RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES Statue Of Hathor Sky GODDESS Blue Glazed Stone BC

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Seller: lux_market (129) 99%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 254336301553 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES Rare Egypt Statue Of Hathor Blue Glazed EGYPT Stone BC Item Description: HATHOR HATHOR : is one of the most famous goddesses of Ancient Egypt She was originally a personification of the Milky Way, which was considered to be the milk that flowed from the udders of a heavenly cow (linking her with Nut, Bat and Mehet-Weret). As time passed she absorbed the attributes of many other goddesses but also became more closely associated with Isis, who to some degree usurped her position as the most popular and powerful goddess. Yet she remained popular throughout Egyptian history. More festivals were dedicated to her and more children were named after her than any other god or goddess of Ancient Egypt. Her worship was not confined to Egypt and Nubia. She was worshipped throughout Semitic West Asia, Ethiopian, Somlia and Libya, but was particularly venerated in the city of Byblos. HATHOR : She was known as "the Great One of Many Names" and her titles and attributes are so numerous that she was important in every area of the life and death of the ancient Egyptians. It is thought that her worship was widespread even in the Predynastic period because she appears on the Narmer palette. However, some scholars suggest that the cow-headed goddess depicted on the palette is in fact Bat (an ancient cow goddess who was largely absorbed by Hathor) or even Narmer himself. However, she was certainly popular by the Old Kingdom as she appears with Bast in the valley temple of Khafre at Giza. Hathor represents Upper Egypt and Bast represents Lower Egypt. HATHOR : was a Sky goddess, known as "Lady of Stars" and "Sovereign of Stars" and linked to Sirius (and so the goddesses Sopdet and Isis). Her birthday was celebrated on the day that Sirius first rose in the sky (heralding the coming innundation). By the Ptolemaic period, she was known as the goddess of Hethara, the third month of the Egyptian calendar . Size:Height : 19.5 cm / 7.67 inchChest width : 5.5 cm / 2.16 inchBottom Length : 6.8 cm / 2.67 inch Payment: - We Accept PayPal Only - To Safe Your Money. Shipment : - We Provide the Best Fast Shipping Service from Egypt to the World using DHL each product has a tracking number.- We Offer Combine Shipping Select all Items you need and get special Discount. Returns : - Your Satisfication Is Our So For Any question please contact us and we promised our customer to do any thing to make them satisfied.-We refund you money after your return the piece at the same condition as shipped . Condition: - Perfect Condition as shown in pictures.- 100 % Egypt Luxor Hand Carved Stone. About Us: - We are 4rd generation family business specializing in Ancient Egyptian Rare Antiques ,Civilization and Ancient Art. Condition: As Shown In Pictures - Original Condition - Blue Glazed, Provenance: LUXOR EGYPT, Material: Stone

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