|Archaeologists at the site suggest
artifacts like these were used for |
the famous ceremonies at the sanctuaries of Thonis-Heracleoin
and Canopus, that honored the ancient Egyptian god, Osiris.
Sculpture gneiss (a stone similar to granite) dates back to the 26th Dynasty.
It shows the resurrection of the god Osiris. And A colossal statue of
the God Hapy, made from pink granite.
A diver inspects portions of a cella, a rectangular room found
inside Greek temples, one of about 250 ancient Egyptian artifacts
once thought to be lost to history, now on display in Paris.