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Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979) - Luxor - Valley of the Queens. Tomb of Nefertari. Staircase. Mural paintings. Cartouche encloses Queen given name Nefertari Mery-en-Mut, "The Fairest of Them All, Beloved of the Goddess Mut." (Dynasty 19, Ramses II, 1290-1224 BC) (QV66 - 333379)

[EGYPT 29521] 'Outer hypostyle hall of Hathor Temple at Dendera.' The columns in the outer hypostyle hall (or pronaos) of the Hathor Temple at Dendera are crowned by four-sided capitals carved with the face of the cow-eared goddess. The faces symbolize the four cardinal points of the universe and stress the universal character of the sky goddess Hathor, who was also called "Lady with the four Faces". Here we are looking towards the eastern end of the hall. The ceiling has recently been…

Menat necklace in Dendera.’ The crypt below the southern wall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera was used for the safe keeping of several sacred objects and statues used in the rites of Hathor.

Qadesh is a goddess adopted into the ancient Egyptian religion from the religion of Canaan, popular during the New Kingdom. She was a fertility goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure. Qetesh wearing the headdress of Hathor, standing on a lion she holds a lotus flower to Min and a snake to Resheph In the Qetesh stele, she is represented as a frontal nude standing on a lion between Min of Egypt and the Canaanite warrior god Resheph. She is holding snakes in one hand and a lotus flower…

Isis-is a goddess from the polytheistic pantheon of Egypt. She was first worshiped in Ancient Egyptian religion, and later her worship spread throughout the Roman Empire and the greater Greco-Roman world. Isis is still widely worshiped by many pagans today in diverse religious contexts; including a number of distinct pagan religions, the modern Goddess movement, and interfaith org