Have you ever thought about that in your mind?
The ancient Egyptian empire that covered the desert,
Handsome beautiful king figure,
The majestic and glorious millennium history architecture
There is a mysterious shadow in the pyramid...
Let's make good coffee
Open the book and lay out an adventure map.
Travel at the desk!
Genuine copyrighted artefacts of the British Museum. The Egyptian totems, taken from ancient artifacts, become bookmarks and are the personal talisman in the book. Made of Silicone, it is soft to the touch and easy to clean.
__Ankh life symbol__
Also known as Anka or Enke, it is an Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet. Its meaning is the symbol of life. It often appears in ancient Egyptian cemeteries and art. Ancient Egyptians often used it as a talisman, believed to be able to eliminate disasters, cure diseases, and resist the intrusion of demons. They included wearers praying for eternal health, love, and wealth.
__Wedjat Eye of Horus__
The Eye of Horus, as its name implies, is the eye of Horus the god of the eagle, also known as the eye of true knowledge, and the Egyptian Uga eye. Its right eye symbolizes the perfect and unblemished sun. It has the power to escape the pain and defeat the evil. The left eye symbolizes a defective moon. It also has the function of distinguishing between good and evil, defending health and happiness, and the ancient Egyptians believed that Horus's left eye had the power to resurrect the dead.
Ancient Egyptians pushed the dung beetle to symbolize the habit of the dung ball, such as the incarnation of Khepri, the god of the sun, which had the power to propel the sun. It was thus considered a sacred insect. And think that the Scarab's symbol has the power to protect the wearer. After being born to a person, they are buried in the grave with other ornaments of the body, in addition to praying for a safe journey to the afterlife, and continue to wear in the afterlife.
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