Osiride

Osiride, Osirian column

In ancient Egypt, a type of column in which a standing figure of Osiris is placed before a square pier; it differs from the classical caryatid in that the pier, and not the figure, supports the entablature.
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Im Kontrast hierzu steht naturlich die Verbindung der Farbe zu Seth, die noch Plutarch, De Iside et Osiride, 22 Typhon zuschreibt.
One of the major suggestions is that the numerous correspondences between the less 'ideal' women and Isis ultimately contribute to a complication of Isis as a salvific force, ironised by (for example) Plutarch's claim in his De Iside et Osiride that the Iseion promises 'knowledge and comprehension of reality' (352a).
De iside et Osiride 28), pero estuvo profundamente unido a Alejandro a traves de su leyenda antes que por las historias de sus biografos.
The casting was uniformly strong; Miklos Sebestyen a sonorous and imposing presence as Moses, and Andrew Foster-Williams a warm-toned and surprisingly human Pharaoh - his parental affection for his son Osiride (a fluidvoiced David Alegret) was touchingly believable.
The human element of the story is the well-used convention of lovers from across that divide (think Aida but with Biblical plagues), Osiride, Prince of Egypt and Hebrew girl Elcia.
She goes on to also cite the following most quoted passage from Plutach's De hide et Osiride ("His and Osiris") to prove the point:
Easily the best of the leading; singers was tenor Randall Bills, who cut a fine (if starchy) figure as Osiride and sang the difficult role with handsome tone and total security over its extensive range.
Lo scarabeo era realizzato proprio in pietra verde a simbolo di Osiride (si adoperava per modellarlo la steatite, una varieta di talco di colore verdastro con lucentezza madreperlacea, che subiva poi un'invetriatura colorata, sempre nella gamma dei verdi), per poi essere posto sul cuore dei defunto.
Penso ai cosiddetti "paredri" (figli e insieme amanti) delle divinita preposte alia natura, come Adone con Afrodite (nella veste primordiale di dea della riproduzione delle specie e delia fertilita della terra), corrispondente all'orientale Attis con la Magna Mater Cibele o all'egizio Osiride con Iside (39).
However, I reject Plutarch's literal reading of the creation and his postulation of a precosmic irrational soul, which he inconsistently identifies with the evil cosmic soul of Laws X (compare De Iside et Osiride 370f).
He illustrated the profound similarity between the War Scroll and Plutarch's account of Zoroastrianism, found in De Iside et Osiride 45-47.
Gli Egizi lo chiamavano semplicemente iteru: il fiume e lo venerarono come un dio, con il nome di Hapi; a lui erano associate (tramite una serie di leggende) le divinita di Iside e Osiride, che avevano insegnato agli uomini le tecniche della coltivazione.