March 29, 2015
Represented here from left to right are:
Ptah-Sokar-Wesir, Hathor-Sekhmet, Heruwer, Set, (Set again! :)), and Thoth (aka Djehuty)
A flat view of Ma'at, a statue of Ma'at, a statue of Sekhmet better seen in this link...
No glyphs for Ptah-Sokar-Wesir, and yes, this image has been long a part of my sacred space, seen in this link back in 2013, serving as an icon for Ptah, and now it's serving for Ptah-Sokar-Wesir.
While the other icons have identifying glyphs, this one does not, so it's flexible that way. :) Besides,
there's A LOT of glyphs necessary to spell out this deity's name!|
Hethert-Sekhmet's image has only the identifying glyphs for Hethert, and this is because it derives from
a scene in Horemheb's tomb, KV57. So how to make up the difference? I put underneath the visible image, another image, a photo of a statue of Sekhmet at the Met museum. This to me suggests Hethert-Sekhmet's changeable nature isn't readily apparent. She's all happiness and dancing until some injustice (isfet) makes her very, very angry! To supplement this, I placed a tiny reclining lioness statuette nearby. Where I to have used all the glyphs, Hethert-Sekhmet's identification would include the following:
Heru-Wer (translated as Horus the Elder, but more exactly as Horus-the-Great, as opposed to "Horus-the-Kid"), is represented in a laser-cut plaque I designed and had cut in 2009. I received the Eye-of-Horus pendent as a gift, and this is a perfect spot to place it. Heru-Wer's glyphs are:
You may recognize the source of the colorful icon of Set, adapted from the illustration for the poem "Remember", which I wrote last December. There are many ways to write Set's name, I've chosen the most common.
And at far right, we have Thoth (Djehuty), a digitally colored drawing I did back in 2007. Thoth's glyphs can include the glyph for bearded male god:
What's on the shelf down below? Here is the view which includes everywhere here:
Close up of center section...
Close up of top right-hand side...
April 2, 2015:
Close up of bottom right-hand side, after image switching, here's Wepwawet.