The Queen of Egypt. "Some eyes touch you more than hands ever could."
In history, the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti is depicted as a powerful, independent woman. Her bust, on display at the Neues Museum in Berlin, is one of the most reproduced works of ancient Egypt.
Queens, through their semi-divine magical fertility, are celebrated for their ability to offer rebirth to the king and the cosmos, thereby ensuring eternal life. Female goddesses were essential to the rebirth of the cosmos, which Egyptians believed happened every day at dawn.