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Horus Collection

"Horus: The Divine Protector and Symbol of Ancient Egyptian Power" Step back in time with this captivating illustration of the ancient Egyptian god Horus

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Roman costume

Ancient Roman costume from the time of the late Roman Republic -- warriors, legionnaires (infantry soldiers), a cavalryman, a centurion, an emperor in purple (red), an ensign bearer

Background imageHorus Collection: Illustration of ancient Egyptian god Horus holding key of life (ankh)

Illustration of ancient Egyptian god Horus holding key of life (ankh)

Background imageHorus Collection: Book of the Dead / 34

Book of the Dead / 34
Scene of the sepulchral chamber : the mummy guarded by Anubis, Isis kneels at the foot and Nephthys at the head - four children of Horus at each corner

Background imageHorus Collection: Pectoral of the sacred eye flanked by the serpent goddess of the North

Pectoral of the sacred eye flanked by the serpent goddess of the North and the vulture goddess of the South, made from gold cloisonne with glass-paste, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun

Background imageHorus Collection: Eye of Horus. False door of Senenmut. Egypt

Eye of Horus. False door of Senenmut. Egypt
False door of Senenmut, architect and official government. Detail of the Eye of Horus. Sandstone. New Kingdom. 18th Dynasty. 1480-1460 BC. West Thebes. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageHorus Collection: Egyptian gods

Egyptian gods
Illustration of a Egyptian gods

Background imageHorus Collection: Isis with Cows Head

Isis with Cows Head
Isis, depicted with a cows head, suckles her son Horus - one of the many ways in which she is show, this emphasises her role as Mother Goddess

Background imageHorus Collection: Osiris & Isis

Osiris & Isis
Osiris, Isis, and the children of Horus

Background imageHorus Collection: Book of the Dead / Plate 4

Book of the Dead / Plate 4
PAPYRUS OF ANI The dead Ani, judged innocent, is presented by Horus to Osiris. He kneels with whitened hair

Background imageHorus Collection: Statue of Harpocrates, Greek god of silence

Statue of Harpocrates, Greek god of silence
Statue of Arpocrate or Harpocrates, Greek god of silence. He holds a horn and wears a lotus flower on his head. Found in Hadrians Villa at Tivoli

Background imageHorus Collection: Horus-Seth (2)

Horus-Seth (2)
In some of his many forms, the falcon-god Horus takes on the attributes of other deities : here he is as HORUS-SETH, adding Seths formidable powers to his own

Background imageHorus Collection: The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)

The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho)
3621124 The Judgment Scene - Anis heart being weighed in the balance (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHorus Collection: Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld

Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld
XIR226164 Scene from the Book of Amduat showing the journey to the Underworld, New Kingdom (wall painting) by Egyptian 18th Dynasty (c.1567-1320 BC); Tomb of Tuthmosis III, Valley of the Kings

Background imageHorus Collection: Relief of the God Horus, Tomb of Ramses III, KV11, Valley of the Kings

Relief of the God Horus, Tomb of Ramses III, KV11, Valley of the Kings, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luxor, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageHorus Collection: Statue of the falcon, sacred bird of Horus, at the entrance of the Temple of Edfu

Statue of the falcon, sacred bird of Horus, at the entrance of the Temple of Edfu, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageHorus Collection: Statue of Arpocrate or Harpocrates, Greek god of silence. He holds a horn

Statue of Arpocrate or Harpocrates, Greek god of silence. He holds a horn and wears a lotus flower on his head
FLO4997338 Statue of Arpocrate or Harpocrates, Greek god of silence. He holds a horn and wears a lotus flower on his head. Found in Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Background imageHorus Collection: Isis with Horus

Isis with Horus
3479426 Isis with Horus; (add.info.: Isis with Horus. Isis a goddess from the polytheistic pantheon of Egypt. She was first worshiped in ancient Egyptian religion)

Background imageHorus Collection: The eye of Horus

The eye of Horus
Saskia Dingemans

Background imageHorus Collection: Papyrus Depicting Horus and Queen Nefertiti

Papyrus Depicting Horus and Queen Nefertiti
Egyptian papyrus depicting Horus and Queen Nefertiti

Background imageHorus Collection: Stela with Worshipper before Horus, inscribed, Ptolemaic Period (330-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Stela with Worshipper before Horus, inscribed, Ptolemaic Period (330-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Stela with Worshipper before Horus, inscribed, Ptolemaic Period (330-30 BCE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Horus the Child, Probably Late Period (724-333 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Horus the Child, Probably Late Period (724-333 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Horus the Child, Probably Late Period (724-333 BCE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Statue of Horus, Seated (image 1 of 2), Probably Greco-Roman Period (332 BCE-337 CE)

