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Synonyms for Amun

a primeval Egyptian personification of air and breath


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Amun 3 also contains other layers containing oil and gas extracted from layers of sand.
The High Priest of Amun at this time was a royal prince who ensured that on festival days there was plenty of bread, beer, beef and fowl, fruit, and flowers for everyone.
Right there, ancient maps had erroneously located the temple of Amun, some 62 miles south of Siwa.
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 columns of inscription on the black pillar comprise additional offering formulas invoking the god Amun of Karnak as the Living Ram, and the deities Mut of Ascheru and Khonsu of Thebes.
In chapter 7 of The Egyptologists (Kingsley Amis & Robert Conquest, 1965), a cod professorial lecture includes in its general babble "Swisser Swatter se divine wives of Amun.
This abundantly illustrated volume is a comprehensive catalog of those deities from Osiris and Amun to Babi and Ba-Pef.
2) Light and shadow heighten the drama of the 45-foot columns in ``Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amun, Karnak.
The success of the original LUXOR game was quickly followed by LUXOR Amun Rising, making LUXOR the #1 casual game brand of last year and the biggest arcade-style puzzle game ever launched in the casual space.
1943: This interesting hymn to Amun is written in a fluid, literary hand.
In the first line of the Stele de la Victoire de Piankhy (the story of Barkal, according to Antenor Firmin), found in 1862 in the temple of Amun of Gebel Barkal ("Holy mountain") in Nubia, now in the Cairo Museum, the title nsw--bit, "King of upper and lower Egypt," introduces the royal name as Mery-Amon-P-ankhy, or more canonically P-ankhy Mery-Amon, Pi-ankhy, "The Beloved of Amun": "The living.
The two temples are dedicated to several deities, namely Ra, Ptah, Amun and Hathor.
The large stone door features colorful engravings that depict King Shabaka offering the goddess of truth, Maat, to the god Amun Raa, the chief deity.
Reiterating SPLM commitment to peaceful dialogue with National Congress Party over implementation of the remaining issues, Amun affirmed that his party will not be the one to take the country back to war even if differences continues to provoke emotions of wars.