Reproduction of the famous gold pendant with the name of King Osorkon II, representing the Triad, family of the god Osiris, made of gold, lapis-lazuli and red glass, circa 874-850 BC. This statue, currently located in the Louvre Museum, depicts the Pharaoh Osorkon II crouching on a lapis-lazuli pillar as the god of the dead, Osiris. His body is wrapped in a mummy shroud, wearing the characteristic crown so called Atef. His wife Isis and his son Horus stand by his side and they raise their hands as a sign of protection.
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