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Neit, antigua diosa de la guerra y la caza, posteriormente creadora de dioses y hombres, divinidad funeraria, diosa de la sabiduría e inventora. Esposa de Seth y madre de Sobek en el Imperio Antiguo, considerada protectora del faraón, e identificada con la abeja. Protege asimismo a Osiris y a Ra con sus flechas que adormecen a los malos espíritus.

Neit, antigua diosa de la guerra y la caza, posteriormente creadora de dioses y hombres, divinidad funeraria, diosa de la sabiduría e inventora. Esposa de Seth y madre de Sobek en el Imperio Antiguo, considerada protectora del faraón, e identificada con la abeja. Protege asimismo a Osiris y a Ra con sus flechas que adormecen a los malos espíritus.

Pinturas egipcias de papiro de isis -& nefertari-imagen-Artesanía en Stock-Identificación del producto:117542793-spanish.alibaba.com

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Nephthys from a Shroud  Egypt, Probably 2nd or 3rd century BC

Nephthys from a Shroud Egypt, Probably 2nd or 3rd century BC

Detail of a farmer surveying field boundaries, from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun. 18th Dynasty (c.1350 BC), Thebes, Egypt. British Museum

Detail of a farmer surveying field boundaries, from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun. 18th Dynasty (c.1350 BC), Thebes, Egypt. British Museum

Hathor and Sethi I - cobra, necklace bent top staff with forked end

Hathor and Sethi I - cobra, necklace bent top staff with forked end

Cropped version of a relief from the Sanctuary of Khonsu Temple depicting Ramses III. Second ruler of Dynasty 20. Reign: 1186-1155 BC. Preceeded by Setnakhte. Succeeded by Ramses IV

Cropped version of a relief from the Sanctuary of Khonsu Temple depicting Ramses III. Second ruler of Dynasty 20. Reign: 1186-1155 BC. Preceeded by Setnakhte. Succeeded by Ramses IV

Tatenen, "The Egyptian god Tatenen, sometimes written as Tatjenen, symbolizes the emergence of silt from the fertile Nile after the waters of the inundation recede. The meaning of his name is uncertain but may possibly mean "the rising earth" or "exalted earth".

Tatenen, "The Egyptian god Tatenen, sometimes written as Tatjenen, symbolizes the emergence of silt from the fertile Nile after the waters of the inundation recede. The meaning of his name is uncertain but may possibly mean "the rising earth" or "exalted earth".

The banquet scene from the tomb of Nakht, Tombs of the Nobles, Luxor,

The banquet scene from the tomb of Nakht, Tombs of the Nobles, Luxor,