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    Relief from the inner chamber of the tomb chapel of Petosiris, high priest of Toth, the ibis-headed god of Hermopolis. Kepher, the beetle-god, with two sun disks.

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    Tomb chapel of Petosiris, High Priest of Toth, who built the chapel for his father, brother and himself. In front of the chapel a horned altar. Around 300 BCE.

    08-01-16/18

    Grape harvest, pressing grapes; From the tomb of Petosiris, High Priest of the god Toth in Hermopolis. Around 300 BCE

    08-01-16/20

    Relief from the inner chamber of the tomb chapel of Petosiris, a high priest of Toth, the Ibis-headed god of Hermopolis. Detail from a sacrificial procession: the man carries a calf on his shoulders, the woman follows with a bouquet of flowers and some fruit.

    08-01-13/17

    The necropolis of Hermopolis, rock tombs, brick and limestone funerary houses and tomb chapels from Ramesside to Roman times (13th BCE-1st CE).

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    Horned altar in front of the tomb chapel of Petosiris, 3rd-century BCE High Priest of the god Toth at Hermopolis. In the background the rock-tombs which date from the Ramesside-period.

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    Sacrificial altar in front of the tomb chapel of Petosiris, Hermopolis.

    08-01-13/16

    Rock-tombs above the necropolis of Hermopolis, which includes tombs from Ramesside- to Roman times.

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    Remains of the temple of Toth, central sanctuary of Hermopolis, seen between the tomb of Petosiris, priest of Toth, 300 BCE and the Graeco-Roman funerary chapel of Ptolemais.

    08-01-16/17

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