Shrine Devoted to Satis
A multifaceted goddess who was both a warrior goddess and a fertility goddess. In her capacity as a fertility goddess, She presided over the yearly flooding of the nile and the purification of the deceased. In her role as a warrior deity she protected the pharaoh and the southern border of Egypt.
She was worshipped as part of a triad of deities known as the Elephantine triad which consists of Montu, Khnum, and Satis herself. Imagery of her usually depicts her wearing the Hedjet of upper Egypt decorated with either ostrich plumes or gazelle/antelope horns.
While her shrine is located on the egyptian island, Elephantine, and most worship of her was in Upper Egypt, Evidence shows she was popular and worshipped in both Upper and Lower Egypt. She had a cult worshipping her as early as 3,000 B.C.
Disclaimer: This section is based on my own experience working with this deity. They are not inherently based on lore or history. Your experiences may differ from mine.
Some of the offerings I've given her that she seems to enjoy include making journeys to bodies of water in her honor, date fruit, and red wine. She also seemed to enjoy blue and green rocks (she really enjoyed the peacock stone I gave to her) and offerings of water.
Satis, defender of the pharaoh, goddess of the nile, Protect me.Satis
Tasting sweet waters— Seeing She who pours— Graceful rivers—ebb and Flow—Purifying that which is Defiled— Aiming deadly arrows — Praise to Show who shoots — Knowing when to Aim —when to Pour —showing how to fight without a Sword. Antlers skyward —Ostrich plume Adorned —Shining light wrapped 'Round her head —Giving bleeded Water from stars above —
Ancient Egypt Online
Elephantine: Historical Overview by Dr. Karl H. Leser
Sadgrl for the water tiles
Ancient Egypt Online for the hieroglyphic images
Image of Satis Statue
Imagery of the Elephantine Triad Here
Link to in color illustration of Satis Here
Link to source of the Entry Sign for the Temple
Link to Photo of the Temple