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Painting of Selket from the Tomb of Khaemwaset

Painting of Selket from the Tomb of Khaemwaset

Detail of a painting in the Tomb of Khaemwaset, QV 44 in the Valley of the Queens at Thebes. Selket was the Egyptian goddess of scorpions and magic. She was also the 'Lady of the Tent', referring to the embalming tent, in which the body of the deceased was prepared for the Afterlife. She is seen here raising her left hand, wearing a symbol of a scorpion on her head.
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December 08, 2005
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