Horus symbol of good and justice civilization of ancient Egypt

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Seller: sabeg11 (5) 100%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183600961225 Horus was mentioned in a legend in ancient Egypt and was considered a symbol of good and justice. Osiris was his father who was the god of the Baath and the account of the ancient Egyptians. According to the religious legend, his uncle the wicked six killed his father and distributed parts throughout the country. His mother, Isis, gathered all the parts of his father's body, and this was the first process to mummify the dead and the body of his father. Horus was later born and wanted to avenge his uncle and take vengeance for his father, so Horus is sometimes called "protector of his father". Horus lost in that battle his left eye. And took the throne of Egypt. Osiris became the god of calculation in the afterlife, and Horus became king of this life. Each of the kings of Egypt was ruled by the representative of Horus, and uses the god Horus in the works and wars. Therefore, we find all the kings of Egypt characterized in one of their names (and the king usually has 5 titles) in the name of Horus. Among the ancient Egyptian curses, many of them are in the form of the eye of Horus, which is called "wagat" and is attached to the chest. Ain Horus was also used to represent fractions such as: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 and 1/32 to 1/64. His mother Isis was the moon goddess of the ancient Egyptians. Horus as the name of the king In the ratio  Parts of Horus' eye and their respective value.  Eye of Horus. The ancient Egyptians used fractions in arithmetic in the form of 1 / s, especially for the distribution and distribution of grain, such as 1/2 and 1/4 and others, using Horus to represent them. Each part of the eye of Horus represented a particular fracture (see figure) and it represented parts of the standard size. They had so-called "buttocks", representing 1/2 loops, 1/4 loops, or 1/32 buttocks, and so on. If we combine these fractions, we get a total of 63/64, which means that the total is less than 1/64. When one of the disciples asked his teacher in ancient Egypt, where did the missing 1/64 go ?, the teacher answered that God Tut - the god of reckoning - had hidden her. This was one of the beliefs of the ancient Egyptians. Condition: Very rare piece, Provenance: Valley of the Kings west of Luxor, Material: bronze

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