[2013] isabelp802: Egyptian Goddesses

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[2013] isabelp802: Egyptian Goddesses

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Egyptian Goddesses

Isis- the Goddess of Magic and Healing.

Hathor-Goddess of Love

Bast-Goddess of Cats

Isis's cult Heliopolis worshiped her in Nubia Egypt. The heiroglyph the throne represents her. She has the head of a bird called the kite.

Hathor's totemic form is a cow and her heiroglyph is House of Horus. The name of her cult is Dendra.

Bast and her cult Bubastis worships her near the Nile River and her hyroglyph means "she the perfume jar

Cult Map

Eye of Horus


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