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Serket
Goddess o scorpions, medicine, magic, an healin venomous stings an bites
Serket.svg
the Egyptian goddess Serket. She is eften depictit as a woman wi a scorpion gracin her croun. She haulds the ankh, the seembol o life, in ane haund an a staff, representin pouer, in the ither.
Name in hieroglyphs
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r
N29
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B1
[1]
Major cult centrer= Amarna
Symbol Scorpion
Personal Information
Consort Haroeris or Horus (the Younger)
Affspring Fower sons o Horus
Parents Neith an Khnum or Ra
Siblins Apep, Ra, Thoth, Sobek, Hathor

Serket /ˈsɜːrˌkɛt/, an aa kent as Selket, Serqet or Selcis /ˈsɛlss/, is the goddess o fertility, naitur, ainimals, medicine, magic, an healin venomous stings an bites in Egyptian meethology, oreeginally the deification o the scorpion.[2]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Zauzich, Karl-Theodor (1992). Hieroglyphs Without Mystery. Austin: University of Texas Press. p. 69. 
  2. Pharaonic Gods Egyptian Museum