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Harmachis

Ho·rus (hôr s, h r -). n. Mythology.

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Archive of Harmachis, oikonomos Description The eight papyri
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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.
The Chronology of the Reigns of Hurgonaphor and Chaonnophris*
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