Egyptian Gods

This is a collection of sculptures and figurines of Egyptian deities, who were idolized and worshiped throughout the early history of Egypt. These figurines and sculptures were used in homes or other buildings in Ancient Egypt, displaying their loyalty to these Gods and Godesses. These pieces were all found in Egypt, some pieces dating as far back as the Ptolemaic Period. These items were made from different mediums, also indicating the time they were created.

This bronze figurine is of the jackal-headed God, Anubis. He is the God of the Dead, and son of Seth, an evil deity. He helps Osiris, his father's enemy. Possibly from Old Kingdom. Almost 6" tall.
This figurine is of the falcon-headed God, Horus. He is the God of war, and son of Osiris and Isis. Found in Egypt. Possibly from the Old Kingdom. Approx. 12" tall.
This is a bronze sculpture of Horus in his animal form, wearing the crown of both Upper and Lower Egypt, signifying the kingdoms have been united. (664-30 B.C.E.) Late-Ptolemaic Period 11" tall.
Here we see part of a sculpture, made of diorite, of the lion-headed godess Sakhmet. She is the Godess of fire and vengeance. Found in Thebes, Egypt (1390-1392 B.C.E.) New Kingdom 3'3" tall.
This is a bronze sculpture of Hathor, the God of Love. This is also said to be a different form or "alter-ego" of Sakhmet. Found in Memphis, Egypt. (664-30 B.C.E.) Late-Ptolemaic Period 7 1/2" tall.
This is the sculpture of Isis. Isis is the wife of Osiris, and the mother of Horus. She is the Godess of marriage. Made of faience. Found in Egypt. (305-30 B.C.E.) Ptolemaic Period 2 3/4" tall.
This is a sculpture of Isis holding her son, Horus, who will soon come to be known as the God of war. Found in Saqqara, Egypt. Made of slate. (644-525 B.C.E.) Late Period 7' 1/2" tall.
This is the sculpture of Mut, Godess of the sky and stars. She is the wife of Geb, God of the Earth. Made of schist. Found in Egypt. (644-525 B.C.E.) Late Period 6 3/8" tall.
This is the bronze figurine of Bastet, Goddess with the head of a cat. She's the protector of children/pregnant women. Also protects Ra, the Sun God. Egypt. (700-300 B.C.E.) Late Period Over 7" tall.
Here we see a sculpture of Thoth, the scribe God/God of wisdom, in his animal form, which is a baboon. Made of faience, which is a ceramic glaze. Egypt. (664-525 B.C.E.) Late Period Almost 8" tall.
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