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Appearing in the seventeenth dynasty, the Sak of ancient Egyptian mythology was depicted as a chimerical creature combining the head of a hawk, the body of a lion, hindquarters of a horse, numerous triangular mamelles, and the tail as a fully bloomed lotus. The sak was always female and had the ability to produce new monsters as horrid as itself, a trait most unusual in hybrids. Source: Bonwick, Egyptian Belief and Modern Thought, ; Wilkinson, Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, Volume 3, 312
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