Cretan Crook

The crook (heka) and the flail or flabellum (nekhakha), are two of the most prominent items in the royal regalia of ancient Egypt.

The crook was a cane with a hooked handle, sometimes gold-plated and reinforced with blue copper bands. It probably derived from the shepherd's crosier.

Cretan Crook today.

  • Use(for goats)

  •  Use (for walk)
Cretan men with their crook
 Other uses:lol!!!!!
It is also martial arm!!!!
A Gretan farmer swung a shepherd's crook at a riot policeman in the port of Piraeus, near Athens.