king of florals

detail of the prow of the sacred barque of Amon-Ra represented on the south wall (upper register) of the Chapel of Amon-Ra in the “Great Temple” of King Sethi I at Abydos:
on the prow’s finial is represented the ram’s head of Amon-Ra emerging from the Lotus flower, wearing the Solar disk with the Uraeus and an ornate collar with an image of the King making adorations to Amon-Ra.
Behind the ram’s head are represented
Upuaut in His form of sphinx with an Uraeus and standing on a standard,
a big fan,
and two images of the King offering vessels towards the shrine where is housed the cult statue of Amon-Ra (concealed by a white linen cloth).
To the left, an image of the King kneeling and offering a floral bouquet and a grand ‘Ankh’ (the symbol of Life)

“He didn’t love me, he didn’t want me. He danced with me because he didn’t want to see me hurt. He saved me from being a joke.”