Goddess Auset (Isis) blessing and giving Ankh (life) to King Seti I Abydos Temple
Sekhmet Egyptian Goddess:
Pharaoh Senusret I
The goddess Hathor giving an ankh to Nefertari, one of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great.
Unguent vase from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Elongated vase flanked with floral openwork ornamentation, cut from a single block of alabaster. On the neck of vase is the head of Hathor, on the bowl are two beasts pertaining to the god, and the rectangle below contains the protocol of the king. The ornamental stand is flanked with ankhs
Tree of Life, Djed, and Ankh - "Ankh" - symbol of life - thoracic vertebrae of a bull, "Djed" - symbol of stability - base or sacrum of a bull's spine, "Was" - symbol of power and dominion - a staff made from a dried bull's penis.
No mud...No lotus.
Menat of Taharqo ( The Met NY )
Ninhursag, Enlil, Inanna, & Ninhursag. Innana uses divine alien powered weapons. She was granted privileges & powers by Anu, she was given a sky-ship + the Indus Valley.