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Serket
Greek: Selcis
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"One who tightens the Throat"
Serket
Period of
worship
PredynasticRoman Period
Cult center None in particular
Titles "She who gives and takes Breath"
Symbol(s) Scorpion
Association Medicine, poison, and healing
venomous bites and stings
Appearance Anthropoid, scorpion
Father Khnum, Set
Spouse(s) Horus
Issue Qebehsenuef

Serket is an ancient Egyptian protective goddess of medicine, poison, and healing venomous bites and stings. She is associated with scorpions.

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