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By David Klotz

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Hibis Temple, tucked away within the distant Khargeh Oasis, comprises the longest enormous hymns to Amun-Re ever carved in hieroglyphs. those non secular texts, inscribed in the course of the reign of Darius I, drew upon a wide number of New country assets, and later they served as assets for the Graeco-Roman hymns at Esna Temple. As such, the hymns to Amun-Re from Hibis are excellently suited to learning Egyptian theology in the course of the Persian interval, at the eve of the intended "new theology" created by means of the Graeco-Roman priesthood. This new learn, the 1st broad observation at the 5 liturgically attached hymns, positive factors new translations with exact notes. The e-book additionally considers dominant theological topics found in the texts, together with the idea that of "Amun in the Iris."

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341, n. (r). 121 CT I, 314a. 122 (bA pw n ¥w TAw); Hornung, Der ägyptische Mythos von der Himmelskuh, p. 26, v. 278. 123 Wb. I, 411, 14. After Zandee, ZÄS 97 (1971): 156–57; see also Esna II, No. 95,7 (“Ba of Shu” is determined with the sail-hieroglyph); Esna III, No. 276,13; Assmann, MDAIK 28 (1972): 66 (45); Herbin, Le Livre de parcourir l’éternité, p. 86. For the complex role of the Ba of Shu in the Ptolemaic period, see Gutbub, Textes fondamentaux II, pp. v. “le Ba de Chou”). 124 P. 19. 125 P.

63 Goyon, The Edifice of Taharqa, p. 71. 64 Cruz-Uribe, HTP I, 120. , 173, n. h), his translation “bird” is highly unlikely. ), is much more reasonable, and it is odd that he did not simply put this in his main translation. The sign as published in Davies’s copy is ambiguous, but collation of this damaged sign done in situ (January 2006) shows that it is indeed a falcon. 66 Recognized already by Rondot, BIFAO 89 (1989): 253 and 256, n. (b); cf. also Kurth, Treffpunkt der Götter, p. 347. 67 Hibis III, Pl.

168 Cruz-Uribe, HTP I, p. 121, n. 665. 169 Goyon, The Edifice of Taharqa, p. 72, n. 35. 170 Lorton, SAK 21 (1995): 183, n. aa. , Urk. II, 54, 8–15 (Mendes Stela); Gutbub, Textes fondamentaux I, 133 (n); Esna III, No. 250, 17 = Esna V, 105. , Mélanges Mokhtar I, pp. 31–59. 173 See primarily Gutbub, Textes fondamentaux I, pp. 131–33; Leclant, MDAIK 15 (1957): 166–71. 174 Hibis III, Pl. 30, Upper Register.  In a sense, the two associations of Amun and the Royal Ka are closely related. ” In this sense, it is through Amun’s manifestation of πνευμα (= Ba of Shu) that the Royal Ka is passed from generation to generation, and thus Shu is truly “the bearer of the Royal Ka” or the Royal Ka himself.

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