A rare judgment scene at the court of Osiris, royal Egyptian Papyrus, Bright color, fully handmade, 100x50 cm, a special Hieroglyphic alphabet Decoration.
• A master quality royal Papyrus, Handmade by Egyptian hands.
• Cultivated in Shallow freshwater along the Nile River following the same ancient Egyptian process of producing the writing sheets from the thick reeds (Papyrus plant).
• The detailed artistic scene made by talented Egyptian artists, refers to the historical judgmental scene at Osiris’ court. They use Gouache paint a heavy, velvety texture that absorbs light rather than reflecting it, creating a very smooth appearance. This makes it ideal for opaque coverage.
• The scene describes the process of the judgmental scene of a dead person in Osiris’ court. The dead person firstly makes offerings, asking for forgiveness from the Gods at the top of the scene. Then from the left side of the scene, Horus is guiding the dead person to the court to weighing the dead person’s heart on a scale against the feather of truth. If his heart is not pure so the creature will devourer his body. However, if his heart is pure, he presents on Osiris.
• Osiris is known as The Lord of Love, King of the Living, and Eternal Lord.
The scene is from Osiris’ court, the court of the dead. Starting from the bar just above the judgment scene, it shows the dead person worshiping and leaving offerings to the sitting gods and asking for forgiveness and blessing before the judgment. However, on the left side of the scene, Anubis, the jackal-headed god, leads the dead person, dressed in a long white robe, to his judgment.
The second part then shows Anubis weighing dead person’s heart on a scale against the feather of truth, while Thoth the god of scribes records the results. Just to the right of Anubis, there is a demon creature part crocodile; leopard and hippo ready to devourer his heart if it is not pure.
On the other hand, in case the dead person's heart is true. Horus, the falcon-headed god presents him to Osiris for his judgment. Osiris is followed by Hathor and Isis flank Osiris who is always shown as a mummy in white bandages with green skin.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|