Size: about 42 x 32 cm
Queen Nefertari, wife of Ramses II, guided by God Horus in presence of Goddess Maat and Goddess Isis
Nefertari was the favorite wife of Ramses II. Her tomb is considered one of the most beautiful tombs in the valley of the Queens. Its paintings manifesting great charm and dignity.
Isis is known for her virtues as mother, wife, protector and magician. She is holding the 'was' scepter of power and is pointing the ankh (key of life) sign at the goddess Ma’at, who is to her left.
Ma’at is the goddess of truth, justice and order and is spreading her wings in protection to Isis. To the right is the god Horus who is wearing the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt and is the protector of the reigning King. To the left of them is the goddess Hathor, who is the divine mother of the reigning King, and goddess of sexuality, joy and music. In order to complete this beautiful symmetry there are two goddess on each side as well as protective cobras over the top.