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the image or personification associated with the Ancient God Khufru

the image or personification associated with the Ancient God Khufru

Nefertem - God of Perfume Also known as He Who is Beautiful and Water Lily of the Sun, was god of both healing and beautification, perfumes and aromatherapy.

Nefertem - God of Perfume Also known as He Who is Beautiful and Water Lily of the Sun, was god of both healing and beautification, perfumes and aromatherapy.

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified.  They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

Cat mummies from ancient Egypt. Cats were thought to represent the goddess, Bastet. From 332 B.C. to 30 B.C. animals were raised for the specific purpose of being mummified. They were sold to people on the way to worship a god, as an offering to be left at their temple.

Set with a lapis lazuli scarab that supports the solar disk in motion, gold cloisonné pectoral, flanked by two serpents surmounted by the white crown comes from the funerary furnishings of King Sheshonq II at Tanis. It evokes the rebirth of the dead king in the form of a scarab. ~ Cairo Museum, Egypt ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Set with a lapis lazuli scarab that supports the solar disk in motion, gold cloisonné pectoral, flanked by two serpents surmounted by the white crown comes from the funerary furnishings of King Sheshonq II at Tanis. It evokes the rebirth of the dead king in the form of a scarab. ~ Cairo Museum, Egypt ~ Miks' Pics "Acnient Egypt" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/ancient-egypt/

Deep turquoise faience winged pectoral scarab. Late Period. 26th dynasty. 664-525 B.C. | Cleveland Museum of Art

Deep turquoise faience winged pectoral scarab. Late Period. 26th dynasty. 664-525 B.C. | Cleveland Museum of Art

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