Painting of Seti I with Osiris and Horus from the Tomb of the King Seti I
Detail of painting from the Tomb of Seti I, KV 17 in the Valley of the Kings at Thebes. In this scene, King Seti I is standing in front of Osiris, the god of the Underworld and the King of the Dead. Osiris is depicted here with green skin because of his connection to fertility and renewal of life. Behind the King stands the god Horus, who was considered the main protector of the Kings of ancient Egypt.
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