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Aegyptus antiqua - Mythology

Aegyptus antiqua - Mythology

Sarcofago in oro di Tutankhamon - museo egizio del Cairo

Sarcofago in oro di Tutankhamon - museo egizio del Cairo

With #Cloacina, the #sewer #goddess, and #Stercutius, the #god of #dung, ancient #Rome was no stranger to worshiping #gods and #deities that were related to the #restroom. However, the Roman’s primary #toilet #god was known as #Crepitus, who not only ruled over the #latrine, but was also the god of #flatulence and #farts.

With #Cloacina, the #sewer #goddess, and #Stercutius, the #god of #dung, ancient #Rome was no stranger to worshiping #gods and #deities that were related to the #restroom. However, the Roman’s primary #toilet #god was known as #Crepitus, who not only ruled over the #latrine, but was also the god of #flatulence and #farts.

Faraón Taharka, dinastía XXV, faraones negros, nubios, Sudán, Kerma.

Faraón Taharka, dinastía XXV, faraones negros, nubios, Sudán, Kerma.

Aegis of Isis: 2011. 4.16 ~ 4.20 보스턴(Boston) 여행 - 보스턴 미술관(Boston Museum of Finw Arts) : Art of The Ancient World - Egyptian : 네이버 블로그

Aegis of Isis: 2011. 4.16 ~ 4.20 보스턴(Boston) 여행 - 보스턴 미술관(Boston Museum of Finw Arts) : Art of The Ancient World - Egyptian : 네이버 블로그

Sekhmet. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. #goddess #egypt

Sekhmet. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. #goddess #egypt

Gilded wooden head of a bull, part of the treasures found with Tutankhamun

Gilded wooden head of a bull, part of the treasures found with Tutankhamun

Cat #cat #arte #egipcio

Cat #cat #arte #egipcio

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Cippus of Horus on the Crocodiles The Egyptians believed Isis had raised Horus by hiding him in the marshes from his enemy, Seth. The legend of Horus’s healing from scorpion stings and snakebites in the marshes was the basis for cippi, or magical stelae, such as this one. Egypt, ca 3rd century B.C.E.

Cippus of Horus on the Crocodiles The Egyptians believed Isis had raised Horus by hiding him in the marshes from his enemy, Seth. The legend of Horus’s healing from scorpion stings and snakebites in the marshes was the basis for cippi, or magical stelae, such as this one. Egypt, ca 3rd century B.C.E.

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