Fly Nubian Queen (II)
"Fly Nubian Queen" With a Holographic Ma'at's Ostrich Feather for the "i" in Nubian.
Ma'at's Ostrich Feather
Usually, the feather was a symbol of Ma'at, the goddess of truth and order. The goddess was always shown wearing an ostrich feather in her hair. The feather by itself was her emblem.
In art, the feather was shown in scenes of the Hall of Ma'at. This hall is where the deceased was judged for his worthiness to enter the afterlife. The seat of the deceased's soul, his heart, was weighed on a balance against the feather of Ma'at. If the heart was free from the impurities of sin, and therefore lighter than the feather, then the dead person could enter the eternal afterlife. Other gods in the judgement hall who were part of the tribunal overseeing the weighing of the heart were also pictured holding a feather.
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- Durable Heat Transfer Material
- 4.1 Oz, Preshrunk Ultra Cotton
- Seamless 5/6" Collar
- Taped Neck and Shoulders
- Satin Label
- Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hems
- Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors
- Best to Hang Dry
- DO NOT USE BLEACH
- Turn Inside Out to Iron