An Egyptian handmade papyrus shows the scene of Osiris court. In the first left side of the picture, 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. However, in case the dead person's heart is true. Horus, the falcon-headed god, then presents him to Osiris, the judge and god of the underworld for his judgment. Hathor and Isis flank Osiris who is always shown as a mummy in white bandages with green skin. The top bar just above the judgment scene shows the dead person worshiping and leaving offerings to the sitting gods.