Seshat tends to be where the words are. If you're in a library, a bookstore, or near a computer, don't be surprised if you see her out of the corner of your eye. She's a tall, very quiet lady who prefers to have something to read or watch to pass the time—and, of course, to help fill her daily report to Ra with. If you're interesting, she might stay around a while. Get reading, Shmoopers, so you have something good to chat about!
Complexion: Pale yellow (like all ancient Egyptian paintings of women)
Hair Color: Black
Facial Hair: None
Jewelry and accessories: Gold collar and bracelets. She also carries a scribe's pen and ink pots, so she can write things down as they happen.
Clothing: A tight-fitting dress, usually white, with a leopard skin draped over one shoulder. She wears a seven-petaled flower with two cow's horns attached to a thin headband as a hat.
Type of Weapon: Words can be weapons. Biting rhetoric, right?
The pharaoh (when they stretch the cords at new building projects)
Libraries and archives
Football games (lots of statistics to keep track of!)