Temple of Seti I

Interesting
The mortuary temple of Seti I is also dedicated to his father Rameses I, whose reign was so short-lived that he did not have his own resting place. Today, all that remains of the northernmost of the commemorative temples of the New Kingdom is the back part, consisting of a portico, a hypostyle hall giving onto the chapels dedicated to the deified king, to Osiris and to the Theban Triad (Amun-Re, Mut, Khonsu), a solar courtyard and rooms dedicated to Rameses I. Note the fine reliefs on the repository of the Sacred Bark.

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Price:

30 egp

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