- NARRATIVE FORM AND THE STRUCTURE OF MYTH
- Horus (or Aroueris as he is called) in Plutarch's Of Isis and Osiris which contains Plutarch adds: “They say that Osiris and Aroueris [i.e.
- Enochian Chess
- Aroueris, the bishop; and. •. Nephthys, the rook or castle.
- Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life
- Upon the second of these days was Aroueris  born, whom some sprang Aroueris, whom the Egyptians likewise call the elder Orus, and the Greeks Apollo .
- Theory of Alignments
- before they were born, were united in the darkness of the womb. Some say that.
- Aroueris (Ancient Greek). The god Harsiesi, who was the elder Horus. He had a temple at Ambos.
- Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life: Chapter II: Osiris the God of the
- Upon the second of these days was AROUERIS 2 born, whom some call Apollo, and others distinguish by the. p. 64.
- Haroeri [Haroeris]. (Aroueris, Aroeris, Apollon.) - ID: 46736 - NYPL
- Aug 30, 2004 (Aroueris, Aroeris, Apollon.) Image ID: 46736. Haroeri [Haroeris].
- Enochian chess - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Osiris, represented by the king;; Isis, the queen;; Horus, the knight;; Aroueris, the bishop; and; Nephthys, the rook or castle.
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