Egyptian Hand-Painted Papyrus Artwork (Imported): Anhai in the Hall of Ma’at Book of the Dead
This scene is the Final Judgment in the Hall of Ma’at from the Anhai Papyrus. On the far right is Ma’at with Isis behind her. Anhai is being led by the Horus, the falcon-headed god. In the center of the scene, Anubis weighs the heart against the feather of Ma’at. On the left of the scale is the female demon Ammut, who will devour Anhai’s soul if she is unworthy. The god Thoth on the far left is ready to record the verdict. At the top are gods acting as judges. Anhai was a woman of high rank, possibly a priestess, who died around 1100 BC. One of her titles was “Chantress of Amun.” The Anhai Papyrus is one of most intricately illustrated papyri of the Book of the Dead. It measures 14 feet, 6 inches. It is currently housed in the British Museum.
Hand-painted on genuine papyrus, painted and signed by Egyptian artist
Brilliant colors including blue, green, gold, bronze, black
Size: 16.75″ x 13″ approx.
Comes with a protective plastic sleeve
Each individual papyrus painting may vary in color and design details.