Seller: mahhas67 (35) 100%, Location: elasafra, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 401907204046 Sekhmet of the gods in ancient Egyptian mythology. Often represented as a lady with a lioness head sitting on the throne or standing. Is one of the members of the Triad of Memphis (Petah - Sekhmet - Nefertam). Female goddess. Her titles: The Great Lady of Mahabooba Ptah, Ein Ra, Our Lady of War, Our Lady of the Terranes (Upper and Lower Egypt), Our Lady of the Libyan Land, the mighty and many other titles. The lioness is the sacred animal of the goddess of Memphis Sekhmet, whose strong name means. Sekhmet, meaning the powerful, was always represented as a lady with a lioness head or as a lady and a lioness head sitting on the throne adorned by the sign of the unification of north and south Egypt and holding the key to life Ankh, with the sun disk and cobra above her head. The center of worship was in Memphis and was considered the wife of Ptah and the mother of Nefertum lotus god where they represented the triad of Memphis (Ptah Sekhmet and their son Nefertum). Ra the sun god Ra in the ancient Egyptian belief angered humans to mock them. He sent Sekhmet to avenge them .. The avenged image of Hathor .. In order to kill these people. Sekhmet, however, enjoyed this task so much so that people wiped out almost all human beings. Here Ra deceived Sekhmet by giving her large quantities of red colored beer, which resembles the color of blood, so she drank it and drunk and calmed down until she stopped killing.