Notice that although the papyrus is written in Greek, it here clearly depicts a man with the head of an animal and holding two wands or staffs. This holds true with traditional depictions of Egyptian gods - wands and staffs were symbols of power.
Hapi Represented as Hap-Meht (Upper Egypt) and Hap-Reset (Lower Egypt) Uniting Egypt by Tying the Lotus on One Side (Upper Egypt) and Papyrus on the Other Side (Lower Egypt) to the Sema Hieroglyph Sign for Unity.
Sudan - The Black Pharaohs. The National Museum of Sudan is the largest museum in Sudan. Located on El Neel Avenue in Khartoum, the museum contains works from different epochs of Sudanese history. It was founded in