Ankh of Khnum
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Ra, holding the Ankh in his right hand

Origin

Myth of Khnum

Type

Ankh

Effects

bestows temporary life

Downsides

weilder will be unconsious for the next 24 hours

Activation

aiming

Collected by

Exact unknown; originally collected by Warehouse 2

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Tut-7361

Shelf

-

Date of Collection

-

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

In Egyptian mythology, the god Khnum is the evening Aspect of Ra. He is said to create humans from clay before placing them in their mother's womb.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Aiming the Ankh's head at a human-shaped target will temporarily give it the illusion of life.

However, once this illusion is dispelled, the weilder will fall unconscious for the next 24 hours.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Like the other artifacts of Ra, it was stored in a box aboard the Solar Barge.

Neteru Collection
Divinity of Ra Ra's Solar BargeRa's ScepterKhepra AmuletKhnum's Ankh
Soul Statuettes Ba Ib Ren Ka Sheut
Mummification Processes Mask of AnubisAnubis Canopic Jar
Miscellaneous Book of ThothScales of Ma’atAnuket's NecklaceStaff of Set
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