Horace Falcon (300 BC) with Hieroglyphics (Handcaved)

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Seller: cubby45672012 (18) 100%, Location: Clinton, Iowa, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 293272559392 Horace Falcon (300 BC) with Hieroglyphics (Handcaved) The statuette of "Horace" is composed of handcarved stone with hieroglyphics on the base, it stands about 9cmH x 7cmW x 2D. What is the purpose of the item: This question is generally up for some debate. Horus is always seen as the ruler of the gods represented by a falcon. Egyptians viewed Horus as the protector of the Pharaoh. As a god known in all of Egypt, he was an important unifying tool used to tie the people together under their leader. Great efforts were taken by rulers to show themselves as Horus in human form. When associated with a pharaoh, Horus was represented as a hawk resting on the shoulder of the pharaoh with his wings spread around the pharaoh’s head. Pharaohs would take on a Horus name to tie themselves to the god in both their reign and their afterlife. History: The item has been owned by myself for 20 years, prior to my ownership it had been owned by my family for about 50 years and my great grandfather purchased it from the estate sale of an Archaeologist in Egypt. Shipped both within U.S. and Worldwide by USPS Priority Mail. BUYER WILL PAY ACTUAL SHIPPING CHARGES AND ANY EXCESS SHIPPING CHARGES COLLECTED WILL BE REFUNDED TO THE BUYER. CALCULATING SHIPPING CHARGES ON ANTIQUITIES, ESPECIALLY FOR INTERNATIONAL BUYERS CAN BE HARD FOR ME TO ESTIMATE 100% ACCURATELY IN THESE LISTINGS. Horus Falcon 300 BC Click Video to Play Using the mobile app? Click Video to Play: Material: Stone

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