Egyptian handmade papyrus shows a portrait of a King with a blue crown of the war offering Louts flowers to the Goddess Hathor

Egyptian handmade papyrus shows a portrait of a King with a blue crown of the war offering Louts flowers to the Goddess Hathor

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Egyptian handmade papyrus shows a portrait of a King with a blue crown of the war offering Louts flowers to the Goddess Hathor

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  • Egyptian handmade papyrus shows a portrait of a King with a blue crown of the war offering Louts flowers to the Goddess Hathor.
  • Hathor was a major goddess in the ancient Egyptian religion who played a wide variety of roles. As a goddess of the Sky, she was the mother or consort of the sky god Hours and theGod Ra, both of whom were connected with kingship, and thus she was the symbolic mother of their earthly representatives on earth.
  • Goddess Hathor used to represent as a cow in the sense of maternal love of mothers.
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    An Egyptian handmade papyrus shows a portrait of a King with a blue crown of the war offering Louts flowers to the Goddess Hathor.  Hathor was given the epithets "mistress of the sky" and "mistress of the stars", and was said to dwell in the sky with Ra and other sun gods. She repressed as a cow in the sense of maternal love of mothers. Thus, the soldiers or kings who were going to wars were keening on getting her blessings to be protected during the war. The picture Is framed by Hydrographical letters identify war.

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