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The great god of the Nile was called Hapi. In sacred art, he was depicted as a man, somewhat overweight to symbolize abundance, and with female breasts to symbolize the river’s fertile properties. He is an ancient god, to the Egyptians as well as modern man,...
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by the goddesses Nekhebet and Wadjet, respectively (Figure 14). The choice of gold to represent the red crown on Tutankhamun's jewelry was not incidental.
Egyptian Gods & Goddesses Handout
First Face: Great Mother Goddess Archetypes: Shakti, Demeter, Gaia
Goddess Archetypes: Inanna, Nekhebet,. Persephone, Kali-Uma, Priest/esses of Eleusis. Male Archetypes: Hades/Pluto, Osiris, Anubis.
Origin of the Caduceus Motif
Kingdom, circa 2800 to 2250 bc depicts the goddesses Nekhebet and Sati.
Narmer Palette Narmer Mace Head
Over Narmer's head flies Hathor in her Mut/Nekhebet vulture transformation. namesake of Nekheb-Nekhen, a neighborhood of Edfu.

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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Nekhebet
Nekhebet was the vulture-goddess of Upper Egypt whose cult center was the city of Nekheb. She was a protective deity of the south along with Seth. - Wonders of Ancient Egypt
Dedicated to the wonders, mysteries, religion and history of ancient and modern Egypt. With details and resources relating to various Egyptian topics. - Egyptian Gods and Goddesses : Amun, Anubis - Wonders of Ancient and Modern Egypt. Wonders.
Nekhebet. A woman with the head of a vulture.
Ahmose Pen-Nekhebet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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