Egypt BC Antique Rare Statue of God Hathor Ancient Egyptian Antiquities. It was named in the past by the name of Bat and was found on the Narmer Palette.
It was symbolized by the Omnia cow. Her worship took place between the city of Ashmounin near Fayoum and the city of Abydos near Sohag. Its owners made it sometimes in the form of a cow, and sometimes in the form of a woman with cow's ears or two horns on her head. They had the symbol of righteous motherhood.
And in her name, Hathor, that is, the house of Hour, or the sanctuary of Hour, indicates that. She is the one who gave birth to the orphan Horus, son of Isis, and nursed and protected him.
Thus, she became a mother to him and to all nature, as a symbol of the sky. Then they made her a shepherd of the dead and settled her spirit in what was planted at their graves of sycamore trees. And imagine that she sometimes roams the desert west of the Nile in the form of a lioness to protect the graves there.
Its name is still alive in the name of the third month of the Coptic year (Hatour), and it is included in the modern Egyptian calendar. That the Item Will Delivered to You As Shown in Pictures Therefore we recommend that you see the picture well and then take your decision and take your responsibility. Condition: Good Condition As shown in pictures. Provenance: Stone in the Desert of the Egyptian City of Luxor.Thank You For your time to view our listing and appreciate your time. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Other Decorative Collectibles". The seller is "luxor_antiques" and is located in this country: EG. This item can be shipped worldwide.