98. Hor-Aha: Establishing a Territorial Monarchy Posted on August 16, 2022 by Nathan Just how DO you get people who’ve always been egalitarian to accept the rule of a king? Post navigation If you're on desktop, you can navigate with your left and right arrows. Join the conversation!There are now 9 comments on pg 98. Hor-Aha: Establishing a Territorial Monarchy.What are your thoughts? No image. Reply ↓ And of course I’m on the road all day taking my kid to college. I’ll try to fix this when I get a chance. It seems to be a back-end issue with WordPress, but idk. EDIT: It was an image-crunching error. I called my wife during a rest stop and she was able to fix it. Should be working now Reply ↓ It’s not specifically related to the content of the course, but I do think the presentation is always lovely. You’ve got a great visual style, and a lot of variety in poses and abstract depictions to make it all memorable. Great work. Reply ↓ Thank you very much! Reply ↓ Is Justice allowed to pick up those feathers? Reply ↓ Sure. Unless they have a Migratory Bird Act in ancient Egypt. Reply ↓ So how ignorant am I? I had no idea until very recently that Ma’at’s stylized feather was an ostrich feather. I somehow thought ostriches were from Australia, not Africa. But yeah, the Egyptian origin of Lady Justice wore an Ostrich feather in her hair, just like an early Las Vegas showgirl. And when you died, she would weigh the sins on your heart against an ostrich feather so light that it floated above the scales. Who knew? Reply ↓ Aww, Little Justice is all grown up! But she’s still trying to maintain harmony among a really big tribe. “Screw it. Harmony is overrated. Where’d I put that sword?” Reply ↓ Oh dear. She’s already put one eye out. You’d think she’d have learned her lesson. Reply ↓ Class ParticipationCancel reply Advertisements: Post navigation If you're on desktop, you can navigate with your left and right arrows.