Pharaoh’s bull tail

The bull’s tail, a common attribute of royalty.The pharaoh was often depicted with a Bull’s tail hanging from the back of his kilt. It is likely that this emphasised the strength and procreative power of the ruler. This emblem was adopted at a very early stage in Egyptian history .
pharaoh Bull's Tail
 it appears on both the Narmer palette and the Scorpion macehead (the Predynastic Period). In later periods, the bull’s tail fell out of favour, but epithets such as “Strong Bull,” or “Mighty Bull” were retained by many pharaohs.

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