this goddess was associated with love, dance, music, joy and the womanly arts.
Goddess of beauty, joy, love, dance and music as well as representing fertility, both of land and animals. Usually shown as a woman with a cow's head, or just the ears and horns.
a goddess sometimes depicted as a cow or with cow's horns and ears; associated with joy, music, and love
Egyptian; Protectress of Women in Business. A Hathor's Mirror is very important for the Witch. Hathor was cunning as well as beautiful.
A goddess represented as a cow, as a cow-headed woman, or as a woman with a horned headdress. She is the suckler of the king and "the Golden One". Equated by the Greeks with Aphrodite. Cult centres were in Dendera, Thebes and Memphis.
Goddess portrayed with cow's horns.
Hellenized Greek for Hat Ho meaning "Home of Horus." Hathor is your mother, and all the beauties of motherhood. She is source of the child’s identity and training, thus she is goddess of art and music and theater, all the entertainments of the soul which also guide and shape it. Hathor is nature and nurture.
(Pronounced ‘Haythor' or ‘Hat-hor'.) Sky goddess, daughter of Ra, depicted as a cow or cow-eared woman. Goddess of love and beauty.
Hathor was the goddess of joy, motherhood, and love. Hathor was originally worshipped in the form of a cow, sometimes as a cow with stars on her. Later she is represented as a woman with the head of a cow, and finally with a human head, the face broad and placid, sometimes she is depicted with the ears or horns of a cow.
one of the nine major gods of ancient Egypt, she is a sky goddess and is represented as a cow or as a disk flanked by two plumes; the counterpart of Osiris
In Egyptian mythology, Hathor (Egyptian for house of Horus) was originally a personification of the Milky Way, which was seen as the milk that flowed from the udders of a heavenly cow. Hathor was an ancient goddess, worshipped as a cow-deity from at least 2700 BC, during the 2nd dynasty, and possibly even by the Scorpion King. The name Hathor refers to the encirclement by her, in the form of the Milky Way, of the night sky and consequently of the god of the sky, Horus.
Hathor is a fictional character on the science fiction television show Stargate SG-1, related to Hathor of Egyptian mythology.