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ANCIENT EGYPTIAN STATUE ANTIQUITIES Egypt Pharaohs King Amun Basalt Stone Bc

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Seller: 365dayes (63) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323217002679 RARE ANCIENT EGYPT EGYPTIAN PHARAOHS STATUE ANTIQUE KING AMUN CARVED STONE 1570-1069 BCEInformation About This Item:King AmunAmun (Also Amon, Ammon, Amen) Is the Ancient Egyptian God of the Sun and Air. He Is One of the Most Important Gods of Ancient Egypt Who Rose to Prominence at Thebes at the Beginning of the Period of the New Kingdom (C.1570-1069 Bce). He Is Usually Depicted as a Bearded Man Wearing a Headdress with a Double Plume Or, After the New Kingdom, as a Ram-Headed Man or Simply a Ram, Symbolizing Fertility in His Role as Amun-Min. His Name Means "The Hidden One," "Invisible," "Mysterious of Form," and Unlike Most Other Egyptian Gods, He Was Considered Lord of All Who Encompassed Every Aspect of Creation.Amun Is First Mentioned in the Pyramid Texts (C. 2400-2300) as a Local God of Thebes Along with His Consort Amaunet. at This Time, the Supreme God of Thebes Was the War God Montu and the Creator God Was Regarded as Atum (Also Known as Ra). Montu Was a Fierce Warrior Who Protected the City and Helped It Expand While Atum Was the Supremely Powerful, Self-Created Deity Who Arose on the Primordial Mound from the Waters of Chaos at the Beginning of Creation. Amun, at This Time, Was Associated with Protecting the King But, Largely, Was Simply a Local Fertility God Paired with His Consort Amaunet as Part of the Ogdoad, Eight Gods Who Represented the Primordial Elements of Creation.Amun Was Considered No More Powerful or Significant Than the Other Gods Who Were Part of the Ogdoad but Represented the Element of "Hiddenness" or "Obscurity" While the Others Represented More Clearly Defined Concepts Such as "Darkness," "Water," and "Infinity." Amun as "The Obscure One" Left Room for People to Define Him According to Their Own Understanding of What They Needed Him to Be. a God Who Represented Darkness Could Not Also Represent Light, nor a God of Water Stand for Dryness, Etc. a God Who Personified the Mysterious Hidden Nature of Existence, However, Could Lend Himself to Any Aspect of That Existence; and This Is Precisely What Happened with Amun. Note: Dear Buyer / This Statue Is Very Distinctive. I Do Not Sell You an Artifact, but I Sell a Piece of Pharaonic Carved Stone in the Desert of the Egyptian City of Luxor Since 1955 Is a Very Unique Pieces, as I Collect the Old Pieces Very Distinctive I Deal Honestly with All My Customers Are Not Like Others I Hope You Understand It Well Before Buying and Welcome Any Questions About This Item at Any Time I Wish Good Luck to AllI Guarantee That the Item Will Be Shipped in a Legal Manner According to Your Country's Rules and Policies and That I Will Take Care That Any Necessary Permits Will Be Arranged .WE ONLY DEPEND ON THE EXPRESS SHIPPINGHeight:26.cm / 10.23.inchBottom Circumference:8x4.5.cm / 4.14x1.77.inchWeight:720.gram / 25.3.ozColor: As You Can See in Picture - BlackCondition: Perfect Condition Stone Type: Basalt Stone in Luxor Egypt Shipping: DHL Fast Shipping 4-10 DAYS with Tracking Number Ready to Ship Your Orders Within 1-2 Business Days After the PaymentItems in Original Condition100% Handmade Basalt Stone Black IF YOU ARE A HOBBYIST WHO HAS ACQUIRED EVERYTHING THAT IS RARE AND OLD AND VERY VALUABLE, YOU CAN FOLLOW UP ON MY POSSESSIONS Thank You for Looking and the Best of Luck Condition: %100 Stone in Luxor Egypt, Perfect Condition, Material: Stone, Provenance: Luxor Egypt

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