Bookmark Egypt - Egyptian God Thot
A Writer God for Book Lovers
What is more suitable for friends of the art of writing than a bookmark with the deity Thot? In ancient Egypt Thot was worshipped as God for scripture, writing and knowledge and is said to have brought scripture to people in the first place. Also in the underworld the deity Thot worked as a scribe and kept the files in the afterlife court, in which the deeds of the deceased were listed. This ensured that nothing was forgotten. You can use this attractive bookmark as a stylish guide in your current reading material.
The reader himself is
The bookmark is made of real papyrus and the deity Thot is printed on it. Since only the "outlines" are printed, you have the possibility to design the bookmark yourself. For example, you can add color to the deity Thot, but even a sticker with thin decorations is not excluded. It's up to you what your bookmark will look like in the end.
Bookmark Deity Thot
- Made of high-quality premium papyrus
- Size: 19x7 cm
The Deity Thot and its Tasks
Ancient Egypt had many gods and Thot belonged to the supra-regionally important gods. As moon god he was responsible for the calculation of time and the calendar and had also as main resort written knowledge and knowledge transfer. Egyptian writers were even referred to as the "Team or Artists of Thot". The deity Thot could appear, beside the known form as an ibis-headed man, also as an ibis or baboon and was called by the Egyptians themselves by the name Djehuti, whose Greek transmission as Thot is still used today.
Suitable for many occasions
This bookmark is suitable for many occasions. Whether as a gift to yourself or others or as an entertaining activity in school or at a children's birthday party:
This bookmark with the god Thot is certainly a welcome change.
Egyptian deity Thot:
God of scribes and scholars, also Godhead for the calendar and time calculation of the Egyptians
Man with an ibis head and writing utensils in his hand.
Make your own papyrus bookmark - Can be easily painted with all common pens such as felt-tip pens, inks or water and tempera colours.
Bookmark Egypt Tip:
Ideal for schools or even children's birthdays
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