Outstanding question.... this link is pretty hard to find... and somewhat controversial... so I will look for a lot of evidence...
I digress, My Seth line is:
Semerkhet(Nefertum), Bastet, sister nekhebet
look at the bottom picture,
here is a very neat picture which seems to be mis-interpreted.... notice a missing pharoh... followed by a cat.... above the missing pharoah is a hammer. I feel this implies the cat(bastest) is pregnant / working on creating the last pharoah of the dynasty.
After Qaa is born, the missing pharoh is filled in, and the cat disappears.
http://www.nemo.nu/ibisportal/0egyptint ... narmer.htm
Here are pictures of Hathor, Buto and Nekhebet together... 3 generations of women in the Seth line... but that doesn't prove a husband
hathor, buto, nekhebet
Ignoring the near match of the name Heret-Hor to Seret-hor.... because I don't like near matches....(this should be very provable)
hela -> tarik,heret,seret
... and ignoring the Buchis link to hathor which is a blind guess between a cow and a bull, with no other evidence...
Also ignoring this picture of a cow(maybe it's a bull) with a crocodile ... sometimes art is art:
http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/chron ... odile.html
Here is Den as King Crocodile, Dynasty 1
"He was given different wives in different areas - Hathor, Renenutet, Heqet to name a few."
This seems to say Renenutet is Buto.
"Renenutet was seen as a fire-breathing cobra who was liked to Uatchet (Uatch-Ura, Wadjet). "