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Horus : le dieu faucon « celui qui est au-dessus » ou « celui qui est lointain ». incarne l’ordre et, tout comme pharaon, il est l’un des garants de l’harmonie universelle ; cependant ne faut pas réduire la théologie complexe des Égyptiens à une conception manichéenne car bien et mal sont des aspects complémentaires de la création, tous deux présents en toute divinité. Qu'il soit —faucon céleste, dieu créateur ou fils d’Osiris : c'est le dieu dynastique par excellence.

this is an example of the iconography of the Horus Falcon. this specific design was created by TigerHouseArt. it was titled Ancient Egyptian Falcon Art.

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic writing, numerals and mathematical problems using the ancient numbers and the Rosetta stone.

Egyptian Hieroglyphic Writing, numerals and mathematical problems using the ancient numbers Champollion and the Rosetta stone.

Ancient Egyptian pendant -the color palate is fantastic, I want to use it.

Ancient Egyptian pendant -the color palate is fantastic, I want to use it.

♔ Painting of Tausert from the Tomb of Irinufer

*EGYPT ~ Painting of Tausert from the Tomb of Irinufer

Isis var en viktig gudinna i egyptisk mytologi. Hon är enkelhetens och barnens gudinna och har många olika namn. Isis är det latinska namnet för hennes riktiga namn och hon blev den viktigaste gudinnan av alla gudar.

Isis, the main goddess of the Egyptian pantheon, is associated with pharaohs and the Underworld.

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The Characteristics of Ancient Egyptian Art

Egyptian Tile by Karin Hildebrand Lau, via Dreamstime

♥♥♥Innermost coffin of Tutankhamen, from his tomb at Thebes, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII, Egyptian Museum, Cairo♥♥♥

Innermost Coffin of Tutankhamen / from his tomb in Thebes, Egypt, Dynasty XVIII / Egyptian Museum - Cairo

Amenhotep III( grandfather of Tutankhamun )- History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1

Egypt, Thebes (UNESCO World Heritage List, - Luxor. Tomb of Amenhotep III. Pharaoh and Ma'at. Vulture goddess Nekhbet grasps amulet in her claws for protection (Dynasty Amenhotep III, BC)

Egyptian Mythology The God Harsaphes, also know as Egyptian God Khnum bas-relief. Khnum, also spelled Khnemu, Khnum was originally a water God who was thought to rule over all water, including the rivers and lakes of the underworld. He was also said to have co-created each Man & Woman from the Clay Mud of the Nile River on his Pottery Wheel. Khunm is depicted with the Head of a Ram, which is the Symbol of Fertility.

Egyptian god Harsaphes (also known as Heryshaf). An ancient ram god. He is a god of creation and fertility born out of the primeval waters. He was identified with Ra and Osiris, as well as Heracles from Greek lore.

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