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Tomb of pharaoh Seti I, Valley of the Kings, KV17, Egypt. A hippo and a crocodile near the midplane of the ceiling are configurations the Egyptians placed in the northerly sky.

A hippo (goddess Taweret) and a crocodile (god Sobek) near the midplane of the ceiling are configurations the Egyptians placed in the northerly sky. Tomb of pharaoh Seti I, Valley of the Kings, Egypt.

Sekhmet is among the most ancient of the early Egyptian deities known as the goddess of joy. She is another form of the triple goddess who presides over birth, life, and death

Sekhmet (Egyptian Goddess of the Sun, War, Destruction, Plagues and Healing) often called the Daughter of the Ra (the Egyptian Sun God)

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamun (pharaoh Tut) 1333-23 B.C., the king is holding a scimitar with his right hand, ready to slay two lions whose tails are grasped in his left hand.

Egyptian ceremonial shield, from the tomb of Tutankhamen egypt school project

Egypt, Thebes, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Tausert, Expanded by Setnakht, Antechamber to burial chamber, Mural painting KV14D

Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Tausert, Expanded by Setnakht, Antechamber to burial chamber

Ceiling (detail), tomb of Ramses Vl. Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Photo by JD Dallet

Ceiling (detail), tomb of Ramses Vl. Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Photo by JD Dallet

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