- Mar 2019
- Peterborough, Ontario Canada
Attached is a photo of the two better preserved magic bricks from KV55–photo from Dennis C Forbes’, The Tomb of Yuya and Thuyu (KV46) and the Amarna Cache (KV55). KMT inc, California 1998. p. 170.As usually in Chicago University I trust ...
That academical institute has published really good material on the most curious aspect of Ancient Egypt, also about magical bricks.
In KV55 there were no niches for them, they were on the floor [not an irrelevant detail ...].
Anyway from this work [https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/magical_bricks_sak_38.pdf] we can learn a lot and, relevant for our case, the epithet of "Osiris" was traditional, liturgical on magical bricks like those ones.