the only replica in the world! King Horemheb kneeling before Atum, Horemheb and Atum – Made In Egypt – Mother’s Day Gift
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Egyptian Gift For Mother’s Day
a heavy basalt stone sculpture for Horemheb and Atum.
Horemheb and Atum
Horemheb – an Ancient Egyptian military leader, who later became the last King of the XVIII Dynasty. He reigned about 1319-1292 BC. He destroyed the cult of Aten, established by Akhenaten. Having no heirs, Horemheb handed over his Throne to his associate – Ramesses I.
King Horemheb kneeling before Atum. Carved in Diorite, Atum is 1,71 m high and Horemheb is 0,83 m. XVIII Dynasty, 1338 – 1308 B.C.
The statues of Horemheb and Atum fit into recesses in the base (maybe to make moving the tableau easier. Horemheb is holding two spherical vessels and is wearing the Nemes headdress, uraeus, royal beard, shendyt-kilt and sandals. The inscriptions say King Lord of the two lands (Djeser-Khepru-Re Setep-en-Re Heka-Maat). Atum is sitting on a throne wearing the double crown, long wig and a curved beard. His right hand is holding an Ankh. Each side of the throne is decorated with two Nile God which represent the unification of upper and lower Egypt,
lord of the two lands, lord of action, Djeser-Khepru-Re Setep-en-Re, son of Re, of his body his beloved Horemheb-Mery-Amun given life like Re eternally”.
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