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head of the cow goddess Hathor    Porphyritic diorite   Dynasty 18, 1417-1379 B.C.   Commissioned by Amenhotep lll

Head of the cow goddess Hathor [Porphyritic diorite Dynasty B.] Commissioned by Amenhotep lll - This is the more traditional depiction of Hathor (see the other Hathor post on this board for details.

Outer coffin of Queen Merytamun (M10C 119) | Photograph by Harry Burton ~ 1929 ~ Archives of the Egyptian Expedition ~ Department of Egyptian Art.

Outer coffin of Egyptian Queen Merytamun Photograph by Harry Burton, Archives of the Egyptian Expedition, Department of Egyptian Art

The face of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears. A fragment of a capital from a column. 3rd century BC. Go for a vacation to the Ancient Egypt now with us. #hathor #statue #ancientegyptians #Egypttour

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

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This is an Egyptian cat god named Bastet. She remains in of the most popular goddesses of Egyptian history and remain one of the most popular animals in egypt.

Sekhmet Egyptian Goddess:

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

Isis

An Egyptian turquoise glazed composition pectorial in the form of a winged Isis. Late New Kingdom, circa 1000 B.

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

Head of a cow ~  From the tomb of Amenhotep-II

*EGYPT ~ HEAD of a COW: From the tomb of Amenhotep II, this wooden sculpture is evidence of the importance of cattle to the ancient Egyptians.The animals served as beasts of burden+food sources+even lent their features to several gods.

Hathor Temple, Dendera, Upper Egypt, built 1st century BC – 1st century AD. Relief depiction of a cow and ducks among the papyrus and lotus flowers.

Relief depiction of a cow and ducks among the papyrus and lotus flowers.

An ancient Egyptian silver sistrum in the form of the janiform head of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears, each side of the wig incised with a uraeus, one wearing crown of Upper Egypt, the other wearing crown of Lower Egypt. (Christie's)

An ancient Egyptian silver sistrum in the form of the janiform head of the goddess Hathor, with cow ears, each side of the wig incised with a uraeus, one wearing crown of Upper Egypt, the other wearing crown of Lower Egypt.

Egyptian Cow Goddess Mask Hathor ...limited edition by Merimask

Hathor Leather Mask, bronze and gold by *merimask Artisan Crafts / Costumery / Masks *merimask

Univers Mininga

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Western Asiatic Gold Lid with a Head of a Bearded Bull with Turquoise Inlay Gold with turquoise inlay.

Koning Sethos I en Hathor, godin van de liefde ~ Negentiende dynastie ~ Beschilderde kalksteen

Pharaoh Sety I and the goddess Hathor Dynasty: BC) painted relief Florence, Museo Archeològico.