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The Goddess in Egypt: Aset/Isis

Aset in heiroglyphics "Aset’s name, in hieroglyphs, contains the symbols for a throne and an egg. In her earliest depictions, Aset’s headdress is a throne, although later, after she had been syncretised with Hathor, she wore the sun-disc and horn headdress of the latter deity as well, with the throne on top of the disc.186 Again this parallels Inanna, whose headdress was of horns.'" ~ Why Men Made God, Page 140.
Aset with throne headdressAset with disk and horns
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Aset with syncretised headdress