ahis_notes_ancientegyptobjects

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Detail of Osiris, form last judgment of Hu-Nefer, form his tomb at Thebes, Egypt.  Dynasty XIX, ca 1290 – 1280 BCe. Painted papyrus. Ushabtis were painted in around 2000 BC – coated in quartz and phaonx. They  were buried with higher authorities so that they can be helpers in the afterlife.  They are usually mummies with a seed pack in the back so that they can sow the  fields in the after world. Many have personalized text on them. Isis - A small scale offering for domestic. Story: Isis takes Osiris’ body back  together. A lock is a sign of royalty. Seth kills Osiris before Horus was born. Isis  has horns. Re/Ra/Amen/Aten (sun)   Geb (earth) + Nut (sky) Osiris + Isis   Horus Nephthys Seth Cylinder Seals – designed to seal documents. Made of agat, a type of stone.  When it’s rolled over wet clay or wax, images and signs are shown. They are 
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