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    Represents the Egyptian Vulture

    Hieroglyph Symbol Meaning Vulture Represents the Egyptian Vulture Foot Human foot and lower leg Hand Word for hand, actions or actions that are performed Also used in iconography (Flowering) Reed Ideogram, alphabetic uniliteral (consisting of...

    Names

    Names © kairoinfo4u - Geb (left) with Horus The myths of ancient Egypt mention several names for Geb. The name ‘Geb’ is the most common spelling...

    The Giza Plateau

    The Giza Plateau Located on the Giza Plateau, the Great Sphinx of Giza is one of several monuments in the area, which includes the Giza Necropolis....

    The Temple of Isis at Philae

    The Temple of Isis at Philae Although there are several temples and buildings located on Philae, the largest and perhaps the most famous is the Temple...

    Who was Nefertari?

    Who was Nefertari? © Walwyn - Nefertari statue at Karnak Her name, Nefertari Merytmut (meaning The Beautiful Companion, Beloved of Mut), embodied the majesty and stature of...

    What is Papyrus?

    What is Papyrus? Papyrus is both the shortened name of the plant and the paper product made from it, but is most often referred to as...

    Mother Goddess

    Mother Goddess © A. Parrot - The Goddess Nut Egyptologists believe that Nut was a sky goddess originally worshiped by the early tribes of the Nile...

    A Dysfunctional Family Tree

    A Dysfunctional Family Tree Several versions exist of how Anubis came into being: Son of Nephthys and Osiris: the most popular version is that Anubis is...

    Anubis’ Form

    Anubis' Form © Parée - * Anubis on Egyptian Block * Anubis was either seen as a man with a jackal head or completely in the...

    Paper and Writing

    Paper and Writing Hieroglyphics The ancient Egyptians were among the first groups of people to write and keep records of events that happened in their lives. The earliest...