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Statuette of Amun, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22, ca. 945–715 b.c. Egyptian
During the Late Period and Ptolemaic times otters were represented in bronzes statuettes such as this one, standing, forepaws raised, atop small bronze boxes. The pose of raised paws signifies the otter's adoration if the sun god when he rises in the morning. In myth otters were attached to the goddess of Lower Egypt Wadjet, whose cult was centered in Buto, in the northern Delta.
Gold and silver mirror.The mirror is made from polished silver and the handle is made from gold, and in the shape of the goddess Hathor. She is the goddess of beauty and sexuality and can be shown in the form of a woman with cow’s ears..Found in Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 foreign wives. Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Thutmose III, 1479-1425BC............SOURCE ANCIENTPEOPLES.TUMBLR.COM.......