Typhon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Set) - an Egyptian god, the brother of Osiris
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this was the shape assumed by Typhon. Others however say
ver say that it was beloved of Typhon. And in addition to
And Seth is in all the evil
Horus Avenger-of-his-father Osiris before Seth. He has removed the
same who is also called Typhon. )" But Demetrius, in his
ronus; then Osiris; then Typhon the brother of Osiris; and
aments of plaster, a statue of Typhon, part of which
Typhon → see
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