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https://flic.kr/p/NM7VTh | Stele depicting the deceased with an offering table laden with food Abydos, Egypt Middle Kingdom 12th Dynasty 1970-1950 BCE Limestone | Photographed at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri.

Stele depicting the deceased with an offering table laden with food Abydos, Egypt Middle Kingdom Dynasty BCE Limestone

Stela of Senu Adoring Osiris  Period:      New Kingdom  Dynasty:      Dynasty 18  Reign:      reign of Amenhotep III  Date:      ca. 1390–1352 B.C.  Geography:      Egypt, Middle Egypt, Tuna el-Gebel possibly  Medium:      Limestone

Stela of Senu Adoring Osiris Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Amenhotep III Date: ca. Geography: Egypt, Middle Egypt, Tuna el-Gebel possibly Medium: Limestone

A Funerary Stele of ChaJ-amun  			  			  			H. 47 cm. Limestone.Egypt, Late New Kingdom, Ramesside, 20th Dynasty, 12th cent. B.C.

An ancient Egyptian limestone funerary stele of ChaJ-amun; the first two deities depicted are Anubis, the god of embalming who takes the form of a jackal; Osiris, god of the underworld, with symbolic flail and scepter.

AN EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE ROUND-TOPPED STELA, PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 305-30 B.C. carved in sunk relief with the figure of the deceased, named Hor, Servant of the god Neferhotep, his hands raised in prayer before Osiris, the Theban Triad, and Anubis, a winged scarab with uraei and figures of Anubis above, a solar barque flanked by figures of Maat and five lines of inscription below.

An Egyptian Limestone Round-Topped Stela, Ptolemaic Period, B.

A stela of Ptolemy V showing an offering scene to a sacred bull

A stela of Ptolemy V showing an offering scene to a sacred bull. This one is not from Saqqara, but rather shows the Buchis bull which was sacred to Montu

Ukhotep II and his family relief Middle Kingdom •Cairo Egyptian Museum•

Ukhotep II and his family relief Middle Kingdom

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