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.

Statue of Kushite king Taharqa as deity Amun (690-664BC) 25th dynasty, Kushite Ethiopian rule. Egypt.

Statue of Kushite king Taharqa as deity Amun dynasty, Kushite Ethiopian rule.

A bracelet that belonged to King Tutankhamun and is one of many found in his tomb. It is made of gold with central green stone ornament. Egypt, ca. 1325 B.C.

A bracelet that belonged to King Tutankhamun and is one of many found in his tomb. It is made of gold with central green stone ornament. Egypt, ca. 1325 B.

Cernunos.

Cernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the "horned god" of Celtic polytheism. Cernunnos - by Robert Clarke

Prince of Lagash

Prince of Lagash

Model of an ancient Egyptian funerary transport boat model, circa 2010–1961 B.C.  The tomb of Djehutynakht contained what may be the largest collection of wooden models ever discovered in Egypt.  Although they vary in size and quality, all of Djehutynakht’s boat models are constructed in the same fashion, with the hull carved from a single piece of wood, while the cabins, masts, other fittings, and crews were made separately and attached with pegs.

A model of a transport boat from the Egyptian middle kingdom - Dynasty 11 A plank of wood, believed to be from the boat of Pharaoh King Khufu,

HET HERU - Tomb of Great Royal Queen Meresankh III - Kemitic Matriarchy. 10 Het Heru (House/Vessel of Heru) High Priestess Queens who appointed/married the 3rd and 4th Dynasty kings. Theses statues represent Nimaathapi, Hotepherunebti, Hotepheru (Hetepheres) 1-3, Meresankh 1-3 and Meresankh III, daughters, Shepseskau and an not yet identified daughter.

HET HERU - Tomb of Great Royal Queen Meresankh III - Kemitic Matriarchy. 10 Het Heru (House/Vessel of Heru) High Priestess Queens who appointed/married the 3rd and 4th Dynasty kings. Theses statues represent Nimaathapi, Hotepherunebti, Hotepheru (Hetepheres) 1-3, Meresankh 1-3 and Meresankh III, daughters, Shepseskau and an not yet identified daughter.

His mother, Nephthys, left her son exposed to the elements. Instead of dying, he was found by Isis, who then raised him. He became the faithful attendant of Isis

The god Anubis as a jackal with a winged wedjat the sacred eye. Glazed composition pottery, blue connotes resurrection and yellow alludes to the sun, a symbol of resurrection. A pierced pectoral - breast plate.

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