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Stele of Neferrenpet, 1400-1296 BC Egypt, Probably Thebes, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, 1540-1296 BC limestone

Stela of wood covered with gesso and painted, showing the Housemistress Ta-ka-sab worshipping Ra-Horakhty as a falcon-headed god seated on a throne: Ancient Egyptian, Upper Egypt, from Thebes, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC © National Museums Scotland

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Estela de Ptolomeo V. Peri. Grecorromano, Din. Ptolemaica. El Cairo, Museo Egipcio. Brillante colorido original. En la parte central el símbolo del cielo. El dios toro Bucis se cubre de una lámina de oro. El farón ante el altar de pie y tocado con la corona azul, ofrece el sekhet, símb de los campos. 7 columnas de jeroglíficos aluden a la divinidad, al faraón y su esposa Cleopatra. Parte baja dedicatorias al dios. Los volumnes y rasgos de las figuras se alejen de la tradición egipcia.

Egypt: Divine Cults of the Sacred Bulls. The Apis Bull meant Bee Bull! It was believed that Bees generated from bull bodies. And bees were really Ka, souls. So, the Apis Bull was sacrificed as a way to bring more souls into being. Amazing.

Votive stela of the priest Userhat, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, ca. 1353–1323 B.C. Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Temple of Nebhepetre Mentuhotep Metropolitan Museum of Art

Year 11 Apis stela of Shoshenq V (Louvre Museum) Shoshenq V was the final king of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt of Meshwesh Libyans which controlled Lower Egypt. He was the son of Pami according to a Year 11 Serapeum stela from his reign. His prenomen or throne name, Akheperre, means "Great is the Soul of Re."