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Statue of Sekhmet from the temple of Mut. granite, Luxor, New Kingdom/1403-1365 BC

Sekhmet from the temple of Mut at Luxor, granite, B., in the National Museum, Copenhagen

Statue of Goddess Sekhmet currently in the Vatican Museum. - SEKHMET, egyptian goddess, represented with the head of a lioness and a woman's body and on her head a sun disk, the head of lion is a symbol of strength and power to destroy enemies.

Statue of Goddess Sekhmet currently in the Vatican Museum. - SEKHMET, egyptian goddess, represented with the head of a lioness and a woman's body and on her head a sun disk, the head of lion is a symbol of strength and power to destroy enemies.

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Egyptian Princess (Scota) The original Irish and Scottish. Gaels were descended from a princess named Scota. She married Mil and gave him eight sons

ancient egypt artifacts | Go Big': Ancient Egyptian artifacts goddess Of War statue 305 - 30 BC

Ancient Egyptian black basalt Sekhmet, the bloodthirsty and violent Goddess of war and divine vengeance. Ptolemaic 305 - 30 BC x

Statue of Neb-Ra, Priest and Standard-bearer of the Goddess Sekhmet; now in the Luxor Museum, Egypt

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"Statue of Neb-Ra, Priest and Standard-bearer of the Goddess Sekhmet; now in the Luxor Museum" ^**^ ян йозеф лиферс

Sekhmet - the lion-headed woman - the protector of Ma'at (balance or justice)

In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet, was originally the warrior goddess as well as…

AN EGYPTIAN DIORITE HEAD OF THE GODDESS SEKHMET, THEBES, 18TH DYNASTY, REIGN OF AMENHOTEP III, 1390-1353 B.C.

An Egyptian Diorite Head of the Goddess Sekhmet, Thebes, Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, B. Height 14 in.

*This Falcon was named ''horus'' *Horus had many different forms He was the brother of Osiris Set and Nephthys

this is an example of the iconography of the Horus Falcon. this specific design was created by TigerHouseArt. it was titled Ancient Egyptian Falcon Art.

Figure of a baboon on a basket  664–332 B.C.  Egypt  Faience  (2 5/16 in)

Figure of baboon on a basket and with a pillar, the shebet offering Period: Late Period Dynasty: Dynasty Date: B.

Head of King Amenmesse Wearing the Blue Crown  Period:     New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty:     Dynasty 19 Reign:     reign of Amenmesse Date:     ca. 1203–1200 B.C.

Head of King Amenmesse Wearing the Blue Crown Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Reign: reign of Amenmesse Date: ca.

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Canopic vase under the protection of Qebehsenuef from the tomb of Tjuya (Egypt 1300 BC) - wife of Yuya, a key adviser for Amenhotep III Egypt

Statue of Sehkmet - the Egyptian goddess of war but also of healing.  Her breath created the desert.

Statue of Sehkmet in the chapel of Ptah at Karnak Temple, Egypt. Private viewings can be arranged here. This statue has an amazing presence

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. 3rd century BC, Ptolemaic. located in Louvre Museum.

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. Go for a vacation to the Ancient Egypt now with us.

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