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Rising sun in guise of falcon god Ra-Horakhty, from Deir el-Medina. Limestone, height 70 cm. Reign of Ramesses II. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1279-1213 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio), Turin.
Sennedjem and his wife facing a naos containing thirteen divinities, with Osiris and Ra-Horakhty leading each row, from the west wall of Tomb of Sennedjem. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1290 BC. Deir el-Medina, West Thebes.
One of four colossal statues of Ramesses II at Abu Simbel
Bas-relief at the
Cult Chapel of Ra-Horakhty. Temple of Seti I, Abydos
Commemorates the king’s victory
over the Canaanite cities, which had rebelled against Egypt and mentions them by name, including Beit She’an. Relief depicting king Seti I presents the libation and incense to the sun god Ra-Horakhty. Reign of Seti I. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1290-1279 BC. Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem.
Found in the Ramesseum at Thebes. The deceased woman, in a diaphanous white gown, wears a cone of perfumed beeswax and a water lily on her head. She pours a libation over a table of food offerings and raises her hand to greet the seated god Ra-Horakhty. The hieroglyphic signs offer a prayer asking the gods to supply food and drink for the survival of her spirit in the netherworld. Found in the Ramesseum at Thebes. Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, ca. 943-716 BC. Now in the Oriental Institute of Chicago.
Ra-Horakhty, wall painting from the Tomb of Nefertari (QV66), detail. New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1292-1189 BC. Valley of the Queens, West Thebes.