Horus, Egyptian god, Guardian of Pharaoh.
He was in the form of a falcon whose right eye was the sun or morning star, representing power and quintessence, and whose left eye was the moon or evening star, representing healing.
Horus was a powerful fighter. In order to protect the imperial authority, Horus defeated Set, who was many times more powerful than himself. After succeeding to the throne, Horus was also regarded as the supreme god, the god of the sky.
Falcon Head Sculpt x2
TB League 1/6 scale male seamless body with metal skeleton
3 pairs interchangeable hands
Long gown worn next to the skin
Leather upper outer garment
One-piece armor for protecting shoulders and heart
Neck ornament: a piece of chain with a pendant at each end
Waist decoration with sashes, pendants and other elements
Ornamental rings for upper arms
Fabric sleeves for lower legs
Armor for lower legs
Falcon claw-shaped feet
Egyptian temple column made up of two parts, with a detachable holder
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