Atum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Egyptian god
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The primordial gods made the Atum and created all good things
of Meḥyet; Prophet of Atum lord of Diospolis Parva:
you shine for us like Atum ; gods and men live
mouth is the mouth of Atûm, Lord of life and of
of Tanis, Priest of Atum within his City, Priest
you rest in it as Atum ! I received good things.
father and prophet of Atum, Wahibrêemakhet, possessor of imakh
Says Atum, the lord of the lands
King of the Gods, whom Atum himself has chosen. King of
Lord of the House of Atum, this god, a Buchis the
Lord of the House of Atum On this day, the second
(29) t God, Lord of the House of Atum. On this day, the
(c. 264) rnally; who worships Atum the great living god of
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