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Ancient Mailing Cards for sale of Egyptian Gods

Robe Ornament Treasure Tutankhamun cairo Egypt

Old Vintage Mailing Cards of Magnificient Egyptian gods, unearthed Golden Dieties Buried in the Time worn Sands of the past reflecting past civilizations…..

Available Old Vintage Mailing Cards of Egyptian Gods

Buy Postcard Egyptian Goddess Tutankhamun Museum
Buy Postcard Egyptian Goddess Tutankhamun Museum – 1 in stock

 

Robe Ornament Treasure Tutankhamun cairo Egypt
Robe Ornament Treasure Tutankhamun Cairo Egypt – 1 in stock

 

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Cosmetic Vase Lion Treasure Tutankhamun Cairo Egypt – 1 in stock

 

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Gold Mummy Mask Treasure Tutankhamun Cairo Egypt – 1 in stock

 

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Cylindrical Cosmetic Jar Treasure Tutankhamun Cairo Egypt – 1 in stock

 

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Statues of Ancient Gods of Egypt = 1 in stock

 

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Ancient Egyptian Burial Tombs

 

 

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Golden Egyptian Sarcophagus – Mummy Board – Inner Coffin – 1 in stock
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Golden Egyptian Sarcophagus – Mummy Board – Inner Coffin – 1 in stock

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Golden Egyptian Sarcophagus – Mummy Board – Inner Coffin – 1 in stock

 

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Stone Carved Statues of Egyptian Gods – 1 in stock

 

 

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Sphinx Sakkara Stone Monument – 1 in stock

 

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Temple of Abu – 1 in stock

 

Zany Fact –  Nut was the mother of Osiris, Isis, Seth, and Nephthys, Nut is usually shown in human form; her elongated body symbolizing the sky.

Ancient FactAmun was the chief Theban deity whose power grew as the city of Thebes grew from an unimportant village, in the old Kingdom, to a powerful metropolis in the Middle and New Kingdoms.

Ancient FactAnubis is shown as a jackal-headed man, or as a jackal. His father was Seth and his mother Nephythys. His cult center was Cynopolis, now known as El Kes. He was closely associated with mummification and as protector of the dead. It was Anubis who conducted the deceased to the hall of judgment

Ancient FactBastet is depicted as a woman with a cat’s head or simply as a cat. Originally an avenging lioness deity, she evolved into a goddess of pleasure

Ancient Fact – Unlike the other gods, Bes is represented full face rather than in profile, as a grotesque, bandy-legged, dwarf with his tongue sticking out. He was associated with good times and entertainment, but was also considered a
guardian god of childbirth

Ancient FactHapi was not the god of the river Nile but of its inundation. He is represented as a pot-bellied man with breasts and a headdress made of aquatic plants

Ancient FactHathor was the daughter of Ra and the patron goddess of women, love, beauty, pleasure, and music. She is depicted in three forms; as a cow, as a woman with the ears of a cow, and as a woman wearing the headdress of a cow’s horns

Ancient Fact – Horus was the son of Osiris and Isis and the enemy of the wicked God Seth. He is depicted as a hawk or as a man with the head of a hawk.

Ancient Fact – Isis A very important figure in the ancient world, Isis was the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus. She was associated with funeral rites and said to have made the first mummy from the dismembered parts of Osiris.

Ancient FactKhepri, Khepra, Khepera, Khepre was a creator god depicted as a Scarab beetle or as a man with a scarab for a head – These Beetles are pictured in Many of the Mummy Movies

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