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The systrum was a carved bronze or copper frame, with a handle, in all from 8 to 18 inches long, with movable rings and bars.
They also appeared on the "systrum," which was a sacred instrument used by the ancient Egyptians in the performance of their religious rites, particularly in their sacrifices to the goddess Isis.
I have also been featured in The Wire's UK Radio dirkhaim, 2005-07-30 12: 05 and don't forget systrum. net and although the site is in hebrew www. 106fm.co.il borboto, 2005-12-21 15: 32 portuguese virtual radio