Satis and Anukis

the two Goddesses Anuket-Anukis (at left) pouring water from two water-jars, and Satet-Satis (at right) on their sacred lotus-boat; detail from the ceiling of the Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Hathor at Iunet


the King making adorations and offering Righteousness and Truth (a statuette of the Goddess Maat) to Khnum enthroned and to the Goddess Satis;  from the Temple of Isis at Philae


the King (wearing the White Crown) making adorations and offerings to Isis (suckling Horus the Child) and to Anukis;
scene from the east wall of the inner shrine of Isis in Her Temple at Philae


sandstone lintel of Amenhotep I and Thutmosis III, from West Uaset:  on the left, King Thutmosis III offering Maat to (from left to right) Amon-Ra “Lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands”, Mut, Khonsu, and Hathor; on the right, King Amenhotep I offering ointment jars to (from right to left) Amon-Ra “Lord of Ipet-Sut”(Ram-headed), Khnum, Satis and Anukis. British Museum


THE FAMINE STELA in the top part of the stele King Djoser, the first King of the III Dynasty(ca. 2686/2613 BC) makes offerings to Khnum, Satis and Anuket


King Ramses II embraced by Satis, and Khnum giving to Him the Ankh (the symbol of Life) and the Uas (the symbol of Power and Dominion);
scene from the north wall of the Inner Sanctuary of the rock-cut Temple of Amon, Khnum, Horus, and Ramses II, Lower Kush/Nubia (50 km south of Aswan, now called Beit Wali)


bronze stele: in the upper register, Isis nursing Horus; in the lower register, from left to right, Satis, Nephthys, and Neith holding a papyrus scepter; in the middle, Nekhbet and Uadjet in Their forms of vulture and uraeus; dated to the I century bc- I CE

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