Left: Ushabti Satet – Right: Ushabti Sekhmet
Goddess of the bountiful floods.
Revered as the mother of the Nile river, Satet was viewed as a fertility goddess in relation to the yearly inundation of the Nile and the fertile black soil that came with the flood. Previously barren land blossomed into life.
A sun goddess representing the destructive heat of the sun.
Goddess of destruction and war, whose attributes include battling against sickness and disease.
By Blake Ward and Boky Hackel-Ward
Bronze Monaco 2015
||19,17 × 15,9 × 77,73 cm|
||Bronze Cast Venturi Arte Italy|
||The Spirits Collection|