Horus Leading Queen Nefertari into the Afterlife Papyrus
Ramses II's most beloved wife. It is thought that she died in the 25th year of his reign. Here, she is pictured on the right, in the afterlife. This is signified by her transparent clothing. She is being led by Horus into the afterlife.
The original location of this scene is in Queen Nefertari's tomb, referred to as QV66 by Egyptologists. QV66 is sometimes called the "sistine chapel of Ancient Egypt" because of the beautiful and colourful scenes located within.
Papyrus is the worlds first paper!
Created by the Ancient Egyptians, papyrus has been used as a paper for over 4500 years!
Each Papyri is
- Hand-made in Egypt
- Hand-painted in Egypt
-Packaged with a certificate of authenticity & protective plastic sleeve
60cm / 23.6 inches Tall
40cm / 15.7 inches Wide
(All Papyrus is hand-made & hand-painted, so yours may differ slightly from that in the photo)