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English: In Egyptian mythology, Maahes was the lion-headed god of war, whose name means "he who is true beside her". He was seen as the son of the Creator god Ptah, as well as the feline goddess (Bast in Lower Egypt or Sekhmet in Upper Egypt) whose nature he shared. Maahes was a deity associated with war and weather, as well as that of knives, lotuses, and devouring captives.
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Media in category "Maahes"
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- Figurine of a Lion Headed Deity Holding Knife LACMA M.80.203.107 (1 of 2).jpg 868 × 2,100; 405 KB
- Figurine of a Lion Headed Deity Holding Knife LACMA M.80.203.107 (2 of 2).jpg 1,335 × 2,100; 530 KB
- Flickr - archer10 (Dennis) - Egypt-9A-054.jpg 2,560 × 1,920; 4.82 MB
- Maahes 01.jpg 1,600 × 1,200; 676 KB
- Maahes 02.jpg 1,600 × 1,200; 581 KB
- Thronender Gott mit Löwenhaupt, Mahes.JPG 2,592 × 3,888; 3.22 MB