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King Tut in the form of Osiris, Tomb of Tutankhamun, KV62, Valley of the Kings

King Tut in the form of Osiris, Tomb of Tutankhamun, KV62, Valley of the Kings


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Filename: 801-2923.jpg

Size: 3420 x 5122 (8.6MB)

Date: 18th April 2020

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Richard Maschmeyer/robertharding

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Source: www.robertharding.com

Country: Egypt

© Richard Maschmeyer

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King Tut in the form of Osiris, Tomb of Tutankhamun, KV62, Valley of the Kings

King Tut in the form of Osiris, Tomb of Tutankhamun, KV62, Valley of the Kings, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luxor, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

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Media ID 20018126

© Richard Maschmeyer

Ancient Egyptian Culture Artistic Closeup Creative Creativity Hieroglyph Luxor Thebes Mural Mural Painting Mural Paintings Murals Painting Paintings Tomb Of Tutankhamun Valley Of The Kings King Tutankhamun


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print captures the majestic presence of King Tut in the form of Osiris, within his tomb located in the Valley of the Kings. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient burial ground holds immense historical and cultural significance. The image showcases a close-up view of a mural depicting King Tutankhamun transformed into Osiris, the Egyptian god of death and resurrection. The intricate hieroglyphs surrounding him add to the artistic beauty and creative expression found within ancient Egyptian culture. The photograph's vertical composition allows us to fully appreciate every detail painted on the walls inside this sacred space. With no people present, we are able to immerse ourselves in this remarkable artwork that has withstood centuries. Luxor, Thebes stands as an awe-inspiring destination for travelers seeking to explore Egypt's rich history. This particular site is renowned for its association with one of Egypt's most famous pharaohs - King Tutankhamun. Richard Maschmeyer skillfully captures not only the physicality but also the spiritual essence emanating from this mural painting. Through his lens, he transports us back in time and invites us to marvel at an era long gone yet forever preserved within these ancient walls. This print serves as a testament to our enduring fascination with Egypt's past and reminds us of humanity's eternal quest for immortality through art and legacy.

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