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GENUINE DENACCI ANCIENT EGYPT "EYE OF HORUS" POCKET WATCH MUSEUM GRADE - $49 (Bozeman)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: DENACCI
model name / number: MUSEUM GRADE
size / dimensions: POCKET WATCH
GENUINE DENACCI ANCIENT EGYPT "EYE OF HORUS" POCKET WATCH - MUSEUM GRADE!!!

"EYE OF HORUS"

An Exquisite Original Genuine Denacci Gift Set! Complete with an Ancient Egyptian Wooden Box Depicting a Sarcophagus.

The watch is then securely encased in a Puff Silk Pouch. Comes completely Gift Wrap, with the Battery included!

Watch can also be engraved(Sample Shown)

THE HISTORY .....

Old Kingdom (c. 2686–2181 BC)

The Eye of Horus, wedjat eye or udjat eye is a concept and symbol in ancient Egyptian religion that represents well-being, healing, and protection. It derives from the mythical conflict between the god Horus with his rival Set, in which Set tore out or destroyed one or both of Horus's eyes and the eye was subsequently healed or returned to Horus with the assistance of another deity, such as Thoth. Horus subsequently offered the eye to his deceased father Osiris, and its revivifying power sustained Osiris in the afterlife. The Eye of Horus was thus equated with funerary offerings as well as with all the offerings given to deities in temple ritual. It could also represent other concepts, such as the Moon, whose waxing and waning was likened to the injury and restoration of the eye.

The Eye of Horus symbol, a stylized eye with distinctive markings, was believed to have protective magical power and appeared frequently in ancient Egyptian art. It was one of the most common motifs for amulets, remaining in use from the Old Kingdom (c. 2686–2181 BC) to the Roman period (30 BC – 641 AD). Pairs of Horus eyes were painted on coffins from the First Intermediate Period (c. 2181–2055 BC) and Middle Kingdom (c. 2055–1650 BC). Other contexts where the symbol appeared include on carved stone stelae and on the bows of boats. To some extent the symbol was adopted by the people of regions neighboring Egypt, such as Syria, Canaan, and especially Nubia.

The eye symbol was also rendered as a hieroglyph. Egyptologists have long believed that hieroglyphs representing pieces of the symbol stand for fractions in ancient Egyptian mathematics, although this hypothesis has been challenged.

Because a pocket watch doesn’t just tell you what time it is.
It tells you what time it was!

WHAT'S IN YOUR POCKET?

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