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Anubis, Patron of mummification, and the dead on their path through the underworld. Ancient Egyptian.

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Been looking for the perfect idea for an Egyptian tattoo and I think this is it!

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Lore Egípcio,Mitologia Egípcia,Anubis,Deusas,Deuses,Arte Da Fantasia,Kemetic Mythology,Symbolism

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"Egyptian Goddess [Newet]", by Mira Katzunova. In the Ennead of Egyptian mythology, Newet (alternatively spelled Nut, Nuit, and Neuth) was the goddess of the sky. Her name is translated to mean 'sky' and she is considered one of the oldest deities among the Egyptian pantheon, with her origins being found on the creation story of Iunu (Heliopolis).

The Keres were Ancient Greek female deities of violent, cruel and painful deaths. They were the daughters of Nyx (goddess of the night) and sisters of the Moirai (the Fates).

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Anubis Nome dado pelos gregos ao Deus com cabeça de chacal associado com a mumificação e a vida após a morte na mitologia egipicia.

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Sculptures at Abu Simbel Temple

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Dios de los dioses del antiguo Egipto, el gran dios de Heliópolis. Akhenaton (décimo rey de la XVIII dinastía egipcia, entre 1372 y 1354 A.C.

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In Egyptian mythology Horus is the hawk-headed god who was born to Isis. He and she are often shown in statues in a way echoed much later by those of Mary with the baby Jesus. Like Jesus, Horus is the product of divine conception. The Eye of Horus was a symbol for resurrection, power, protection and health!

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Sekhmet from Egyptian Mythology (Goddess of War and destruction, and healing) as drawn by Claire Hummel (shoomlah on Deviantart). This was for a remake/remodel on the Warren Ellis forum. "The idea for this particular challenge was to do a modern day version of Sekhmet, as she might appear in comics."

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