Pharaoh Seti I. Necropolis of Thebes.

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Reduction of a sketch representing Seti I (Necropolis of Thebes. – 19th Dynasty)

Ancient Egypt Pharaoh Seti I

Drawing: Reduction of a sketch representing Seti 1. (Necropolis of Thebes. – 19th Dynasty)

New Kingdom Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt, the son of Ramesses I and Queen Sitre. Seti I (* around 1323 v. Chr .; † 1279 v. Chr.), Was an Egyptian king (Pharaoh) during the New Kingdom and the second ruler of the 19th Dynasty, which from 1290 to 1279 v. Chr. reigned. He was the son and co-regent of Ramses I, father of Ramses II., Which he made to his co-regent even at the age of fifteen.

Dessin: Réduction d’une esquisse représentant Séti 1er. (Nécropole de Thèbes – XIX. dynastie)

Source: Histoire de l’art égyptien: d’après les monuments; depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu’à la domination romaine by Prisse D’Avennes and Achille Constant Théodore Émile, 1878.

Read more: Ancient Egyptian costume history.

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