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Goddess Isis Nursing King Seti I and God Ptah

Goddess Isis Nursing King Seti I and God Ptah Art
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Stock #: 390430
Publisher: Eastern Publishing Company
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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King Seti I, XIX th dynasty, 1313-1292 B.C., suckled by the goddess Isis who is wearing the headdress of the divine mothers. She is giving him thereby life, stability, prosperity, health and with them all the temples of the north, to be like Ra himself. Ptah, the god of the masons who constructed the world, founder of his own profession and patron of artists. He is seen in his shrine, in the form of a mummy, holding the sceptre which bears the symbols of stability, and life and the seal of eternity. No. 321 'Gods and Kings' Series

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