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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 86, Seshat Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 86, Seshat Summary and Analysis

Seshat is the Goddess of Writing and the Ruler of Books. She invented hieroglyphs and numbers as well as the stylus and papyrus. She is also the scribe who writes the deeds of the dead on the Tree of Life. Seshat is the Divine Architect who designed the first temples.

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