After coronation, the new pharaoh would head to the temple at Luxor to assume the royal ka that flowed from the gods Horus and Re all the way down Egypt’s line of rulers. Sculptures, shrines, and other structures were set up at the temple complex by kings strengthening their claims to divine ka.
In this issue, Minerva explores the all-important site...
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