Osiris - Isis
In Ancient Egyptian culture, Osiris is the God of agriculture. He is also known as the God of beer. A Greek historian from the time of Julius Caesar once wrote that, “Osiris taught the people how to brew the beverage which is made of barley, which is not greatly inferior to wine in odor and potency.”
Part of the Book of the Dead of Pinedjem II. The text is hieratic, except for hieroglyphics in the vignette. The use of red pigment, and the joins between papyrus sheets, are also visible. Book of the Dead papyrus of Pinedjem II, 21st dynasty, circa 990-969 BC. Originally from the Deir el-Bahri royal cache. This scene depicts Pinedjem II in his role of High Priest making an offering to the god Osiris. EA 10793/1.
This bronze statuette represents the god Osiris-Neper wearing the crown of Upper Egypt protected by the royal uraeus (cobra). In an unusual departure from tradition, his right hand holds the scepter (hka), his left hand holds the whip (nhaha), and the fists are joined on the chest below his wsek necklace.