King Tutankhamun's throne chair. A seat cushion was used for comfort, draping down the back of the wooden gilded chair, made of a colorful woven fabric stuffed with duck feathers. Between the chair's side legs, a sculpture representing the Sama Taui, the Joining of the 2 lands of Upper and Lower Egypt, with emblematic floral stems of the 2 regions, Lower Egypt's blue water lily, and Upper Egypt's blue iris, tied and bound together in a central knot enclosing a spine and sacrum-shaped…
What is known about Ankhesenamun is that she was born the third daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. She's pointing at a plump bird while her husband, Tutankhaten, aims an arrow. It's done in beaten gold.
'Goddess supporting the sky at Dendera.' A goddess is supporting the sky with raised arms on the astronomical ceiling in the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera. A winged sun disk hovers above it. Via Patty Flagler
Quite the "heavy-hitter" line-up! From left to right, Ptah, standing on the Plinth of Ma'at and presenting his 'was' towards Heru (center) who is touching his 'was' to the 'was' of the king and receiving the blessing from the heavenly host!