An Egyptian pendant representing Uræus, the cobra which embodies the northern part of ancient Egypt, the "Lower Egypt".
- Stainless steel pendant: quality 316L steel, nobly patinates over time, water resistant
- Resistant pendant: meshed, reinforced and elegant structure
- No form of discomfort on your skin
- Neat and precise details
- Chain length: 23.5" (60 cm) | Pendant size: 25x34 mm | Weight: ~32 gr
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In Egyptian mythology, Wadjet, also called Bouto (from Βουτώ/Boutố in Greek) or Outo (from Οὐτώ/Outố in Greek) is a cobra goddess from the city of Bouto (Dessouk) in the north of the Nile Delta. She is the protector of Lower Egypt (the part of Egypt the closest from the Mediterranean Sea).
Wadjet and Nekhbet
In her role as protector of the pharaoh, Uræus is associated with the vulture goddess Nekhbet, symbol of Upper Egypt. Together, they form the redundant symbol of the Two Lands (the Upper Egypt and the Lower Egypt) united in the name of pharaoh. Both were present on the pharaonic crowns. On the walls of temples and tombs, the Uræus appeared as a woman wearing the red crown of Lower Egypt (while Nekhbet appeared as a woman wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt).
Still standing beside the vulture goddess Nekhbet, they are "the two mistresses" (or "the two ladies").