Horus as Egyptian Sun God Ra-Harakti Statue 10H and 14.5HPN# E-336GP
Ra-Harakti Egyptian Falcon God Statue shows Horus holding a staff on a black base decorated with hieroglyphs. Harakhte, meaning Horus of the Horizon, was the form which Horus took in his aspect as a god of light. He was identified with Ra as he made his daily journey from the eastern to the western horizon. He was shown as a falcon or a falcon-headed man with a solar disk in Egyptian mythology.
- Made from crushed stone and resin with hand painted gold and color details, on black base.
- Small: 10 in H x 3.5 in W. Weighs approx 1 lbs. (PN E-336GP)
- Large: 14.5 in H x 4 in W. Weighs approx. 2.5 lbs. (PN E-211GP)
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