“House of Horus”, “Mistress of the West”, “Eye of Ra”
A hymn to Hathor says: “Thou art the Mistress of Jubilation, the Queen of the Dance, the Mistress of Music, the Queen of the Harp Playing, the Lady of the Choral Dance, the Queen of Wreath Weaving, the Mistress of Inebriety Without End”.
Deities: Aphrodite, Venus, Bat
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Deity: Inanna, Ishtar, Anat, Sekhmet, Isis
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Symbol: Naked woman on horseback with weapons, wearing atef crown or headdress with bull’s horns.
Other Names: Anath, “Mistress of the Sky”, “Mother of all the Gods”, Bin-Ptah – “Daughter of Ptah”
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Deity: Reshpu, Neith, Hathor, Astarte
Symbol: Woman holding shield, spear and axe
Magic: War and aggressive female sexuality
Bastet, Ubasti, Baset, Baast, Lady of Flame, Eye of Ra, Ailuros, Perfumed Protector, Pacht, Pasch
Deity: Artemis, Sekhmet
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Animal: Cats, Lions
Symbol: Sistrum, Aegis
Welcome to the encyclopedia of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. You can view detailed information for each deity, including associations with elements, Sabbats, other gods and more, different names they may have been known by, a description of their origins, stories and lore surrounding them and much more information.
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