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- Thoth, (Djehuty), the god who is said to have invented writing, the measuring of time, music, magic, art, medicine, mathematics and astronomy. In early times shown as an ibis, the sign of the 15th Lower Egyptian nome, so he might have originated there. His...
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- Short contribution: Buried Canopic channel identified near Egypt's
- (Hermopolis Parva), Abu Qir (Canopus), and Rosetta (Rachid) is one where relatively few ancient settlements have been discovered (Figures 1–3).
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- Nechthenibis in the Saite nome and Hermopolis Parva in the Delta region, as the to' the Delta, and thus Hermopolis Parva is the probable destination.
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- Tell Atrib. ATHRIBIS. Tell Hisn.
- Offering to
- the principal shrine of Thoth in Lower Egypt, second only in importance to Hermopolis in. Upper Egypt, for which reason the Romans called it Hermopolis Parva.
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- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Hermopolis Parva
- Hermopolis Parva. A titular see of Ægyptus Prima, suffragan of Alexandria. Its ancient name, Dimanhoru or Tema-en-Hor, signifies the town of Horus.
- Damanhur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Greek and Roman times, it was called Hermopolis Mikra or Hermopolis Parva, which would also give it an association with Hermes, the Egyptian Thoth.
- Discussion: 153. Hermupolis - (Damanhur)
- Dec 19, 2000 Hermupolis (= Hermopolis parva). The city of Hermupolis is identical with modern Damanhur (al- Wahsh).
- Damanhur: Definition from Answers.com
- Damanhur ( ) A city of northeast Egypt on the Nile River delta northwest of Cairo. In ancient times it was known as Hermopolis Parva.
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