Travel map on the desk Have you ever thought about those appearances in your mind? The ancient Egyptian empire that covered the desert, Handsome and beautiful king figure, A magnificent and magnificent millennial historic building. and also… A mysterious shadow in the pyramid... Let's make coffee, Open the book and spread the adventure map. Travel at the desk! **【Product desciption】** Genuine British Museum collection of cultural relics authorized goods. The Egyptian totem from the ancient artifacts has become a bookmark, which is a personal talisman in the book. Made of silicone, it is soft to the touch and easy to clean. __Ankh Life Symbol__ https://farm1.staticflickr.com/882/26621983667_012464d1ab_s.jpg Also known as Anka, Anke, is an Egyptian hieroglyphic letter. Its meaning is the symbol of life. Often appear in ancient cemeteries and art in Egypt. The ancient Egyptians often used it as a talisman, believing that they could eliminate disasters, cure diseases and resist the infestation of demons, and envelop the wearer to pray for eternal health, love and wealth. __Wedjat Eye of Horus__ https://farm1.staticflickr.com/806/26621983297_9d408fb278_s.jpg The eye of Horus, as the name suggests, is the eye of the eagle head Horus, also known as the eye of true knowledge, the eyes of Egypt. Its right eye symbolizes the perfect innocent sun, with the power to stay away from pain and overcome evil. The left eye symbolizes the moon with defects, and also distinguishes between good and evil, defending health and happiness, and the ancient Egyptians believed that Horus' left eye had the power to resurrect the dead. __Scarabs Scarab__ https://farm1.staticflickr.com/811/40779964434_48dc901c8d_s.jpg The ancient Egyptians used the habit of pushing the dung beetle to push the dung ball, such as the incarnation of the sun god Khepri, which has the power to push the sun to run, so it is considered a sacred insect. And think that the scarab's sign is a protective force for the wearer. After the person has died, he will be buried in the grave together with other ornaments of the body, in addition to praying for a safe journey to the afterlife, and continue to wear in the afterlife. https://farm1.staticflickr.com/875/39683949040_aea8eee60d_b.jpg https://farm1.staticflickr.com/812/40779844324_9b2a9b84af_b.jpg https://farm1.staticflickr.com/787/41450827772_48421478e5_b.jpg **Remarks:** This product is officially authorized by the British Museum to be a genuine product of SiPALS. Authorized © The Trustees of the British Museum (2017). All rights reserved.