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The Horus, Hathor and Harsomtus temple of Edfu, Upper Egypt. Germán Erostarbe 2015

Statue of Ramesses II. Nefertari (Ramses II wife) Temple on Lake Nasser bank. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Hathor column at Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt.

Detail of column capitals at the Temple of Hathor, Philae, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aswan, Egypt

Ptolemic Temple Of Horus, Edfu, Egypt.

El kiosko de Trajano pertenece al complejo de Filé, erigido en una isla del Nilo del mismo nombre y trasladado en nuestra época a la de Agilkia.

relief carving in the tomb of Seti I, KV17 in the Valley of the Kings at Thebes, Luxor Egypt.

Horus symbol. Horus was the son of the Great Goddess, Isis, conceived by his virgin mother after the death of her brother/husband Osiris. (She brought him back to life, and he ruled over the Underworld from then on.) Horus was considered the savior of mankind by the Egyptians, who interceded for them with the gods and Goddess.

Relief with Horus pouring water, temple dedicated to Amun, Mut and Khonsu, Deir el-Hagar, Dakhla Oasis, Libyan Desert, Egypt, Egyptian civilization, Roman period, 1st century BC