Egyptian goddess Hathor

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an egyptian painting depicting two women in ancient egypt, one holding a vase and the other looking at another woman's head
Goddess Hathor in Egyptian mythology
an ancient egyptian painting depicting the life of pharaoh tutane
Goddess Hathor in Egyptian mythology
an ancient egyptian statue with horns on it's head
Goddess Hathor in Egyptian mythology
an ancient egyptian painting on the side of a wall in a room with other items
Ancient Egyptian Goddess Hathor
Goddess Hathor at her shrine of Abu Simbel, receiving an offering from Queen Nefertari.
a statue of an egyptian woman sitting next to a cow in a room with red walls
Egyptian Goddess Hathor
a statue of an egyptian woman and child in front of a building with red walls
Egyptian Goddess Hathor
The iconography of the goddess Hathor. Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
an ancient statue with two heads on it's head and one in the foreground
The Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt.
Images found near the Sacred Lake at Dendera in 1918, and only published in 1987 by Cauville.
an old statue is shown in black and white
The Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt.
Images found near the Sacred Lake at Dendera in 1918, and only published in 1987 by Cauville.
an old statue with no shirt on is shown in this black and white photo,
The Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt.
Images found near the Sacred Lake at Dendera in 1918, and only published in 1987 by Cauville.
an ancient statue is shown in this black and white photo
The Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt.
Images found near the Sacred Lake at Dendera in 1918, and only published in 1987 by Cauville.
an ancient egyptian relief depicting the god horus with his arm raised up in front of him
Temple of Hathor
the God Ihy the Child, with the sidelock of youth and a finger on his lips, wearing the Two falcon Feathers Crown with the Solar disk and holding the 'Heqa'-scepter and the Flail. "House of Birth" (the Mammisi of the Roman period) of the Sanctuary of the Goddess Hathor at (Dendera), south exterior wall, detail from the first intercolumnar wall
an ancient bask with two men and one woman
Hymn to the goddess Hathor, "Drumming Joyfully for Hathor" Temple of Hathor at (Dendera)