Min, in ancient Egyptian religion, was a god of fertility and harvest, the embodiment of the masculine principle; he was also worshipped as the Lord of the Eastern Desert. ... His cult originated in predynastic times (4th millennium BCE). Min was represented with phallus erect, a flail in his raised right hand. Source
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Did ancient Tama-Re have access to a microscope?
"...How big are sperm cells? From head to tail, human sperm cells measure about 50 micrometers (0.05 millimeters, or roughly 0.002 inches). The tiniest object you can see with your unaided eyes is about 0.1 mm—so forget about seeing sperm without a microscope. A human egg is about 30 times bigger—large enough to be seen with the naked eye." : Source
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