Statue of Horus, Seated (image 1 of 2), Probably Greco-Roman Period (332 BCE-337 CE). Creator: Unknown
Statue of Horus, Seated (image 1 of 2), Probably Greco-Roman Period (332 BCE-337 CE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Figure of Horus as a Falcon, 711 B.C.. Creator: Unknown

Figure of Horus as a Falcon, 711 B.C.. Creator: Unknown
Figure of Horus as a Falcon, 711 B.C

Background imageHorus Collection: Figure of Horus as a Falcon, Late Period (711-332 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Figure of Horus as a Falcon, Late Period (711-332 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Figure of Horus as a Falcon, Late Period (711-332 BCE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Horus Falcon Figurine, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown

Horus Falcon Figurine, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Horus Falcon Figurine, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Figurine of Horus, Lord of the Two Lands, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE)

Figurine of Horus, Lord of the Two Lands, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE). Creator: Unknown
Figurine of Horus, Lord of the Two Lands, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (664-30 BCE)

Background imageHorus Collection: Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty. Creator: Unknown

Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty. Creator: Unknown
Isis Suckling Horus, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period circa 24th Dynasty

Background imageHorus Collection: Double Figurine of Hawk and Lion Deities, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE) or later

Double Figurine of Hawk and Lion Deities, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE) or later. Creator: Unknown
Double Figurine of Hawk and Lion Deities, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE) or later

Background imageHorus Collection: Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period

Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period... Creator: Unknown
Isis Wearing a Barque Headress Suckling Her Son Horus, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BCE) or later

Background imageHorus Collection: Hellenizing Figure of Horus the Child, Greco-Roman Period (300 BCE-200 CE) or later

Hellenizing Figure of Horus the Child, Greco-Roman Period (300 BCE-200 CE) or later. Creator: Unknown
Hellenizing Figure of Horus the Child, Greco-Roman Period (300 BCE-200 CE) or later

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses (engraving)

Ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses (engraving)
3646972 Ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses (engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses)

Background imageHorus Collection: The Weighing of the Heart against Maats Feather of Truth

The Weighing of the Heart against Maats Feather of Truth
BAL22811 The Weighing of the Heart against Maats Feather of Truth, from the Book of the Dead of the Royal Scribe Hunefer, New Kingdom

Background imageHorus Collection: Reliefs, Chapel of Anubis, Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple (Deir el-Bahri)

Reliefs, Chapel of Anubis, Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple (Deir el-Bahri), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luxor, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageHorus Collection: Seti I (c. 1323-1279 BC), mural, Egyptian Museum, Berlin, published 1881

Seti I (c. 1323-1279 BC), mural, Egyptian Museum, Berlin, published 1881
Seti I (c. 1323 BC - 1279 BC) sacrifices milk to Osiris, Isis and her son Horus. Woodcut engraving after egyptian mural in the Egyptian Museum, Berlin, published in 1881

Background imageHorus Collection: Egypt, Edfu, Temple and Statue of Orus (the Hawk God, Protector of Osiris)

Egypt, Edfu, Temple and Statue of Orus (the Hawk God, Protector of Osiris)

Background imageHorus Collection: Fragment of an Egyptian relief depicting the gods Horus, Isis

Fragment of an Egyptian relief depicting the gods Horus, Isis and Osiris sitting on thrones; the deities are holding a sceptre in their right hand and the Ankh, symbol of life

Background imageHorus Collection: ACA-F-043834-0000

ACA-F-043834-0000
Egyptian stele with a funerary inscription of Weaponry Commissioner Hatici, from the 18th dynasty, in the Museo Archeologico, Florence 1931 ca. 1550-1292 a.C

Background imageHorus Collection: Three Ptolemaic age bronze statuettes depicting the Goddesses Sekhmet

Three Ptolemaic age bronze statuettes depicting the Goddesses Sekhmet and Isis in the act of breastfeeding the young Horus; the works are preserved in the Louvre Museum, Paris France Paris

Background imageHorus Collection: Detail of a Saitic age sarcophagus of the Sacerdote T'Aho, with hieroglyphic reliefs

Detail of a Saitic age sarcophagus of the Sacerdote T'Aho, with hieroglyphic reliefs and the god Horus in the act of opening his mouth to give life to the mummy; the work is preserved in

