Dame Rai mummy. Mummified remains of the Egyptian Dame Rai. It is thought that this woman might have been the mother-in-law of Seti I, who was the second pharaoh of the 19th dynasty and reigned Egypt from 1290-1279 BC. Photographed in the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Cairo, Egypt.
エジプト セティ1世葬祭殿 王名表とラムセス2世のレリーフ
Description: The Kings' List in the Temple of Seti I. The list of Pharaohs begins with Menes and ends with Seti. In the foreground Seti I and son Ramses II as youth with a young prince's forelock recites hymns from a papyrus roll. Abydos, Egypt. 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom. Classification: RELIEF ~ EGYPT ~ 2ND-1ST MILL. BCE Personalities: PHARAOH RAMSES II (1290-1224 BCE) ~ SETI I, PHARAOH,19TH DYNASTY,EGYPT (1312-1298 BCE) LOCATION : : Temple, Abydos, Egypt Image size: 4380 x 2880 pixels (37.1 x 24.4 cm @ 300 dpi) 36.1 M
エジプト アドビス セティ1世神殿
Description: Pharaoh offers perfume to a god. From one of the side chapels of the inner Hypostyle Hall, Great Temple of Seti I, Abydos, Egypt. 19th Dynasty (1305-1196 BCE), New Kingdom. Classification: RELIEF ~ EGYPT ~ 2ND-1ST MILL. BCE Personalities: SETI I, PHARAOH,19TH DYNASTY,EGYPT (1312-1298 BCE) Location: Temple, Abydos, Egypt Collection: Lessing