Sebiumeker was an anthropomorphic god of procreation the Meroitic (Nubian) pantheon. His main center of worship is in the temple complex at Musawwarat el-Sufra in the desert east of the sixth cataract of the Nile


Seshat, meaning ‘female scribe’, was seen as the goddess of writing, historical records, accounting and mathematics, measurement and architecture to the ancient Egyptians. She was depicted as a woman wearing a panther-skin dress, the garb … Continue reading