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This Image was hand drawn and finalized in Paint shop pro 9.0. Picture depicts Heru-Ur(the Elder), who was a sky god, whose face was visualised as the face of the sun. In this form he represented the god of light. He was seen as a great falcon with outstretched wings whose right eye was the sun and the left one was the moon. His name means 'high' or 'distant' reflects his sky nature. He was the ultimate victor, and became known as Harsiesis, Heru-ur or Har-Wer (Horus the Great), which is usually translated as Horus the Elder. The hawk of Her-wer came to be associated with the kingship and was depicted seated atop the ruler's name in the original "serekh" (palace facade) style of hieroglyphic rendering
May 20th, 2009
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