Balabanu / Balaban Aşireti

Turna Kusu

Marble Relief of Hermes in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, July 2007 von ElissaSCA.

Marble Relief of Hermes in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hermes / Idris peygamber

"Hazreti Sah'in avazi
Turna derler bir kustadir
Asasi Nil deryasinda
Hirkasi bir dervistedir "...

Pir Sultan

Originally named Tehuti by the Egyptians, Thoth was given his better known name by the Greeks. They linked him with their god Hermes, and like Hermes, he was considered to be the god of wisdom, writing and invention. He was also the messenger and spokesman of the gods and finally the lord of the moon. Thoth invented the arts and sciences, music, and magic, and was the god of learning, but above all, he was famed for being the creator of hieroglyphs, and was known as “the lord of holy words”. As the god who invented writing, he was the protector of scribes. Thoth was occasionally described as the tongue or heart of Ra. This extraordinary relief is made from compound stone with fiberglass reinforcement. Ready to hang. Measures 38”H x 22”W.