Fragment depicting Ramesses II at the Feast of the Valley
Egyptian Nineteenth Dynasty limestone relief fragment, located in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, depicting Ramesses II at the Feast of the Valley. This relief shows King Ramesses II with his Vizier Paser before barque of Amun. This scene is from The Beautiful Feast of the Valley, which was celebrated every year during the second month of the Harvest Season (summer). During this Feast the sacred barque of Amun-Ra carried the god statue, leaving the temple at Karnak to visit the funerary temples of dead Kings on the West Bank. Here Ramesses II offers incense to the divine image of Amun-Ra and below is Amenemopet kneeling before bark of Amun with its rams head.
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