History Egyptian Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Temple of Horus at Edfu Sculptural wall relief www.Neo-Mfg.com 9.5"
A relief in the Temple of Horus at Edfu. It depicts the coronation of King Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II (reigned from 170 to 116 BCE) by the goddesses Wadjet of Lower Egypt (on the left) and Nekhbet of Upper Egypt (on the right). Wadjet wears the red crown (deshret), while Nekhbet wears the white crown (hedjet). The king wears the double crown (shmty) of the two lands.
Ptolemy VIII / Coronation / Relief/ C2 BCPtolemy VIII Euergetes II Egyptian Pharaoh (164/63 and 145–116 BC).
c. 181 BC – 116 BC.
Crowning of Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II by Nekhbet and Wadjet (Buto), goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt.
Relief, Ptolemaic era.
Edfu (Upper Egypt), Horus Temple.
Last 2 photos are from the monument. Included for reference only
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