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Painted pillar in the tomb of the King Seti I

Painted pillar in 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. This pillar comes from the pillared chamber in the tomb of Seti I. The King is depicted standing wearing the nemes headdress and the cobra ureus on his forehead. He is dressed in a short kilt and holds the life sign Ankh. In front of the King stands the goddess Imentet, Mistress of the West, wearing a long dress and holding the King.
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Stock Photo ID:
42-23712881
Date Photographed:
February 17, 2009
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© Sandro Vannini/Corbis
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Eureka
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118 MB - 10200px × 4064px • 34.00in. × 13.00in @ 300 ppi
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