Ancient Egyptian Antiques Ankh Key of Life Egypt Carved Stone Handmaid 3150 BC

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Seller: egyptluxorstone (9) 90.9%, Location: Ennis, Texas, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 312427596975 RARE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANTIQUES ANKH KEY OF LIFE EGYPT CARVED STONE HANDMAID 3150 BCThis Is a Vintage Era Statue Carved Circa 1950's from Old Limestone in the Luxor Region of Egypt. It Is Hand Carved by Skilled Artists in the Tradition of Ancient Egypt. This Statue Is a Reproduction of Artifacts from the Antique Time Period Listed, and Appears More Authentic Than the Real Thing. It Is a Beautiful Work of Art and Craftsmanship, an Excellent Addition to Any Collection. Item Information:Dimensions (in cm): / - / 5.90.inchWeight: 450.gramMaterial: Stone in luxor EgyptObject: Egyptian Ankh KeyColor: As Seen in the PictureOrigin: EgyptCondition: Good condition, See PhotoPackage: The Processing and Packaging Is Very CarefullyShipping:We Ship DHL Fast Shipping 4-12 Days with Tracking NumberThis Item Is Shipped from EgyptDelivery of International ShipmentsItems Will Be Sent Out in 48 Hours After Your Payment Confirmed.ORIGIN & MEANING :The Ankh Is One of the Most Recognizable Symbols from Ancient Egypt, Known as "The Key of Life or the "Cross of Life", and Dating from the Early Dynastic Period (C. 3150 - 2613 BCE). It Is a Cross with a Loop at the Top Sometimes Ornamented with Symbols or Decorative Flourishes but Most Often Simply a Plain Gold Cross. the Symbol Is an Egyptian Hieroglyph for "Life" or "Breath of Life (`Nh = Ankh) And, as the Egyptians Believed That One's Earthly Journey Was Only Part of an Eternal Life, the Ankh Symbolizes Both Mortal Existence and the Afterlife. It Is One of the Most Ancient Symbols of Egypt, Often Seen with the Djed and Was Symbols, Carried by a Multitude of the Egyptian Gods in Tomb Paintings and Inscriptions and Worn by Egyptians as an AmuletThe Origin of the Ankh Is Unknown. the Egyptologist Sir Alan H. Gardiner (1879 - 1963 CE) Thought It Developed from a Sandal Strap with the Top Loop Going Around One's Ankle and the Vertical Post Attached to a Sole at the Toes. Gardiner Came to His Conclusion Because the Egyptian Word for "Sandal" Was "Nkh" Which Came from the Same Root as "Ankh" And, Further, Because the Sandal Was a Daily Part of an Egyptian's Life and the Ankh Symbol Came to Symbolize Life. This Theory Has Never Gained Wide Acceptance, However.Contact Us:100% Quality Warranty, Buy with Confidence!If You Are Not Satisfied with the Received Item.please Return It Within 14 Days for a Replacement or RefundWe Welcome Any Inquiries at Any Time We Respond to Messages in Less Than 24 HoursWe Are Always Serving Our Customers.Feedback:Customer Satisfaction Is Very Important to Us. If You Have Any Problem with Your Order, Please Contact Us and We Will Do Our Best to Make You Satisfied.Please Visit Our Ebay Store to Check Out Other Items for Sale Condition: Items in Original Condition as Shown in the Pictures, Material: Stone, Provenance: Luxor Egypt

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