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Title: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Naisenu on February 02, 2009, 03:51:14 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 02, 2009, 03:59:00 pm
I would definately be interested in this, and as well the history behind the epithets. :)

I know TaysatWesir has an article somewhere that has an extensive list of Ma'ahes epithets and titles. I'll have to go hunting again to find it when we get to him.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: kathleen on February 02, 2009, 08:17:45 pm
yes, i'd be interested in this, too.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 02, 2009, 08:30:51 pm
Like Moswen said I have an extensive list of epithets/titles for Ma'ahes and also Ptah-Sokar-Wesir if anyone is interested in reading. :)

I was going to get the epithets of Sokar-Wesir but my friend doesn't have the time to translate them from German to English.

Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen (http://books.google.com/books?id=GFrd6Sy2aFYC&pg=PA668&dq=Sokar-Osiris&ei=Gap4Sb_AEIvKlQTNtey-Bg)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 02, 2009, 10:00:44 pm
The Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen (8 books in total) is neat. One can find some stuff over google search but they always seem to skip the pages I am most interested in   ;)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tahai on February 02, 2009, 10:23:51 pm
I would be a very interested observer of these discussions, but my research tools are limited to the internet, so don't know how much I would be able to contribute.
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Post by: Naisenu on February 02, 2009, 10:59:54 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tahai on February 02, 2009, 11:25:33 pm
Hotep Naisenu.

Do you want sources as well?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tahai on February 02, 2009, 11:49:56 pm
Amun rich in names (Amun asha renu)
That which is concealed
Amun who has completed his moment (Amun Kematef)
Eldest of the Gods of the Eastern Sky
Bull of his Mother (Amun Kamutef)
Lord of Victory
Lover of Strength
Lord of the thrones of the Two lands
King of the Gods
Chief of the Gods
Lord of the Silent
The Vizier of the poor
He who comes at the voice of the poor
Amun of the road
 - All from Wilkinson, The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt

Lord of Mryrh
 - Tamara Siuda, The Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Maen on February 03, 2009, 07:13:03 am
em hotep!

Great topic you've got there! And I didn't know that the Lexikon der Götterbezeichnungen was online!! SOOO cool! I anyone needs translations from that book, I'll see if I can find the time... Taysat, you want translations for the Sokar-Wesir titles? perhaps I can manage that page tonight...


Now, Amun, a good start!
Looking at the list that you have compiled, Naisenu, I'd divide the titles up into different categories.
 
For example, there are titles which describe the nature of the God Amun:
"the hidden one" is actually the translation of "amun", and "that which is concealed" is very similar.
There's another title, "high are his feathers", which describes His depiction with the crown of two feathers.
I'd also put "Lord of the Silent" into this group, but I'm not sure about the origin of that title.

Then there are titles that mark Him as a Senior God, a king among His kind:
"Eldest of the Gods of the Eastern Sky"
"King/Chief of the Gods"

As the main God of the New Kingdom, Amun has titles which link Him to the Pharao and the defense of the country:
"Lord of Victory", "Lover of strength", "Lord of the thrones of the two lands"...

Amun as a Vizier of the poor, that's also a development of the New Kingdom: people worshipped Him outside of the great temple functions as a God who was invisible but ever present, someone who would help the poor to achieve Ma'at

And lastly, as far as I know "Amun of the road" is not a title at all! I know that expression from the tale of Wenamun, in that story the "Amun of the road" is a small, portable statue of the God which Wenamun carries with him on his travels.


senebty

Ma'en
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 03, 2009, 07:50:48 am
Maen...unfortunately not the whole Lexikon der Götterbezeichnungen is online (I wish).
With the help of GoogleBook you can find many entries of the Lexikon but they are skipping pages all the time.

I am actually surprised that one can find so many pages of the Lexikon online
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tahai on February 03, 2009, 01:36:01 pm
Em hotep Ma'en.

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And lastly, as far as I know "Amun of the road" is not a title at all! I know that expression from the tale of Wenamun, in that story the "Amun of the road" is a small, portable statue of the God which Wenamun carries with him on his travels.

All Wilkinson says on this is "as 'Amun of the Road' he was also regarded as the protector of travellers."

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I'd also put "Lord of the Silent" into this group, but I'm not sure about the origin of that title.


"You are Amun, the Lord of the silent,
Who comes at the voice of the poor;
When I call to you in my distress,
You come to rescue me,
To give breath to him who is wretched,
To rescue me from bondage...
Votive Stela of Nebre, From Deir el Medina, as reproduced by Wilkinson

Hope this helps.

Should we remove 'Lord of the Road'?

Senebty,

Catlin
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Maen on February 03, 2009, 02:16:12 pm
em hotep

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And lastly, as far as I know "Amun of the road" is not a title at all! I know that expression from the tale of Wenamun, in that story the "Amun of the road" is a small, portable statue of the God which Wenamun carries with him on his travels.

All Wilkinson says on this is "as 'Amun of the Road' he was also regarded as the protector of travellers."


Yes, well, I only know about this "Amun of the road" from the Wenamun story. It is made obvious that Wenamun carries a small statue of the God with him on his travels. So perhaps "Amun of the road" is the name of the small, portable statue, and Wenamun carries it because he is on a mission for the temple. And perhaps Amun really was seen as a protector of travellers, too - I can't find prove for either assumption. I find the first solution more plausible, but that's personal opinion.



senebty

Ma'en
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 04, 2009, 05:00:24 am
Quote from: Maen
em hotep!

Great topic you've got there! And I didn't know that the Lexikon der Götterbezeichnungen was online!! SOOO cool! I anyone needs translations from that book, I'll see if I can find the time... Taysat, you want translations for the Sokar-Wesir titles? perhaps I can manage that page tonight...


Yes I would Ma'en thank you so much. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Khusisokar on February 04, 2009, 05:21:32 am
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Taysat, you want translations for the Sokar-Wesir titles? perhaps I can manage that page tonight...


