A golden statue of the goddess Sekhmet
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In the tomb of Tutankhamun, there is a golden statue of the goddess Sekhmet, who symbolizes strength, war and protection, the goddess Sekhmet sits majestically and majestically and awe. She is the daughter of the god Ra, the wife of the god Ptah, and the mother of the god Nefertum. Sekhmet embodied the power of the sun, war and protection. Her head from the head of a predator, signifies her courage and ability to defend her loved ones. This unique image reflects the culture of ancient Egypt in the New Kingdom, in the Eighteenth Dynasty, circa 1336-1327 BC. The cemetery is located in Western Thebes, a holy city for the ancient Egyptians.

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