Lesson

© Joan Ann Lansberry, July, 2009

"Koalabear29's" photo of his teacher "Mr Cook" has inspired me!

Also credit to the text of Peter Brand, _The monuments of Seti I_, (from which the professor is quoting):
"Seti I was one of the more prolific builders in Egyptian history. He left a huge corpus..." (page 119)


Cartouche of Seti I (Birth name: Seti Merenptah, meaning "Man of Set, beloved of Ptah),
from a model of a temple gateway, commissioned by Seti I, now at the Brooklyn Museum.

   


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