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Temple of the Goddess Hathor at Nitentóre (Dendera),
detail from the lower frieze of the east side of the facade:
the Child-God Ihy playing the sistrum and the ‘menat’-necklace before Hathor (wearing a composite Double Crown with ram’s horns and two feathers and the Solar disk with cow’s horns), Horus of Behdet (wearing a composite Double Crown with ram’s horns and two feathers), and Harsomtou (falcon-headed, wearing the Solar disk with the two fethers).
Below, a row of lotus flowers and buds

“House of Birth” of the Sanctuary of the Goddess Hathor at Nitentóre (Dendera),
detail from the second intercolumnar wall (south outer face):
the Goddess Hathor suckling Harsomtou the Child (Ḥr-sm3-t3wy, ‘Horus the Unifier of the Two Lands’), and Ihy the Great in His aspect of youthful God (with the sidelock of youth and a finger on His lips) wearing the Double Crown and holding the ‘Ankh’ in His right