Uret-Hekau

Uret-Hekau, “the Great of Magic/Great Enchantress” , lioness-headed, wearing the Solar Crown with the Uraeus; detail from the north wall, eastern half, of the Great Hypostyle Hall of the Great Temple of Amon-Ra at Ipet-Sut (the highly sacred Precinct of Amon-Ra at Uaset, Diospolis Megale-Thebes)

King Sethi I making adorations and offering a clepsydra (with an image of Thoth in His form of Baboon) to the Goddess Uret-Hekau; Uret-Hekau, “the Great of Magic/Great Enchantress” , is represented lioness-headed, wearing the Solar Crown with the Uraeus, holding the Ankh in Her left and the Papyrus-scepter in the right; above the King is represented the Goddess Uadjet in the form of a serpent-headed vulture with outstretched wings as a sign of protection; from the north wall, eastern half, of the Great Hypostyle Hall of the Great Temple of Amon-Ra at Ipet-Sut (the highly sacred Precinct of Amon-Ra at Uaset, Diospolis Megale-Thebes)

two of the three western pillars of the Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Hathor and Queen Nefertari at Meha, Lower Kush/Nubia:
on the pillar at left, Uret-Hekau (lioness headed) and Hathor;
on the pillar at right, Satis and Maat

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