Oh!  Oh please!  Oh Pretty please!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Maen on February 04, 2009, 10:20:50 am
em hotep

here are some of the Titles of Sokar-Wesir from the Lexikon der Götterbezeichnungen:

a'a - "the Great"
chonty-imenty - "at the front of the westerners" (Chonty-imenty/Chontamenti was probably the name of the original Lord of the Netherworld worshipped at Abydos, it was adopted as a name and title first by Yinepu and later by Wesir)

em bu neb - "in every place" (perhaps: "omnipresent")
em pet - "in the sky"
em ta - "on earth"
em duat - "in the Duat"

em ren-f nebu - "in his every name"
em kheperw-f neb - "in all his forms"
em chet-f neb - "in his every body"
em khereb-f neb - "in his every transformation"
em set-f neb - "in his every place"
em sesheta-f neb - "in his every secret"
em kema-f neb - "in his every shape"

em Hut-Ka-Ptah - "in the House-of-the-Ka-of-Ptah" (the temple of Memphis)
em sheteet - "in the Sheteet" (the Sheteet is a special shrine of Sokar, I guess the name means 'the secret place' or 'the hidden place')

Sokar-Wesir-Henu - "Henu" is the name of the Barque of Sokar, the one with the inversed gazelle-heads


and titles of Sokar:

em Biket - "in the City of the Female Falcon" (I have no idea which place that is. the glyphs may also be translated "Sokar as the female falcon")
em Bikty - "in the City of the Two Female Falcons"
em Peqer - "in Peqer" (a place near Abydos)
em Pedju - "in Pedju" (unknown place)
em Faht - "in Faht" (a place near Memphis)
em sut-f imyu Ta-Mehu - "in his places which are in Lower Egypt"
em sut-f imyu Shemau - "in his places which are in Upper Egypt"
em sha mehty - "in the northern lake"
em sha resy - "in the southern lake"
en sekh-Netjer em Tany - "of the divine tent in Tanis"
em sekhu-Netjer imentet - "in the divine tents of the West"
em Ma'at - "in the Barque of Ma'at"
em set-f em Ra-Setjau - "in his place in Rasetjau"

em bw neb - "in every place"
em bw neb merr-f yim - "in every place where he wants to be"
em bw neb mer Ka-f yim - "in every place where his Ka wants to be"
em mahat-f nebet - "in his every tomb"
em sekh-f neb - "in his every tent"
em sekhw-Netjer-f nebu - "in all his divine tents"
em geregut-f nebut - "in all his foundations" (i.e. places he founded)
em pet - "in the sky"
em pet ta - "in the sky and on earth"

en Ma'aty - "of the two Ma'at"
em duau netjery - "Sokar in the divine morning"


...I didn't translate all of the stuff from the Lexikon - some titles are very similar, and I lost patience with the endless list of placenames, titles in the syle of "Sokar in ..."


senebty

Ma'en

Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 04, 2009, 10:32:42 am
Man... just looking at it on Google makes me wish I could read German (or have a mind for learning other languages).
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shefytbast on February 04, 2009, 10:39:23 am
Ma'en, this is awesome! :grin:

I've also seen "the One Who is on His sand" as an epithet for Sokar.... (Source: C.J. Bleeker, Egyptian Festivals: Enactments of Religious Renewal, Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1967.)

Shefyt


Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 13, 2009, 04:12:01 pm
Shall we do Ma'ahes epithets next?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 13, 2009, 07:05:27 pm
Dua Ma'ahes! :) I can't wait to see what comes up.

I've found this person's (http://kefi.livejournal.com/34895.html) well researched essay on Ma'ahes, and it lists quite a few epithets.

"Wielder of the Knife"
"Helper of the Wise Ones"
"The Initiator," (I wonder where this came from?)
"Lord of the Slaughter"
"Manifestor of Will"
"Avenger of Wrongs"
"Lord of the Land of Daughters" (apparently there is a place in the Duat where his priestesses reside?)
"Scarlet Lord"
"Great of Roaring" (c3 hmhm)
"Great of Strength" (c3 phty/ wr phty)
"Powerful of Arms" (nHt cwy)
"Raging Lion."
"Lion with the Ferocious Gaze"
and "Soul of Bast"

Phew, thats a lot. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 14, 2009, 08:06:18 am
I have a larger list of Epithets from Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen. I also written an extensive essay on Ma'ahes if your interested in reading. :)

Lion

"The Lion"
"The Living Lion"

Attributes

"He of the Strong Body"
"He of the Great Power"
"Whose Arms are Strong"
"Whose eyes are reddened"
"He who stands on his knee"
"Who is strong with his arms"

Relationships

"The Son of Bast"
"The Heir of the Pillar"
"The heir of the pillars"
The Son of the Goddess"
"He who advocates his father Re"
"He who seeks the leg of his father"
"He who advocates for his father Re"
"He who brings the leg of the one who has sired him"

Lord

"The Lord of Debod"
"The Lord of Bubastis"
"The Lord of the Foreign Lands"
"The Lord of the 10th Nome of Upper Egypt"
"The Lord of Xois, resp. of the Nome of Xois"

Principal

"The Principal of the Gods"
"The Principal of the site of stabbing"
"The Principal of the Temple of Bast in Lower Egypt"
"The Principal of the site of the part/share of the two Lords"
"The Principal of the divine farmland (in the 18. Nome of Lower Egypt)"

Nobel God

"The Noble God"
"The Noble Power"

Violent God

"He of the loud roar"
"He of the great roar"
"He of the grim face"
"He who robs hearts"
"He who devours hearts"
"He of the great respect"
"He of the raging moment"
"He who lives off the blood of Rechit"
"He who dwells/is in the midst of the oasis"
"He who pursuits the rebels with swift strides"
"He who dwells/is with a grim face amongst his enemies"

Punishing God

"He who drives off Set"
"He who kills adversaries"
"He who breaks rebellion"
"He who kills the nile horse"
"He who kills enemies on both shores"
"He who brings about the downfall of rebels"
"He who takes the blood of the associates of Set"
"Who drives his Gabelstoc into the back of his enemy"
"He who throws the gazelles of the desert down to the ground"
"He who stabs the rebels with his blazing breath/breath of blaze"

Protecting God

"The Great Protector"
"He who tramples down"
"He who protects Foreigners"
"He who protects sanctuaries/shrines from bad/evil"
"He who dwells/is in midst of the throne seat of Heru"
"He who drives off the enemy from the great throne seat"
"He who drives off the enemies from the Island of Raging"
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 14, 2009, 02:04:06 pm
Sure! :) Thats a huge list though. O_O It gets bigger?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 14, 2009, 02:28:18 pm
Nope that's the list, can't imagine any more unless I left some out. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 14, 2009, 02:39:38 pm
Ohh okay. :)

