Limestone statue of the Syrian deity Reshep with Egyptianizing iconography
Late Period, Dynasty 20-24 (ca. 1200-715 BCE), small statue about eight inches high

Reshef, (also Resheph meaning 'lightning') is a Near Eastern deity that was absorbed into the Egyptian pantheon. This is a God of war, storms and thunder. He's also called Baal-Hadad, or Baal-Sapon (Baal Zephon), "Lord of Thunder". Sharing many of Set's characteristics, he became more associated with Set after the New Kingdom. He's depicted as a warrior who holds a shield in his left hand, a club in his right, and upon his head is the White Crown with a horned gazelle. The gazelle is a very ancient symbol of the god which indicates his sovereignty over the desert.

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