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  1. Uraeus - An emanation of Horus II, his "Eye" and agent, but not a councilor. (Web site)
  2. Uraeus: The cobra is an emblem of Lower Egypt. (Web site)
  3. Uraeus is the rearing cobra with an inflated hood, associated with the goddess Renenutet. (Web site)
  4. The uraeus was the hieroglyphic for "Goddess" and signified healing. (Web site)
  5. The uraeus was often added to the brow of the king as part of his headdress. (Web site)


  1. His headdress is a ram's head surmounted with a solar disk and uraeus. (Web site)
  2. Sometimes he is pictured wearing the atef crown and the uraeus. (Web site)
  3. In front of this is a ram-headed uraeus with upraised human arm supporting a flail (fig. (Web site)
  4. He is also depicted as a man with the head of a ram, a frog, an Uraeus (royal cobra), a crocodile, or as an ape. (Web site)
  5. She probably was a very ancient god of fertility, whose image has been assimilated to the uraeus.

Woman Wearing

  1. Fire was embodied in the and in its symbol the uraeus which spit fire.
  2. Shown as a woman wearing a disk with horns and a uraeus. (Web site)
  3. The idea of a crown in the mountain would have been implied by its "uraeus" right from the beginning. (Web site)
  4. Hathor was portrayed as a cow with a stylized sun between her horns, or a woman wearing a headdress with horns, the stylized sun and sometimes a uraeus.
  5. You resume your form as yesterday-You are lord of the Uraeus (i-rt).- VI. Gebel Barkal as Residence of Kamutef and Source of the Royal Ka.

Solar Disk

  1. The son of Neith, Sobek was symbolized as a human with a crocodile head crowned by a solar disk and cobra uraeus or a pair of plumes.
  2. The Apis bull was depicted with the solar disk between its horns and also bearing the uraeus (cobra amulet) on its head. (Web site)
  3. This strong, fertility, bull god was symbolized as a bull with a solar disk between his horns, wearing the cobra uraeus on his head.


  1. According to this myth, the eye of the sun god, which is shaped into the form of the uraeus on his forehead, can leave and return.
  2. Wepwawet is often portrayed with a uraeus, a form of Wadjet.
  3. Apis Apis is god of Memphis illustrated as bull, crowned with the sun disc and a uraeus. (Web site)
  4. By its name, however, the Pr-wr was especially identified with the uraeus goddess Nekhbet (Arnold 1981). (Web site)
  5. The hieroglyph for Ra is an open mouth, an extended arm and a God seated with a sun and Uraeus upon its head.


  1. Below the uraeus is the upraised arm sign for the word ka. (Web site)
  2. At the brow was often seen the Uraeus as a sign of royal power.

Sun Disk

  1. Sekhmet was depicted as a lion-headed woman with the sun disk and uraeus serpent headdress. (Web site)
  2. Horakhty, Horus of the Horizon, wore the sun disk on his head with the uraeus.
  3. The south entrance to the New Kingdom temple of Montu built by Amenhotep III (18th dynasty) in Karnak has a large winged sun disk with uraeus over it. (Web site)


  1. On his head he wore the royal crown and uraeus. (Web site)
  2. In Egyptian art Buchis wore a disk between his horns from which rose plumes and the uraeus. (Web site)


  1. She wears a solar disk on her head, frequently decorated with a uraeus serpent, and carries an ankh and a sceptre. (Web site)
  2. Sometimes he wears the uraeus on his brow and may be depicted holding the sistrum and the menal necklace which were his symbols. (Web site)


  1. The uraeus, a symbol of the sun, was often portrayed spitting fire at the sun's enemies. (Web site)
  2. She is generally portrayed as a woman with the head of a lioness surmounted by the solar disk and the uraeus. (Web site)


  1. Before the face of the Osiris hovers a blue winged sun-disk surrounded by an uraeus. (Web site)
  2. A conventionalized and winged form of the "uraeus" is shown in Fig. (Web site)
  3. However, the winged uraeus here seems to be Neith (see inscription).


