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Hypocephalus

A hypocephalus is an Egyptian magic amulet that is placed under the head of the ... So you need to define "translate" and then see how Smith used the term.

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The Joseph Smith Hypocephalus
Translation and commentary of Facsimile 2 of the Book of Abraham by Michael D. Rhodes, associate professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University.
A Translation and Commen- tary of the Joseph Smith Hypocephalus
Joseph Smith
Joseph Smith and the. Egyptian Hypocephalus. A Discussion With Mormons and Critics.
1 THREE HYPOCEPHALI FROM ZAGREB COLLECTION Igor
of amulet called hypocephalus (Greek hypokephalos, "that which is below on hypocephali and the Book of the Dead Chapter 162.
Família CERAMBYCIDAE¹ 42. Caracteres. - Em sua maioria, os
consideram-no no grupo Hypocephali (BLANCHARD, 1845) da tribo Anoplodermini. Contributions à l'étude des moeurs d'Hypocephalus armatus. Ann.

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USC engineers work on detection of brain malfunctions
A chronic, incurable condition characterized by excess fluid in the brain, hypocephalus affects an estimated one in 1,000 newborns and includes symptoms such as headaches, nausea and dizziness.

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Hypocephalus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joseph Smith Hypocephalus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Joseph Smith Hypocephalus
Translation and commentary of Facsimile 2 of the Book of Abraham by Michael D. Rhodes, associate professor of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University.
British Museum - Hypocephalus of the temple musician
The hypocephalus, literally 'that which is below the head', was placed between the head of the mummy and the funerary headrest.
The Book of Abraham: A Collection of Hypocephali
Jul 17, 2010 There are approximately 100 known hypocephali that have been preserved.

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