Sunday, May 12, 2013

HOW BEAUTIFUL YOU ARE ON SUNDAY (MOTHER'S DAY)






The vultures of Nekheb and ├Ťati,
the goddesses of the south and north, crowned
and armed with divine emblems (fig. 104),
hovered
above the nave of the hypostyle halls,
and on the under side of the lintels of the great doors,
above the head of the king as he passed
through on his way to the sanctuary.





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