Satis (goddess) | representation


Satis was usually pictured as a woman in a sheath dress wearing the hedjet, the conical crown of Upper Egypt, with antelope horns.[9] She is sometimes depicted with bow and arrows; holding an ankh or scepter; or offering jars of purifying water.

She also appears in the form of an antelope.

Her symbols were the arrow and the running river.

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Satet
العربية: ساتت
български: Сатис (богиня)
Deutsch: Satis
Ελληνικά: Σατέτ
español: Satet
euskara: Satis
français: Satis
한국어: 사티스
hrvatski: Satis
italiano: Satet
ქართული: სატისი
magyar: Szatet
მარგალური: სატისი
Bahasa Melayu: Dewi Satet
Nederlands: Satet
日本語: サテト
norsk: Satis
polski: Satis
português: Sátis
slovenščina: Satet
svenska: Satis
українська: Сатіс
اردو: ساتی
Tiếng Việt: Satis
中文: 萨提特