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Aakheperure

Bangalee, Australia

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The uraeus, or cobra was long used in Egyptian art as a symbol of divine power and protection, under the guise of the goddess of Lower Egypt: Wadjet. They appear from the brow of the ruler to the borders of temple walls and ceilings of royal tombs. These cobras, inspired by the Temple of Abydos, wear the red plumed crown of the supreme state god of the New Kingdom: Amun Ra – asserting his power and jurisdiction.

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