Horus from Mensen. Detail of a stele in freud´s posssession, Egyptian, Ptolemaic period, 301 BC.
"It is a dozens of years since I myself had a true anxiety-dream. But I remember one from my seventh or eight year, which I submitted to interpretation some thirty years later. It was a very vivid one, and in it I saw my beloved mother, with a peculiarly peaceful, sleeping expresion on her features, being carried into the room by two (or three) people with bird's beakds and laid upon the bed. I awoke in tears and screaming, and interrupted my parent's sleep. The strangely draped and unnaturally tall figures withd birds' beakds were derifed from illustrations to Philippson's Bible. I fancy they must have been gods with falcons' heads from an ancient Egyptian funerary relief."

Sigmund Freud: The Interpretation of Dreams