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Haroëris, représenté ici portant la double couronne Pschent, est probablement la plus ancienne forme du dieu Horus. Son nom signifie "Horus l'Ancien", "Horus le Grand", ou "Horus l'Aîné". Dans les textes des pyramides, il est fils de Rê ou de Geb, mais il est en tous cas le frère de Seth. Ils forment à eux deux un binôme divin basé sur la rivalité, Horus incarnant le Bien, et Seth le mal - Bas-reliefs du Temple de Sobek & Haroëris à Kôm Ombo - Égypte.

Haroëris, représenté ici portant la double couronne Pschent, est probablement la plus ancienne forme du dieu Horus. Son nom signifie "Horus l'Ancien", "Horus le Grand", ou "Horus l'Aîné". Dans les textes des pyramides, il est fils de Rê ou de Geb, mais il est en tous cas le frère de Seth. Ils forment à eux deux un binôme divin basé sur la rivalité, Horus incarnant le Bien, et Seth le mal - Bas-reliefs du Temple de Sobek & Haroëris à Kôm Ombo - Égypte.

Falcon headed Ra Horakhti at the Abydos temple of Seti I, wearing the Atef crown of Osiris with Amun Ra's spiraling horns and 4 Ouret cobras around a solar disk. The word 'ram' comes from the Roman's name for Amun Ra, 'Ra-Amun'. Photography by Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk.

Falcon headed Ra Horakhti at the Abydos temple of Seti I, wearing the Atef crown of Osiris with Amun Ra's spiraling horns and 4 Ouret cobras around a solar disk. The word 'ram' comes from the Roman's name for Amun Ra, 'Ra-Amun'. Photography by Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk.

Gold Hieroglyph

Gold Hieroglyph

Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Ramses VI (expanded tomb of Ramses V), Burial chamber, Painted ceiling illustrates Book of the Day and Book of the Night cosmology, Sky goddess Nut depicted as she swallows the sun in the evening and rebears it the morning after, Illustrated Book of the Earth on left wall, Fragmented sarcophagus (Dynasty 20, Ramses VI, 1144-1136 BC) KV9

Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Ramses VI (expanded tomb of Ramses V), Burial chamber, Painted ceiling illustrates Book of the Day and Book of the Night cosmology, Sky goddess Nut depicted as she swallows the sun in the evening and rebears it the morning after, Illustrated Book of the Earth on left wall, Fragmented sarcophagus (Dynasty 20, Ramses VI, 1144-1136 BC) KV9

Scène de couronnement en présence du dieu Haroëris à tête de faucon. Haroëris, représenté ici coiffé du disque solaire où se dresse l'uræus, est probablement la plus ancienne forme du dieu Horus. Son nom signifie "Horus l'Ancien", "Horus le Grand", ou "Horus l'Aîné" - Bas-reliefs du Temple de Sobek & Haroëris à Kôm-Ombo, Égypte.

Scène de couronnement en présence du dieu Haroëris à tête de faucon. Haroëris, représenté ici coiffé du disque solaire où se dresse l'uræus, est probablement la plus ancienne forme du dieu Horus. Son nom signifie "Horus l'Ancien", "Horus le Grand", ou "Horus l'Aîné" - Bas-reliefs du Temple de Sobek & Haroëris à Kôm-Ombo, Égypte.

Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.

Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Egypt.

Sennefer, wife, priest / wall painting.Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Amenhotep II, c. 1410 BC. A priest performs a cleansing ritual before Sennefer and his wife Merit. Wall painting. Thebes-West (Upper Egypt) Shaikh Abd al-Qurna, tomb of Sennefer (TT 96 b), coffin chamber.

Sennefer, wife, priest / wall painting.Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Amenhotep II, c. 1410 BC. A priest performs a cleansing ritual before Sennefer and his wife Merit. Wall painting. Thebes-West (Upper Egypt) Shaikh Abd al-Qurna, tomb of Sennefer (TT 96 b), coffin chamber.

Egyptian Archeology, then Mayan, Incan, Viking, and more...History, Anthropology...Languages...more words...

Egyptian Archeology, then Mayan, Incan, Viking, and more...History, Anthropology...Languages...more words...

Osiris to the temple of Hatshepsut in Egypt |

Osiris to the temple of Hatshepsut in Egypt |

Detail of the relief decoration of the funerary chapel of judge Inti (Abusir South). Inti’s favourite dog, who had a dwarf for his caretaker, was called Idjem. © Archive of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Kamil Voděra.

Detail of the relief decoration of the funerary chapel of judge Inti (Abusir South). Inti’s favourite dog, who had a dwarf for his caretaker, was called Idjem. © Archive of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, Kamil Voděra.

Sakkara, Tomb of Kagemni, Ancient Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

Sakkara, Tomb of Kagemni, Ancient Egypt, 6th Dynasty.

divine mother Isis and her son Horus                                                                                                  Creation date  64-332 B.C                                                                                      Materials  bronze, silver

divine mother Isis and her son Horus Creation date 64-332 B.C Materials bronze, silver

Reposoir de la Barque - Le Temple Egyptien Procession de la barque d’Amon. Hors Série Science et Vie Junior, L’Égypte,

Reposoir de la Barque - Le Temple Egyptien Procession de la barque d’Amon. Hors Série Science et Vie Junior, L’Égypte,

Battle of Horus and Seth.Arguably the most important part of the Chester Beatty Papyrus I is the mythological story of The Contendings of Horus and Seth which deals with the battles between Horus and Seth to see who will be the successor to the throne of Osiris.

Battle of Horus and Seth.Arguably the most important part of the Chester Beatty Papyrus I is the mythological story of The Contendings of Horus and Seth which deals with the battles between Horus and Seth to see who will be the successor to the throne of Osiris.

Egyptian temple at night www.versionvoyages.fr

Egyptian temple at night www.versionvoyages.fr

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (King Tut) 1333-23 B.C., the king is represented as a lion trampling two enemies.

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (King Tut) 1333-23 B.C., the king is represented as a lion trampling two enemies.