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Bailarina. Ostraca.

Bailarina. Ostraca.

Espejo con mango en forma de Hathor. Imperio nuevo. Dinastía XVIII. Reino de Thutmosis III, 1479–1425 aC. Alto Egipto; Tebas, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud. Tumba de la 3ª esposa de Thutmosis III.

Espejo con mango en forma de Hathor. Imperio nuevo. Dinastía XVIII. Reino de Thutmosis III, 1479–1425 aC. Alto Egipto; Tebas, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud. Tumba de la 3ª esposa de Thutmosis III.

Mona Lisa. Botero.

Mona Lisa. Botero.

Potnia Theron (Mistress of Animals)  Minoan goddess.

Potnia Theron (Mistress of Animals) Minoan goddess.

Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris, France

Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris, France

Elephant, Late Naqada II (ca. 3650–3300 b.c.) Egyptian Serpentine, bone Few amulets from the Predynastic Period are known. In the past, Egyptologists identified these amulets as representing a bull's head, but the round face and eyes, the horns that curve inward to the face, and a snout with a defined ridge make a strong argument for its identification as an elephant.

Elephant, Late Naqada II (ca. 3650–3300 b.c.) Egyptian Serpentine, bone Few amulets from the Predynastic Period are known. In the past, Egyptologists identified these amulets as representing a bull's head, but the round face and eyes, the horns that curve inward to the face, and a snout with a defined ridge make a strong argument for its identification as an elephant.

Faience model of a female dwarf. From the 'Main Deposit' at Hierakonpolis

Faience model of a female dwarf. From the 'Main Deposit' at Hierakonpolis

Figurine of a Seated Woman Period: Late Naqada II Date: ca. 3450–3300 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Possibly Naqada Medium: Limestone, organic material, paint, malachite

Figurine of a Seated Woman Period: Late Naqada II Date: ca. 3450–3300 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Possibly Naqada Medium: Limestone, organic material, paint, malachite

In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet, was originally the warrior goddess as well as the goddess of healing for Upper Eqypt. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare. by Muninn

In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet, was originally the warrior goddess as well as the goddess of healing for Upper Eqypt. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare. by Muninn

Female Figurines of bone and ivory Predynastic Naqada I Egypt 4000-3600 BCE....

Female Figurines of bone and ivory Predynastic Naqada I Egypt 4000-3600 BCE....

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