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Ancient Egyptian Painting of god Osiris (595-525 BC)

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Seller: ak8093549 (103) 95.6%, Location: Giza, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 232485117695 Ancient Egyptian painting of the god Osiris (595-525 BC)About OsirisOsiris (/ oʊʊʊ a aᵻᵻᵻ,,, from the Egyptian wsjr or Coptic jsjrt) was the Egyptian god, usually identified as the god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead, but the most appropriate because God is transitional, resurrection, and renewal. He was classically portrayed as a green-skinned man with a pharaoh beard, a mummy partially wrapped in legs, wearing a distinctive crown with two large ostrich feathers on either side, holding a symbolic crook and failure. Osiris was sometimes considered the eldest son of God's pocket land, although other sources say his father is the Sun god Ra, the God Heaven walnut, as well as being the brother and husband Isis, with Horus considered his son after his death. He was also associated with the daughters of Khanti-Amanteo, meaning "above all Westerners", a reference to his property in the land of the dead. As the Ruler of the Dead, Osiris is also sometimes called the "King of Living": Ancient Egyptians considered the blessed dead "those living".Osiris was the brother of Isis, Sete, Nephthys, Horace the Great, and the younger father of Horus. Osiris attests for the first time in the middle of the fifth Dynasty in Egypt, although it is likely that he was worshiped much earlier; the history of Khanti-Amantio dates back to the first strain at least, also as the pharaonic title. Most of the available information on Osiris' legends is derived from the hints contained in the texts of the pyramids at the end of the Fifth Dynasty, later state-modern source documents such as Chabaka Stone and the competing Horus and Sethop much later, in the narrative style of the writings of the Greek authors including Plutarch and Diodorus Siculus.Osiris was considered not only as a merciful judge of the dead in the afterlife; it is also the body of the underworld which granted all life, including the germination of plants and the fertile floods of the Nile. He was described as the "Lord of Love", [10] "Who is always benign and young" and "Lord of silence". The kings of Egypt were associated with Osiris in death - as Osiris rose from the dead they, in union with him, inherit eternal life through the process of imitation magic. By the New Kingdom it was thought that all people, not only the pharaohs, were associated with Osiris at death, if the costs of the absorption rites were incurred.Through the hope of a new life after death, Osiris began to be associated with courses observed in nature, in particular vegetation and the annual flood of the Nile, through his connections with the astral Sunrise of Orion and Sirius at the beginning of the New Year. [11] Osiris was widely worshiped as the bereavement of the dead until the suppression of the Egyptian religion during the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire.DimensionsHeight: 20 cm Width: 19 cm Made of limestone stone PayAccept Paypal onlyShippingWorldwide shipping except Australia and Israel.The shipping fee will be EXCEPT Asia will be yesterday.The combination is acceptable Buyer will pay 100% for the first item + 50% for any other one. Material: Limestone, Provenance: Luxor

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