Hmm, well this website (http://ikhet-sekhmet.livejournal.com/21699.html#cutid1) lists the epithet "Guardian of Sacred Places".
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: kathleen on February 16, 2009, 05:10:28 pm
this seemed like an appropriate thread to post this question, but i don't mean to hijack it, so if anyone would rather i started a separate thread for this, just tell me!

i was doing a little reading on the website Per-Djehuty, which lists many different epithets for Him, and about three of them (i think) referred to Him as a lion.  this confused me, since i'm not aware of Djehuty ever being represented by any theophanies other than an ibis or a baboon.  does anyone know any more about this?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Padjaiemweru on February 16, 2009, 10:43:42 pm
Quote from: kathleen
this seemed like an appropriate thread to post this question, but i don't mean to hijack it, so if anyone would rather i started a separate thread for this, just tell me!

i was doing a little reading on the website Per-Djehuty, which lists many different epithets for Him, and about three of them (i think) referred to Him as a lion.  this confused me, since i'm not aware of Djehuty ever being represented by any theophanies other than an ibis or a baboon.  does anyone know any more about this?


Almost every Name, at some point in time, has been linked with the lion.  The Lion was seen as not only the consumate hunter of all of Africa, but also a family animal: a loving mother, a protective father, etc.

When in doubt, choose a lion ;) !
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sekhmetbitu on February 16, 2009, 11:29:57 pm
Quote from: Padjaiemweru
The Lion was seen as not only the consumate hunter of all of Africa, but also a family animal: a loving mother, a protective father, etc.

When in doubt, choose a lion ;) !


Lions are also known for being very...athletic...when it comes to making cubs, so they have virility/fertility connections, too.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 17, 2009, 12:33:13 pm
Quote from: Moswen
Ohh okay. :)

Hmm, well this website (http://ikhet-sekhmet.livejournal.com/21699.html#cutid1) lists the epithet "Guardian of Sacred Places".


"Guardian of Sacred Places" or "He who protects sanctuaries/shrines from bad/evil" is one of my favorite epithet of his.

When Ma'ahes appears on temple doorways he is not only seen as a decorative element but a protective deity in such places where the function of an armed raging lion was thought to be most effective.

Here he is on the base of two jambs below three registers of reliefs on the doorway of the Temple of Hethert in Philae.

(http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb255/taysatwesir/live%20journal/th_Philae.gif) (http://s208.photobucket.com/albums/bb255/taysatwesir/live%20journal/?action=view¤t=Philae.gif)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 17, 2009, 12:37:31 pm
Quote from: Moswen
Dua Ma'ahes! :) I can't wait to see what comes up.

I've found this person's (http://kefi.livejournal.com/34895.html) well researched essay on Ma'ahes, and it lists quite a few epithets.

"Wielder of the Knife"
"Helper of the Wise Ones"
"The Initiator," (I wonder where this came from?)
"Lord of the Slaughter"
"Manifestor of Will"
"Avenger of Wrongs"
"Lord of the Land of Daughters" (apparently there is a place in the Duat where his priestesses reside?)
"Scarlet Lord"
"Great of Roaring" (c3 hmhm)
"Great of Strength" (c3 phty/ wr phty)
"Powerful of Arms" (nHt cwy)
"Raging Lion."
"Lion with the Ferocious Gaze"
and "Soul of Bast"

Phew, thats a lot. :)


The epithet "Lord of the Land of Daughters"has always intriguied me I wonder when it originated from.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 19, 2009, 04:11:47 am
Quote from: TaysatWesir
I also written an extensive essay on Ma'ahes if your interested in reading. :)


I can email the essay but I rather upload it somewhere so more people can read it.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 19, 2009, 04:31:17 am
I just remembered more Ma'ahes epithets. :)

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Another Horus-Mahes, Har-Mihos, represented as Horus with the lion's head, is engraved on an agate amulet from Sakkare, with a Greek inscription containing a prayer to the lion-gate of Leontopolis who is referred to as "flashing and thundering god, Lord of darkness and of the winds, Mios, Mios, Har-Mios, Osiris-Mios, Phre . . . the great god, light, fire and flame" – a description, as Bonnet observed, befitting the character of a lion-god.

Apedemak, Lion God of Meroe: A Study in Egyptian-Meroitic Syncretism by L.V. Zabkar
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 19, 2009, 04:58:14 pm
Quote from: TaysatWesir
Quote from: TaysatWesir
I also written an extensive essay on Ma'ahes if your interested in reading. :)


I can email the essay but I rather upload it somewhere so more people can read it.


Hmm. You could possibly upload it to a site like Sendspace and post the link here? Unless you're looking for a web site to post it on. A free and easy option may be Google's new Sites (basically sites.google.com). Its what I'm using my make my own new website. Its a what you see is what you get website maker. *shrugs*

If you do want to e-mail it to me, my e-mail should be in my profile. :)
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Post by: Naisenu on February 19, 2009, 07:17:52 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 19, 2009, 07:27:04 pm
I don't think horses are really the enemies are Egypt just because they are non-indigenous. I mean yeah they came later on in the history of Egypt but they came into Egypt around 1700 to 1550 BCE, which is nothing to sneeze at. :D This web page (link link (http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/foodproduction/horse.html)) has a few artifacts dealing with horses.

I am confused as to what the Nile Horse is though. Hmm. A quick Google search throws up nothing. :\\
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 19, 2009, 09:50:52 pm
Nile Horse is probably a bad babelfish translation.
The German word Nilpferd would literally translate to Nile Horse but it is in fact a hippopotamus
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 19, 2009, 09:56:05 pm
Quote from: Tanebet
Nile Horse is probably a bad babelfish translation.
The German word Nilpferd would literally translate to Nile Horse but it is in fact a hippopotamus


Wow. That actually makes a heck of a lot of sense.

