Cross of Life Ankh

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The Ankh represents eternal life. It sometimes symbolized, by extension
the infinite vital force and was then integrated as such in the
as such in architecture, in the form of propitiatory motifs adorning the walls of
the walls of temples, or in other contexts. The sign Ankh
was often held by the gods and was often associated with the scepter
scepter and the pillar Djed, which associates Life with Prosperity and
Stability. In Amarna representations, it was represented at the end of the
the end of the rays of the solar disk Aten, alternating with small
small hands. Having the shape of a mirror or a knot, the ankh is a
symbol of life. It was often worn by deities or by people in funeral
people in funeral processions, or offered to the king as the breath of life.
breath of life.

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18x9x1.5 cm