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Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
Osiris, Wesir, Ausar, Usir, meaning "place of the eye". Also Wennefer which means "the eternally good being" or "the perfect one". He has been called "Lord of the Afterworld", "Judge of the Blessed Dead", "...
Deities & Heros >> Egyptian
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The Pagan Origins Of Christian Mythology
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Summary: The famous Zagreb Mummy, on whose linen wrappings the longest Key words: Zagreb, mummy, papyrus, linen, Liber, Perekh-Khons, Nesi-Khons.
The Egyptian Collection of the Museum of the City of Varaždin, Croatia
donations since 1862, including the well known linen wrapped Zagreb Mummy and from purchases in 1868 from the Baron Franz Koller.
Emily's Thesis
The Zagreb mummy wrappings. 101. The legends of Tarchies and Lasa Vecuvia.
Croato-Aegyptica Electronica. Database of the Egyptian antiquities
Oct 1, 2004 collection dates from the donation in 1862 of the well-known 'Zagreb mummy' of Nesi-Hensu with its linen.
The Etruscan language: An introduction. Rev. edn. By GIULIANO
as the Zagreb mummy wrappings, the Piacenza liver, the Capua Tile, and the Tabula Cortonensis.

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My Kind of Place: Croatia's capital, Zagreb, is worth lingering in
Highlights include the so-called Zagreb mummy, which has the longest inscription written in Etruscan on its bandages.

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Zagreb Mummy Translation, Etruscan Phrases
The Zagreb Mummy text is the longest extant Etruscan text.
Zagreb Mummy Translation Script ZC
Liber Linteus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mummy at the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.
The Zagreb Mummy | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Oct 12, 2007 The Zagreb Mummy was found to be wrapped in a linen book printed with the longest only existing Etruscan text.
Summary: The famous Zagreb Mummy, on whose linen wrappings the longest Key words: Zagreb, mummy, papyrus, linen, Liber, Perekh-Khons, Nesi-Khons.

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