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Mamy lato, sezon ślubny rozpoczął się na dobre, u mnie oznacza to pamiątki ślubu na tapecie. Nazbierało się trochę tego w ostatnim czasie :)...

Mamy lato, sezon ślubny rozpoczął się na dobre, u mnie oznacza to pamiątki ślubu na tapecie. Nazbierało się trochę tego w ostatnim czasie :)...

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MITOLOGIA EGIPCIA KHEPRA ou KHEPRI – ESCARAVELHO - era da classe dos deuses egípcios associados com um animal particular. O nome significa o escaravelho ou aquele que surge. Divindade solar cujo culto menciona-se nos textos das pirâmides.

MITOLOGIA EGIPCIA KHEPRA ou KHEPRI – ESCARAVELHO - era da classe dos deuses egípcios associados com um animal particular. O nome significa o escaravelho ou aquele que surge. Divindade solar cujo culto menciona-se nos textos das pirâmides.

My scarab  from the Randee Ketzel/Kim Schlinke workshop | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

My scarab from the Randee Ketzel/Kim Schlinke workshop

Lapis Lazuli Scarab (Khephra) with ptera “feathers” or “wings” lifting the disk of the Sun Ra with its “hands”

Lapis Lazuli Scarab (Khephra) with ptera “feathers” or “wings” lifting the disk of the Sun Ra with its “hands”

Ancient Egyptian scarabs. Carved brown limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the mummy.

Carved brown limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the Mummy. Some were worn by the deceased on a necklace, or mounted in gold settings as a pectoral.