Located at the back of the Temple of Seti I at Abydos, and 40 ft lower, is the Osirion (Osireion). This place screams out that it is very ancient. l put a date on it. lt matches one other location in Egypt and fairly recent work has put an approximate date on that site. Music - Get back up by Silent Partner Google Earth credits: www.360cities.net/ www.360cities.net/ www.360cities.net/profile/weg-erbauer?utm_source=google_earth&utm_medium=all_images www.weg-erbauer.com/ www.360cities.net/profile/360-images?utm_source=google_earth&utm_medium=all_images The temple was a subterreanean complex dedicated to Osiris, the god of the Afterlife, symbolizing death and regeneration. The northern wall of the Seti Temple was decorated with scenes from the ‘Book of Gates’. the afterlife and resurrection. The once-underground chambers are the most ancient of all the ancient Egyptian ruins. The Flower of Life symbol is carved with laser-like accuracy on huge granite blocks in the temple walls and we are not able to replicate this today.