Egyptian deity


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a deity worshipped by the ancient Egyptians

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The thumb-sized piece of bronze, which was discovered after almost 2,000 years hidden in the ground, has turned out to be the earliest representation of an Egyptian deity Harpocrates, the god of secrecy and silence.
He recounts the story of Ancient Egyptian deity Osiris who was chopped up into pieces and thrown into the Nile.
ENCINO - Dozens of goddess worshippers, clad in flowing gowns and heavy jewels, congregated at the Tillman Water Reclamation Japanese Gardens on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the Egyptian deity Isis and the coming of spring.
It is especially associated with the Egyptian deity Osiris, whose cult of followers has re-blossomed in the New Age movement and the current occult explosion.
Thus in discussing economic exchange, Egyptian authors describe all incoming products as "tribute," and exports as "offerings" made to the Egyptian deity (Hathor) held to rule over foreign lands
You could say that some Egyptian deity or other has smiled on Disney, but that would be to discount the hard work -- and the loads of money that have gone into the striking evolution of the Elton John-Tim Rice musical "Aida" since its world premiere a year and a haft ago in Atlanta.
Archaeologist James Spader and soldier Kurt Russell travel to a desert planet ruled by all-powerful androgynous Egyptian deity Jaye Davidson.
A stela carved in red granite depicting 19th Dynast King Ramses II presenting offerings to an ancient Egyptian deity -- Ministry of Antiquities Facebook page CAIRO -- 13 January 2018: A stela of 19th Dynasty King Ramses II was discovered by an Egyptian mission during work carried out at the San Al-Hagar archaeological site in the Sharqiya governorate.
In Plato's Phaedrus, Socrates tells the story of the ancient Egyptian deity Theuth, who invented the arts of mathematics, astronomy, and writing.
When it's working, that is; at both the final preview and on opening night the infernal thing broke down, and one could only wonder if some offended Egyptian deity of taste were casting a baleful eye on the production.
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