April 14th, 2008 by sabrina

Waset is an Egyptian Goddess who personified the city of Thebes. Her name, sometimes written as Wasret or Wosret, means “the powerful female one”. She was often depicted with a bow, arrows, and an axe, symbolizing the military might of her city of Thebes. She can be recognized by her headdress, which consists of a sceptre with a feather on top.

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