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Item:183599649500Sekhmet of the gods in an ancient Egyptian mythology. Often represented as a lady with the head of a lioness sitting on the throne or standing. She is a member of the Trinity of Memphis (Ptah-Sakhmet-Neftert). Female Goddess. Her titles: The Great Lady Mahbubat Ptah, Ain Ra, Lady of War, Lady of the Earths (Upper and Lower Egypt), Lady of the Libyan Land, and many other titles. The lioness is the sacred animal of the goddess of Manf, whose name means strong.   Shekmat, meaning strong, was always represented as a lady with the head of a lioness or the body of a lady and the head of a lioness sitting on the throne decorated by the sign of the unification of the north and south of Egypt and holding her hand the key of life Ankh, topped by the sun disk and the Cobra snake. She was the center of her worship in Memphis and was considered the wife of Ptah and the mother of Nefertum, the god of Lotus, where they represented the Trinity of Memphis (Ptah Sakhmat and their son Nefertum). The sun god's god was angry at the old Egyptian belief in humans to mock him. So he sent Skhmat to avenge them .. The image of the end of Hathor .. In order to kill these people. However, she was very pleased with this task, so much so that it wiped out almost all human beings. Here, Ra Shekhmat was tricked into giving her large amounts of red colored beer, which resembled the color of the blood.Condition:Very rare pieceHalf a statue, Provenance:Valley of the Kings west of Luxor, Material:Stone Hammer
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The strong lady scolded the symbol of courageous civilization of ancient Egypt