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Cow
Red Scarf
The Seven Hathors
Added the Ukh symbol (see below)

Manifestations

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Symbols

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References for Images

Manifestations

Het-Hert in the Triad of Menkaure in Mohamed Saleh's The Egyptian Museum Cairo: The Official Catalogue, pl. 33
Het-Hert as cow in The Papyrus of Ani, in Raymond Faulkner's The Egyptian Book of the Dead, pl. 37.
Het-Hert as a lioness from the Temple of Dakka, in M. GŁnther Roeder's Der Tempel von Dakke, pl.115.
Sycamore Goddess from the Third Intermediate Period, Eleni Vassilika's Egyptian Art, p. 91.
Het-Hert as Hippopotamus in The Papyrus of Ani, in Raymond Faulkner's The Egyptian Book of the Dead, pl. 37.
Het-Hert as falcon from Temple of Dendera, in Sylvie Cauville's Le Temple de Dendera, p.52.

Serpent deity in David Silverman's Searching for Ancient Egypt: Art, Architecture, and Artifacts, p. 36.
The Seven Hathors in Chassinat and Daumas' Le Temple de Dendara, vol. 6, pls. DXLVII and DXLVIII.

Symbols

Horns and disk of Het-Hert in the tomb of King Sety I, inGay Robins' The Art of Ancient Egypt, p. 168.
Menat  in Capel and Markoe's Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven: Women in Ancient Egypt.
Het-Hert head on 3rd Intermediate Period sistrum, in Guillemette Andreu's Ancient Egypt at the Louvre, p. 170.
Bronze mirror of 18th Dynasty, in William H. Peck's Splendors of Egypt, p. 41.
Late Period sistrum in Mohamed Saleh's The Egyptian Museum Cairo: The Official Catalogue, pl. 264.
Late Period sistrum in Florence Dunn Friedman's Gifts of the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Faience, p. 103.

Mammisi of Aset at Philae
Digital painting of Ukh-symbol © 2002 Neferuhethert
Shen ring from King Tutankhamen's pectoral, in Cyril Aldred's Jewels of the Pharaohs, pl. 104.

Monumental Gateway of Nectanebo I at Philae, in Dieter Arnold's Temples of the Last Pharaohs, p. 123.
Eye of Ra from King Tutankhamen's pectoral, in Kamal El Mallakh'sThe Gold of Tutankhamen, pl.96.
Priestess of Het-Hert Imy wearing red scarf, menat, and carrying sistrum,  from the tomb of Ihy, TT186, in Mohamed Saleh's Three Old-Kingdom Tombs at Thebes, fig. 59.   (colored and re-touched in Photoshop, © 2002 by Neferuhethert. )
Painted terra cotta jar in Mohamed Saleh's The Egyptian Museum Cairo: The Official Catalogue, pl. 219.
Wine jar and lid of the 18th dynasty, in David Silverman's Searching for Ancient Egypt: Art, Architecture, and Artifacts, p. 216.

Wensheb symbol in Chassinat and Daumas' Le Temple de Dendara, vol. 6, pl. CCCCLXVIII.
Crown of Electrum from A.E. Mariette's Denderah, vol. 3, pl. 60 (colored in Photoshop by Neferuhethert)

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