The crux ansata or looped cross, the ancient hieroglyph for Life, widely used as a symbol of occultism in genderal. When combined with a five-petalled rose it is a badge of the Alexandrians (q.v.)
The ankh (pronounced 'ahnk') was the Egyptian hieroglyphic character that stood for the life. Gods may carry it by the loop, or bear one in each hand crossed over their breast. Latinists interpreted the symbol as a crux ansata, "cross with a handle".
the Egyptian word for "life"
( ankh), pl. ankhs ( ankhs). A tau cross with a loop at the top symbolic of generation or enduring life. The ancient Egyptians saw the ankh as symbolic of life. Often seen in tombs of pharaohs the symbol held multiple meaning and its exact origin is unknown.
A hieroglyphic sign symbolising life; it has been likened to a sandal strap.
Ancient Egyptian symbol (a key-shaped cross) that is a heavily potent religious symbol.
An ancient Egyptian symbol resembling a cross with a loop at the top. Also called the crux ansata or looped cross. Egyptian hieroglyph for "life" and "cosmic knowledge". Widely used as an occult symbol of the Life Principle.
An ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic representing life, or the power to give life. A symbol that looks like a cross with a loop at the top, many Egyptian artifacts depict the gods holding an Ankh.
an Egyptian amulet shaped a little like a cross
an Egyptian symble I thike its meaning is along the lines of rebirth
a powerful Egyptian symbol of renewal, creative power and an abundant life
a symbol of fertility and resurrection
hieroglyphic sign meaning "life" and "to live"
hieroglyph signifying life, used by ancient Egyptians.
Egyptian "Cross of Life" which represents the union of male and female and was regarded as a universal life charm. The symbol is a cross with a looped, oval top. Also called the Key of the Nile.
Hieroglyphic meaning `to live' and `life'. Adopted by Coptic Christians as their cross.
a hieroglyphic sign for life, similar to a cross but with a loop in place of the upper arm and usually worn as jewelry
ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for "life", combining the symbols of the male and female genitals in a looped cross, representing both Initiation and everlasting life
An Egyptian symbol, shaped like a cross with a looped top. Although the meaning is debated, it is most often defined as representing eternal life or reincarnation. My techno-witch and techno-pagan logos use an ankh as part of their design.
An ancient Egyptian symbol resembling a cross with a loop at the top.It symbolizes life and cosmic knowledge,most the Egyptian gods/goddess's are shown carrying one.Also known as the crux ansata,the Ankh is used in modern craft use,in fertility ,health.
A hand-held ritual instrument used to perform the "opening of the mouth" ceremony on the living pharaoh and deceased individuals resulting in the "breath of life." It is the most prolific symbol found in ancient Egyptian art and is equated with long or eternal life.
The Egyptian ankh is an ancient symbol meaning both physical and eternal life.
A symbol whose hieroglyphic sign means life or a symbol of divinity. Gods are frequently shown wearing or carrying the sacred symbol. Common people would wear the ankh as an amulet.
the Egyptian symbol of life; a cross with a loop at the top
An Ancient Kemitic symbol that represents life. The top part of the Ankh represents the womb and fallopian tubes. The bottom represents the male penis. The symbol of the Cross comes from the Ankh, however, it leaves out the female womb.
The cross with a loop at its top, a symbol of life in Ancient Egypt. Hr: live.
A symbol of life, resembling a looped cross. It was later adapted by Coptic Christians as their cross. Widely used as an amulet.
Egypt's "Tree of Life" that protects its wearer from sickness and loss of psychic awareness. Today it has been adopted by many as the ideal "alternative cross" as one of its other early uses was as a Christian Symbol.
The ankh (pronunced // in English, symbol ) was the Egyptian hieroglyphic character that stood for the word , meaning life. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest. It is also known as the Egyptian Cross, or as crux ansata, Latin for "cross with a handle".
Ankh is a point-and-click 3D adventure game by Deck13 Interactive. It features a fully three-dimensional environment with cineastic camera movement. All content is fully spoken and the soundtrack reflects an authentic Egyptian atmosphere.