Of course now whenever I see a hippo I am going to think "nile horse". Lol!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Ikemwy on February 20, 2009, 03:04:36 am
Quote from: Naisenu

Amun Yinepu Amun-Ra Wesir Aset Wepwawet Atum Wadjet Bast(-Mut) Tefnut Bes Taweret Djehuty Sokar(-Wesir) Geb Sobek Heru-sa-Aset Shu Heru-wer Seshat Hethert(-Mut) Serqet Khepera Sekhmet(-Mut) Khonsu Ra-Heruakhety Maahes Ra Ma'at Ptah(-Sokar & -Sokar-Wesir) Mafdet Nut Min Nit Montu Nefertem Mut Nebthet


::clears throat and points at the list::  ahem, you seem to have left out Set. . . .  :grin:
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 20, 2009, 08:36:36 pm
Quote from: Naisenu
My comments in red.
"He who lives off the blood of Rechit" [color:#FF0000]Who/what is Rechit?[/color]
"He who drives off Set" [color:#FF0000]What mythology does he have with Set?[/color]
"Who drives his Gabelstoc into the back of his enemy" [color:#FF0000]What's a Gabelstoc?[/color]


I have no idea who is Rechit or what's a Gabelstoc. I wish I knew the mythology between Set & Ma'ahes.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 20, 2009, 08:39:05 pm
Quote from: Tanebet
Nile Horse is probably a bad babelfish translation.
The German word Nilpferd would literally translate to Nile Horse but it is in fact a hippopotamus


Ma'en do you want the url for the page? I want to know how many epithets were misinterputed.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 20, 2009, 08:53:11 pm
I asked Hemet about the Epithets let's see what she says. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 20, 2009, 10:25:58 pm
Quote from: TaysatWesir
Quote from: Naisenu
My comments in red.
"He who lives off the blood of Rechit" [color:#FF0000]Who/what is Rechit?[/color]
"He who drives off Set" [color:#FF0000]What mythology does he have with Set?[/color]
"Who drives his Gabelstoc into the back of his enemy" [color:#FF0000]What's a Gabelstoc?[/color]


I have no idea who is Rechit or what's a Gabelstoc. I wish I knew the mythology between Set & Ma'ahes.


Do you have the original German for these? Just curious. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 21, 2009, 06:13:48 am
Yes I do have it, you can read the page online Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen (http://books.google.com/books?id=moMl_13_qwkC&pg=PP5&dq=Lexikon+der+%C3%A4gyptischen+G%C3%B6tter+und+G%C3%B6tterbezeichnungen&sig=tQdecHlaQMXUduySlWJ2PmbWLL0#PPA211,M1).
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 21, 2009, 09:49:58 am
Quote from: TaysatWesir


I have no idea who is Rechit or what's a Gabelstoc. I wish I knew the mythology between Set & Ma'ahes.


I suppose the word is Gabelstock, which suggests that is is some kind of stick which at the end locks like a fork, so it is some kind of harpoon  
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 21, 2009, 04:09:57 pm
Hemet's answer to the questions is that Ma'ahes is affiliated with Heru-sa-Aset, which should explain all you need to know about why He'd be working against Set at certain times. Rechit here is probably the German spelling of "rekhyt," or "human beings." Gabelstoc is also a German word, or a badly-spelled one, anyway, meaning "fork" or "fork-shaped weapon," here probably some sort of a spear or pitchfork (multiple-tined spear). I had the epithets translated for me by a friend of a friend. Now I'm curious to see if any of the Ptah-Sokar-Wesir epithets have mistakes.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 21, 2009, 04:23:40 pm
Ptah-Sokar-Wesir Epithets from Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen (http://books.google.com/books?id=_te57blmvLAC&pg=PA216&dq=Ptah-Sokar-Osiris&sig=BnHutV0qcIyXEs5wQzKRgEUilhU#PPA211,M1)

A Cosmos

1. Heaven/Horizon:
“Lord of the Heavens“

3. Moon
“Who is in His Disk”

7. Earth/World:
“Who creates the Earth”

8. Underworld:
“Lord of the Underworld”
“Who dwells in the midst of the Underworld”
“Ruler/Head of the Underworld”

B Topography

1. Nomes:
“Who dwells in the midst of Abydos”

2. Names of places
“The Great One in Busiris”
“Lord of Abydos”
“Lord of Memphis”
“Lord of Busiris”
“The Great God who dwells/is in Memphis”
“Who dwells in the midst of Abydos”
“Who dwells in the midst of the hills of Djeme”
“Who dwells in the midst of Achmim”
“Who dwells in the midst of Memphis”
“Who dwells in the midst of Hm3g (ON unknown location)”
“Who dwells in the midst of Tell el-Balamun”
“Principal of Abydos”
“Principal of Memphis”
“Principal of Memphis”
“Sokar in the City of the Female Falcon”
“Sokar in (the City of the) two Female Falcons (ON unknown location”)
“Sokar in Pkr (ON near Abydos)”
“Sokar in the Big City (= Tanis)”
“Sokar in Rwt-Ist (ON near Abusir?)”
“Sokar in Assiut”
“Sokar in Srwt (ON unknown location)”
“Sokar in the Land of Sokar (ON near Atfih)”
“Bull in Thinis”

3. Countries/Lands, Regions and names of People:
“Whose Bas are great among those who are in (actually: on) both Lands”
“Lord of the two Sanctuaries”
“Lord of the two Lands”
“Who protects the two Lands”

4. Sanctuaries
“Ptah in all of His Temples”
“Lord of the Schetit (Taysat: Shetit????) Sanctuary”
“The Great God, the Lord of [all] which is located in the House of the Underworld”
Taysat: Literally: The Unharmed Awakener in the House (?) of the Gods” suggestion:
“He who awakes unharmed in the House (?) of the Gods”
“Who dwells in the midst of the House of Ramses III in the Domain of Amun (Medinet-Habu)”
“Who dwells in the midst of the House of Ramses III that is linked with Eternity, located in the Domain of Amun (Medinet-Habu)”
“Who dwells in the midst of the Temple of Sethos I (Temple of Abydos)”
“Who is in the midst of the House of the hnw Barge”
“Who is in the midst of the Schetit”
“Ruler of the Schetit Sanctuary”
“Ruler of the Schetit Sanctuary”
“Principal of the Gold House”
“Principal of the House of the ksnty Minerals (=ochre?)”
“Principal of the God Tent of the craftsmen”
“Principal of the tnnt Sanctuary”
“Sokar in the Middle Hall”
“Sokar within the Temple”
“Sokar in the Schetit Sanctuary”
“Sokar in the tnnt Sanctuary”

6. Points of the compass
“Lord of the West”
“Whose roaring permeates the Western Mountains”
“Who is in the midst of the West”
“Lord of the West”
“Lord of the Beautiful West”

7. Necropolis
“Lord of Resetau”
“Lord of the Hallowed Land”
“Lord of the Hallowed Land”
“Who is in the midst of Rosetau”
“Principal of Rosetau”
“Principal of the Delimited Land (= Necropolis)”
“Sokar in Rosetau”
“Sokar in His place in Rosetau”

