The “abode of Horus” refers to his mother, a goddess who is therefore named Hathor, or Athor.
Here he waited, not knowing how he should break in upon the Hathor.
Women were great musicians, playing on many instruments, especially the sistrum, sacred to the goddess Hathor.
To the court of the Temple of Hathor, that is before the shrine.
Thus Re saved a remnant of mankind from the bloodthirsty, terrible Hathor.
"This is that Goddess who dwells in the Temple of Hathor," he said.
Hathor was widely worshiped, but was not otherwise especially noteworthy.
"I would be led to the presence of the Hathor," he answered.
On her head is placed the horned disc,--in honor of Hathor,--the sacred vulture, and the horns of Isis.
"No woman hath willed to look upon the Hathor," said the priest.
goddess of love and joy in ancient Egypt, from Greek Hathor, from Egyptian Het-Hert, literally "the house above," or possibly Het-Heru "house of Horus."