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A project of the American Research Center in Egypt
Book of Gates, third division (P)/fourth hour (H), middle register: Osiris in shrine attended by ram-headed Anubis and uraeus (KV16)
Rameses I escorted by Horus, Atum and Neith [before Osiris].
Osiris and Iwnmutef priest approached by Horus leading Rameses I.
Kheker frieze; Book of Gates, second division (P)/third hour (H), middle register, scene 11: Bark of the Earth.
Book of Gates, second division (P)/third hour (H), middle register: Bark of Ra.
Book of Gates, third division (P)/fourth hour (H), middle and lower registers, scenes 19 and 20.
Book of Gates, third division (P)/fourth hour (H), middle and lower registers, scenes 19 and 20.
Rameses IV's names and titles alternating with winged figures representing goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt and forms of sun god.
KV 02: Rameses IV, Burial chamber J, right wall (left part). Book of Gates, third division (P)/fourth hour (H), middle and lower registers, scenes 20-22.
Nut; Book of the Night, third and fourth hours.
Nut; Book of the Night, second and third hours.
Book of Nut (detail, left part), centrally placed figure of Shu with upraised arms supports Nut
KV 02: Rameses IV, Gate K, outer lintel. King's names flanked by figures of falcons with outspread wings standing on the sign for gold and presenting the symbol for the heb seb or jubilee festival (detail)
Star pattern; kheker frieze; Imydwat, tenth hour; modern glass panels installed to protect painted surface.
Kheker freize (detail)
Star pattern; kheker frieze; Imydwat, twelfth hour: grid with stars and incense burners.
Star pattern; kheker frieze; Imydwat, eleventh hour; protective glass paneling.
Susan Weeks checking her watercolor reconstruction of wall relief against original.
Deities adoring divine corpse.