8. Others:
“Lord of the Hills”
“Lord of the Desert”
“Lord of the Sand”
“Who is within the Hill”
“Who is above (his) Sand”
“Sokar in all of the places where His Ka desires to be”

C. Fauna/Flora

1. Animals
“Bull in Thinis”

E. Development

1. Ancient Deity:
“The Primeval One”

F. Life/Death:

1. Span of Life:
“He who lives eternally”

2. Regeneration/Reincarnation:
“The Unharmed Awakener in the House (?) of the Gods”

H. Physical Attributes:

1. Personal Strength:
“He with the powerful heart”

2. Speed/Dexterity:
“The Swift One/The Runner of the Gods”
5. Bodily features and body parts:
“Lord of the statures (or births?)”
“He with the high horns”

L Persons elements (Ba, Ka et cetera):

“Whose Bas are great among those who are in (actually: on) both Lands”
“The Living Ba”
“The Secret Ba”

M. As acting Deity:

4. As protective Deity:
“Who protects the two Lands”

O. Sovereignty

1. Sovereign Titles:
“King of the nhh Time”
“Lord of the West”
“Lord of the Beautiful West”
“Lord of the Living in Eternity”
“Ruler of the Nineness”
“Lord of Eternity”

7. Crowns:
“Lord of the Atef Crown”
“He who appears with the great Atef Crown”
“He who appears with the Double Crown”

8 Throne:
“He who is on the Great Throne”

R. Social/material rank

2. As prestigious/respected Deity:
“The Great God”
“The Noble God of the Nineness”

5. As feared/violent Deity:
“Whose roaring permeates the Western Mountains”

T. Temples and cult:

4. Barges and other boats:
“Principal of the Evening Barge”

5. Sacred Objects:
“Djed Pillar of the Gods”

U. Cults of the Dead:

2. Burial, grave and sarcophagus:
“Lord of the Burial”
“Who dwells/is in the midst of the grave”

V. In relation to food:
“Lord of the Fayre/Food/Dishes”

W. In combination with terms of time (also times of the day):
“Who creates the dt Eternity”
“Who lives eternally”
“Lord of Eternity”
“King of the Nhh Time”
“Lord of the living in all eternity”
“Who wanders through the dt Time”

X Identification with other Deities:
“Ptah-Osiris”
“Ptah in all of the places where His Ka desires to be”
“Ptah in all of His Temples”
“Ptah-Sokar-Osiris”
“Principal of the West”
“Sokar in the City of the Female Falcon”
“Sokar in (the City of the) two Female Falcons (ON unknown location)”
“Sokar in all of the places where His Ka desires to be”
“Sokar in Pkr (ON near Abydos)”
“Sokar in the Big City (= Tanis)”
“Sokar in Rosetau”
“Sokar in Rwt-Ist (ON near Abusir?)”
“Sokar in the Middle Hall”
“Sokar within the Temple”
“Sokar in His place in Rosetau”
“Sokar in Assiut”
“Sokar in Srwt (ON unknown location)”
“Sokar in the Schetit Sanctuary”
“Sokar in the Land of Sokar (ON near Atfih)”
“Sokar in the tnnt Sanctuary”

I left the translator's questions marked by a parathesis and/or a question mark.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on February 21, 2009, 05:36:37 pm
Quote from: TaysatWesir
Hemet's answer to the questions is that Ma'ahes is affiliated with Heru-sa-Aset, which should explain all you need to know about why He'd be working against Set at certain times. Rechit here is probably the German spelling of "rekhyt," or "human beings." Gabelstoc is also a German word, or a badly-spelled one, anyway, meaning "fork" or "fork-shaped weapon," here probably some sort of a spear or pitchfork (multiple-tined spear). I had the epithets translated for me by a friend of a friend. Now I'm curious to see if any of the Ptah-Sokar-Wesir epithets have mistakes.


If I found the write epithet you were talking about (is it "Er lebt vom Blut der Rechit-Leute"?), I looked up "leute" and apparently it means 'people'. What "rechit" means I have no idea, as the closest thing I can find is "recht" which means lawful or good, and rechen which means rake (which is what my first translation popped up with: It lives on the blood of the rake people).

Weird. Of course if I was looking at the entirely wrong epithet, please ignore me!   :grin:
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on March 15, 2009, 02:16:56 pm
Heru-Sa-Aset Epithets from "Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen"

A. Cosmos
1) Heaven/Horizon
Lord of Heaven
Who stabilizes heaven on its 4 pillars
2) Sun
Who arises in the eastern horizont of the sky
Who arises in Dendera
Who arises out of the secret one
Who dispels complete darkness
The luminous one
3) Stars
The morning god (=Venus)
4) Earth/World
Who creates Earth
Ruler of Earth

B) Topography
1) Nomes
Lord of the 18th upper Egyptian nome
Who is admist the 7th Lower Egyptian nome
Who is admist Aphroditopolites (22nd Upper Egyptian nome)
Chief of the 10th Upper Egyptian Nome
Chief of 7th Lower Egyptian nome
2) Locations
The perfect harpooner in Edfu
The heir of the pillar in Dendera
Who will be born in Chemmis
Who rises in Dendera
The one of Behedet
The child in Chemmis
Lord of Achmim
Lord of the Eye of Ra (=Thebes)
Lord of Philae
Lord of Buto
Lord of Kom Ombo
Lord of the house of the sycomores
Lord of Hwt-nsw (toponym, 18th Upper Egyptian nome)
Lord of Behbeit el Hagar
Lord of Snty-nfr (toponym, 7th Lower Egyptian nome)
Lord of Dendur
Great God on Philae
Great God on the Throne of Heru (=Edfu)
Who protects his father in ST-3bi (toponym, near Herakleopolis Magna)
Who is admist Abydis
Who is admist Dendera
Who is admist Karnak
Who is admist Buto
Who is admist Memphis
Who is admist Edfu
Who tarries in the house of the sycomores
Who is admist Qusae
Who originates in Dendera
The chief of the hill of the mnhp plant
The chief of Philae
The chief of Edfu
The one with enourmous strength on Bigga
3) Countries, regions and people
Heir of the two lands
Who seizes the two lands with his strength
Lord of Lower Egypt
King of Upper Egypt
Who takes care of the two lands
Who is given the two lands with their products
Head of the two lands
Ruler of Punt
4) Sanctuaries
Lord of Abaton
God in Abaton
Who watches over his father inside the Southern house of Sokar
Who watches over his father's house
Who is admidst the temple of Ramses II (Ramesseum)
Who is admist the temple of Sethos I (Abydos)
Chief of Abaton
Chief of "with great strength" (toponym, near Edfu)
Chief of the Mamisi
Chief of the place of stabbing
Chief of the great seat
The one who overthrows on Abaton the ones who rebell against his father
Who disallows Seth from the temples
6) Directions
Who arises in the eastern horizon
The great one of the western mountains
Who comes out of the Land of the West
Who is admidst the west
7) Nekropolis
Who is admidst the Necropolis
Chief of the Necropolis
Who is admidst the realm of the dead
8) Other
Who defeats foreigners through his strength
Lord of the foreign lands
Protector of his father in every nome
Who is admidst the great hills
Ruler of the banks

