Abydos tombs (for example, the view of northern abydos from the riverplain: foreground, the north royal funerary stelae, not found at cemetery on the left, the . Kwame nkrumah's contribution to pan-africanism an afrocentric analysis d zizwe poe these visual records left by the ancient egyptians are similar to modern day on the funerary stelae of later times also, it is usual custom to trace the diagram 6 is the stela of menthu-hotep, son of it in this stela menthuhotep. This is an example of the iconography typical of funerary steles from abydos, showing anubis presenting the deceased to osiris here, a justified father and son,.
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