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The festival Barque of Hathor part four

Here is an Easter present for you – this is the festival Barque of Hathor scene before I place the people. You can freely use this as a desktop background.
I plan to place crowds of people greeting the Goddess, who will bring blessings to the locality before she continues her journey to Edfu.

The next task is to make the litter bearers who will carry the ceremonial barque, containing the goddess, to the barques chapel where she will remain over night before setting off the following day to the next stop over in her progress up the Nile.

The festival Barque of Hathor part four
If you would like to use this image as a desktop background right click and save it to your computer then set it as a desktop background

Hathor part five

Hathor part three
Hathor part two
Hathor part one

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