Ammit (Print)

Regular price $15.00

Ammit [Egyptian] “the devourer”
Ammit is an underworld goddess who devoured the hearts found to be unworthy when weighed against Ma’at’s feather on the scales of justice. The souls of those she fed on were believed to become restless forever and “die a second time.” Although she was not worshipped in Ancient Egypt, her image was thought to ward off evil.

The original piece was done in watercolor and pencil on rag paper, measuring 11 x 7".

This print (THIS LISTING IS FOR THE PRINT, NOT THE ACTUAL PAINTING) measures 8" X 12" (the painting has a 1/2" white border). It is a lovely reproduction of the original work, on photo matte paper. This listing is for the print only, no frame or matting will be included. It will be shipped in a plastic sleeve and sturdy cardboard mailer.