RMT8P9J9–An ancient Egyptian bronze statuette of Osiris, Late Period, mid- to end of the 1st millennium BC The god depicted as upright standing mummy with Atef crown, holding crook and flail against his chest. On a modern wooden base. Length 16 cm. Provenance: 1970s private collection from the Munich area. historic, historical, ancient world, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2A2HM0A–Statuette of the God Osiris Seated, Late Period, Dynasty 26–31 (664–332 BC), Egyptian, Egypt, Steatite, 28.9 × 7 × 11.43 cm (11 3/8 × 2 3/4 × 4 1/2 in
RF2HW968N–Art inspired by Upper part of a statuette of the Mother of the Apis, Late Period or Ptolemaic Period, 664–200 B.C., From Egypt, Yellow faience, H. 5.6 × W. 3.1 × D. 3 cm (2 3/16 × 1 1/4 × 1 3/16 in.), The Apis bull was associated with the god Osiris and with Ptah, and with royal, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RM2AW2FND–Opening visit of the exhibition “Osiris, Egypt's Sunken Mysteries”. Statuette of the goddess Isis protecting a small god Osiris.
RM2JKB46D–Statuette of the god Osiris. Late Period. 26th dynasty. 664-525 BC. Shale and gold. Depicted standing, with mummified body and wearing the Atef Crown. Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. Lisbon, Portugal.
RMRKTRJX–Statuette of the God Osiris Seated - Late Period, Dynasty 26–31 (664–332 BC) - Egyptian - Artist: Ancient Egyptian, Origin: Egypt, Date: 664 BC–332
RM2H2HNAB–Statuette of the God Osiris Seated, Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 26-31 (664-332 BCE).
RM2H11TT1–Statuette of Seated God, probably Osiris-lah, 664-525 BC. Egypt, Late Period, Dynasty 26 or later. Bronze, solid cast; overall: 15.7 x 7 x 8 cm (6 3/16 x 2 3/4 x 3 1/8 in.).
RF2B8Y43D–Statuette of the God Osiris, Third Intermediate Period–Late Period, Dynasties 21–31 (about 1069–332 BC), Egyptian, Egypt, Bronze, 16.8 × 5.1 × 5.7 cm (6 5/8 × 2 × 2 1/4 in.) (with base), Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
RM2HGPP2W–Upper part of a statuette of the Mother of the Apis 664–200 B.C. Late Period or Ptolemaic Period The Apis bull was associated with the god Osiris and with Ptah, and with royal mythology. Isis, the wife of Osiris, was also mother of his son Horus who became the living king when Osiris became the dead king, symbolizing the chain of Osiris and Horus manifestations of the Egyptian king. In the Apis mythology, Isis was identified with the Mother of Apis. At Saqqara where the living Apis bull was regally housed and cared for, the cow who was his mother was likewise well tended.The Mother of Apis is
RM2G80B45–Osiris, Ancient Egyptian god. Bronze, 664 BC. National Archaelogical Museum, Spain
RM2HH3A0G–Head from a figure of Osiris ca. 664–525 B.C. Late Period (Saite) This head is from a statuette of Osiris, principal god of the afterlife and ruler of the Netherworld. The deity is shown wearing his typical 'atef' crown, a tall crown flanked by ram's horns and ostrich plumes and protected by a hooding cobra. His face is placid and his serene affect enhanced by a slight smile. Only the very top of his false beard and the straps that would have held it in place are preserved. The tip of the crown, as well as the tops of the feathers and the tips of the horns that flanked it are gone, and the hea