Egyptian HEH God Of Infinity Tutankhamen Fragment Plaque Wall Frieze 17" www.NEO-MFG.com
Size: 17" x 15.5"
This quality reproduction is of HEH is a popular image. Its most noteable is found on Chair from the Tomb of Tutankhamun (cedar-wood), Valley of the Kings, West Thebes. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
The god Ḥeḥ was usually depicted anthropomorphically, as in the hieroglyphic character, as a male figure with divine beard and lappet wig. Normally kneeling (one knee raised), sometimes in a basket—the sign for "all", the god typically holds in each hand a notched palm branch (palm rib). (These were employed in the temples for ceremonial time-keeping, which use explains the use of the palm branch as the hieroglyphic symbol for rnp.t, "year"). Occasionally, an additional palm branch is worn on the god's head.
In Ancient Egyptian Numerology, Gods such as Heh were used to represent numbers in a decimal point system. Particularly, the number 1,000,000 is depicted in the hieroglyph of Heh, who is position in his normal seated position.
Last photo is of the chair from the Tomb on display in the museum
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