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Handmade item Material: Black Basalt Dimensions: 8x8x20 cm 3.15x3.15x7.87 inch Ships worldwide from Egypt This Vase with the engraving of Isis, Scarab and Hieroglyphics highlights both the indigenous and greatness of the Egyptian ancient civilization and the modest modern craftsman. A resemblance of the Egyptian goddess Isis carved delicately on Basalt/ stone jar. Akhenaten: he was one of ancient Egypt’s most influential and controversial pharaohs. He is considered one of the world’s most important religious innovators. He was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty and he was the father of Tutankhamun, husband to Queen Nefertiti. Sekhmet: she is the fiercest huntress among the Divinities and her constant pursuit of evil that hides gave her the titles “Lady of Slaughter” and “She Who Mauls”. The story went that Ra, King of the Egyptian Gods, sent Sekhmet to kill demons who were still lurking in Egypt, as well as mortals who had instigated war and other forms of discord upon mankind. The blood made the ocean overflow, so Sekhmet had to swallow all the blood to keep the ocean from overflowing. Due to her nature, folks last time held celebrations after battles and at the end of each year to placate her and thanks to that many statues to Sekhmet have been well-preserved up to this day. A unique Vase handcrafted from Egypt specially for you!

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