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Basalt Vase Decorated with Horus and Anubis Holy Scene (13 x 5 inches)

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Basalt Vase Decorated with Horus and Anubis Holy Scene (13 x 5 inches)

  • Order now and decorate your home with this stunning vase, handmade by local Egyptian artists, embellished with hieroglyphics and motifs from ancient Egypt.
  • This royal vase highlights a holy scene with both Anubis and Horus blessing the pharaoh. Two of the most revered and powerful gods in ancient Egypt.
  • This gorgeous vase is hand-carved out of high-quality, basalt stone and painted with a glossy paint for protection and a shiny finish. 
  • The ancient Egyptians decorated their homes, tombs and temples with black basalt in the late eras of the kingdom. Basalt was viewed as a symbol of wealth and opulence.
  • It is hand-carved and delicately painted with locally-sourced natural paint, adorned with detailed hieroglyphics and the key of life or Ankh, the representation of eternal life.
  • Dimensions: approximately 13 x 5 inches (33 x 12 cm)
$599.00
Availability: In stock
SKU
0043-PBC-LFB

This antique vase is a beautiful central display piece, bringing a royal, pharaonic touch to any space. It is perfect for lovers of Ancient Egyptian mythology and history!

Horus is the ancient Egyptian god of protection and power. Horus is depicted as a creator god and benevolent protector. He was thought to be the divine son of Isis and Osiris. Horus lost his left Eye in the war against Seth who murdered his father. Since then this eye has become an important sign of protection.

Horus is among the most famous and important gods worshipped in ancient Egypt. Horus’ name itself means "the falcon who soars above all the other inhabitants of the land" and he was also a frequent symbol of any ancient Egyptian king. He was also considered the mighty god of kingship and the sky.

Anubis is the ancient Egyptian god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs, and the Underworld.

He is depicted here in his classic form as a Jackal. This is because the ancient Egyptians associated Jackals with death, because they lurked around cemeteries ate decomposing flesh. Thus, by making Anubis the patron deity of jackals, they hoped to protect the bodies of the deceased from being devoured.

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