancient Egyptian wall painting from a Theban tomb dating back to the 13th century BC. Depicted in this artwork are two significant figures: Nefertari, the beloved queen of Ramses II, and Isis, the revered goddess who symbolized motherhood and marriage. Nefertari's tomb, located in the Valley of the Queens at Thebes, was renowned for its grandeur and splendor. This painting serves as a testament to her esteemed position within Egyptian royalty. Standing gracefully beside her is Isis, adorned with a magnificent headdress that signifies her divine status as wife to Osiris and mother to Horus. The vibrant colors used in this piece bring life to their flowing dresses while intricate hieroglyphics adorn the background. These symbols hold religious significance and provide insight into ancient Egyptian culture and beliefs. As we gaze upon this remarkable image, we are transported back in time to witness not only artistic mastery but also gain a glimpse into the spiritual devotion of these people towards their gods. It reminds us of Egypt's rich history filled with powerful monarchs, sacred rituals, and profound reverence for deities. Preserved through centuries by dedicated preservationists at Oxford's Museum collection, this print allows us to appreciate the artistry behind ancient Egypt's royal tombs while honoring Nefertari's legacy as one of history's most celebrated queens.

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