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Synonyms for Amun

a primeval Egyptian personification of air and breath


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Pharaoh Tout-ankh-Amun Heqa-Iounou shema Neb-kheperou-Ra ("Living image of Amun, Sovereign Ruler of southern Heliopolis.
Subsequent pharaohs promptly restored the religion of Amun, and moved the capital back to Thebes.
Don Kahle ( writes a weekly column for The Register-Guard and blogs at, where you can see a photo of Ahmed, Ahmed and Amun.
Her titles, "Lady of the House" and "Chantress of Amun" suggest that her family owned property.
to make the bid for selling Amun tourist village, owned by Egypt's Misr Travel
The 3,000 year-old granite Abu Simbel temples are a popular tourist attraction, known for four colossal statues built during the reign of Ramses II and dedicated to the god Amun.
Bdd r artistiaid a gomisinwd n cwrdd amun diwrnod mmisMai i brormio'i gwaith i gnuida gwahodddig.
According to the Greek historian Herodotus (484-425 B.C.), Cambyses, the son of Cyrus the Great, sent 50,000 soldiers from Thebes on the Nile to attack the Oasis of Siwa and destroy the oracle at the Temple of Amun after the priests there refused to legitimize his claim to Egypt.
At the temple complex of Karnak, one obelisk that Thutmose III merely had walled off show both her mix-and-match gender presentation and her joy at being the great god Amun's earthly representative.
The Ancient Worlds gallery will contain the famous Leeds mummy, Natsef- Amun, who will take up residence in a recreation of an ancient Egyptian tomb.
"There's truly a renaissance going on here that is pretty much unrecognized by those outside the city." Whitsell lists some of the African-American theatres based in Nashville: SistaS-tyle Productions, Dream 7 Theatre Productions, Collards & Caviar Productions, Nairobi Cafe, American Negro Playwright Theatre and the Amun Ra Theatre.
One exhibit, the mummified remains of Asru, a chantress at the Temple of Amun in Karnak, has been seen unwrapped at Manchester Museum for 120 years.
The two horizontal lines at the base of the naos spell out the formula: "An offering that the King and Amun, the King of Kings, wish to make".