A classic piece that never goes out of style, this Port Authority embroidered polo has it all—relaxed fit, silky fabric, and a comfortable length. Get one for yourself and watch how it becomes a true outfit game-changer in your wardrobe.
• 65% polyester, 35% cotton pique
• Relaxed fit that runs large
• Flat knit collar and cuffs
• Metal buttons with dyed-to-match plastic rims
• Side vents for breathability
• Blank product sourced from Ethiopia
Chances are you’ve seen this symbol before, because it’s one of the most well-known Egyptian symbols. It’s called the Eye of Horus. It’s been in the background of plenty of mummy movies, and been turned into a lot of necklace charms.
The Eye of Horus, Wedjat Eye, or Udjat Eye is a concept and symbol in ancient Egyptian religion that represents well-being, healing, and protection. It derives from the mythical conflict between the god Horus with his rival Set.
The Eye of Horus is, from a design standpoint, both beautiful and iconic. And whoever created it might have been thinking of exactly that while dreaming it up. But it’s not just a stylish symbol. It has a deeper meaning: The Egyptians used it to express fractions of volume. Each stroke counts for a subdivided piece of the whole.
The inner corner of the eye indicates one half, the iris is one-fourth, the eyebrow is one-eighth, the outer corner of the eye is one-sixteenth, and the decorations below the eye are one thirty-second and one sixty-fourth respectively. They were combined, in various ways, to measure. wow.