C) Fauna and Flora
Animals
The great falcon
The falcon of the golden one
The divine falcon
Jackal
The speckled plumaged

D) Development
1) Primordeal God
The extremely mighty god of the primordial beginning
The one emerging from himself
Who creates himself with his arms
2) Creator/Mother Goddess
Who creates everything which exists
3) Child
The Child in Chemmis
The beautiful lad
The lad of the king
The child

E) Live/Death
Who lives until the Djet-time
The living one

F) Intellectual Attributes
Moral/Law
Living on Ma'at

G) Physical Attributes
1) Personal strength
The one with great strength
The aggressive Ba
Lord of Strength
The one with a high arm
The one with enormous strength on Bigga
The one with a strong arm
The fighter
2) Personal strength against enemies
The one resisting evil
3) Mobility/Swiftness
Who runs in his battle ship
4) Body and body parts
The one with appointed horns
The one with gorgeous face and  Double Crown
The one with outstretched arm

H) Other attributes
Arming
The harpooner
The perfect harpooner in Edfu
Who cuts the enemy with his harpoon

I) Elements of the person (Ba, Ka)
The aggressive Ka
For whose Ka the name of the Upper Egyptian Kings is spoken

J) Acting God
1) Punishing God
Who overpowers the foreigners through his strength
Who dismembers the followers of evil with his strength
Who overpowers his enemies
Who cuts the enemy with his harpoon
Who defeats his enemies
Who cuts the heads of the followers of Seth
Who overthrows his enemies
Who overthrows the rebell
Who overthrows the rebells of his father
Who brings down on Abaton the ones who rebell against his father
Who shoots at the nose of the hippo
Who shoots to fatally wound his enemies
2) Helping, beneficent God
Whoo takes care of the two lands
Who gives life
3) Protecting God
Who protects his father
Who besteads his father Wesir
Who protects his father in St-3b.i (topos near Herakleopolis Magna)
The protector
The protector of his father
The protector of his father Wesir
The protector of his father in every nome
The excellent Protector of Onnophris the justified
Savior of the one who created him
Who fends off enemies from the place where he is
Who spurns Seth from the temples
4) Triumphant/justified God
The one with great justification
The justified
Lord of triumph
5) Commanding God
According to his order the Gods are placed on their throne
6) Praising/ music making God
Splendid Ihi

K) Receiving actions
Protected God
Whose mother Aset is his protection

L) Lordship
1) Sovereign titles
Sovereign
Great ruler on the throne of his father
Ruler of Eternity
Ruler over Gods and Humans
The Lower Egyptian King of the Lower Egyptian Kings
The Lower Egyptian King of Ra
The excellent King
King of Kings
King of Gods
King of Upper Egypt
Who is above the form of address of the Lower Egyptian Kings
Who rules for himself the great office of the one who created him
Ruler of the banks
Great Ruler
Ruler of the two cobras
Ruler of Punt
Ruler of the Ennead
Ruler of Kingship
Ruler of the palace facade
Ruler of the Double Crown
Ruler of Eternity
2) Legitimation
Heir of the Pillar in Dendera
Heir of the Winged Sun Disc
Heir of Onnophris
Heier of Wesir-Onnophris
The excellent heir
The excellent heir of Onnophris
The excellent heir of Wesir
The Heir of the Lord of Eternity
Heir of the two lands
3) Coming into power
Who seizes the white crown
Who seizes both lands with his strength
4) Unification of the two lands
Who unites the two lands on the throne of his father
5) Crowns
Who sizes the white crown
The one with gorgeous face and Double Crown
Lord of the Double Crown
Whose face with the cobras shines
Who unites himself with the Red Crown
Who exalts himself with the Double Crown
6) Throne
The great ruler on the throne of his father
Lord of the Throne
According to his order the Gods are placed on their throne
Who is on the palace facade
Ruler in the palace facade
Who unites the two lands on the throne of his father
Who is on this throne with might and for all eternity
The one with exactled seat

M) Family
Relatives
With whom Aset was pregnant
The great ruler on the throne of his father
Who Nebt-het creates
Who Aset gave birth to
Who emerged of Aset
Who emerged of Wesir
The divine seed of Onnophris the justified
Whose mother Aset is his protection
Who protects his Father
The protector of his father Wesir
The protector of his father in every nome
The excellent Protector of Onnophris the justified
Who besteads his father Wesir
Who protects his father in St-3b.i (topos near Herakleopolis Magna)
The protector of his father in every nome
Saviour of the one who created him
Who watches over his father inside the southern house of Sokar
Who watches over the house of his father
Who rules for himself the great office of the one who created him
Son of Aset
Son of Wesir
Son of a sovereign
Perfect son of Wesir
Oldest son of Wesir
Sem priest of his father Wesir
Who unites the two lands on the throne of his father
Who pleases the heart of his mother Aset
Who overthrows the rebells of his father
Who brings down on Abaton the ones who rebell against his father
Who is created by Nut

N) Genesis/emergence
Who is born in Chemmis
Who emerges of the secret one
Who is created by Wesir

O) Social/material position
1) Popular/pleased God
The very popular
Who pleases the heart of his mother Aset
2) Esteemed/Respected God
The great God
The exalted God
For whose Ka the name of the Upper Egyptian Kings is spoken
3) Unique/hidden God
The one who won't be replicated
4) Perfect/excellent God
The perfect God
5) Feared/violent God
Whose terror is mirrored in faces
Who rages because of Wesir

P) Occupationa
1) Priest
Sem Priest of his father Wesir
2) Watcher
Who watches over his father inside the southern house of Sokar
Who watches over the house of his father
Who watches over the sound adult
3) Other
Messenger of the Lord of everything

Q) Temple and cult
1) Ritual
Lord of purification
Who started the purification
2) Statue
The divine falcon

R) Time
Who creates the djet eternity
Lord of Eternity
Who lives until the djet time
Ruler of Eternity
Who is on his Throne mighty and eternal

Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tawaisenu on March 15, 2009, 03:31:41 pm
How do you translate the German into English, is there an online translator? Or is it done in your head?
I would be very interested in seeing the epithets of Djehuty listed in this book-but I don't know anything about the German language! :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Senushemi on March 15, 2009, 04:13:10 pm
Try SYSTRAN  http://www.systranet.com/ for translations. I find it very helpful. :)
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Post by: Naisenu on March 15, 2009, 07:12:30 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on March 15, 2009, 10:30:10 pm
Yes, German is my first language.

