History Egyptian Isis Tomb Seti I Sculptural wall relief www.Neo-Mfg.com 21.5"
SIZE: 21.5"W x 7.5"H
The tomb of Seti I (Sethos I) is the longest (at more than 120 meters), deepest and most completely finished in the Valley of the Kings.
It also represents the fullest development of offset, or jogged royal tombs in the valley.
It was discovered in October 1817 by the strongman of the early antiquarians, Italian Giovanni Battista Belzoni.
In fact, the tomb is still known marginally as Belsoni's Tomb. The tomb was discovered only a few days after the tomb of his father, Ramesses I.
When originally discovered, the tomb made international headlines, and exhibits of the tomb were held in London in 1821, and later in Paris. The tomb is located in a small lateral wadi in the Valley of the Kings.
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