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historytellrsworld: EPITHETS OF THE GOD HORUS …

historytellrsworld:

EPITHETS OF THE GOD HORUS
some Divine Names of the God Horus from the Pyramid Texts- part I:

[reconstruction of the Sacred Ritual Barque of Horus in the “Great Seat”, the Inner Shrine of Horus in His Temple at Behdet (Edfu) ]

-Young Child
-Great God
-King of the Gods
-Lord of the Horizon
-Lord of the Sky
-Lord of the green
-Lord of human beings
-Lord of mortals and Gods
-Lord of the Two Lands
-Lord of food
-Great One, son of the Great One
-Sole One
-‘Ba’-Soul dwelling in His (King’s) blood
-Divine Falcon
-He Who came forth from Hapy (the Nile-God)
-Heir of His Father
-Long-striding
-Eastern
-He of the Horizon (“Harmachi”)
-Great One dwelling in On-Heliopolis
-Dweller in Osiris
-Dweller in Sothis (Sirius)
-Dweller among the falcons
-Dweller in the Great Green (the sea)
-Dweller in the Broad Hall
-Dweller in His House
-Green
-Bright Green
-Living
-Living of Dawnings

Profile of the pharaoh of Ancient Egypt

Profile of the pharaoh of Ancient Egypt

Mammisi (birth place) of Horus, Temple of Is…

Mammisi (birth place) of Horus, Temple of Isis at Philae

Shrine of Nectanebo II inside the sanctuary …

Shrine of Nectanebo II inside the sanctuary of the Temple of Horus at Edfu

Nectanebo II (360-342 BC) was the third and last pharaoh of the Thirtieth Dynasty of Egypt as well as the last native ruler of ancient Egypt.

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Qebehsenuef, Son of Horus and holder of the intestines. He is protected by Serqet

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God Horus as a falcon wearing ‘Pschent’, the d…

God Horus as a falcon wearing ‘Pschent’, the double crown represented the unification of the two regions of Egypt. Statue on Luxor Bridge over Nile, Luxor

Statue of Horus making a libation   Originall…

Statue of Horus making a libation  

Originally, this bronze statue of the god Horus was covered with precious materials; inlays of glass or colored faience; and gilt coating or gold plate, to evoke the eternal indestructible flesh of the gods. 

These elements also concealed the joints between the various sections cast using the lost-wax technique. (bronze, height: 95 cm) 3rd Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, ca. 945-720 BC. Now in the Louvre.

Decorated reliefs of ancient deities and hie…

Decorated reliefs of ancient deities and hieroglyphic inscriptions on walls of the Temple Horus at Edfu, ca. 305-30 BC, dated back to the Ptolemaic Kingdom.

Allow yourself to see both the beautiful and t…

Allow yourself to see
both the beautiful
and the mysterious–
The Egyptian Eyes.

totenbuch:The God Horus in His form of sacred …

totenbuch:

The God Horus in His form of sacred falcon spreading His wings in protection and holding the ‘shen’-ring (symbol of eternal protection).
Watercolour copy by Howard Carter (1874-1939) of a painted scene from the “Temple of Millions of Years” of Hatshepsut (Deir el-Bahari)