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the Goddess Uadjet in Her form of Uraeus spreading Her wing as a sign of protection towards the God Khonsu; before Her is represented the Shen-ring (symbol of Eternity and of Eternal Protection). Khonsu is represented falcon-headed, wearing the full Moon with the crescent, and holding the Ankh (the symbol of Life) and the Uas-scepter of Power and Dominion. From the Temple of Khonsu in the Ipet-Sut Precinct of Amon-Ra at Uaset, Diospolis Megale-Thebes.

"Temple of Millions of Years" of King Ramses III at West 'Uaset'-Thebes, detail from pillar of the chapel 5 (one of the north chapels of the First Hypostyle Hall): the God Khonsu, falcon-headed, wearing the Lunar disk with the Crescent

Stock Photo: Thebes, West bank, Kings Valley, tomb of Montou-Her-Kopechef (KV19). Left wall, Montuherkhopeshef and Qebehsenuef (scene 6).

Stock Photo: Thebes, West bank, Kings Valley, tomb of Montou-Her-Kopechef Left wall, Montuherkhopeshef and Qebehsenuef (scene

The deceased and his mummy protected by Anubis (encaustic wax on linen). Coptic, (3rd Century

The deceased and his mummy protected by Anubis (encaustic wax on linen). Coptic, (3rd Century

Prince Montuherkhepeshef, son of King Ramses IX, offering a libation to the Goddess Sekhmet;  from the "House of Eternity" of Montuherkhepeshef, (KV 19), West Diospolis Megale, Thebes

Sekhmet

Prince Montuherkhepeshef, son of King Ramses IX, offering a libation to the Goddess Sekhmet; from the "House of Eternity" of Montuherkhepeshef, (KV West Diospolis Megale, Thebes

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Reliefs depicting Battle Scenes Early Dynasty 18 probably reign of Amenhotep II 15th century BCE from Thebes el-Asasif sandstone (1)

Reliefs depicting Battle Scenes Early Dynasty 18 probably reign of Amenhotep II century BCE from Thebes el-Asasif sandstone depicting Asiatic foreigners

Hathor as a cow

Egypt: Hathor, Lady of Beauty

The crown in the picture is an Atef, most typically depicted on Osiris.  The objects on the left and right of the Atef are ostrich feathers.

White Crown of the North. [called the Hedjet. Pharaohs of Upper Egypt wore them and some who did: Heru (Horus) Nekhbet]

Papyrus of Anahi. the dead woman with her hair forwards and bending her body as a sign of respect. XX Dynasty. Ancient Egypt . British Museu...

Papyrus of Anahi. the dead woman with her hair forwards and bending her body as a sign of respect.

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