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La déesse Nout et la constellation Mésekhy (Grande Ourse).(constellation de la patte du taureau, voir cuisse de jupiter) Cercueil du Moyen Empire, Roemer und Pelizaeus Museum de Hildesheim.

La déesse Nout et la constellation Mésekhy (Grande Ourse).(constellation de la patte du taureau, voir cuisse de jupiter) Cercueil du Moyen Empire, Roemer und Pelizaeus Museum de Hildesheim.

The god Shu, brother of Tefnut,  was the personification of the atmosphere, and his name translates "to raise." Stock Photo

The god Shu, brother of Tefnut, was the personification of the atmosphere, and his name translates "to raise." Stock Photo

a circa 1077-943 BC  Papyrus of Dama,  the snake, surrounds Horus-Harpocrates(-sun-pupil)_ like an ourobouros who bites his tail,The head of a cow with strange eyes.between the two lionness.Enigma.

a circa 1077-943 BC Papyrus of Dama, the snake, surrounds Horus-Harpocrates(-sun-pupil)_ like an ourobouros who bites his tail,The head of a cow with strange eyes.between the two lionness.Enigma.

Valley of the Queens Luxor Egypt Khenmu the Great Potter in Amoun Har-Khosef Tomb

Valley of the Queens Luxor Egypt Khenmu the Great Potter in Amoun Har-Khosef Tomb

"Moses and the Messengers from Canaan," Giovanni Lanfranco, 1621 - 1624. Oil on canvas. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California | In the Old Testament story (Numbers 13:1-27), Moses sent spies into Canaan to determine whether the land bore fruit. Lanfranco depicted these spies as they returned, laden with grapes, pomegranates, and figs as signs of the plenty of the Promised Land. Laying the ample harvest at Moses' feet, they reported, "surely it floweth with milk and honey."

"Moses and the Messengers from Canaan," Giovanni Lanfranco, 1621 - 1624. Oil on canvas. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California | In the Old Testament story (Numbers 13:1-27), Moses sent spies into Canaan to determine whether the land bore fruit. Lanfranco depicted these spies as they returned, laden with grapes, pomegranates, and figs as signs of the plenty of the Promised Land. Laying the ample harvest at Moses' feet, they reported, "surely it floweth with milk and honey."

Geb was originally the god of the earth(of the valleys and the hills), but later he became a god of the dead as representing the earth wherein the deceased was laid.Also known as Aker, Seb, Keb, Kebb or Gebb) (La déesse de la terre était  Kishar chez les babyloniens)

Geb was originally the god of the earth(of the valleys and the hills), but later he became a god of the dead as representing the earth wherein the deceased was laid.Also known as Aker, Seb, Keb, Kebb or Gebb) (La déesse de la terre était Kishar chez les babyloniens)

The Sacred Cubit (aka Royal Cubit), which was a standard cubit enhanced by an extra span—thus 7 spans or 28 digits long—was used in constructing buildings and monuments and in surveying in ancient Egypt. The inch, foot, and yard evolved from these units through a complicated transformation not yet fully understood. Some believe they evolved from cubic measures; others believe they were simple proportions or multiples of the cubit.

The Sacred Cubit (aka Royal Cubit), which was a standard cubit enhanced by an extra span—thus 7 spans or 28 digits long—was used in constructing buildings and monuments and in surveying in ancient Egypt. The inch, foot, and yard evolved from these units through a complicated transformation not yet fully understood. Some believe they evolved from cubic measures; others believe they were simple proportions or multiples of the cubit.

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