Statuette of Horus, lord of Sekhem (Letopolis)
As the powerful creator of the known world, the sun god was often merged with other deities. The falcon-headed Horus, king of the gods and a sky deity in his own right, was frequently conflated with Re—as in this image, where the presence of a solar disk acknowledges their joining.
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