Selket King Tut Tomb Egyptian Scorpion Goddess Statue 8.25H -
This Selket statue illustrates the Egyptian goddess with her arms outstretched. She was originally placed on one of the four sides of King Tut's coffin box along with three other golden goddesses Isis, Nephthys, Neit. (PN E-334GP)
- Egyptian Goddess Selket Statue is made from crushed stone and resin with hand painted gold and color details, black base.
- Measures 8.25 in H x 3 in W.
Selket is one of the four protector goddesses who protect the shrine that houses the four canopic jars of King Tutankhamun. The Egyptian goddess Selket has healing powers over venomous bites. She was patroness of magician and medics dealing with poisonous bites.
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