Hathor was represented as a wild cow with elegant curving horns, often with the sun held between them. She represented female sexuality, as well as music, dance, intoxication, ecstasy, beauty, and passion - but also the sky. Hathor was also said to be the embodiment of divine wrath as the ‘Eye of Ra’. More than any other Egyptian goddess, Hathor embodied their ideas of femininity - a duality between violent and dangerous versus beautiful and joyful - encompassing the extremes of passion in fury and love. Hathor was the embodiment of success, single-mindedness, power, and seemed to have no doubts or insecurities.