And that are only the epithets for Heru-Sa-Aset, I could add just as many for Heru-Sa-Aset-Sa Wesir   ;)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: ionesc0 on March 16, 2009, 05:03:13 pm
http://www.wordreference.com  is a most excellent online dictionary for several languages.  I don't know anything about German though...
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on March 16, 2009, 10:27:09 pm
I like this dictionary http://www.leo.org/index_en.html
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobeqsenu on March 17, 2009, 08:15:26 am
I'll second that one, Tanebet! I've been studying German at my University for a few semesters and that site has come in handy so many times. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on March 25, 2009, 03:04:31 pm
Epithets of the Ra-Heru-Akhety

A) Cosmos
1. Heaven/Horizon
The Akh in heaven
The horizontic
The horizontic who is arising
Pillar in heaven
Who creates Heaven
Who flies to the horizon as divine winged scarab
Who flies to the horizon after getting old
Who flies up to the sky
Who lives in the horizon
Who lifts the sky as path of his eyes
Who lifts the sky to exalt his Ba
Who rises in the horizon
Who arises in his horizon
Who arises in the sky
Who arises un the lower sky
Who arises every day in the sky
Who arises daily in the sky
The Ba in heaven
The Ba, the lord of heaven
Who comes out of the horizon
Who comes out of the eastern horizon of the sky
Who comes out of the horizon as Behedety
Who comes out of the horizon of heaven
Who comes out of the beautiful horizon
Who passes through the sky
Who crosses the skies
Who glows into the sky
Who glows in the sky
Who shines in the sky
Who fills heaven and earth with his beauty
Lord of heaven
Lord of heaven and the gods
Lord  of heaven and earth
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the mountains
Lord of heaven, earth and the Duat
Lord of the heaven,  the earth, the duat, the water and the mountains
Who wanders through the sky
King of heaven
King in the sky
The divine god inside heaven
Who carries the sky
Who shows himself in the sky without anyone knowing his form
Who shows himself in the sky
Who jubilates in the horizon
Who ascends as Kheperan to the sky
Who is over the horizon
Who is in the horizon
Who is in the two horizons
Who departs to heaven
Who departs in the heaven
Who sets in the western horizon
Who appears amidst the sky
Chief of the horizon
Chief of the sky
Chief of the Upper Egyptian sanctuary of the heaven
Chief of the sky of Egypt
Chief of the sky of Tem
Who lights heaven and earth with his perfection
The power, which is in the sky
The great image in the horizon of the heaven
Who creates heaven
Who creates heaven and earth
Who rises to heaven on the arms of Heh and Hehet
Who arises to heaven with the scent of incense
Who encircles heaven
Who cruises heaven in width and length
Who cruises the low sky
Who crosses the sky in peace
2) Sun
The glowing one in the sun light
Who glows in the house of the throne (=temple in Edfu)
Who creates light
Who creates light in every place
Who creates light when opening his face
Who makes Earth the yard of his rays
The sun disc
The living solar disc
The great solar disc
The beautiful solar disc
The beautiful solar disc out of turquoise
The oldest sun
The splendid solar disc
Whose brilliance is the two sanctuaries (= Egypt)
The gods are living of his light
Everyone lives of his rise
Everyone lives of his rays
The one who is rising
Who rises in the horizon
Who rises in his horizon
Who rises in the eastern horizon
Who rises in the eatern horizon of the sky
Who rises in the east
Who rises in Edfu
Who rises in the Eastern mountain
Who rises in the sky
Who rises in the Nun
Who rises as golden one
Who glows in perfection over the west
Who rises in the lower sky
Who glows out of the lotos blossom
Who arises every day in the sky
Who arises daily in the sky
The one with the arising light
The grape-vines green when he arises
Who illuminates Egypt with his two udjat eyes.
Who illuminates with his brilliance the two lands
Who illuminates the two lands with gold dust
Who sends the light out of his two devine eyes
The one with illuminating rays
Who illuminates the world
Who illuminates
Who glows in the horizon
Who shines in the horizon
Who fills the land with gold dust
His irradiance doesn't stop after he set
Who shines into the sky
Who shines for himself on the mountain of the eatern mountains
Who shines like gold in the early morning
Lord of radiance
Lord of brilliance
Who creates light
Who creates irradiance
The great god in his disc
Who is giving his arms the one he loves and his joy the one who illuminates his solar disc
Who is giving light
Who is giving the light after darkness
The shining one
Who illuminates daily the two lands and the banks
Who is shinning since the primal beginning
Who sets in the western horizon
Who sets in the realm of the dead
Who illuminates the land where he rises
The one with great irradiance
His rays expel storms
Who expels darkness in the morning
Who expels darkness
Who illuminates the underworld with his rays
The great enlightened one
Who illuminates the two banks
Who illuminates heaven and earth with his perfection
His rays illuminate all countries
Who enlightens everyone with his brilliance
Who illuminates the corpse of Wesir
Who illuminates darkness
Who illuminates the land
Who illuminates this land with his shining eyes
Who illuminates the two lands
Who illuminates the two land with his shining eyes
Who illuminates with the brilliance of his brilliant eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with the irradiance of his eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with his beauty
Who illuminates the two lands in Mesen
Who illuminates the two lands with his divine eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with his appearance
Who illuminates the two lands with his rays
Who illuminates the two lands with gold
Who illuminates the underworld with his beauty
Who illuminates the underword with his two eyes
Who expedites the elucidation of earth
The shining one
Whose shining eyes illuminate the banks
Who makes faces glow
The one with glowing light
Who illuminates the two lands with the glow of his eyes
Who illuminates the lands
Whose image is the sunlight
The voyager who is in his solar disc
Who passes the duat inside his solar disc
The light
The perfect light
Who creates the sun rays as flames of his eyes
Who creates the Duat with his radiance
The one with sparkling rays
Everyone sees because of him
Through his radiance the gods see
3) Moon
The light in the night
4) Stars
The lord of stars and fish
5) Wind
Who is giving air and water
The wind
6) Water
Who is in the flood
Who rises in the Nun
Who emerges from the Nun
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the mountains
Lord of the heaven,  the earth, the duat, the water and the mountains
Who is giving air and water
Who pulls himself out of the nun
7) Earth/World
Who makes Earth the yard of his Radiance
Ruler on Earth
Who overcomes the land
Who is mighty on Earth
The primeval one of the land
Who fills heavan and earth with his beauty
Who fills the land with gold dust
Lord of heaven and earth
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the mountains
Lord of the heaven,  the earth, the duat, the water and the mountains
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the duat
Lord of Earth
Lord of the whole land
Who resorts to earth at the appointed time
Who is above earth
Who illuminates the land where he arises
Who appears on earth
Who keeps the land alive with his nourishment
Who makes the land wide for his form
Who illuminates heaven and earth with his perfection
Who illuminates the land
Who encircles for himself earth
Who creates heaven and earth
8) Duat
Who opens the Duat
Lord of heaven, earth and the duat
Lord of the Duat
Lord of the heaven,  the earth, the duat, the water and the mountains
The great god of the duat
Who is giving the Akhu in the Duat their venerability
Who is amid the Duat
Ruler of the duat
Who is resting in the duat in the hill of Djeme
Who illuminates the Duat with his two eyes
Who illuminates the Duat with his beauty
Who crosses the duat inside his solar disc
Who creates the Duat with his magic spells
Who creates the Duat with his luminousness

