- Ho·rus (hôr s, h r -). n. Mythology.
- HOLSCHER INTRODUCTION
- Temple by the name of 'the Harmachis Temple' because he thought it was for the worship of the god Harmachis, symbolized in his opinion by the Sphinx itself.
- Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, vol. 18(3/4), 1932
- Representations of tlle god Harmachis in the form of a sphinx are not common. The Louvre, however, possesses two typical examples.
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- Aber sie sind laut Marouane Harmachis zu spät in das Spiel eingestiegen.
- Harmachis - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Harmachis
- Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Harmachis. Harmachis. Information about Harmachis in the Hutchinson encyclopedia.
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