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Onuris/Anhur
'He who brings the distant (goddess). Ancient god of hunting, origin: This is Upper Egypt. Depicted in bearded, human form and with four feathers on his head, carrying a spear aloft from one or both hands. He resides in the desert at the edge of the world...
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Onuris
3155 Tomb D303 at Abydos
This tomb owner, a fellow by the name of Sa-Onuris, had a taste for the exotic.
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King before Onuris-Shu and Mehyt, in Baltimore MD, Walters Art Museum, 22.5. Steindorff in The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery vii-viii (1944-5), 48-57, no.
THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
the Way," the god Thoth in ibis form, and a figure of Onuris, the nome god of Abydos, with long garment, feather crown, and lance.
Evidences of the Hathor-Tefnut Legend

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Ancient Egypt: the Mythology - Onuris
Onuris was a warrior sky-god whose primary cult center was near Abydos. Onuris was often identified with the sky god Shu and was called the "son of Re.
Anhur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Osiris, Anhur, Onuris, Wesir
'He Who Brings the Distant One'. Ancient god of war and hunting whose origin is This in Upper Egypt, near Abydos.
The Egyptian War God Onuris
The Egyptian War God Onuris by Jefferson Monet. The typical iconography of Onuris.
Onuris - LookLex Encyclopaedia
God of Ancient Egyptian religion. ILLUSTRATION. Article in the LookLex / Encyclopaedia.

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