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a primeval Egyptian personification of air and breath


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The temple of Amun-Ra in the Dakrur mountain is also worth a visit.
Something of the "fear" inspired by the king and referred to by Gnirs is to be found here in the request from the viceroy Setau to Amun-Ra to keep him eloquent in the presence of the king.
"The gods, especially Amun-Ra, told me the world will be transferred to the moon before 2012 to save the universe from destruction," she said.
Seated on a rectangular base rounded at the corners, his hands emerging from his enveloping cloak and crossed over his knees, holding a lettuce in his right hand, and wearing a short beard and double wig composed of striated strands radiating from the crown and echeloned rectangular curls in front, his face with broad nose, heavy-lidded eyes, and indented earlobes, the naos before him carved with the ram head of the god Amun-Ra surmounted by a uraeus and sun-disk, each side of the naos engraved with a standing divine figure, Mut on the right and Khonsu on the left, a line of inscription on the base of the naos, two columns of inscription on the black pillar, the prenomen of Ramesses II on his right forearm.
Images used that were not from the Horemheb tomb include that of the pharaoh Tuthmosis III (1504-1450 B.C.), as well as the all-important god, Amun-Ra.