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Ancient Egyptian deities: The Two Ladies
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Two Ladies

Nekhbet and Uto     Nekhbet and Uto, the protective goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt.
Then a king will come from the South, Ameny, the justified, by name, Son of a woman of Ta-Seti, child of Upper Egypt. He will take the white crown, He will wear the red crown; He will join the Two Mighty Ones,
The prophecies of Neferti
M. Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Vol.1, p.143
 

 
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