Ancient Egyptian crook and flail coloring pages

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Ancient Egyptian crook and flail coloring page

These ancient Egyptian symbols — the crook and flail — became the symbols of a pharaoh’s authority.

The shepherd’s crook (heka) meant “kingship”, while the flail (nekhakha) represented the fertility of the land.

They are well-known today since being seen on the coffin of the boy prince King Tutankhamun (otherwise known as King Tut).

Just click on the picture to see a larger, printable version of this ancient Egyptian crook and flail coloring page.

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Egyptian crook and flail

Egyptian crook and flail coloring page

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