Collection: The Sacred Baboons of the Sun-god

A sacred baboon had been believed as the incarnation of the sun-god as it looked posturing to worship against the rising sun, among people in the ancient Egypt (330-305 B.C.) when kings with gods and goddesses enjoyed the flourishing civilization in the basin of the Nile. A work of refined art of the ancient Egyptian dynasty was arranged into our warp brocade dipicting the personified sacred baboons and the hieroglyphs.

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