The most famous ancient Egyptian symbols and signs of ancient Egypt are the ankh, the 'all-seeing' Eye of Horus, the Was Sceptre and the djed column. Additional information about ancient gods is also available via:
Facts about Egyptian Symbols
Egyptian Symbols Fact File
Hieroglyphics: Definition: Hieroglyphics consists of a writing system, developed in ancient Egypt, that use picture symbols to convey concepts and ideas.
Hieroglyph: Definition: A Hieroglyph is a pictographic character in the ancient Egyptian writing system, or picture language, and was invented before 3000 BC.
Glyph: Definition: A Glyph consists of picture symbols and pictographs, symbols in which objects were represented by a miniature, often stylized, drawing
Two-Dimensional Art: Definition: Ancient Egyptian art is two-dimensional meaning a work of art that is flat and viewed from the front, having the dimensions of width and height only. The figures of humans were drawn in profile but with one eye and both shoulders shown frontally, legs are shown side ways
Fetish: Definition: Some ancient Egyptian Symbols, like the Ankh or the eye, were believed to be a fetish, an object that was believed to embody magical powers, used to create a bond between the mortal world and the Underworld
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