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ANCIENT EGYPTIAN STATUE ANTIQUITIES Egypt Stone Pharaohs Amun 1080-943 Bc

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Seller: the-best-products (130) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 232825338392 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN STATUE ANTIQUITIES Egypt Stone Pharaohs Amun 1080-943 Bc About this item : The god of Thebes, he was shown as human. He was viewed (along with his consort Amaunet) in Hermopolis as a primordial creation-deity. Up to the time of the XIIth Dynasty Amon was a Theban god of no more than local importance, but as soon as the princes of Thebes had conquered their rival claimants to the rule of Egypt, and had succeeded in making their city a new capital of the country, their god Amon became a prominent god in Upper Egypt. It was probably under that dynasty that the attempt was made to assign to him the proud position which was afterwards claimed for him of "king of the gods". In spite of Amon's political ascension, he also enjoyed popularity among the common people of Egypt. He was called the vizier of the poor. It was said that he protected the weak from the strong and was an upholder of justice. Those who requested favors from Amon were required to demonstrate their worthiness or to confess their sins first. Typically, the strength of a god would add luster to the position of the pharaoh. However, as Amon grew in popularity, his priests grew increasingly powerful in influence and wealth. As such, they often attempted to assert themselves in the political arena. When the queen Hatshepsut found supporters among the priests of Amon, she honored their god by claiming that he was her father and she built her temple in Deir el-Bahri in his honor. Ironically, such political maneuvering helped to destroy Amon's popularity. Starting in the reign to Thutmosis IV, a movement began in the royal house to pay homage to a purer form of the sun. The sun-disc Aten slowly became the god of the pharaohs. The situation came to a head during the reign of Akhenaten. During his reign as pharaoh, he moved the capital of Egypt away from Thebes to Akhetaten where he and his followers could worship Aten exclusively. The pharaoh also began a campaign of erasing the name of Amon from the public works of Egypt. Following the death of Akhenaten, his successor Tutankhamon moved the capital back to Thebes and restored the old gods. However, Amon never regained his former following and the pharaohs and the country focused their religious devotion to the gods of the Osirian family. Origin: Egypt Payment: -We Only Accept Paypal. Shipping: -All we care about is wrapping the product properly so that it reaches our customers without any broken or scratched.-We are dealing with major shipping companies.-We guarantee that your product will arrive in fast shipping. Condition: -look at the pictures Return: -All calls are made with the customer so we know why the product is low because we first want customer satisfaction. If the product is not accepted, the product will be returned in the condition that it was sold to be refunded except shipping charges, but at the customer's expense. About Us: -All statues are of high quality, exquisite arts and unique effects are very rare.-We have been working for years and with clients to put trust with us and continue to give our presence in the field since 1900. Contact Us: -Always at your service and waiting for all the questions about the product before you enter the auction.-We are always there to give you what pleases you. Attention Get your gift when you win the auction Condition: “As Shown In Pictures”, Provenance: Luxor, Material: Stone

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