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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Khonsu Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu i - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Djed- Wall Paintings of Ancient Egypt #

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Khonsu/Khensew
Khonsu, "the Traveller", referring to the moon wandering across the sky. Divine child of Amun and Mut, one of the Theban Triad. Depicted as a young boy in the form of a mummy, wearing the side-lock of youth and with the moon crescent above his head....
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
History of the Egyptian Religion, part IV: New Kingdom
New Kingdom (ca 1580 -1085 bc.) The Hyksos people The so called 'Hyksos' invasion, which was most likely composed of several small groups of different people infiltrating the delta during the 13th Dynasty, meant the end of the Middle Kingdom. The Hyksos...
Religions >> Egyptian
History & Anthropology >> Egyptian
The Book of the Law, Liber 220, Part III
III;1. Abrahadabra; the reward of Ra Hoor Khut. III;2. There is division hither homeward; there is a word not known. Spelling is defunct; all is not aught. Beware! Hold! Raise the spell of Ra-Hoor-Khuit! III;3. Now let it be first understood that I...
Thelema >> The Book of the Law
Amun/Imen
Amon, Amun, Imen, Primeval Creator God mentioned in the Pyramid Texts together with his wife Amanuet. Often called "The Hidden One" and associated with the invisible wind. Another name was "He who abides in all things", the ba of all...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
Mut/Mewet
Mut is the mother of Khonsu and wife of Amun at Thebes. She can be traced back to the Middle Kingdom, but was probably worshipped earlier. She was depicted as a woman with a vulture skin on her head, together with the crown of Upper Egypt. Mut became the Eye...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
Sobek/Sebek
Sobek, Sebek, or (Gr:)Suchos, meaning crocodile. Lord of stretches of water and of fishes. There are several deities for water, Sobek being the most important. Son of Neith and Osiris or of Neith and Seth. His cult rose in the Twelfth Dynasty in the Fayum...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian

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Jacquet-Gordon, H. 2003. The graffiti on the Khonsu Temple roof at
Epigraphic SurvEy
This season marked the return of the Epigraphic Survey to Khonsu Temple, Karnak, after a training, conservation work, and restoration in Khonsu Temple.
Epigraphic SurvEy
The Old World Archaeologist
Khonsu, by the pharaoh and his priests.
The Development of the Temple of Karnak1
cated to Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, and the portable boats of these gods would Khonsu.

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El Cairo, Luxor Hurghada Al Vuelo
Luego visitará las dos colosales estatuas de Amenhotep III, y . dedicada al dios Amón su esposa Mut y su hijo Khonsu, cada recuerdo de la là.Temps faraón libre a la izquierda y luego volver a casa y assiatance su hotel en Hurghada- Vuelos Hurghada.

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Khonsu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Khonsu (alternately Chonsu, Khensu, Khons, Chons or Khonshu) is an Ancient Egyptian god whose main role was associated with the moon.
Gods of Ancient Egypt: Khonsu
Khonsu (Khons, Chons, Khensu) was a god of the moon and time. His cult center was at Thebes where he was part of a triad with Amun and Mut.
The Gods of Ancient Egypt -- Khonsu
Aug 4, 2011 Description: Khonsu is the son of Amun and Mut, and is the god of the moon.
Khepri, Khnum, Khonsu
On this page: Khenti-Amentiu, Khepri Khnum, Khonsu. Please note - Festival days are an estimation compiled from several sources.
Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Khonsu
Khonsu. (Khensu, Khons). Symbols: cresent moon, hawks, knives.

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