Horus symbol. Horus was the son of the Great Goddess, Isis, conceived by his virgin mother after the death of her brother/husband Osiris. (She brought him back to life, and he ruled over the Underworld from then on.) Horus was considered the savior of mankind by the Egyptians, who interceded for them with the gods and Goddess.

Statue of Horus in falcon form. Horus was the son of the Great Goddess Isis, conceived by his virgin mother after the death of her brother-husband Osiris

Hatshepsut  15th century BC  The most famous female king of Egypt was Hatshepsut, who reigned in her own right.  She attained unprecedented power for a woman, adopting the full titles and regalia of a pharaoh.

Seated Statue of Hatshepsut Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Date: ca. Thebes, Deir el-Bahri & Asasif, Senenmut Quarry & MMA tombs possibly Asasif, MMA

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The Egyptian goddess Bastet is one of the earlier deities of the Nile region, and the daughter of Ra, the sun god. She was the goddess of fire, cats, of the home and pregnant women.

Ahhotep I | existio ahhotep i ii iii o ahhotep era una reina tan polifacetica que ...

Queen Ahhotep armlet, the mother of Ahmose I, who was a pharaoh of ancient Egypt and the founder of the dynasty.

Taweret, Late Period (ca. 712–332 b.c.)  Egyptian  Faience Taweret and other closely related goddesses were created from a blending of lion, hippo, crocodile, and human attributes. The three animals were some of the fiercest species found in ancient Egypt and combining their strengths produced a most potent deity and therefore amulet. Taweret's particular responsibility was the protection of women during pregnancy and childbirth.

Taweret, Late Period (ca.) Egyptian Faience The hippopotamus goddess gave laughter and milk to the birthing mother, and protected the child.

Rare Egyptian Statue of Meretseger, New Kingdom, 19th-20th Dynasty, circa 1295-1070 BC

Limestone statue of Meretseger, ca BC. Meretseger exerted great authority during the New Kingdom era over the Theban Necropolis & was considered to be both a dangerous & merciful goddess. As a cobra-goddess she is sometimes assoc.

Anubis era el Señor de las necrópolis, la ciudad de los muertos, que se situaba siempre en la parte de la ribera occidental del Nilo. Según las creencias egipcias, era el encargado de guiar al espíritu de los muertos al "otro mundo", la Duat. Vigilaba el fiel de la balanza en el Juicio de Osiris.

the Egyptian war-god Monthu. He was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man with two plumes and a sun disk. He was also said to have the head of a bull when enraged. God of warfare, the sun and valor

Uma pintura na tumba de minnakhte (T87)    Mostra Uma Villa Tebas rodeada por um jardim plantado com diferentes tipos de árvores, incluindo o sycamore. Minnakhte era superintendente de celeiros do alto e baixo Egito, uma nomeação de prestígio e importância do estado, durante o reinado de Tutmés III. Ele também era supervisor de cavalos do Senhor das duas terras. Novo Reino, 18 ª Dinastia, CA. 1479-1425 A.C. Xeque Abd El Qurna, oeste de Tebas.  Who’s Who in Ancient Egypt, Livro de Michael…

Uma pintura na tumba de minnakhte (T87) Mostra Uma Villa Tebas rodeada por um jardim plantado com diferentes tipos de árvores, incluindo o sycamore. Minnakhte era superintendente de celeiros do alto e baixo Egito, uma nomeação de prestígio e importância do estado, durante o reinado de Tutmés III. Ele também era supervisor de cavalos do Senhor das duas terras. Novo Reino, 18 ª Dinastia, CA. 1479-1425 A.C. Xeque Abd El Qurna, oeste de Tebas. Who’s Who in Ancient Egypt, Livro de Michael…

3 - Hatshepsut Se ignora el momento exacto del nacimiento de Hatshepsut, aunque es de suponer que sucediese en la por entonces capital del estado, Tebas, a finales del reinado de Amenhotep I. Ante la falta de descendencia del faraón, el sucesor designado era el padre de Hatshepsut, el futuro Tutmosis I (Tutmose I), quien para poder legitimar su inminente acceso al trono se había tenido que casar con la princesa Ahmose.

Who was the better leader - Ramses II or Queen Hatshepsut? Rank the leaders of Ancient Egypt and cover ELA and Social Studies standards Grade 6 interactive critical thinking project!

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