The ankh is a hieroglyph (representation of a concept) for “life”. It symbolizes eternal life, to be specific.
Egyptologists, archaeologists, religionists, historians, random people – no one can decide on where the ankh came from. 924 more words
Tonight will be the three-year anniversary of my first oath to Anubis…and it remains, in my mind, perhaps the most important. Even more than the very significant one that followed it on the evening of October 31st, even more than the life-changing permanent oath and marriage vows on the summer solstice that followed that. 428 more words
Today I thought I would post a snippet from my middle grade Ancient Egyptian-themed book Cleo Dalby and the Curse of the Chaos Mummies. It’s full of good and evil gods and goddesses, nasty beasts and a battle of life and death to save the world – of course. 1,049 more words