One of the most important Gods of the deities of the ancient
Egyptians as well as one of the historically oldest, Horus is the
Falcon-headed god of the land of the pyramids. He was revered as the God
of the sky, and as such it was said that the moon was his left eye and
the sun his right. He is also the Egyptian god of hunting, and war, who
warred at length with Set at the instruction of his mother, Isis, who
set him to protect Egypt from the lord of the deserts.
Here he is shown as a barrel-chested man with jet-black skin, and the
head and face of a Falcon. Upon his head sits a royal Egyptian head
dress, as the Pharaoh or king was often identified as having been Horus
reborn. Fearsome and sturdy, he is portrayed as the protector, wielding a
polearm within his muscled hands. Place him upon your altar or home in
reverence and worship, and seek his aid in protecting you and the ones
This statue stands approximately 12" tall and 10" wide at its widest point, and is sculpted beautifully of cold cast resin.