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Kom Ombo Temple & Crocodile Museum, Nile River, Egypt.

Kom Ombo Temple & Crocodile Museum, Nile River, Egypt.

The snake is one of the animals that most possesses varied meanings and symbologies in diverse cultures. The serpents in Ancient Egypt have several references to their image in several species.
One is deceived who thinks that the snakes because they have a different aspect and that in many cause repulsion, would have a negative meaning.
The image of the serpents in Ancient Egypt were very well used by the Egyptians and especially by the pharaohs. They are considered an amulet of protection, and possessing a powerful energy that is able to block negative energies of people and environments.

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Photo prise @ Markaz Deraw le 1 octobre 2018 (© eROV65 / Flickr)

Voir aussi :
 kom ombo temple, crocodile museum, templo, temple, museum, museu, egito, egypt, nile, rio nilo, fellaheen, hórus, nile river, sobek, promontório, haroéris, pa-sebek, terra de sobek, deus-crocodilo, crocodile-god
 

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