Heka

$48
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The crook (heka) and the flail or flabellum (nekhakha), are two of the most prominent items in the royal regalia of ancient Egypt. A symbol of royalty, majesty and dominion, presented here with turquoise and reclaimed goldtone brass. 1″ X 2 1/4″.

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