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Sekhmet idol

The statues of the goddess, known as The Lady of War, were found in the ground at the Colossi of Memnon area on the city's west bank, which used to be a capital for ancient Egypt

Archaeologists discovered 27 fragmented statues of the fierce lion-headed goddess Sekhmet in Egypt's southern city of Luxor. The black granite statues of the goddess, known as the Lady of War, were found in the ground at the Colossi of Memnon area on the city's west bank, which used to be a capital for ancient Egypt.

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