Papyrus Portrait for the scene of Osiris court,  judgment scene

Papyrus Portrait for the scene of Osiris court, judgment scene

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Egyptian Papyrus Portrait of Tutankhamen’s golden mask, the great pyramids and the sun rays, symbolizing of Ancient Egypt History

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Papyrus Portrait for the scene of Osiris court, judgment scene

 

  • Egyptian Handmade papyrus shows the scene of Osiris court, the gate to reach the eternal hereafter.
  • The scene of the court depicting God Osiris, Goddess Isis, God Houres, God Ibes, God Anubis, the  A'mamet creature for punishment and the dead person.
  • The scene is surmounted by a row of seated gods observing the court.
  • Available Dimension:
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  An Egyptian Handmade papyrus shows the scene of Osiris court.  In the upper side of the picture, the gods are witnessing the ongoing court. In the right side of the picture, there is the royal shrine where is Osiris, the god of the dead, supported by Isis and Maat. In front of the Throne, there is louts flower with the four Horus sons. In the court floor, there is Horus with the priest for prayers and Ibis who was responsible for recording the court events.
In the heart of the court, there is Anubis preparing the heart scale where Maat has settled above as a symbol for justice. On the scale, the heart of the dead person is compared to a feather to prove if he is sinful or not. On the left side of the picture, there is Anubis holding the dead person taking him to judgment.

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Paper Size100 x 70 Cm
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