Ancient Egyptian Antique Egyptian Menkaure Triads of Stands Goddess Hathor BC
Ancient Egyptian Antique Egyptian Menkaure Triads of Stands Goddess Hathor BC. The Egyptian Museum In Tahrir Displayed A Group Triple Statue Depicting Menkaure With Two Women. This Statue Was Known In Ancient Egypt As The Trinity Statue. The Statue Represents King Menkaure Standing Next To The Deity Hathor To His Right, And The Embodiment Of "Linopolis", The Seventeenth Region Of Upper Egypt, To His Left. Menkaure Wears The Crown Of Upper Egypt And Wears A False Beard. He Also Wears A Short Braided Shindit Kilt And Holds Two Handkerchiefs. Wearing Tight Knitted Gowns And A Three-part Wig, The Two Women Hold A " Shen " Symbol Of Power In One Hand, While Embracing The King With The Other. Hathor Puts Her Usual Crown Consisting Of A Sun Disk Between Two Horns, While The Other Lady Puts A Sign For The Jackal, Which Is The Symbol Of Her Territory. Size: Height: 6.6 inches.
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