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The three swords monument (Sverd i Fjell) at Hafrsfjord, Stavanger, Norway

The three swords monument (Sverd i Fjell) at Hafrsfjord, Stavanger, Norway

Imgur These stone swords at the “Sverd i fjell Giant Sword Monument” in Norway stand more than 30 feet tall.

Imgur These stone swords at the “Sverd i fjell Giant Sword Monument” in Norway stand more than 30 feet tall.

Josef Thorak

Josef Thorak

Samaritan - The Samaritans were a Mesopotamian people that migrated to and settled in Palestine during the first half of the 1st millenium BCE. They adopted Jewish culture, starting at the 6th century BCE. The Samaritans continued to use their alphabet even though Old Hebrew became replaced with the Aramaic-derived Jewish (or Hebrew) script. In time, their script evolved into a distinctive form called the Samaritan script.

Samaritan - The Samaritans were a Mesopotamian people that migrated to and settled in Palestine during the first half of the 1st millenium BCE. They adopted Jewish culture, starting at the 6th century BCE. The Samaritans continued to use their alphabet even though Old Hebrew became replaced with the Aramaic-derived Jewish (or Hebrew) script. In time, their script evolved into a distinctive form called the Samaritan script.

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Image of the Egyptian God Seth, taken up by the Rammesids of the New Kingdom as a patron deity.

Image of the Egyptian God Seth, taken up by the Rammesids of the New Kingdom as a patron deity.

Tutankhamun in Barcelona  Horus.

Tutankhamun in Barcelona Horus.

Djed Pillar amulet, a symbol of divine royal stability, and linked to Osiris' backbone and resurrection, most commonly placed on mummies.

Djed Pillar amulet, a symbol of divine royal stability, and linked to Osiris' backbone and resurrection, most commonly placed on mummies.

To the Ancient Egyptians, Scarabaeus sacer was a symbol of Khepri, the early morning manifestation of the sun god Ra

To the Ancient Egyptians, Scarabaeus sacer was a symbol of Khepri, the early morning manifestation of the sun god Ra