by Alexander Hislop

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Egyptian Calf-Idol

Fig. 20: Egyptian Calf-Idol

Biblical Cyclopaedia, vol. i. p. 368. The flagellum or lash - the emblem of the great Egyptian god - suspended to the yoke about the neck of the calf, shows that this calf represented that god in one of his different forms.

The Two Babylons
Alexander Hislop

Chapter II
Section II
Sub-Section II
The Child In Egypt


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