Carved Lapis Lazuli goose, believed to have laid Cosmic Egg from which Ra, the sun God, was hatched. Egypto-Roman. 30 BC-324 AD
Ancient Egyptian limestone goose.
In ancient Egyptian mythology, the geese were believed to be the creator of the world. They were believed to have laid the Cosmic Egg from which Ra, the sun God, was hatched.
Ptolemaic. 305-30 BC
Ancient Egyptian limestone seated cat, sacred animal of the sun god Ra, on a base. Incised scarab beetle on the neck. A Ushabti rests in the front. 26th Dynasty.
Ancient Egyptian brown limestone heart scarab with a winged beetle, an Eye of Horus, a bird and the sun God Ra on the top. Three columns of various Egyptian symbols on the bottom. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC
Ancient Egyptian limestone statue of a seated cat. Depicted here with a collar, a cartouche on each side, an Eye of Horus on the chest and an Ushabti between its front legs. Cats were revered by the ancient Egyptians as they were viewed as the sacred animal of the Sun God Ra. 26th Dynasty.
Ancient Egyptian green limestone stamp seal with attached ring, the bottom of the seal has the Sun God Ra holding an Ankh, the Egyptian symbol of life. 18th Dynasty. 1570-1342 BC
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