Nephthys   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Nephthys   - an Egyptian goddess, the sister of Isis
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AET_1.10   arms, to wit Isis and Nephthys, and they shall sing from
AET_1.10.colophon   of Osiris, Horus, Isis and Nephthys of the temple of Diospolis
AET_1.11   Declamation by Nephthys. She says :
AET_4.9.C   paws of Isis and Nephthys, who travel thoughout the
AET_4.15.A   rejoices (?) in incense, and Nephthys, the benefactress of the gods,
AET_5.7.A   Says Nephthys,the divine sister.
AET_5.7.B   divine mother in Apu, and Nephthys, the divine sister, and the
THI_258   (c. 264)   hands of Isis and Nephthys; and on the thirtieth


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