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, which mark him as an Ammonian form. His name is destroyed except for ḥr , Horus, but his epithet tpj n ỉmn , ‘first of Amun’, survives. Three goddesses are seated behind the child-god. The first two—the Great Goddess (Isis) and Mut—are quite damaged, with only some outlines of the lower bodies and

In: Hieratic, Demotic and Greek Studies and Text Editions

‘Isis-Nephersês’ is attested in one demotic papyrus from the temple and ‘Isis the goddess [mother], Harsiesis the great god, and … the great god and the gods and goddesses united to her’ in another, both based on translations provided by Spiegelberg. The latter is almost certainly the self

In: Hieratic, Demotic and Greek Studies and Text Editions