Relief in tomb of Queen Nefertari, Egypt

Relief in tomb of Queen Nefertari, Egypt

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Caption: Relief in tomb of Queen Nefertari, chief wife of Ramses II. The tomb is the largest ever dedicated to a wife of a pharaoh, and depicts life in the netherworld, meetings with gods, deities, genii and monsters, and the entry into the realm of eternity. Located in the Valley of Queens, Thebes, Egypt.

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