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Fragment of a stela with the goddess Hathor and the Theban triad

Hathor, pictured as a woman with cow’s horns and a solar disk, presents an offering to the Theban triad, composed of Amon-Re, Mut, and Khonsu. Amon-Re, called “lord of the sky and the earth” in the inscription, wears his double-plumed crown and holds the was scepter. Behind him is the goddess Mut, also pictured with horns, sun disk and wadj scepter, wearing her distinctive vulture headdress. Behind them is their son, Khonsu; only his head with the side lock of childhood is preserved.

S. 12374
Stone / limestone
18.5 x 21.5 x 3.8 cm
1330–1300 BCE
New Kingdom
Eighteenth Dynasty
Gebelein / area of the temple of Hathor
Schiaparelli excavations (1910)
Sala 05 Vetrina 07
Museo Egizio