Egyptian Goddess Hathor Hieroglyphs

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Egyptian Goddess Hathor

The ancient Egyptians are believed to have had as many as two thousand Gods and Goddesses.

The roles of these Gods were varied, some of them being major deities and controlling important aspects of Egyptian life whereas others were minor deities and held very specific roles such as looking after child birth or were demons and genies.

In time more detail will be added to cover mythology, statues and history.

Hathor

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Egyptian Goddess HathorEgyptian Goddess Hathor Hieroglyphs
A very old goddess of Egypt, worshiped as a cow-deity from earliest times and sometimes referred to as a sky goddess. She is usually shown with a solar disk flanked by cow horns on her head. At Thebes, she was considered a goddess of the dead. She is also regarded as the patron of love, dance, and alcohol.


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