An Egyptian handmade Papyrus depicts the image of goddess Maat and Horus holding each other's hands as a symbol of unity of justice and protection. The image is decorated with Hydrographical letters, the symbol of Egyptian literature.
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Maat was recorded as the goddess of harmony, justice, and truth from as early as the middle of the Old Kingdom (c. 2680 to 2190 BCE). She represents the ethical and moral principle that every Egyptian citizen was expected to follow throughout their daily lives. She emerged in Egypt to avert the chaos and speared morality and later on, she became the basis for law. As for Horus, he was believed to be the son of Isis and Osiris. After Osiris was murdered by his brother Seth, Horus fought with Seth for the throne of Egypt. In this battle, Horus lost one of his eyes. The eye was restored to him and it became a symbol of protection for the ancient Egyptians. After this battle, Horus was chosen to be the ruler of the world of the living.