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Egyptian Mythology The God Harsaphes, also know as Egyptian God Khnum bas-relief. Khnum, also spelled Khnemu, Khnum was originally a water God who was thought to rule over all water, including the rivers and lakes of the underworld. He was also said to have co-created each Man & Woman from the Clay Mud of the Nile River on his Pottery Wheel. Khunm is depicted with the Head of a Ram, which is the Symbol of Fertility.

Egyptian god Harsaphes (also known as Heryshaf). An ancient ram god. He is a god of creation and fertility born out of the primeval waters. He was identified with Ra and Osiris, as well as Heracles from Greek lore.

Ahmose-Nefertari, kingdom of Ramsesse II :: display at: Torino Museo Egizio Regina, Italy

*EGYPT ~ Ahmose-Nefertari, kingdom of Ramsesse II :: display at: Torino Museo Egizio Regina, Italy

IMP. ANTIGUO. VI Dinastía: Pepi I. Dos estatuas cobre batido, cubiertas yeso dorado. Una imagen dentro de la otra.

*EGYPT ~ Pepi II reigned from c. 2278 BC until his death at 2184 BC. He was the pharaoh of Dyn His throne name, Neferkare (Nefer-ka-Re), means "Beautiful is the Ka of Re". He succeeded to the throne at age six, after the death of Merenre I

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Statuette de la nejeret Maât. Un uraeus... Une plume en or sur la tête... Le Caire.

Statuette of the Neter (goddess) Maat. Wearing the Ureaus and the feather of the sacred Bennu Bird.

* Sheshonq II mask  _ Heqakheperre Shoshenq II was an Egyptian king of the 22nd dynasty of Egypt. He was the only ruler of this Dynasty whose tomb was not plundered. His final resting place was discovered within Psusennes I's tomb at Tanis by Pierre Montet in 1939.  _887–885 BC, 22nd Dynasty_*

Sheshonq II mask _ Heqakheperre Shoshenq II was an Egyptian king of the

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