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Диадема царицы Сат-Хатхор-Иунит. Ок. 1800 до н. э.

Диадема царицы Сат-Хатхор-Иунит. Ок. 1800 до н. э.

Goodness Egiptian - Bastet

Goodness Egiptian - Bastet

The Left Wall of the Tomb of Sennedjem- Egypt, after the New Kingdom.

The Left Wall of the Tomb of Sennedjem- Egypt, after the New Kingdom. The Ancient Egyptian artisan Sennedjem lived in Deir el-Medina on the west bank of the Nile, opposite Thebes, during the reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II

Pharaoh Amenemhat lll,1860 - 1814 BC (12th Dynasty ) Egyptian Museum.

“ Amenhotep I ”

Some scholars believe she died, while others speculate she was elevated to the status of co-regent, equal in power to the pharaoh, and began to dress herself as a man. Some say she became known as Pharaoh Smenkhkare, ruling Egypt after her husband’s death. Others suggest she was exiled when the worship of the deity Amen-Ra came back into vogue. Her mummy has not been found. (part 3)

Some scholars believe she died, while others speculate she was elevated to the status of co-regent, equal in power to the pharaoh, and began to dress herself as a man. Some say she became known as Pharaoh Smenkhkare, ruling Egypt after her husband’s death. Others suggest she was exiled when the worship of the deity Amen-Ra came back into vogue. Her mummy has not been found. (part 3)

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Pandora (Greek Mythology Series)   what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill

Pandora (Greek Mythology Series) what of the end? these beat their wings at will, the ill-born things, the good things turned to ill

Egypte Ancienne, art et religion

Egypte Ancienne, art et religion

Gullveig was a Vanir Goddess of healing obsessed with gold. In the hall of Odin, Gullveig was assaulted by the gods. She was brutally tortured and burnt three times in a great fire. Each time she was burned in the fire, at the fire’s wane she was reborn. The Vanir demanded reprise for the treatment of Gullveig, and a war broke out between the gods that lasted for 10 years before the Vanir won. Risen from the fire at last Gullveig was reborn as Heid, and practiced the craft of seiõr.

Gullveig was a Vanir Goddess of healing obsessed with gold. In the hall of Odin…

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