RARE ANTIQUE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN Statue Stela Goddess Sekhmet & Amun 1427-1360 Bc

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller egy.antique (178) 98.2%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 233170793648 RARE ANTIQUE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN Statue Stela Goddess Sekhmet & Amun 1427-1360 Bc About The Object: Amun is considered as one of the most important and powerful gods of ancient Egypt. He existed as early as the primeval times of the Ogdoad cosmogony and evolved as one of the gods responsible for the creation of the world from the chaos that is Nun. He if often represented as bearded man wearing a cap surmounted by two tall plumes made of red ostrich feathers usually seated on a throne holding the ankh on one hand and the was scepter on the other. His name may also be spelled as Amon, Amoun, Ammon, Amoon, or Amen that translates into the “Hidden One” suggestive of his role as the invisible god of the wind and air. His wife and consort in the Hermopolitan worship is Amaunet. Sekhmet is the Egyptian goddess of the sun, war, destruction, plagues and healing. She is one of the oldest deities and one of the most powerful. She is a member of the Memphite (cult center in Memphis) triad together with husband Ptah, the god of creation and wisdom and son Nefertum, the god of sunrise. She is said to be the daughter of the sun god Ra created when his eye looked upon the earth. She is also sometimes seen as a daughter of Nut, the sky and Geb, the earth. Her name may also be spelled as Sakhet, Sekmet, Sachmet, Sakhmet, Sekhet or Sacmis in Greek that translates to “the Powerful One”. She is often represented as a woman wearing a red dress with the head of a lioness wearing a sun disc circled by a cobra on her head. She often holds the ankh – the symbol of life, when seated. When standing or striding, she is seen holding the papyrus specter symbolizing Lower Egypt. However, some scholars believe that she was a deity introduced to Egypt from Sudan because lions are plenty in that area. Height: 9 cmBottom Diameter: 6 cm Origin: EgyptPayment: We Only Accept Paypal Condition: look at the picturesShipping: We guarantee that your product will arrive in fast shipping.Contact Us: We are always there to give you what pleases you.Return: All calls are made with the customer so we know why the product is low because we first want customer satisfaction. If the product is not accepted, the product will be returned in the condition that it was sold to be refunded except shipping charges, but at the customer's expense.About Us: All statues are of high quality, exquisite arts and unique effects are very rare. Condition: “As Shown In Pictures”, Provenance: Luxor, Material: Stone, type: Sekhmet & Amun

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