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Ḥw.t-Ḥr / Ahathoor / Hathor

Statuette of Bastet, from the #Egyptian pantheon

Ramesses II with the emblems of Horus and Hathor on his shoulders, Aswan pink granite colossal statue. Egyptian civilisation, New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX. Detail.

Hatshepsut; Egipto; Museo Egipcio; El Cairo, detalle de la estatua de la diosa Hathor con amamantando a Amenhotep II, en Santuario dedicado a Hathor por Tutmosis III, dinastía XVIII; Reino Nuevo; Luxor

Hathor - "personified the principles of joy, feminine love, and motherhood.[3] She was one of the most important and popular deities throughout the history of Ancient Egypt" -Wikipedia

"Mythe osirien" : Osiris porte la couronne Atef, représentant l'âme de Rê, et constituée d'une mitre centrale à rayures verticales colorées, surmontée par un disque, et flanquée de deux plumes d'autruche. Isis, allaitant le pharaon Horus, porte quant à elle la couronne à cornes de vache entre lesquelles se trouve le disque solaire. Cette couronne est également un des attributs de la déesse Hathor - Musée de l’Ermitage, Saint-Pétersbourg, Russie.

Statue of Hathor and the deceased Tomb of Netcherouymes high official of Ramesses II Saqqara

Two columns of cartouches with ornamental borders surrounding the name of the Pharaoh, Ptolemy XII Auletes (80-51 BC) who was the father of Cleopatra VII. In the 3 rd century, a scribe added the name of the goddess Isis. The fragment is from a velum, a curtain that was used to cover a holy image, such as a statue of a deity, in the Temple of Hathor near Deir el-Medina. The velum was probably Ptolemy XII’s gift to the deity, given that his cartouches can be seen on the gate of the temple.

تمثال ل "تويا" مغنية حتحور وكبيرة مسؤلى الإنشاد بمعبدى آمون ومين فى أخميم .. أم الملكة "تى" وجدة الملك إخناتون.. Wooden statue of Tuya (Thuya), 'Singer of Hathor' and 'Chief of the Entertainers' of both Amun and Min, mother of queen Tiye., Louvre museum

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