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The winged Cobra-Goddess Uadjet (at left, with the Red-Crown) and the Vulture-Goddess Nekhbet (at right, with the White Crown) protecting the cartouches of the King; column from the Double Temple of Haroeris (Horus the Ancient) and Sobek at Ombos.

The private tomb of the royal tomb builder, Pashedu, 19th dynasty/1295-1186 BC, Deir el-Medina

Pashedu Drinking Water Beneath a Palm Tree Laden With Dates. Tomb of the royal tomb builder, Pashedu, BC, Deir el-Medina Egypt

aboutegypt:  Hieroglyphs at Kom Ombo (by mad.raf.din)

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs at Kom Ombo. hieroglyphs are an ancient type of ideogram used to convey language.

The tomb of Ramesses IX (KV 6), corridor B. Wall relief, scenes from the Book of the Caverns, PM I, 502 (15), and a doorway to corridor C.  Edition Photoglob, The Theban west bank, the Valley of the Kings (c.1890 [Estimated date.])

Egyptian Mirage: Edition Photoglob, The Theban west bank, the Valley of the Kings [Estimated date.

Nekhbet the vulture goddess clutching shen. The shen symbol ...

Nekhbet the vulture goddess clutching shen. The shen symbol represents infinity and is the same symbol used to surround the cartouches of pharaohs and gods.

Stock Photo: Thèbes, West bank, King’s Valley, Seti I tomb (KV47). Burial chamber, pillared hall before the burial chamber, pillars, Soul of Nekhen .

Stock Photo: Thèbes, West bank, King’s Valley, Seti I tomb (KV47). Burial chamber, pillared hall before the burial chamber, pillars, Soul of Nekhen .

KEMET: TA-miAt , el gato de Tutmosis III

As all cats know through ancestral memory. "See, we were worshipped in ancient Egypt." The Coffin of the She-Cat of Crown Prince Thutmose ('Thutmose V') - New Kingdom.

Kom Ombo

Temples Kom Ombo and Edfu -

Shu from Ancient Egypt

An interpretation of the Milky Way was that it was the primal snake, Wadjet…

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