Moses spent a period of time in art with horns because of a mistranslation.
During the Middle Ages, and into the Renaissance, Moses was frequently depicted in art as having horns on his head, including in a statue in Rome by Michelangelo. This was all because of a mistranslation from the Hebrew text.
The mistranslation said that Moses came down from Mount Sinai and his face was “horned from the conversation of the Lord” but should have been translated as his face was “shining/radiant from conversation of the Lord”.
So the paintings & sculptures of Moses with mutant horns should have just been Moses with a rosy glow.