Egyptian Symbols
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Sekhmet – Egyptian Lioness Goddess

In Ancient Egypt, Sekhmet was a multifaceted and remarkable deity, depicted mostly as a lioness. She was one of the first deities of Egyptian mythology and ...

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Ankh Symbol – What Does It Mean?

The Ankh is one of the oldest and most common symbols in ancient Egypt. A symbol of life itself, the Ankh is shaped like a cross with an oval head, with the ...

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Bastet – Egyptian Cat Goddess

In Ancient Egypt, cats held a special position and were revered creatures. The goddess Bastet, also called Bast, was worshipped in the form of a cat. She ...

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Anubis – Egyptian God of Death and the Underworld

In Egyptian mythology, Anubis was one of the oldest and most important deities. He preceded Osiris as funerary god and lord of the Underworld. Known in ...

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What Is the Meaning of the Phoenix Symbol?

The image of a magnificent bird that bursts into flames periodically, only to rise from the ashes, has captured human imagination for thousands of years. ...

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Ouroboros Symbol – Meaning, Facts and Origins

The Ouroboros is a highly recognizable symbol, featuring either a snake or dragon consuming its own tail, thereby forming a circle. Yet where did this ...

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Sphinx – What Is This Symbol All About?

One of the most enduring symbols of ancient Egypt and Greece, the sphinx is a mythical creature that has intrigued and inspired human imagination for ...

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Top 20 Inventions and Discoveries of Ancient Egypt Used Today

The ancient Egyptian civilization started its rapid development after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, around 5,000 years ago. It was ruled by ...

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Osiris – Egyptian God of Life, Death and Resurrection

In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was the god of fertility, life, agriculture, death and resurrection. Osiris’ name meant powerful or mighty, and according to ...

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Wadjet – Patron Goddess of Egypt

In Egyptian mythology, Wadjet was the patron goddess and guardian of the Nile Delta, and the one who protected and guided the pharaohs and queens of ...

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