Alain Guilleux - Egypte

 
Le temple dit d'Opet est en fait, dans sa version ptolémaïque actuelle, dédié à Osiris, Isis et Khonsou.
 
Osiris momiforme.Osiris momiforme.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. Osiris god wears a mummy tunique, a crown with 2 feathers, 2 uraeus and the sun disk. He holds the Heka and Nekhakha scepters.

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Isis et Nephthys veillent Osiris (de Thèbes ?), survolé par l'oiseau ba ithyphallique d'Amon (?). A droite, Ptah et Thot sont précédés par 4 divinités de l'ogdoade : Amon, Amaunet, Noun et Naunet.
Isis et Nephthys veillent Osiris (de Thèbes ?), survolé par l'oiseau ba ithyphallique d'Amon (?). A droite, Ptah et Thot sont précédés par 4 divinités de l'ogdoade : Amon, Amaunet, Noun et Naunet.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. Osiris on bier mourned by Isis the great, the mother of the god and Nephthys, with ba bird above. to the right, Ptah, Thot and 4 members of the ogdoad.

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Statue d'Horus tuant Seth à tête d'âne.Statue d'Horus tuant Seth à tête d'âne.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. Rare depiction of the hawk-headed god Horus smiting the god Seth, represented as a donkey.

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Le couple royal offre Maât à Amon et Mout.Le couple royal offre Maât à Amon et Mout.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. King followed by queen offers Maat to god Amun seated on a throne and goddess Mut.

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Le roi offre un pectoral à Amon et Maât.Le roi offre un pectoral à Amon et Maât.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The king, wearing a hemhem crown and a starched loincloth, offers a pectoral to god Amun seated on a throne and goddess Maat.

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Shou, Tefnout et Horus l'ancien.
Shou, Tefnout et Horus l'ancien.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. The god Shu, the goddess Tefnut with the head of a lioness, and their son Horus the Elder (Haroeris). Shu and Tefnut are the children of the creator Atoum-Ra and the first couple created.

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Offrande de nourriture à Geb, Osiris-Ounnefer et Nout.
Offrande de nourriture à Geb, Osiris-Ounnefer et Nout.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The king, wearing a double feather crown and a starched loincloth, offers food to gods Geb, Osiris-Ounnefer and goddess Nut, all seated on thrones.

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Le roi encense Amon et Khonsou.Le roi encense Amon et Khonsou.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The king, wearing a starched loincloth, censes god Amun seated on a throne and god Khonsu, wearing a winged tunique, a moon disk and holding scepters. The composite crown of the king is made of an Amun crown and of a so-called red crown (Desheret), which here is white.

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Horus est debout dans un fourré de papyrus, au dessus d'un sema-taouy. Il est entouré d'Isis en lionne et d'Isis (et non pas Opet) en hippopotame.Horus est debout dans un fourré de papyrus, au dessus d'un sema-taouy. Il est entouré d'Isis en lionne et d'Isis (et non pas Opet) en hippopotame.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. Horus as a hawk stands on a Sema-Tawy (union of the 2 lands), in a papyrus thicket. On either side stand Isis as an hippopotamus and Isis as a lioness. Both hold knives and a Sa (protection) sign. The 2 vultures flying above are the ladies of the 2 lands, Nekhbet and Wadjet.

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Prière pour Geb.Prière pour Geb.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The king, wearing the double crown, a collar, bracelets and a long tunique, prays god Geb seated on a throne and wearing a Shuti crown on a Desheret crown (here white).

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Des linges pour Isis la grande, la mère du dieu.Des linges pour Isis la grande, la mère du dieu.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. Under a sky full of stars, the king offers clothes to Isis the Great, the Mother of the God. She seats on a throne, wears an Hathor crown over a vulture headdress.

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Le roi joue du sistre et la reine présente des fleurs devant  Hathor (2 fois), Tjenenet et Isis-Scorpion.
Le roi joue du sistre et la reine présente des fleurs devant Hathor (2 fois), Tjenenet et Isis-Scorpion.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. The king plays sistrums and the queen presents flower before Hathor (2 times), Tjenenet and Isis-Scorpio.

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Des vases à vin Nou pour Amon-Rê et Khonsou. Le roi est précédé par Harpocrate sur un sema-taouy.
Des vases à vin Nou pour Amon-Rê et Khonsou. Le roi est précédé par Harpocrate sur un sema-taouy.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The king, wearing the double crown, a collar, bracelets and a loincloth, offers Nou vase (wine) to god Amun-Ra seated on a throne and god Khonsu. The king is preceded by a young god Harpocrates (a form of Horus-child) standing on a sema-tawy sign (union of the two lands).

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Idem, pour Amon-Rê et Mout.
Idem, pour Amon-Rê et Mout.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. The king, wearing the double crown, a collar, bracelets and a loincloth, offers Nou vase (wine) to god Amun-Ra seated on a throne and goddess Mut the Great. The king is preceded by a young god Harpocrates (a form of Horus-child) standing on a sema-tawy sign (union of the two lands) and receiving an Ankh sign from Amun.

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Harpocrate, une forme d'Horus enfant.Harpocrate, une forme d'Horus enfant.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. Detail of the young god Harpocrates (a form of Horus-child), holding scepters and wearing an Amun-crown.

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Khonsou.Khonsou.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, ptolemaic temple of Opet. The god Khonsu has the sidelock of youth, a lunar disk, a Menat collar and the Nekhakha, Heka, Djed, Was and Ankh scepters.

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Des vases pour Amonet et Isis.Des vases pour Amonet et Isis.
UNESCO World Heritage, Thebes in Egypt, Karnak site, temple of Opet. The king, wearing a white crown, bracelets and a collar, offers small vases to Amonet and Isis the Great, both seated on thrones. The crown of Amonet is the red one (Desheret), while the one of Isis is composed of a vulture headdress, a modius with snakes and a solar disk on cow horns.

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