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She was a goddess of nature, beauty and sexual pleasure. Originally, her husband was the god Reshepa Syrian deity whose worship was introduced to Egypt during the Middle Kingdom. When her worship spread to Egypt she was associated with the fertility god Min.

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During the rise of the Egyptian Empire see map below during the period of the New Kingdom the ancient Egyptians were influenced by the cultures of many other countries.

Fact 5 on Qetesh: As she was connected with fertility and sexuality many images of the goddess portrayed her as naked or semi-naked. The ancient Egyptians adopted a policy of assimilating some of the important foreign deities, such as Astarte IshtarBa'al and Mekalas they were cautious not to offend gods worshipped by other civilizations. In the above picture the goddess is wearing the headdress of Hathor the Egyptian sky goddess of love, joy and fertility and the patroness of song, dance and ecstatic states. Theban stelae.

Fact 7 on Qetesh:. Fact 6 on Qetesh: In the above picture the goddess is wearing the headdress of Hathor the Egyptian sky goddess of love, joy and fertility and the patroness of song, dance and ecstatic states. Fact 4 on Qetesh: The ancient Egyptians adopted a policy of assimilating some of the important foreign deities, such as Astarte IshtarBa'al and Mekalas they were cautious not to offend gods worshipped by other civilizations.

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The lotus symbolized the sun, of creation, rebirth and regeneration Fact 8 on Qetesh: She stands on a male lion, which is unusual as most depictions of this animal are the female lioness representing war. The image of the goddess depicts her standing on a lion with her consort Resheph the god of plague and war who was originally worshipped in Syria and Min the Egyptian god of rebirth and renewal. Fact 7 on Qetesh: She holds the lotus flower in one hand and a snake in the other hand.

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Fact 3 on Qetesh:. Facts about Qetesh This article contains fast, interesting, fun facts about Qetesh for research, schools, students and kids providing an insight into the lives and religious beliefs of the ancient Egyptians. The sexuality of both of these goddesses resulted in obvious comparisons. In the area covering Canaan and Syria called the Levant the cult of this goddess involved her acolytes replicated the sacred marriage between the goddess and Resheph.

Fact 1 on Qetesh: This goddess originated in Canaan and was the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure. Fact 10 on Qetesh:. Map of the Egyptian Empire showing the location of Syria and Canaan.

Fact 10 on Qetesh: In the area covering Canaan and Syria called the Levant the cult of this goddess involved her acolytes replicated the sacred marriage between the goddess and Resheph. Fact 8 on Qetesh:.

Fact 9 on Qetesh:. Fact 3 on Qetesh: During the rise of the Egyptian Empire see map below during the period of the New Kingdom the ancient Egyptians were influenced by the cultures of many other countries.

Qetesh, the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure Qetesh Theban stelae The Goddesses of Egypt - Qetesh Fact Sheet Fact 1 on Qetesh: This goddess originated in Canaan and was the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure. Additional, interesting facts and information about ancient Egypt, and its mysterious gods and goddesses, is also available via:. The Egyptians also called her Qedeshet, Quadesh, or Qudshu.

She holds the lotus flower in one hand and a snake in the other hand. The Gods of Egypt: Qetesh Discover the legends and myths and religious beliefs surrounding Qetesh, the Egyptian fertility goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure originated in Canaan, part of the ancient Egyptian Empire.

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Qetesh, the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure. Additional, interesting facts and information about ancient Egypt, and its mysterious gods and goddesses, is also available via: The Gods of Ancient Egypt Index. This practice is called 'syncretism' which means the fusion of gods, religious practices and beliefs and their integration into an existing system. Cookies Policy.

Fact 5 on Qetesh:. The lotus symbolized the sun, of creation, rebirth and regeneration.

Qetesh Qetesh Interesting research information and Facts about the Egyptian goddess Qetesh Qetesh, the Egyptian goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure Stories and Legends in Egyptian Mythology associated with Qetesh Facts and information about the gods and deities of of classical Egypt for schools, research and kids Qetesh, the Egyptian goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure. Fact 6 on Qetesh:. Fact 1 on Qetesh:. Qetesh, the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure Qetesh Theban stelae.

As she was connected with fertility and sexuality many images of the goddess portrayed her as naked or semi-naked. She stands on a male lion, which is unusual as most depictions of this animal are the female lioness representing war.

Qetesh, goddess of Egypt. Fact 2 on Qetesh: The image of the goddess depicts her standing on a lion with her consort Resheph the god of plague and war who was originally worshipped in Syria and Min the Egyptian god of rebirth and renewal. This goddess originated in Canaan and was the goddess of sacred ecstasy and sexual pleasure.

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