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Statue of god Amun with factions of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun

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Statue of god Amun with factions of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun

Egyptian Art. Statue of god Amun with factions of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun. From the Temple of Amon (Karnak). 18th DynastyI. New Empire. Luxor Museum. Egypt

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Amen Amon Amoun Amun Deity Divinity Dynasty Faction Karnak Luxor Mythological Mythology Tutankhamun


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This statue represents the deity Amun, one of the most revered gods in ancient Egyptian mythology during the New Empire period of the 18th Dynasty. Amun was often depicted as a man with the ram's horns and the solar disk on his head, symbolizing his role as the king of gods and the creator of the universe. The statue is adorned with intricate details, showcasing the exceptional craftsmanship of the Egyptian artisans. The god's beard is meticulously carved, and his crown is adorned with precious stones and gold. The statue's base is decorated with fascias, or horizontal bands, that depict various scenes of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun offering gifts to Amun and other gods. The statue was originally housed in the Temple of Amun at Karnak, one of the largest religious sites in Egypt. The temple complex was dedicated to the worship of the Theban Triad, consisting of Amun, Mut, and Khonsu. The Temple of Amun was a significant center of power and wealth during the New Empire, and the pharaohs were considered to be the physical embodiment of Amun. The statue is now part of the impressive collection at the Luxor Museum in Egypt, which showcases a wide range of ancient Egyptian art and artifacts. The museum is an essential destination for anyone interested in the history, culture, and mythology of ancient Egypt, providing a unique glimpse into the rich and complex world of this ancient civilization.

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