Eye of Horus (Wedjat eye) Papyrus - (30X40 cm)

Eye of Horus (Wedjat eye) Papyrus

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This hand painting represents the Eye of Horus. It was considered the symbol of protection to the ancient Egyptians. In the illustration here, both goddesses; Nekhebet (The Vulture) and Uadjet (The Cobra) are guarding the Eye Of Ra, the Utchat. Nekhbet is wearing the crown of Upper Egypt, and Uadjet is wearing the crown of Lower Egypt. Nekhebet was closely associated with her sister Uadjet, the cobra goddess, and together they were known as the Nebti. As a pair, they represented cycles of birth and death, beginning and ending.

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