Image code: 30350

Ramesses I makes offerings to Nefertum

Ramesses I is depicted in the act of giving two jars of wine to Nefertum. The king wears the nemes with uraeus and a broad collar. His white and gold kilt has a triangular front, a red and gold belt around the waist and ends with an elaborate decoration showing two golden uraeus with sun discs. The god Nefertum wears a white and gold kilt with a tail on the back and a broad collar while an open lotus flower (symbolising the first time the flower opened its petals at the moment of creation) is placed on his head. He holds the sceptre was and the ankh. Behind him a large tiet symbol, the knot of Isis.