  1. In the register over it are shown , two waters, that are guarded by jackals and Uraeus snakes ( View 102).
  2. Chensit was the wife of Sopdu and the daughter of Ra, and was depicted as an uraeus.
  3. The goddesses Nekhbet and Uazet in the form of uraeus snakes joined him at his side.
  4. When considered a patron of the pharaoh's army, he was shown with the symbol of royal authority - the uraeus. (Web site)
  5. The goddess protector of this necropolis, (situated west of Thebes) was named MERESGER, and she appeared in the shape of a snake or an Uraeus.

Falcon-Headed Man

  1. As Ra he is a falcon-headed man wearing the uraeus, the coiled cobra, and sun disc. (Web site)
  2. He is wearing a headdress of the uraeus or snake, solar disk, and double plumes. (Web site)
  3. He was also depicted wearing a uraeus, symbolic of his authority, as creator. (Web site)
  4. He was represented as a falcon or a falcon-headed man wearing the solar disk and double crown or the uraeus and the atef crown. (Web site)


  1. He was represented as a bull crowned with the solar disk and uraeus-serpent.
  2. To say: The uraeus-serpent is for heaven; the centipede of Horus is for the earth. (Web site)


  1. In other scenes the mountain appears as a cut-away shrine with the pinnacle represented as a uraeus rearing from its front. (Web site)
  2. Geb is intimately associated with the kingship of Egypt through the uraeus symbol, which he gave to the king as a symbol of his power.
  3. In a relief of Ramses II at Abu Simbel, the pinnacle is pictured as a uraeus wearing the White Crown (fig. (Web site)


  1. Sometimes Montu is shown with a double Uraeus. (Web site)
  2. The falcon headed god of war, Montu wears a solar disc, two tall plumes and uraeus. (Web site)


  1. The form of the rearing cobra of Buto on a crown is termed the uraeus.
  2. Uraeus The cobra is an emblem of Lower Egypt. (Web site)
  3. The Uraeus originated from the goddess Wadjet, who was seen as a cobra.
  4. She was associated with the uraeus (rearing cobra), lionesses, and royal crowns.
  5. The crown of Upper Egypt is protected by an oversized cobra (royal uraeus). (Web site)


  1. The uraeus appears as a symbol worn on the crown or headdress of royalty. (Web site)
  2. Symbols: cobra, Udjat, Red Crown and the cobra-headdress or uraeus worn by royalty. (Web site)


  1. He is often pictured as a hawk or as a hawk headed man with a solar disk encircled by a uraeus on his head.
  2. The deity of Bubastis was the great goddess Bast, who is represented with a disk encircled by a uraeus on her head and holding a lotus-sceptre in one hand. (Web site)
  3. He was usually depicted in human form with a falcon head, crowned with the sun disc encircled by the uraeus (the sacred cobra). (Web site)


  1. Part of the uraeus (sacred obra), the nose and the ritual beard are now missing. (Web site)
  2. This Sphinx represents King Thutmosis III wearing a striped "Nemes" headcloth protected by an Uraeus and a false beard. (Web site)


  1. They were also adorned with the uraeus and the symbols of kingship.
  2. This god was presented as a man with a falcon's head, adorned with two feathers and a solar disk decorated with two uraeus (cobras).


  1. A divinity of ASSIOUT, represented also as a black dog with one or two uraeus between his paws.
  2. Tefnut ( Lioness, sometimes the Uraeus Serpent) Primordial divinity created by Atum or, in some mythologies Ptah. (Web site)


  1. As a royal lady, Qedmerut wears the uraeus, the protective rearing serpent, on her forehead.
  2. The third demon is a recumbent lion with a uraeus on its forehead. (Web site)
  3. As a human woman, she was shown with a queen's headdress, with the uraeus on her forehead. (Web site)
  4. All wisdom is in the mouth of thy majesty; Thy uraeus is on thy forehead, thou drivest away the miserable.
  5. She is crowned with the ostrich plumes of Maat, the Egyptian goddess of Justice, and on her forehead is the Uraeus serpent, Lord of Life and Death.
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