Reliefs on the outer back wall of the temple complex of Edfu, Egypt. Reliefs depicting a procession of gods and goddesses including Horus (with the falcon head) and Isis. They are holding the ankh, symbol of life. The temple complex at Edfu dates from the Ptolemaic period. Dedicated to the falcon-headed god Horus, the temple is the second largest in Egypt after the one at Karnak, and is one of the best preserved.
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