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Sistrum,an egyptian musical instrument

Sistrum,an egyptian musical instrument

Ancient Syriac Harp: The most popular title for St. Ephrem is Harp of the Holy Spirit. He is also referred to as the Deacon of Edessa, the Sun of the Syrians and a Pillar of the Church.

Ancient Syriac Harp: The most popular title for St. Ephrem is Harp of the Holy Spirit. He is also referred to as the Deacon of Edessa, the Sun of the Syrians and a Pillar of the Church.

Egyptian Sistrum

Egyptian Sistrum

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

A strange pharaoh - This statue of the pre-dynastic period may be the first known depiction of a pharaoh. At the time of Nagada (the name of a discovery at the site of Upper Egypt), around 4000 BC. This statue was found in Gebelein, south of Luxor.

A ritual rattle, called a sistrum, was played by temple singers in ancient Egypt. It is decorated with the head of the goddess Hathor, who was known as the Lady of Music. 3rd-1st centuries B.C

A ritual rattle, called a sistrum, was played by temple singers in ancient Egypt. It is decorated with the head of the goddess Hathor, who was known as the Lady of Music. 3rd-1st centuries B.C

The sistrum was a musical instrument formed as a sticklike wooden or metal object, with a frame and small metal disks that rattled when the instrument was shaken by hand. It produced a soft jangling sound resembling a breeze blowing through papyrus reeds. The sistrum was called shesheset by the ancient Egyptians and was a favored instrument in many religious ceremonies and rites, especially those associated with Hathor, Bastet, Isis (above).The sistrum’s basic shape resembled the ankh, the

The sistrum was a musical instrument formed as a sticklike wooden or metal object, with a frame and small metal disks that rattled when the instrument was shaken by hand. It produced a soft jangling sound resembling a breeze blowing through papyrus reeds. The sistrum was called shesheset by the ancient Egyptians and was a favored instrument in many religious ceremonies and rites, especially those associated with Hathor, Bastet, Isis (above).The sistrum’s basic shape resembled the ankh, the

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Among the ancient musical instruments that were uncovered during processes of archaeological excavation in Mesopotamia was the sistrum, which was found in Sumerian levels at Ur and Kish. This instrument made its way from Palestine to Egypt, where it was frequently depicted in connection with the worship of Hathor. The oldest sistrums were discovered at Ur, Kish, and other Sumerian sites. They came from Mesopotamia, by way of Palestine, to Egypt

Among the ancient musical instruments that were uncovered during processes of archaeological excavation in Mesopotamia was the sistrum, which was found in Sumerian levels at Ur and Kish. This instrument made its way from Palestine to Egypt, where it was frequently depicted in connection with the worship of Hathor. The oldest sistrums were discovered at Ur, Kish, and other Sumerian sites. They came from Mesopotamia, by way of Palestine, to Egypt

ancient rattle!

ancient rattle!

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