Faience low relief plaque of a winged, lion headed goddess : News Photo

Faience low relief plaque of a winged, lion headed goddess

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Werner Forman / Contributor
Faience low relief plaque of a winged, lion headed goddess, Egyptian and related Nubian lion headed goddess took various forms, including Hathor for her gentle, protective aspect, and Sekhmet for her wild destructive side. Sudan. Nubian. Meroe. (Photo by Werner Forman/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)
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Faience low relief plaque of a winged, lion headed goddess, Egyptian and related Nubian lion headed goddess took various forms, including Hathor for her gentle, protective aspect, and Sekhmet for her wild destructive side. Sudan. Nubian. Meroe. (Photo by Werner Forman/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)
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Date created:
January 01, 1980
Editorial #:
152204311
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Universal Images Group
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2,621 x 3,251 px (8.74 x 10.84 in) - 300 dpi - 7.11 MB
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Object name:
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