Last week Shemsu trudged out into the cold and rain just to bring a local interest story to Em Hotep!’s Kentuckiana readers. Stuffed grape leaves, butter-scotch baklava, and bellydancing. These are just a few of the hazards I braved to bring you this exclusive.
Pictured to the left, Shemsu’s better half—Sekhmet.
Tags: Akhenaten, Amarna, Amenhotep III, Andrea Deagon, Apis Bull, Bellydancing, Egyptian Art, Eighteenth Dynasty, Ghawazee, Karnak Temple, Louisville, Luxor, Nebamun, Roman Period, Temple of Amun at Karnak, Tomb Art