Egyptian Baboon (Egyptian God of wisdom ) ( Egyptian monkey) and Hathor goddess of love – hand made Altar statue – made with EGYPTIAN soul
in a perfect scene your Vintage antique of the baboon the Egyptian god of wisdom and Hathor goddess of love and women , made from the beautiful Bronze with amazing hand carving and amazing old touching like the original one , special made for you 😉
Monkeys and baboons played an essential role in Egyptian cosmogony. Various gods were portrayed as these creatures, and some of the earliest deities were sometimes depicted with baboon heads. One of the Four Sons of Horus, Hapy, who was associated with mummification, was represented as a baboon-headed canopic god. The green monkey, particularly when depicted shooting with bow and arrows, was an aspect of the invisible primeval god, Atum.
The baboon also became an aspect of the sun god Re, as well as of the moon god Thoth-Khonsu. The ancient Egyptians who observed the baboon barking at the rising sun gave rise to a favorite theme in sculpture, paintings and reliefs of a baboon worshiping the sun with raised hands. Monkey demons as the companion of the sun god appear in the royal netherworld texts, though along side their positive role was the dangerous aspect of the baboon, whose form could also be assumed by the enemy of the gods such as Apophis and Seth.
Hathor is the goddess of the sky, love, beauty, money, happiness, music, and fertility.
Hathor, in ancient Egyptian religion, goddess of the sky, of women, and of fertility and love. Hathor’s worship originated in early dynastic times (3rd-millennium BCE). The name Hathor means ?estate of Horus? and may not be her original name.
Hathor the cow goddess is among the most famous goddesses worshiped in the ancient Egyptian era. Also referred as “the great one of many names,” Hathor had many titles that made her very important in every sphere of ancient Egyptian life from birth until death. Her worship was widespread in the pre-dynastic era as her name was found on the Narmer palette. Hathor was also known as the goddess of motherhood, joy, and love. The goddess was also known to be the protectress of pregnant women and a midwife. Hathor was also known as the goddess of music and dancing, and in this form, she was represented by the symbol of the sistrum which is an ancient Egyptian instrument. Hathor was also linked with the inundation of Nile and sometimes credited as being the goddess of moisture and fertility.X
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