Mut, meant mother, in ancient Egyptian language, this Goddess is usually depicted as the Goddess Mother of all living things, was represented by a White Vulture or by a Lion-headed Woman, which at times wears a circular Serpent’ Crown as well can be represented either as a Serpent or a Woman wearing the Crowns of the North and South regions of Egypt.
Egypt, tomb of queen Nefertari. It is one of the best preserved and most ornate of all known tombs. The walls are painted with the deities (from left to right) Serket, Isis, Khepri, Osiris (above entrance), Hathor and Horus. The tomb was discovered in 1904 by the Italian archaeologist Ernesto Schiaparelli. In 2003 the tomb was closed to the general public.
Kalasiris, New Kingdom (1571 -1087 B.C) Women wore kalasiris, which may be worn to cover one or both shoulders or be worn with shoulder straps. While the top could reach anywhere from below the breast up to the neck, the bottom hem touched the calves or even the ankles. This photo shows some ways the kalasiris could be used to wrap around the human figure to achieve different styles. Kalasiris were short sleeved or sleeveless. Women often wore a belt, which held together folds of cloth.