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Egyptian Spiritual Ankh cross pewter gilt, gold Lapel Pin Badge in gift box

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Color
Gold
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Gold
Brand
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UPC
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Egyptian Spiritual Ankh cross pewter gilt, gold Lapel Pin Badge in gift box



ideal gift for birthdays, anniversaries & other special occasions

lapel / tie pin

pin badge / tie pin

gift boxed

comes with clip on back and in gift box



IN GIFT BOX





pin badge, tie pin, lapel pin tie / lapel pin, in gift box----The Ankh was, for the ancient Egyptians, the symbol (the actual Hieroglyphic sign) of life but it is an enduring icon that remains with us even today as a Christian cross. It is one of the most potent symbols represented in Egyptian art, often forming a part of decorative motifs.----------The ancient gods of Egypt are often depicted as carrying ankh signs. We find Anqet, Ptah, Satet, Sobek, Tefnut, Osiris, Ra, Isis, Hathor, Anibus and many other gods often holding the ankh sign, along with a scepter, and in various tomb and temple reliefs, placing it in front of the king's face to symbolize the breath of eternal life. During the Amarna period, the ankh sign was depicted being offered to Akhenaten and Nefertiti by the hands at the end of the rays descending from the sun disk, Aten. Therefore, the ankh sign is not only a symbol of worldly life, but of life in the netherworld. Therefore, we also find the dead being referred to as ankhu, and a term for a sarcophagus was neb-ankh, meaning possessor of life.

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