Horus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Horus   - an Egyptian god
Wikipedia entry
237/10a The commencement of building of the temple of Horus at Edfu.
96/1 of Ptolemy Alexander concerning the temple of Horus at Athribis.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_131 the gods who ruled there was Horus the son of Isis. Then
Euseb]:Chron_133 brother of Osiris; and then Horus the son of Osiris and
Inscr_16 (c. 264)   living Horus, the victorious child, the
Inscr_17 (217)   year of the youthful Horus, the strong one, whom
Inscr_18 (186)   the 'Riverbanks of Horus' {Egypt} and what is on
Inscr_20 (c. 90)   finally dedicated to Horus on 7 February 70 B.C.,
Inscr_3 (41)   consecration of the Horus {the king as divine} at
OGIS_52 (? 253)   god Arbaktis and Hierax {Horus}, . . . [and] to

  Horus 2   - an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
242/8 Bagnall_97, a letter from Horus to Harmais.

  Horus 3   - an Egyptian official, 2nd century B.C.
114/10 PTeb_15, two letters from Menches to Horus.
114/11 PTeb_16, another letter from Menches to Horus.
114/14 PTeb_14, a letter from Menches to Horus.
114/15 PTeb_26 & 71, a letter from Horus and a report on irrigation and sow
113/2 PTeb_38, a report from Menches to Horus.
113/6 PTeb_48, a petition from Horus to Menches.
110/8 PTeb_53, a petition from Horus to Petesuchus.

  Horus 4   - an Egyptian hawk-tender, 1st century B.C.
63/38 instructions from Dionysius for a payment to Horus the hawk-tender.

  Horus   - in documents
Inscr_102 (174)   gistrates. Since Horos and Apollodoros and Antiocho

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