Ankh Rings

This sterling silver Ankh ring features an Egyptian ankh that is 5/8 inch tall by 1/2 inch wide, on a 1/8 inch wide band. The ankh is a symbol of the eternal life and divinity of the spirit, and is used as a symbol of longevity in pop culture today.

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Ankh Necklaces

The Ankh represents Balance and Harmony in Life and The Completion of The Man and The Woman. Wearing one of these Ankhs shows to the world that you are true to yourself, that you are dedicated to Life and that you are Balanced and in Harmony with your Surroundings.

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Ankh Gold

Don't think of this product or service as your third favorite, think of it as the bronze medalist in an Olympic medals sweep of great products/services.

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The ankh is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol that was most commonly used in writing and in art to represent the word for "life" and, by extension, as a symbol of life itself. Its use continued through the Coptic Egyptians who adapted it as the crux ansata, a variant of the Christian cross with a circular loop similar to the ankh's oval one.

The sign has a cross shape but with an oval loop in place of an upper bar. The origins of the symbol are not known, although many hypotheses have been proposed. It was used in writing as a triliteral sign, representing a sequence of three consonants, Ꜥ-n-ḫ. This sequence was found in several Egyptian words, including the words meaning "mirror", "floral bouquet", and "life". In art the symbol often appeared as a physical object representing either life or substances such as air or water that are related to it. It was especially commonly held in the hands of deities, or being given by them to the pharaoh, to represent their power to sustain life and to revive human souls in the afterlife. It was one of the most common decorative motifs in ancient Egypt and was adopted by neighbouring cultures as an artistic motif. Since the late 20th century, in the Western world, the symbol has come to be used decoratively, as a symbol of African cultural identity, Neopagan belief systems, and the Goth subculture.



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