Glimpses of the Egyptian Underworld: The Myers Amduat Papyrus (ECM 1573)
The Myers Amduat Papyrus (ca. 1000 BCE) depicts the last section of the nocturnal journey of the sun god Ra through the Underworld. It combines images and texts taken from two sections of the so-called Book of Amduat, a feature that is not common in this type of papyri. This makes this piece an exceptional document for the study of textual transmission, religion and funerary beliefs in ancient Egypt.
The full presentation can be seen here: