Ptolemaic Temple of Hathor, Deir el-Medina, Theban Necropolis, Luxor, Egypt - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:185124610
Upload date:October 15, 2013

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'Painted sunk relief from the Ptolemaic Temple of Hathor at Deir el-Medina, part of the Theban Necropolis, Luxor, Egypt. The main scene in the centre of the panel depicts two gods and the pharaoh. On the left is Hathor, goddess of love music and dance who wears the double ostrich feather Shuti crown combined with the solar disk and cow horns. The pharaoh, one of the Ptolemies, wears the Hemhem crown, an elaborate form of the Atef crown and sometimes known as the triple Atef crown. On the right, facing the pharaoh, is Amun (also Amun-Re and Amun-Ra) who wears the tall feather crown, known as the Amun crown. Amun is shown with an erect penis, a form sometimes referred to as an ithyphallic state.'
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