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Circumpolar stars, decans, and constellations of the southern sky (reconstruction). 
Sety I led by Horus to Osiris and Hathor.
Opening of the Mouth ritual, scene 22: butchering a bull (reconstruction).
Book of Gates, fourth division (P)/fifth hour (H), scene 30: Asiatics, one of the "four races of mankind" (reconstruction).
Book of Gates, fourth division (P)/fifth hour (H), scene 30: Horus and four Egyptians as one of the " four races of mankind" (reconstruction)
Kneeling winged figures of Ma'at protecting the cartouches of Sety I (reconstruction).
Opening of the Mouth ritual: Sety I seated before an offering table.
Astronomical figures; modern reinforcing beams supporting ceiling.
Soul of Pe; Sety I and Horus.
Book of Gates, second division (P)/third hour (H): solar bark.
View of pillared chamber F looking into corridor G (reconstruction).
Book of Gates, fourth division (P)/fifth hour (H), scene 30: Horus with Egyptians and "Asiatics," two of the "four races of mankind" (reconstruction).
Book of Gates, fourth division (P)/fifth hour (H), scene 30: Nubians and Libyans, two of the "four races of mankind" (reconstruction).
Decans, circumpolar stars, and constellations of the southern sky (reconstruction).
Osiris and Sety I (original removed, now Berlin Museum 2058) (reconstruction).
Sety I embraces Osiris as djed-pillar (half of this scene is now missing) (reconstruction).
Wadjet and Nekhbet, the goddesses of Lower and Upper Egypt, as cobras, together with Ma'at (companion image of Ma'at to the right of center was removed by the Franco-Tuscan expedition and is now in Florence; the figures of Wadjet and of Ma'at are now missing as well) (reconstruction).
Book of Gates, fourth division (P)/fifth hour (H), scene 30: Nubians and Libyans, two of the "four races of mankind" (reconstruction).