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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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245;
stones as incorporations of the sun-god at, 280;
worship of the bull Mnevis at, 288;
lions kept in temple at, 291;
the ancient tree in the 'Great Hall' of, 298;
the obelisk of, 318
HEL-I-O-POL'ITAN RECENSION. A version of the Book of the Dead,, 113
HE'LI-OS. Rhea, wife of, 65;
equivalent, Ra, 65
HELL. Reference to, 123
HEL-LEN'IC. Supremacy, period of, 35;
Greek mysteries, pre-, 57;
myth, 77
HEN-EN-NI-SUT. Peasant lays his case before the Lord Stewart
Meruitensa at, 222-224
HEN-EN-SET-EN. Peasant of Salt Country trades with, 220
HENKH-IS-ES'UI. East wind called, 180
HEN-MEM'ET. Dwellers in heaven, 126
HEN'U. Seker-boat known as, 145
HEQT. Goddess, identified with Hathor, 295
HER'AC-LES. Reference to, 176
HER-AK-LE-OP'OL-IS. Hathor of, 169
HER'MES. Greek name for Thoth, 65, 108
HERMITAGE COLLECTION. At St. Petersburg, 191
HER-MON'THIS. Goddess Rat-Tauit worshipped at, 84;
one of the centres of Amen-Ra at, 142
HER-MOP'OL-IS. Seat of worship of Thoth, 106;
equivalent, Khemennu, 111;
one of the centres of Amen-Ra at, Magna, 142;
reference to, 176;
worship of the Ram of Mendes in, 288;
cult of the ibis at, 295, 296
HER-OD'OT-US, 54, 56, 57, 59, 148, 149, 237, 288, 293, 296, 302, 303
HERO-GODS. Deification of certain national heroes as, 303, 304
HER'U-BE-HUD'ETI. Equivalent, Horus, 84;
waged war against Set, 86;
principal shrines of, 86;
represented force of good against that of evil, 87;
festival of, 100;
reference to, 130
HER'U-TA-TA-F. Son of Cheops, 112;
reference to, 151;
of great learning, 152;
equivalent, Hordedef, 201
HES-EP'TI. Equivalents, Udy-mu or Den, fifth king of the First Dynasty, 63, 111
HET-BEN-BEN. Temple built to his god by Amen-hetep, 159
HET-RESHP. Reshpu's chief centre of worship at, 280
HI-ER-AC-ON'POL-IS. Mace-head of Narmer found at, 63
HIP-POC'RAT-ES. I-em-hetep a species of Egyptian, 152
HIP-POL'Y-TUS, 58
HIPPOPOTAMUS, THE. Book of Slaying, 89;
worship of, in Egypt, 294;
goddess, Ta-urt the, 294;
the monster called Amemt, 294
HOB'NIL. A deity of the ancient Maya, 29;
equivalent, Kan, 29
HOLY OF HOLIES, 53, 61
HOLY PLACE, 61
HOR-BE-HÛD'TI. Alternative, Horus 92;
his worshippers alluded to him as Edfû, 93
HOR-DED'EF. Otherwise Her-tata-ef, a son of Khufu, 201, 202
HOROSCOPE-S. Casting of, by Egyptians, 272, 273
HORSE-S. Use of in war of, by Egyptians, 279
HOR'US. Sacred eye representative of, 7;
depicted with head of hawk, 11;
one of the great gods at Heliopolis, 14;
nine gods of, 16;
chief of company, 17;
worshipped in six nomes, 18;
manifestation of, 21;
heads of the four sons of, on canopic jars, 28;
hawk-worship of, 34;
officiating priest represents, 54;
Horus the Child, son of Isis, equivalent Harpocrates, 69;
does battle with Set, 70;
resurrection beliefs and, 79;
stung by scorpion, 83;
his beauty, 85;
confused in the legend with Horus the Elder, 91, 93;
originally a sun-god; his symbol, the winged disk, 92;
Horus the Child represented the rising sun, 94;
type of resurrection, 95;
absorbed the attributes of all other Horus-gods, 96;
eyes of, 97;
reference to, 103;
children of, 125;
the son of Tririt (the sow), 214;
the son of Tnahsit (the negress), 214, 217;
the son of Triphît (the princess), 214;
the King of Nubia and, 213, 214;
King of the Negroes and, 216;
in the court of Amen-Ra, 246;
one of the more important amulets, the Eye of, 263, 264;
Sebek, the helper and protector of child, 289;
the lion identified with, 291;
the falcon sacred to, 296;
the boy, issues from the cup of a lotus, 299;
identified with Apollo, 303, 306;
the Child (the Greek Harpocrates) one of the best loved Egyptian gods, 308;
Isis and, represented in a figure, 308;
the temple of, at Edfû, 320
HOR'US THE ELDER. Worshipped in Egypt; equivalent, Heru; believed to be
the son of Geb and Nut, 65;
regarded as face of heaven; Harmachis of the Greeks, 84;
one of the chief forms of the sun-god Ra; personalities;
worship; monument to, 85;
in form of Heru-Behudeti, waged war against Set, 86;
wins great battles, 88, 89;
continues to be victorious; at Thalû takes the form of fierce lion, 90;
Horus the Child and, confused; different versions of the myth, 91, 93;
followers of, 93;
story of sun-worshippers amalgamated with legend of, 94;
associated with Set, 99;
combats Set, 100;
reference to, 106, 107, 130, 155, 158, 159, 160, 162, 164, 174, 176;
in Book of the Dead,

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