WESTERN LATERAL ANNEX - WALL 11
(114) shows a complete view of wall 11 of the western lateral annex of the vestibule.
On wall 11 are shown, from left to right, the goddess Isis, a seated god Osiris, a second depiction of a seated god Osiris, and the goddess Nephthys.
On the left side of wall 11, facing the first seated god Osiris, stands the goddess Isis (114).
Isis wears the red deshret crown of Lower Egypt and a light green dress with a red belt, with two ribbons hanging down.
The bottom part of the dress, part of the left arm and the raised right hand of the goddess have been lost.
In front of the face of Isis, a hieroglyphic column is depicted, which states ‘Words spoken by Isis, the great one’.
In the middle part of wall 11 a seated god Osiris is shown twice (114).
The two depictions of the seated Osiris are nearly identical.
Each god Osiris sits on a throne with a yellow wooden frame and red pillows.
The side of the throne has horizontal stripes from top to bottom in various colours (blue, red, blue, green, blue, red, blue etc.)
The throne and the feet of the god Osiris are resting on a blue platform, which is outlined in yellow.
In front of the god’s feet, a green lotus flower is depicted.
On both sides of this lotus flower, a reddish-brown stem with a green leaf is depicted.
The god Osiris wears an atef crown, which is bordered at the bottom with a yellow band.
The face and neck of the god are coloured green.
Unfortunately, a large part of the face of the god and some parts of the crown have been lost.
The first god holds in both hands – which are also coloured green – the typical royal regalia: the crook in his right hand and the flail in his left.
In front of the crown of the first god, a hieroglyphic column is depicted, stating ‘Words spoken by Osiris, foremost of the West’ (114).
The depiction of the second god Osiris, to the right of the first, is nearly identical to the depiction of the first.
From the second depiction of Osiris, larger parts of the face and of the atef crown have been preserved.
In contrast to the first god, the second god Osiris holds the crook in his left hand and the flail in his right.
In front of the crown of the second Osiris a hieroglyphic column is depicted, which states ‘Words spoken by Osiris, Lord of the West’.
Between the first and the second depiction of Osiris, a hieroglyphic column is depicted, which states ‘Words spoken by Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, foremost of the West, who resides in Shetyt’ (114).
On the right side of wall 11, facing the second god Osiris, stands the goddess Nephthys.
Nephthys wears a red dress with a blue belt, with two blue ribbons hanging down.
The left arm of the goddess is raised, while the right arm is lowered.
Nephthys wears a blue tripartite wig with a red hairband and the typical bracelets and armlets.
In front of the goddess Nephthys, a hieroglyphic column is depicted, stating ‘Words spoken by Nephthys’ (114).
Part of the bottom of the dress of the goddess has been lost.