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Transcript of Egyptian Mythology
symbols all have certain meanings. Nemes Head cloth worn by Pharaohs GODS The goddess Bastet was usually represented as a woman with the head of a domesticated cat Bastet The cat-goddess, protector of the home. Ptah Ptah was the god of crafts, skills, and the guardian of all knowledge Ptah is often depicted as a bearded man wearing a skullcap Reseph God of war, battle and military operations. Selket She was depicted in the form of a woman with a scorpian on her head. Goddess of healing venomous wounds and magic (Usually seen with horses and chariot) Shu God of air Depicted as a man wearing an ostrich feather headdress Atum represented in human form and as the source of the Pharaoh's power he wears the double crown of Egypt God of creation