Egyptian Nehebkau & Wadjet 2 Serpents Artifact Carved Sculpture Statue 12" www.Neo-Mfg.com Museum reproduction
Size: 11.5" tall x 12" wide
*THIS IS ONE OF OUR NEWEST SCULPTURES.
Wadjet, the Cobra of lower, northern Egypt. She was the patron deity of the delta city known as Buto and could also be known by this name in the late period.
The cobra was the protector of Kings and Queens and is the symbol that rests on the brow of every king, poised to spit poison at the enemy of Egypt.
In earliest history when the Egyptians looked up at the sprawling star clustered arm of the milky way, they associated it with Wadjet as a heavenly representation.
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