Epithets Series, Names and Epithets, Yinepu, Anubis

Epithets of Yinepu (Anubis)

Epithets of Yinepu (Anubis)

Ancient Egyptian Names

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Epithets Series, Mut, Muth, Names and Epithets

Epithets of Mut

At the Head of the Earth Maker[1]

August Daughter[2]

Beautiful One[3]

Beautiful of Hands[4]

Cat of the Mistress of Heaven[5]

Cobra of Ra[6]

Daughter of Ra[7]

Daughter-Mother Who Made Her Begetter[8]

Daughter Who Became a Mother[9]

Eye of Ra[10]

Foremost in the Ennead[11]

Foremost Mother[12]

Golden Lady[13]

Good Cat[14]

Good Mother[15]

Great[16]

Great Cobra[17]

Great One[18]

Great Uraeus[19]

Great Young Lioness[20]

Great of Dread[21]

Great of Magic[22]

Healthy Mother[23]

Lady of Beauty[24]

Lady of Heaven[25]

Lady of Isheru[26]

Lady of Love[27]

Lady of Roaring[28]

Lady of the Sky[29]

Lady of Terror[30]

Lady of the Two Lands[31]

Lady of the Lotus Flowers[32]

Lady of the Underworld[33]

Mightier Than the Gods[34]

Mistress of All the Gods[35]

Mistress of Amun’s House[36]

Mistress of Attraction in the Palace of the Lord of the Gods (Amun-Ra)[37]

Mistress of Crowns[38]

Mistress of Diadems[39]

Mistress of Heaven[40]

Mistress of Isheru[41]

Mistress of Karnak[42]

Mistress of Megeb[43]

Mistress of All the Gods[44]

Mistress of the Cobra[45]

Mistress of the Crowns[46]

Mistress of the Isheru-lake[47]

Mistress of the Palace[48]

Mistress of the Per Wer (naos-shrine)[49]

Mistress of the Two Lands[50]

Mistress of the Sky[51]

Mistress of the Uraeus[52]

Mother of the God Khonsu, the Child[53]

Mother of the Mothers[54]

Mother of Her Country[55]

Mother of the Creator[56]

Mother of Her Sire[57]

Mother of Ra[58]

Mother of the Victory Chant[59]

Of All Goddesses[60]

One Who Comes from Thebes[61]

Palace Snake[62]

Peaceful Mother[63]

Powerful Noble Woman[64]

Princess of Abaton.[65]

Princess of All the Gods[66]

Pure Mother[67]

Queen of the Gods[68]

Ruler of the Gods[69]

Ruler of the Two Lands[70]

She Gives Sunlight[71]

She Illumines Our Faces, When She Shines as Ra[72]

She Who Causes the Lands to Live By Means of Her Sun-Rays[73]

She Who is Great in Heaven, like the Horizon[74]

Shining Like Gold[75]

Sole One in the Midst of the Lands[76]

Sun Goddess[77]

Sunbeams Fall from Her[78]

Sweet of Voice[79]

Venerable[80]

Weret Great[81]

Who Has Appeared in the Sky[82]

Who Brought For the Light Anew[83]

Who Covers the Sundisk with Her Light[84]

Who Created Brightness in Order to Repel Darkness[85]

Who Gives Birth to Every God[86]

Who Illumines the Entire Land with Her Rays[87]

Who Makes Life and Spits Out the Inundation[88]

Who Resides in Shanhur[89]

Whose Dread and Awe are in the Palace[90]

Whose Shape is Great[91]

Wonderful Snake Who Wound Herself Around Her Father Ra[92]

[1] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  85.

[2] Roberts, Alison M. Hathor Rising: the Serpent Power of Ancient Egypt. (Northgate Publishers, 1995), 60.

[3] Junker, Hermann and Eric Winter.  Das Geburtshaus des Tempels der Isis in Phila.

(Wien, 1965), 337.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[4] Lesko, Barbara. The Great Goddesses of Egypt. (Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1999), 146.

[5] Te Velde, H. “The Cat as Sacred Animal of the Goddess Mut.” Numen 97 (1980):.132.

[6] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 223.

[7] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 134.

[8] Te Velde, Te Velde, Herman. “Towards a Minimal Definition of the Goddess Mut.” Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Leiden 26 (1979): 7.

[9] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt,  151.

[10] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt,  144.

[11] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[12] Siuda, Tamara L. The Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook. (Stargazer Design, 2009),  71.

[13] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 154.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 402.

[14] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 145.

[15] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[16] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 132.

[17] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 223.

[18] Te Velde, Herman. “Mut, the Eye of Re.” S. Schoske (ed). in Akten des vierten Internationalen Ägyptologen-Kongresses München vol. 3 (1985), (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur Beihefte 3), 398.

[19] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  53.

[20] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 222.

[21] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[22] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 287, footnote 4.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 402.

[23] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[24] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003),  220-227.

[25] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 134.

[26] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 60.

[27] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003),  220-227.

[28] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 220-227.

[29] El-Sabban, 61.  Junker, Hermann and Eric Winter.  Das Geburtshaus des Tempels der Isis in Phila.  (Wien, 1965), 337.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[30] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 141.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 401.

[31] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[32] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 77.

[33] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003),  220-227.

[34] Wilkinson, Richard H.  The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt.  (New York: Thames and Hudson, 2003), 155.

[35] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 138.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 398.

[36] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[37] Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 401.

[38] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 134.

[39] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 135.

[40] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt,  135 and 146.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 398.

