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Description Horus, an ancient Egyptian falcon headed-deity. Horus was usually depicted wearing the double crown of kingship, but also appeared in a fully falcon form, among others. Ra, another falcon-headed deity, is distinguished by the presence of the sun disk on his head, but the ancient Egyptians often combined Re and Horus into the composite deity known as Re-Horakhty.[1] Based on New Kingdom tomb paintings. Date 19:46, 26 December 2007 (UTC) Source Own work Author Jeff Dahl

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current11:09, 21 May 2012Thumbnail for version as of 11:09, 21 May 2012262 × 599 (55 KB)Luiz Alexandre SilvaDescription Horus, an ancient Egyptian falcon headed-deity. Horus was usually depicted wearing the double crown of kingship, but also appeared in a fully falcon form, among others. Ra, another falcon-headed deity, is distinguished by the presence of the s

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