SETI I

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an ancient egyptian relief depicting a man with a bowl in his hand and another person sitting at a table next to him
Templo de Sethi I en Abidos. Abydos , Seti I , Capilla de RaHorakhty . RaHorakhty's chapel. Chapelle de RaHorakhty.
an ancient egyptian relief depicting the god tutane
[Egypt 29952] ’Seti burning incense at Abydos.’
an ancient egyptian relief depicting the god and goddess
Abydos, Temple of Seti I
an egyptian relief depicting the head of pharaoh tutane and his son, osirit
Detail from The Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I, Hathor goddess. Thebes, Valley of the Kings, KV 17.
an ancient egyptian painting with two men and one is sitting on a bench next to another man
Mortuary Temple of Seti I.
The Mortuary Temple of Seti I is the memorial temple of the New Kingdom Pharaoh Seti I. It is located in the Theban Necropolis in Upper Egypt, across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor.
an egyptian painting depicting the god and goddess
Osiris and Isis in the temple of Seti I at Abydos ..
an ancient egyptian painting with gold paint on it's face and hands, holding a vase
[Egypt 29901] ’Seti I in Amun Chapel at Abydos.’
[Egypt 29901] ’Seti I in Amun Chapel at Abydos.’
an ancient egyptian relief depicting the god and goddess
Templo de Sethi I en Abidos , segunda sala hipóstila , pared de las capillas. Abydos , Seti I
an ancient egyptian relief depicting the god and his son, ostrich or horus
[Egypt 29916] ’Seti in Horus Shrine at Abydos.’
[Egypt 29909] ’Horus at Abydos.’
an old black and white photo of ancient ruins in the desert with no people around
Egypt Museum
Temple of Seti IView of the Mortuary Temple of Seti I Qurna...
an ancient drawing with egyptian writing on it
Egypt Museum
Zodiac hieroglyphs from the Tomb of Seti IHistorical artwork...
there is a room with many shelves and paintings on the walls in this building that looks like it has been painted
The tomb of Seti I (KV 17)
the interior of an ancient egyptian temple with columns and paintings
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Chapel facade from hypostyle hall, Seti I temple, Abydos