domingo, 8 de mayo de 2016

The tomb of Samut, aka Kyky

The couple, Kyky and Raiay, represented three times in an identical way, are seated and receive the offering from a standing character.
Kyky is seated on a chair with a backrest and feet which finish in paws of a lion. He is dressed in an ample white dress, a long wig and a large necklace. His right hand is raised in acceptance of the offerings, whilst in his left hand he holds a sekhem-sceptre of power. Raiay is behind him, seated on a stool covered with a cushion. Dressed in a long ample dress, but with a tight waist, she wears a long wig surmounted by an ointment cone crossed by a lotus flower. Her left hand is raised in acceptance of the offering, while her right hand surrounds (sections 1 and 3) or is placed (section 2) on her spouse's shoulder, as a sign of protection. Because Kyky's role is of prime importance, she plays the role of Isis to his role of Osiris. She has therefore to regenerate him so that he can impregnate her, thus reappearing by his own work.

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The tomb of Samut, aka Kyky

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