In my early formative years I was also taught by nuns. Quite well, I might add. My major puzzlement was the Friday Mass. All spoken in Latin. Didn't understand a word. But I did like the fragrance from the censers. That, together with all doctor's prescription being written in that ancient language, kindled my interest in Latin.
"Viscera" is the plural form of "Viscus" meaning "an internal organ". "Vice Versa" is the Latin term for "the position having been reversed."[/i]
So, now Osiris becomes the central pole of the Djed. The four horizontal plates do not coincide with his backbone. The two "attendants" are not warming their hands. Any progress with a working replica yet?