Isis Suckling Seti I, Abydos. Nursing Mythology Ancient Egypt Art , Watercolor of Seti I suckling on Isis, the goddess of nature and motherhood. Seti I was a pharaoh during the Nineteenth dynasty, and was the father of Ramesses II. This relief was found at the temple at Abydos.This piece was illustrated By Walter Tyndale (1855–1943) 13 x 22 cm
The Osirion, also known as "The Tomb of Osiris". Attributed to Seti I, is located near his temple at Abydos and believed to have been constructed during the 18th dynasty. A unique structure in egyptian architecture, bearing resemblance to the Old Kingdom Valley and Sphinx Temples at Giza, there remains disagreement as to its true age and function. It is the only egyptian temple to have been built below ground.
EGYPT ~ Mummified remains of Pharaoh Seti I, 19th Dynasty, one of the best-preserved Egyptian mummies, as photographed by Emil Brugsch (1842-1930). Seti I was the father of Ramses the Great (Rameses II).
Statue of Seti I.... Menmaatre Seti I, was a pharaoh of the new kingdom's nineteenth dynasty of Egypt. The son of Ramesses I and Queen Sitre, and father to Ramesses II. His tomb is the largest in the Valley of the Kings. Seti I ruled Egypt from 1313 to 1292 BC, at the height of Egypt's artistic era. His tomb is one of the most decorated and best preserved tombs in the Valley of the Kings.