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Dendera, Egypt, Luxor - Thebes, Middle East, Monument

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'Massive sunk relief of Cleopatra (Cleopatra VII) and her son Caesarean decorates the south wall of the Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt. Cleopatra wears the solar disk and horns associated with the goddess Hathor as well as the Atef crown while Caesarean wears the double crown of Egypt (the Pschent). Dedicated to Hathor, goddess of love, beauty, music and motherhood, the main temple dates from the Graeco-Roman era although a temple stood on the site during the Old Kingdom.'
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