Central Administration of Upper Egypt Antiquities: The shrine of the god Amun-Ra, one of the seven compartments in the Temple of Seti
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Central Administration of Upper Egypt Antiquities: The shrine of the god Amun-Ra, one of the seven compartments in the Temple of Seti

Central Administration of Upper Egypt Antiquities: The shrine of the god Amun-Ra, one of the seven compartments in the Temple of Seti

8/21/2022

The work team of restorers and archaeologists of the Supreme Council of Antiquities completed the restoration work of the shrine of the god Amun-Ra, one of the seven chapels in the Temple of Seti I in Abydos, Sohag Governorate.

In this context, Mohamed Abdel Badi, head of the Central Department of Upper Egypt Antiquities, said that the shrine of the god Amun-Ra is one of the seven chapels in the Temple of Seti I in Abydos, a chapel dedicated to his worshipers the god Amun-Ra, and at the end of the cabin there is an imaginary door from the western side.

Abdul Badi added that the walls of the cabin bear a number of scenes representing the journey of the sacred boat to the other world and some religious rituals and offerings to the god Amun-Ra.