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Egyptian Frog Goddess Heket - Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 664-332 B.C.

Egyptian Frog Goddess Heket - Egyptian Museum, Cairo. 664-332 B.C.

Sekhmet Temple 2014, NV

Sekhmet Temple 2014, NV

Égypte / Egypt (3e Période Intermédiaire, 1069 - 664 avant J.-C. / 3rd Intermediate Period, 1069-664 BC), Amulette : chat / Amulet: cat © Musée du Louvre - Georges Poncet

Égypte / Egypt (3e Période Intermédiaire, 1069 - 664 avant J.-C. / 3rd Intermediate Period, 1069-664 BC), Amulette : chat / Amulet: cat © Musée du Louvre - Georges Poncet

The new image of Sekhmet at the Nevada Temple of Goddess Spirituality - August 2014 http://www.sekhmettemple.com

The new image of Sekhmet at the Nevada Temple of Goddess Spirituality - August 2014 http://www.sekhmettemple.com

Egypte / Egypt (basse époque (664-332 av J.-C./Late Period 664-332 BC), Quatre chats assis / Four cats sitting Ⓒ RMN-Grand Palais / Musée du Louvre - Franck Raux

Egypte / Egypt (basse époque (664-332 av J.-C./Late Period 664-332 BC), Quatre chats assis / Four cats sitting Ⓒ RMN-Grand Palais / Musée du Louvre - Franck Raux

Anuket Maat | tsū

Anuket Maat | tsū

Bastet, Egyptian Deities, goddess of cats ,Lower Egypt, the sun and the moon

Bastet, Egyptian Deities, goddess of cats ,Lower Egypt, the sun and the moon

'Hippopotamus,' Middle Kingdom Dynasty, c. 1981–1885 B.C. Egypt, Tomb of Senbi, Faience.

'Hippopotamus,' Middle Kingdom Dynasty, c. 1981–1885 B.C. Egypt, Tomb of Senbi, Faience.

AN ARYBALLOS IN THE FORM OF A HEDGEHOG, EGYPT, PROBABLY RHODES, 600-550 B.C.

AN ARYBALLOS IN THE FORM OF A HEDGEHOG, EGYPT, PROBABLY RHODES, 600-550 B.C.

Hedgehog    Middle Kingdom, XII-XIII Dynasty, 1938-1700 B.C.E. Egypt    Now located in the Brooklyn Museum    When food is scarce, hedgehogs retreat into underground dens for long periods, only to re-emerge in times of abundance. The Egyptians associated this behavior with rebirth and thus wore amulets in the form of hedgehogs or left figures such as this one in tombs.

Hedgehog Middle Kingdom, XII-XIII Dynasty, 1938-1700 B.C.E. Egypt Now located in the Brooklyn Museum When food is scarce, hedgehogs retreat into underground dens for long periods, only to re-emerge in times of abundance. The Egyptians associated this behavior with rebirth and thus wore amulets in the form of hedgehogs or left figures such as this one in tombs.