Sekhmet did not have a birthdate in ancinet Egyptian myth.
Sekhmet did not rule ancient Egypt, she was the goddess of protecting the ruler (pharaoh) of ancinet Egypt.
Ancient Egyptian myth does not give a birthdate for Sekhmet and in those myths she never died.
around 3000b.c. too 1000b.c.
No; Hathor became Sekhmet; but Sekhmet herself is identified with Bastet.
Sekhmet was consort to Ptah.
In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet did not die.
The Roman's had no counterpart to Sekhmet.
Sekhmet is the Egyptian goddess of War and Healing.
In ancient Egpytian myth, Sekhmet did not die.
Sekhmet had the powers of a ancient Egpytian goddess.
Sekhmet was an Egyptian goddess. She did not have a Greek name.
Ptah was the consort of Sekhmet; with her his son was Nefertum.
It is a part of her power as a goddess, Sekhmet can do it at will.
Sekhmet was a ancient Egpytian goddess of Upper Egypt.
Sekhmet is thought to be the consort-wife of Ptah and mother of Nefertem.