Aug 17, 2014 · Sekhmet was also called The Lady of the Red Garment and was closely associated with the rich symbolism of that colour, as Candace C. Kant and Anne Key explain: “Often referred to as The Lady of Red Linen, Sekhmet wears a close-fitting dress that reaches to Her ankles.
Women with headdress of a winged vulture and the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, holding a Papyrus or Lily-scepter much like Sekhmet in her hand (symbol of UE). Dressed in bright red or blue. Association with Ma'at's feather as well. Symbols Vulture Crescent moon (shape of the scared lake at Karnak who's name is iSrw)