Description Nekhbet (female) was often depicted as a vulture (representing purification), always seen on the front of pharaohs double crown. Nekhbet usually was depicted hovering, with her wings spread above the royal image, clutching a shen ring (representing infinity) in each of her claws.
Francisco 'Paco' Dozier, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Thanks for stoppin' by and have a delicioso día!
THE FINE PRINT
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