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Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, reign of Menkaure, ca. ca. 2490-2472 BC schist Giza, Valley Temple of Menkaure Excavated by G.A. Reisner for Harvard-BMFA in 1908-10 JE 46499
Four triads were found in the Valley Temple of Menkaure, grandson of Khufu, at Giza. Originally, there were probably eight of these, each representing the king with Hathor and the deity of one of the administrative areas (called nomes) where this goddess had a major cult center. This triad represents the king wearing the tall white crown of Upper Egypt, with Hathor, great sky goddess and divine mother of the king, on his right and the patron deity of the Bat. nome (located in Middle Egypt) on his left. In the inscription, the nome goddess promises to give the king “all the good things that come from Upper Egypt”.
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