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King Tut's tomb - Horus, son of the Goddess Isis. Called the Savior God of Egypt, for restoring his father to life. Often depicted as a falcon. The Eye of Horus watches over mankind.

The Temple of Amenhotep IV is the prime temple and is known as Gempateen, translating to “The Sun Disc is Found in the Estate of God Aten”. http://www.guiddoo.com/

"Luxor, Egypt: The Temple of Amenhotep IV. It is the prime temple here (also known as Gempateen). The ancient meaning of this name translates as: “The Sun Disc is Found in the Estate of God Aten”.


I have pretty much been in love with anything Ancient Egyptian my whole life! mInnermost funerary coffin of King Tut Ankh Amon, Museum of Egyptian Antiquities ~ Tahrir Square, al-Qāhira (Cairo), Egypt.

Regarded as the Lord of Lower (Northern) Egypt, Seth was represented by a big-eared imaginary animal with red hair resembling a donkey or maybe an aardvark. He was associated with the desert and storms. The Greeks associated Seth with their god, Typhon.

Deuses egípcios: Ísis, Osíris, Bastet, Sobek, Seth, Apófis, Hórus

Galerí­a de Museos y Palacios Extranjeros :: Museo Egipcio De El Cairo

Gold burial mask of King Psusennes I, Intermediate Period Pharaoh ruling from Tanis,c 1047 - 1001 BCE. His tomb, one of the only undisturbed royal burials in Egypt, was discovered in 1940 by.