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This painting is a hand engraved painting Tut anch Amun with Anubis, Ramses II with goddess Isis hand painted in Red, Gold and Brown to signify their vital importance in history in a reviving form . The story behind Tutankhamun’s image along with Anubis reflects a big deal that has taken place in history , When Egyptologist Howard Carter uncovered the tomb of the 14th-century BCE king Tutankhamun in 1922, he found The Shrine of Anubis God of mummification , a stylized jackal head . Anubis known to guide people through the underworld and performed the weighing of the heart ritual, mounted on a shrine guarding the entrance of the treasury. The second half of the painting is the glorious Isis that was one of the Great Royal Wives of Pharaoh Ramesses II and was the mother of his inheritors , Merneptah. In the painting he is granting her something that stands for her prominent role and their tight relationship , for she was one of the most outstanding royal wives, along with Nefertiti, and was the chief queen after Nefertiti’s death . This painting is very symbolic because it holds four most influencing Pharaohs and Gods in the ancient Egyptian history , not only that but indicate essence of their relations with one another and the methodologies and culture they have left their extraordinary mark on.

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