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The god Osiris lying on his death and resurection bed. Discovered by Amélineau in the late 19th century in the tomb of First Dynasty Pharaoh Djer in the royal cemetery at Abydos known as Umm el-Qa’ab. This tomb while originally dated to the First Dynasty, later becomes attributed as the tomb of Osiris. It has been suggested that the sculpture was added to the tomb in the late Middle Kingdom / Second Intermediate Period.
The artifact is of black basalt and represents the god Osiris mummified and wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt, lying upon a lion headed bed. At the head and feet Osiris is protected by four falcons representing his son Horus and perched bove him is the goddess Isis depicted as a Kite.
Photographed when the artifact was in the exhibit “Egypt’s Sunken Cities” at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, November 10, 2018.
Created using 125, 18 MP photographs (Canon EOS Rebel T5i) and Agisoft’s Photoscan 1.4.3.