Ancient Egypt art
[EGYPT 29341] ’Tree goddess in Nakht's tomb at Luxor.’ A scene in the tomb of Nakht portrays a tree goddess presenting several offerings to the deceased on a tray: beer, an elongated bread, a cup of grapes and a bunch of onions. Suspended from her right hand hangs a grape vine and in the left she holds three stems of papyrus. Although there is no text here that describes her, the tree goddess or 'Lady of the Sycamore' is usually identified with either Nut, Hathor or Isis. In most tombs ...