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What is the Egyptian symbol for 'only god can trust me'?


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Answered 2011-09-14 09:47:13

Since Egyptian Hieroglyphics are much like the letters of our alphabet, there would not be a single symbol for an entire sentence, but rather a series of symbols that spell out the meanings of the words.

Also, they recognized many different Gods, and each had a different symbol. The symbol in your question for God would depend on which one of the gods you were talking about.

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