This page is under construction.  Eventually, there will be links to each center of worship, with photos and information about each site.

Atfih (Aphroditopolis)
Abu Simbel
Abydos
el-Ashmunein (Hermopolis Magna, Khnum)
Beni Hasan
Busiris (Abusir)
Busbastis
Byblos (Gubla, Jebeil)
Deir el-Bahari
Deir el-Medina
Dendera (Iunet, Tentyris)
Edfu (Apollinopolis Magna, Djeba, Mesen)
El-Kab (Nekheb)
Faras
Gebelein (Per-Hathor)
Heliopolis (Iunu)
Hiw (Hut-sekhem, Diospolis Parva)
Ihnasya el-Medina (Herakleopolis Magna)
Imet (Nebesha?)
Kom Abu Billo (Terenuthis)
Kom el-Hisn (Imu, Momemphis)
Kom Ombo
Medjden (near Assiut)
Medjed (Deir Durunka)
Memphis (Men-nefer)
Mirgissa
Lower Nubia (Wawat)
Philae
Punt
Qis (Cusae)
The Red Mountain
Rohesa (near Latopolis)
Sais
Serabit el-Kadim (Sinai)
Sinai
el-Sirria (Axwj)
Ta-Djeser (The Land of God)
Terraneh
Thebes (Waset)
Tihna el-Gebel (Tehne, Akoris)
Timna
Upper Nubia (at Kalabsha)

 

 

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Standard-bearer of Het-Hert during the 18th Dynasty

 

 

 

 

 

Reference for image

Standard-bearer of Het-Hert from Dynasty 18, from the Karnak cachette of Thebes, now in the Cairo Museum, in Edna R. Russmann's Egyptiain Sculpture: Cairo and Luxor, p. 143.  The statue was repaired and re-inscribed by the high priest of Amun, Shoshenq, later King Shoshenq II of the 22nd dynasty, who had the figures of Amun and Wesir cut on the chest and kilt.

References

Baines, John, and Jaromír Málek, Atlas of Ancient Egypt
Helck, Wolfgang, "Hathor," Lexikon der Ägyptologie, Band II, p. 1024.
Schafik, Allam, Beiträge zum Hathorkult (bis zum Ende des Mittleren Reiches)

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