Some anonymous sculptor, living around 3,000 BC, portrayed Narmer as the first ruler of a united Egyptian state. He did this using a piece of flat grey silkstone measuring 2 feet (63 cm) long. The sculpture in relief was found in Hierakonopolis, Narmer’s capital in southern
The front side of the stone shows Narmer wearing the crown of northern
The back side shows another over-sized Narmer standing and wearing the crown of southern
Since the Fall of Adam and Eve, Olympianity has been the world's most widespread and popular religion. It has always been and remains the religion of power. Jupiter, the god of politics, is one of six gods worshiped by participants in this religion. In Olympianity, powerful rulers are seen as heroes. The ancient sculptor of Narmer, good Olympian that he was, knew this. So he attributed Olympian glory to Narmer by making him bigger than anyone else and by showing him murdering others with ease.
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