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Horus, Sun God, Sun symbol, Tomb of Sennedjem, Thebes, Deir el Medina

Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Horus, Sun God, Sun symbol, Tomb of Sennedjem, Thebes, Deir el Medina
3476227 Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Horus, Sun God, Sun symbol, Tomb of Sennedjem, Thebes, Deir el Medina, 19th dynasty (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting, Horus, Sun God)

Background imageHorus Collection: Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Horemheb Pharaoh before Osiris, Isis

Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Horemheb Pharaoh before Osiris, Isis, Ma'at and Horus 19th Dynasty 1333-1306 BC
529064 Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Horemheb Pharaoh before Osiris, Isis, Ma'at and Horus 19th Dynasty 1333-1306 BC (painting) by Egyptian; Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Egypt, Painting, Horus, falcon headed God, God of the kings, Tomb of Rameses I, Thebes

Ancient Egypt, Painting, Horus, falcon headed God, God of the kings, Tomb of Rameses I, Thebes, 19th Dyn (photo)
3476321 Ancient Egypt, Painting, Horus, falcon headed God, God of the kings, Tomb of Rameses I, Thebes, 19th Dyn (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Painting, Horus, falcon headed God)

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Horus writes on papyrus scroll, Temple of Sebek and Horus

Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Horus writes on papyrus scroll, Temple of Sebek and Horus, Kom Ombo (photo)
3476505 Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Horus writes on papyrus scroll, Temple of Sebek and Horus, Kom Ombo (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving)

Background imageHorus Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ptolemy XIII being presented to Horus

Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ptolemy XIII being presented to Horus, Sebek and Horus Temple, Kom Ombo (photo)
3476509 Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ptolemy XIII being presented to Horus, Sebek and Horus Temple, Kom Ombo (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving)

Background imageHorus Collection: Temple of Horus, Edfu, Victorian period

Temple of Horus, Edfu, Victorian period

Background imageHorus Collection: Isis

Isis
A Sculptural portrait depiction of the Ancient Egyptian Goddess, Isis also referred to as Aset, seen by many as the Mother of Horus, her worship was spread throughout the Greco Roman world

Background imageHorus Collection: Funerary stele of Hefrer. Egypt

Funerary stele of Hefrer. Egypt
Funerary stele of Hefrer. Painted limestone. 26th-early 27th dynasties. Late Period. C. 600-500 BC. Probably from Abydos, Egypt. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageHorus Collection: Coffin of Gua. Detail. Egypt

Coffin of Gua. Detail. Egypt
Coffin of Gua. Painted cedar wood. Exterior. Detail. Stresses the pair of eyes on the east side that allowed the deceased look towards the dawn. 1850 BC. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom




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"Horus: The Divine Protector and Symbol of Ancient Egyptian Power" Step back in time with this captivating illustration of the ancient Egyptian god Horus, adorned in a magnificent Roman costume. In his hands, he holds the key of life, known as the ankh, symbolizing eternal existence. Delve into the mystical world through the pages of the Book of the Dead. Plate 34 reveals a mesmerizing pectoral featuring Horus' sacred eye flanked by serpent goddesses from the North. This powerful amulet was believed to grant protection and ward off evil spirits. The Eye of Horus, a potent symbol representing healing and restoration, is beautifully depicted on Senenmut's false door. Transport yourself to Egypt as you explore this intricate artwork that once adorned tombs. Behold Harpocrates, Greek god of silence and embodiment of youthful innocence. This statue pays homage to Horus' influence beyond Egypt's borders, showcasing how his legend transcended cultures. Discover another facet of Horus' mythology through depictions like "Horus-Seth (2). " These intriguing representations shed light on complex relationships between Egyptian gods and their intertwined destinies. Uncover Isis with her distinctive cow's head - an enchanting portrayal that showcases her connection to fertility and motherhood. Alongside Osiris & Isis, they form one part of a divine trinity revered for their roles in creation and rebirth. Immerse yourself further into ancient Egyptian beliefs with Plate 4 from the Book of Dead - witness rituals performed for deceased souls seeking guidance in their journey towards immortality. Finally, marvel at a relief depicting Horus within Ramses III's tomb at KV11 in Valley Kings - an awe-inspiring testament to Pharaohs' devotion to this deity throughout history. Join us on this extraordinary voyage through time as we unravel mysteries surrounding one of Egypt's most revered gods – Horus; protector, healer, and symbol of ancient Egyptian power.