Horus, the symbol of justice, the ancient civilization of Egypt

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Seller: saanti_10 (9) 100%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 303475272073 The ancient Egyptians believed that birds of all beings were the ones who could write, and they were specialized in this capacity as a "ibis" who made him a god of writing and knowledge and called him the name of the god "Thoth." The god Thoth remained worshiped throughout Egypt The ancient state, until the end of the era of royal families. The author of the book, "John Anthony West," in his book, "the snake of heaven" may seem to link this bird and keeping the calendar and knowledge of the arts of writing a bit fanciful, but you may find some logic in this matter if you notice the behavior of the ibis and the way that drives his beak In the shallow water in search of food and the method of picking insects from the trees that was nested on them, as the beak of the ibis is similar to the means of writing, and the way to move the head and beak is similar to the way of moving the hand is held by the pen. The old Egyptian has been influenced by birds since the pre-family era, where he took symbols and linguistic connotations in his hieroglyphic writings. The quail symbolizes the letter "bird" of the letter "m", the falcon for the bilingual word "h" and other symbols of the bird world Condition: A very rare piece of ancient Egypt civilization, Material: Glazed Hammer Stone, Provenance: Valley of the Kings west of Luxor

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