Astronomical reliefs on the ceiling of the Hypostle Hall at the Temple of Hathor, Dendera.
This row "begins with the Eye of Re in its barque, above which appear the fourteen days of the waning moon. Beyond the full moon in the centre come the fourteen stages of the waxing moon (each with its own deity), culmunating in the full disc worshipped by Thoth, and lastly the moon as Osiris, protected by Isis and Nephthys. Souls in the form of jackals and birds adorn Re's barque as it journeys across the sun's register." - from The Rough Guide to Egypt.