Below, you will find more of the Egyptian splendor that I could not fit on the other pages. I hope you enjoy it. Even with the second page of this, I could never fit all I have found here. Enjoy!
More on gods and goddesses: Hathor was worshiped for pre-dynastic times.
She wears a solar disk on her head, is the sky goddess, is the sun goddess, is the moon goddess, and goddess of east, west, moisture, fertility, and underworld.
She was also considered the goddess of joy, motherhood, and love. She was supposed to protect pregnant mothers from all parts of life and lifestyles.
She was also a goddess of music, dancing, and the Nile river. She was called "the eye of Ra".
Khepri was "he who comes into existence." He is a sun god and one of the creator gods.
His head is that of a beetle. I do not mean the British 4 Beetles.
The above are passage-ways built into the pyramids to see and take, of course, out the artifacts.
These pictures came from the internet site explaining the digs done to accomplish this.
Unfortunately, I lost the address of that site.
Taurt was a goddess that looked like an animal but called the Great Lady. She was a daughter of Ra.
Mut was another goddess and called "The Lady of Heaven". She was the queen of the gods and married to Amun.
Her marriage was one of the great holidays of Egypt. Mut was bisexual.
Neith was a great goddess. She was goddess of the hunt, a mother of the gods, a protector of the dead, an "Opener of the Ways" and a guide in the Underworld.
She was an arbitrator between Horus and Seth.