What’s a “naja haje”?

Carole Towriss Ancient Egypt, In the Shadow of Sinai, Research 0 Comments

The Egyptian cobra, also called a “naja haje,” is most likely the snake the magicians in Pharaoh’s court used in their duel with Moses. It is the most dangerous and one of the largest cobras of the African continent. When disturbed, cobras have the ability to raise the front quarter of their bodies off the ground and spread their necks …