What’s behind the eye? Anthropos, Greek for humankind, is represented by the first letter of the Latin alphabet, a Phoenician variant. The modern term, anthropology, is derived from a combination of anthropos, and logos, to study.
The evil eye, a curse bequeathed to one through the glare of another, is believed by many to hold misfortune. Talismans depicting the eye are said to ward off these evil spirits.
Symbolic of this meaning, the Anthropos emblem combines this idea of a protective talisman with the ancient word of man, to illustrate its message; watching over humankind for the purpose of study.
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