[41] Te Velde, Towards a Minimal Definition of the Goddess Mut, 7.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 398.

[42] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 135.  Junker, Hermann.  Der Grosse Pylon des Tempels der Isis in Phila.  (Wien: Kommission bei Rudolf M. Rohrer, 1958), 187.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[43] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 131.

[44] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  85.

[45] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 222.

[46] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 259.

[47] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  85.

[48] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 287, footnote 4.

[49] Bryan, Betsy M. “The Temple of Mut: New Evidence on Hatshepsut’s Building Activity”. in Roehrig, Catharine H., Cathleen A. Keller, and Renée Dreyfus (eds). Hatshepsut: from Queen to Pharaoh. (New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, Yale University Press, 2005), 182.

[50] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 138.  Te Velde, Mut Eye of Ra, 398.

[51]Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 259.  Te Velde, Towards a Minimal Definition of the Goddess Mut, 7.

[52] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 77 .

[53] Junker, Hermann.  Der Grosse Pylon des Tempels der Isis in Phila.  (Wien: Kommission bei Rudolf M. Rohrer, 1958), 187.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[54] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 75 .

[55] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt,  132.

[56] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 220-227.

[57] Te Velde, Towards a Minimal Definition of the Goddess Mut, 7.

[58] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 220-227.

[59] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[60] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  64.

[61] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  71.

[62] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 77.

[63] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[64] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  71.

[65] Junker, Hermann and Eric Winter.  Das Geburtshaus des Tempels der Isis in Phila.

(Wien, 1965), 337.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[66] Junker, Hermann and Eric Winter.  Das Geburtshaus des Tempels der Isis in Phila.

(Wien, 1965), 337.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[67] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[68] Wilkinson, Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt, 155.

[69] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 132 and 134.

[70] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[71] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[72] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[73] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[74] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[75] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 77.

[76] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[77] Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003),  220-227.

[78] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[79] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[80] Junker, Hermann and Eric Winter.  Das Geburtshaus des Tempels der Isis in Phila.

(Wien, 1965), 337.  Translated by Chelsea Bolton.

[81] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 132.

[82] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  53.

[83] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt,  151.

[84] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  64.

[85] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  64.

[86] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 75 .

[87] Lesko, The Great Goddesses of Egypt, 146.

[88] Siuda, Prayerbook, 71.

[89] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  71.

[90] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 77.

[91] Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils.  The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. (Peeters, 2003),  53.

[92] Roberts, Hathor Rising, 75 .

Epithets Series, Goddesses, Nut, Nuit, Uncategorized

Epithets of Nut

Epithets of Nut

  • At Whose Feet is Eternity
  • Brilliant One
  • Coffin
  • Coverer of Heaven
  • Daughter
  • Daughter of Shu
  • Dominates the Northern Sky
  • Effective One
  • Established One of Geb
  • Eye of Ra
  • Female Pig Who Eats Her Piglets
  • Goddess of the Sycamore Tree
  • Grand Horizon
  • Great
  • Great Being Who is in the World of the Dead
  • Great Divine Beloved Soul
  • Great Ihet-Cow Who Brings Ra into the Day
  • Great Lady
  • Great, Mother of God
  • Great One
  • Great Princess at the Birthplace
  • Great, Who Gave Birth to the Gods
  • Great Wild Cow
  • Heavenly Cow
  • In Whose Hand is the Always
  • Lady of Heaven
  • Lady of the Sycamore
  • Land of Your West
  • Lofty One
  • Mighty Goddess in the Womb of Your Mother Tefnut
  • Mighty One in Your Mother
  • Mistress of Big
  • Mistress of Heaven/the Sky
  • Mistress Over the Earth
  • Mother
  • Mother of All the Gods
  • Mother of God
  • Mother of God of the Gods and Goddesses
  • Mother of Heaven
  • Mother of Set
  • Mother of the Gods
  • Mother of the Stars
  • Mysterious One
  • One with a Thousand Souls
  • One Who Hears
  • Perfect Daughter
  • Powerful from Her Mother
  • Queen of All Gods and Goddesses
  • Sarcophagus
  • Scepter of the Sky
  • Sepulcher
  • She Who Bore the Gods
  • She Who Comes Out of the Arms of Aker
  • She Who Extends Her Arms
  • She Who Gives Birth to the Gods
  • She Who Gives Birth to Ra Everyday
  • Sky
  • Soul of the Brilliant One
  • Sovereign of All the Gods
  • She of the Braided Hair Who Bore the Gods
  • The Great
  • The Mighty
  • Uniter of the Two Lands of Geb
  • Uraeus Serpent
  • Veil of Heaven
  • Venerable One
  • Venerable and Powerful
  • Venerable in the Shrine-of-the-Venerable
  • Who Bore the Gods
  • Who Came into Being in the Sky
  • Who Counts the Days
  • Who Does Fill Every Place with Her Beauty
  • Who Gave Birth to the Gods
  • Who Gives Birth to the Gods
  • Who Gives Birth to the Rulers of the Country
  • Who Has Given Birth to All the Gods
  • Who is Crowned like the King of the North
  • Who is Mighty
  • Who is in the Mysterious Abyss
  • Who Protects the Son of Wesir
  • Who Rose in Splendor as the Bee
  • Who Shelters Him (Heru)
  • Who Spreadest Over Me
  • Whose Adornments are Among the Goddesses
  • You are Above Your Father Shu
  • You Have Encompassed the Earth, Everything is in Your Two Hands
  • You have United the Earth in Every Place

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