Horus, in the ancient Egyptian religion, was an Egyptian god and the son of Osiris and Isis. He took revenge on his uncle, Seth, the god of evil, who killed his father, Osiris. The Egyptians usually depicted him in the form of a falcon, or a human being with a falcon's head. He was imitated in many areas and was referred to in many murals and papyri, and he himself is the lord of the sky and his eyes are the sun and the moon, and he is the sun itself Ra-Hor-sister, and he is the royal deity and the daughters of kings are called by his name Horus, which is revenge because he took revenge From his uncle who killed his mother. After that, Horus became among the deities that judge the deceased on the Day of Judgment, which is known as the Court. Horus's job is to accompany the deceased, if he was among the good people, to Osiris, to the last stage of the reckoning. It also appears in papyrus according to ancient drawings.
But now it expresses the symbol of the symbols of ancient Egyptian art, and it may be a delicate memory of a place that was visited one day or a memory of keeping it...
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