EGYPTIAN GODDESS SEKHMET STATUE
UNIQUE ART OF EGYPTIAN SEKHMET STATUE ( GOD OF WAR ) HANDMADE ,PAINTED , MADE IN EGYPT
WEIGHT LBS 0.57
HEIGHT 9.05 WIDTH 1.88 length 2.04 INCHES
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Sekhmet, also spelled Sekhmet, in Egyptian religion, a goddess of war and the destroyer of the enemies of the sun god Ra. Sekhmet was associated both with disease and with healing and medicine. Like other fierce goddesses in the Egyptian pantheon, she was called the “eye of Ra “she was the companion of the god Ptah and was worshipped principally at Memphis. She was usually depicted as a lioness or as a woman with the head of a lioness, on which was placed the solar disk and the uraeus serpent. Sekhmet was sometimes identified with other Egyptian goddesses such as Hathor, Bastet, and Mut.
HEIGHT 9.05 WIDTH 1.88 LENGTH 2.04 INCHES
HEIGHT 23 WIDTH 4.8 LENGTH 5.2 CENTIMETERS
WEIGHT 260 GRAMS 0.57 LBS
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EGYPTIAN GODDESS SEKHMET
Egyptian goddess sekhmet statue In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet (/ˈsɛkˌmɛt/ or Sachmis (/ˈsækmɪs/), also spelled Sakhmet, Sekhet, Sakhet, or Scheme, among other spellings), is a warrior goddess as well as goddess of healing. She is depicted as a lioness. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare. Upon death, Egyptian goddess Sekhmet continued to protect them, bearing them to the afterlife.
Sekhmet is a solar deity, sometimes called the daughter of Ra and often associated with the goddesses Hathor and Bastet. She bears the Uraeus, which associates her with Wadjet and royalty, and the solar disk
Sekhmet Egyptian goddess statue was considered the daughter of the sun god, Ra, and was among the more important of the goddesses who acted as the vengeful manifestation of Ra’s power, the Eye of Ra. Sekhmet was said to breathe fire, and the hot winds of the desert were likened to her breath. She was also believed to cause plagues, which were called her servants or messengers, although she was also called upon to ward off disease.
In a myth about the end of Ra’s rule on the earth, Ra sends the goddess Hathor, in the form of Sekhmet, to destroy mortals who conspired against him. In the myth, Sekhmet’s blood-lust was not quelled at the end of battle and led to her destroying almost all of humanity. To stop her Ra poured out beer dyed with red ochre or hematite so that it resembled blood. Mistaking the beer for blood, she became so drunk that she gave up the slaughter and returned peacefully to Ra. The same myth was also described in the prognosis texts of the Calendar of Lucky and Unlucky Days of papyrus Cairo 86637.
|Dimensions||5.2 × 4.8 × 23 cm|
HANDMADE , MADE IN EGYPT