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Thebes - Colosses de Memnon

Thebes - Colosses de Memnon

The Ankh was an ancient Egyptian symbol of eternal life and immortality. The word ankh also means "mirror" in the ancient Egyptian language, as in a mirror to the soul. At the top of the ankh shown, there wings of Isis and a solar disk w/cobras. 2 Cobras, representing the goddess of Lower Egypt, are across the bar. At the bottom, King Ankhnaton.

The Ankh is the ancient Kemetic symbol of eternal life and immortality. The word "ankh" also means "mirror" in the ancient Kemetic language, as in a mirror to the soul.

Uadjet, diosa predinástica del Bajo Egipto. Formaba parte del protocolo real junto a la diosa Nekhbet y se la representaba como mujer con cabeza de cobra o con la corona del Bajo Egipto (corona roja). Originalmente, fue una diosa que representó el crecimiento de la vegetación, convertida en madre y protectora del rey y de la corona del norte. Su nombre significa “La Verde”, “La del color del Papiro”, “La Vigorosa”, nombre por el cual sería diosa de los tejidos teñidos con este color .

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The uraeus was an upright Egyptian cobra worn on headbands and headdresses by queens and kings to symbolize power, deity, and royalty. It is also said to have been used to protect pharaohs against their enemies.

grandegyptianmuseum:  “Solid cast bronze statue of the cat goddess Bastet. Late Period, ca. 664-332 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.  ”

grandegyptianmuseum: “Solid cast bronze statue of the cat goddess Bastet. Late Period, ca. 664-332 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. ”

From King Tut's Tomb. Most likely Hathor as the sacred cow.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Egyptian ~ Sacred cow The Apis bull was a sacred bull, an actual animal picked yearly from the temple herd, that had no blemishes. They were sacrificed on a yearly basis and the corpses were mummified and buried with honors in a tomb.

An Egyptian Bronze Figure of the Goddess Isis with Horus, 26th Dynasty, 664-525 B.C. - Of slender form seated with her feet resting on a trapezoidal footstool, her son Horus in her lap, & wearing a long close-fitting dress, engraved broad collar, echeloned tripartite wig, vulture headdress, & diadem of uraei surmounted by horns & sun-disk, her face with lips rounded at the corners, large eyes with finely incised folds on the upper lids, & incised tapering eyebrows. Height without tenon 12…

An Egyptian Bronze Figure of the Goddess Isis with Horus, Dynasty,

Egyptian Symbol List, just click for their meaning. from...    http://www.egyptartsite.com/sym.html#

The Egyptian Galleries contain paintings, photographs and sculptures by Richard Deurer. You will also find valuable information about Ancient Egypt.

PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, EGYPT STATUE 4TH BCE  The Goddess Isis lamenting the death of her husband Osiris. She carries her iconographic hieroglyph on her head. Painted wood.

PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, EGYPT STATUE BCE The Goddess Isis lamenting the death of her husband Osiris.She carries her iconographic hieroglyph on her head. Painted wood , actually what's top head is throne chair.

Menat (counterpoise)  	  					  				Necklace counteroise with Queen Tiye as the goddess Hathor  			  				  			Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Amenhotep III, 1390–1352 B.C.

DHII La llave del cielo de Egipto Menat (counterpoise) Necklace counteroise with Queen Tiye as the goddess Hathor Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty reign of Amenhotep III, B.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the goddess Bastet. Consequently, they were raised in and around temples devoted to Bastet. When they died, they were mummified and buried in huge cemeteries, often in large communal graves.

In Ancient Egypt, many animals were thought to be the embodiment of certain gods and goddesses; cats were believed to represent the Egyptian Goddess Bastet

Necklace counterpoise with Queen Tiye as the goddess Hathor. Side B. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. Reign of Amenhotep III.  1390–1352 B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Necklace counterpoise with Queen Tiye as the goddess Hathor. Reign of Amenhotep III.

Nefertem - Goddess of Perfume Also known as she Who is Beautiful and Water Lily of the Sun, was goddess of both healing and beautification

Nefertem - God of Perfume Also known as He Who is Beautiful and Water Lily of the Sun, was god of both healing and beautification, perfumes and aromatherapy. In ancient Egypt, perfume wasn’t like the.

'Goddess supporting the sky at Dendera.' A goddess is supporting the sky with raised arms on the astronomical ceiling in the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera. A winged sun disk hovers above it.  Via Patty Flagler

'Goddess supporting the sky at Dendera.' A goddess is supporting the sky with raised arms on the astronomical ceiling in the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera. A winged sun disk hovers above it. Via Patty Flagler

Gold and silver mirror The mirror is made from polished silver and the handle is made from gold, and in the shape of the goddess Hathor. Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Thutmose III, 1479-1425BC

Mirror with Handle in the Form of a Hathor Emblem / New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign of Thutmose III / circa BCE / Upper Egypt: Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III, Wadi D, Tomb 1 / Met Museum

The high official Psamtek and the goddess Hathor, late dyn 26, greywacke, tomb of Psamtek at Saqqara, Egyptian Museum

Egyptian with goat horns. The high official Psamtek and the goddess Hathor, late dyn greywacke, tomb of Psamtek at Saqqara, Egyptian Museum

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