Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I and Goddess Maat Temple Relief

Made of cast stone

Finish:
hand-painted color

Dimensions:
38"H x 20.5"W (97 x 52 cm)

Weight:
30 lbs (13.6 kg)

Item No.
3103SP

Museum:
Temple of Abydos, Egypt

Period:
Egyptian Pharaohs (3000 BC - 4th century B.C.)

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Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I and Goddess Maat Temple Relief Item No. 3103SP Reproduction after Museum Original from the Temple of Abydos, Egypt. 19th. Dynasty 1317 B.C. Here, Pharaoh Seti I, (father of Ramses II) is seen offering to the Gods the seated image of Maat, held in his hand like a doll. The Goddess Maat is the personification of all the elements of cosmic harmony as established by the Creator-God at the beginning of time-including truth, justice, law, world order and moral integrity. She is shown as a lady wearing on her head an ostrich feather. This scene establishes the king as the representative of divine order since Maat was seen legitimizing his authority to govern and to uphold the laws of the universe which she embodies.
Made of cast stone. Cast stone is a type of gypsum cement whose properties are much different from plaster of paris which is what most sculpture shops use. Unlike plaster, which is soft, light and weak, cast stone is hard, heavy and strong. Cast stone feels like, and is heavy like a real stone would be, which can be experienced as soon you try to lift it.
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