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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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119;
equivalent, Atmu, 119;
or Atem, 136;
original local deity of Heliopolis, 136;
one of the forms of Ra, 136;
identified with Osiris, 136;
god of the rising sun, 150;
the lord of Heliopolis, the great god; Pimonî swears by, 241
TEMPLE-S. TO Queen Hatshepsut, 248;
Egyptian desiring illumination, and, 273;
Egyptian; representations of Bes in 'Birth Houses' in, 281;
representations of Bes in Hatshepsut's, 281;
apes kept in, 294;
epoch of building, in Egypt, 305;
of Dendereh, Edfû, Kom Ombo, Philæ, &c., 305;
Ptolemy and, 305;
re the, of Kom-es-Sagha, 317;
of Isis at Philæ, 320
TEN'EN. Ptah and, 146;
co-ordinated with Ptah, 147
TEN'U, UPPER. Allusion to, 191
TE'TA. Pyramid Texts of, 16, 19;
various gods alluded to in Text of, 21;
Maspero and Pyramid of, 113;
original texts of Heliopolitan Recension in Pyramid of, 114;
Ptah mentioned in Pyramid Text of, 144
TEZ-CAT-LI-PO'CA. Mexican deity; reference to, 82
THAL'Û. Horus does battle at, 90
THEBAN. Description of, house, 42;
action of, priests, 140;
establishment of, monarchy, 157
THEBAN RECENSION. Supplies names of deities, 2;
equivalent, Book of the Dead, 2;
reference to, 113, 143;
written upon papyri and painted upon coffins in hieroglyphs, 114;
particulars of Field of Reeds in, 115;
god Saa mentioned in, 181
THEBES. Ruins of, 43;
title of priest at, 53;
college of priests at, 54;
Pamyles and birth of Osiris at, 65;
temple of Amen-Ra at, 131;
reference to princes and priests of, 138;
one of the centres of Amen-Ra at, 142;
temple of Mut at, 143;
Amen-hetep built temples at, 157;
obelisk in honour of Ra-Harmachis of, 158;
Hathor of, 169;
Apet of, 175;
temple of Khonsu at, 176;
reference to, 178;
Minnemai, Prince of the Eupuantine, son of Ierharerou, advances from, 245;
shrine built to Anthat at, 277;
devotees prayed to Qetesh for a good burial west of, 279;
crocodile held sacred at, 290;
ape of Khensu at, 294;
priests of Amen's cult rulers at, 300;
Amen represented at by a Divine Wife, 300;
hero-gods Imhotep and Amenophis adored at, 303, 304;
priestesses in, consecrated to service of Amen, 305;
figures of Memnon at, 318
THI'NITE PERIOD, THE. See Period
THIRD DYNASTY. Development of pyramid during, 24;
trade opened with Egypt in, 46;
reference to, 151;
famine during, 154
THOTH. Representation of, 11, 106;
festival of, 57;
Nut calls to for help, 65;
curse of Ra, and, 65;
Greek equivalent, Hermes, 65;
reference to, 75, 79, 105, 147, 150, 151, 181;
Horus sought aid of, 88;
watches conflict between Horus and allies of Set, 89;
myth of; birth coeval with that of Ra; principal seat of worship
Hermopolis, 106;
equivalent, Tehuti, 106;
originally, a moon-god, 107;
recorder of souls, 107;
secret of success in prayer and, 108;
his formula to open gates of Duat, 108;
believed to be author of Book of the Dead and Book of
Breathings, 108;
Goddess Maāt and Greek name, Trismegistos, or Hermes the Thrice
Great, 108;
Books of, forty-two in number, 108;
alluded to in Book of Dead, 119;
the scribe of the gods, 119;
assisted Maāt in connexion with course of Ra, 131;
intoxication festivals in month of, 168;
Khonsu and, 176;
Dedi and House of, 201, 202;
Setne sees, seated on throne with Osiris and Anubis, 209;
the judgment of Anubis and,209;
guides Amen-Ra to chamber of Queen Aahmes, 246, 247;
Library of Magical Books, written by, 265;
dog-headed ape in Judgment Scene who reports weighing results to, 294;
the ibis associated with, 295;
the sacred tree of Heliopolis, and, 298
THOTH'MES. Legend of, and the Sphinx, 85;
dreams that the Sphinx speaks, 86
THOTH'MES III. King of Egypt (Eighteenth Dynasty); the Prince of Joppa
rebels against, 249;
Thoutii offers to kill Prince of Joppa for, 249, 250;
Anthat shrine and, 277;
worship of Ashtoreth and, 278
THOTH'MES IV. Worship of Ra-Harmachis, and, 157
THOU'TII. An Egyptian officer, 248;
story re the town of Joppa,

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