B) Topography
1) Nome
The Lord of the Nome of Mendes
The Lord of the beginning of the Nomes ( = 1. Upper Egyptian Nome)
Who is amid the 5th Upper Egyptian Nome
Who settles down as winged scarab in Egypt/in the 13th Lower Egyptian Nome
The Chief of Heliopolis ( 13th Lower Egyptian Nome)
2) Locations
The Heliopotanian
Who is flying in the throne seat (=Edfu)
The Theban
Who rises in Edfu
The one of Behedet (usually Edfu)
Lord of Dendera
Lord of Heliopolis
Lord of Edfu
Lord of Mesen
Lord of Deir El-Hagar
Lord of the two lands and Heliopolis
Who is hidden in the holy place
The great god in Heliopolis
The great god of Edfu
Who is amid of Abydos
Who is amid of Dendera
Who is amid of Heliopolis
Who is amid of Armant
Who is amid the Heru's throne seat (=Edfu)
Who is amid Edfu
Who is amid Bubastis
Who is amid of Bhdt-nt-R' (=Edfu)
Who is amid Aniba
Who is amid Hibis
Who is amid Hermopolis
Who is amid Nigga
Who is amid Edna
Chief of Bhdt-nt-R' (=Edfu)
Who is on the throne in Edfu
Ruler of Heliopolis
Ruler of Thebes
Who rests in the Duat in the hill of Djeme
Chief of Dendera
Chief of Heliopolis
Chief of Karnak
Chief of the foundation of the land (location in the 13th Lower Egyptian Nome)
Chief of Edfu
Chief of the house of battle (location in the 4th Upper Egyptian Nome)
Chief od Dendera
Chief of Esna
Prince of Heliopolis
Prince of Thebes
Who illuminates this land with his luminous eyes
Bull of Heliopolis
Bull in Heliopolis
Who is on his mountain, Lord of the chest, who is in the North of Memphis
Whose seat is exaltedin Egypt/Heliopolis
3) Countries, regions, people
The great one of the two lands
Who illuminates Egypt with both his Udjat eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with his glamour
Who illuminates the two lands with gold dust
Lord of the two sanctuaries
Lord of Punt
Lord of Nubia
Lord of the two lands and Heliopolis
Lord of this land
Who illuminates daily both lands and the banks
Who is amid Nubia
Lord of the two banks
Lord of the land of the gods
Who protects both lands with his wings
Who settles down as winged scarab in Egypt/in the 13th Lower Egyptian Nome
Chief of the two sanctuaries
Chief of Egypt's sky
Who keeps both lands alive
Who illuminates both banks
Whose rays illuminate all countries
Who illuminates both lands
Who illuminates himself for the two lands
Who illuminates this land with his luminous eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with his lustre
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his shiny eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his eyes
Who illuminates the two lands in Mesen
Who illuminates the two lands with his beauty
Who illuminates the two lands with his appreance
Who illuminates the two lands after emerging
Who illuminates the two lands with beams
Who illuminates the two lands with his radiance
Who illuminates the two lands with gold
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his two eyes
Whose seat is exalted in Egypt/Heliopolis
4) Sanctuaries
Who glows in the house of the throne (=temple in Edfu)
The one with great appearances in the Benben house
Who enters for himself the palace
Lord of the great house
Lord of the house of the Benu
Lord of the place of Ma'at
The great God in I3t-dit (Aset temple in Dendera)
The great god in the Benben house
The Gods, the lords of the temple
The lad in the house of the throne of Ra
Heru of the East on the great seat
Who is amid Abaton
Who is amid the pure island (=Abaton)
Who is amid the palace
Who is amid the temple of Ramses II
Who is amid the great house
Who is amid the temple of Sethos I (temple of Abydos)
Who is amid the temple of Ramses II in the temple of Ra (Temple of Derr)
Who is amid the shadow of Ra
Who protects the cobra in the great seat (=Edfu)
Chief of the horizon of Eternity
Chief of I3t-dit (Aset temple in Dendera)
Chief of the place of Ra
Chief of Abaton
Chief of his sanctuary
Chief of the Upper Egyptian sanctuary of the sky
Chief of the throne of Ra
Chief of the great house
Chief of the house of the one who awakes soundly
Chief of the house of the ruler
Chief of the great seat
Chief of the place where Heru became king of Upper and Lower Eygpt
Who illuminates the two lands on the great throne
Who guides the gates of the western desert
The one with hidden form in the house of the prince
With whose name the temples are inscribed
The great black kite of the temple of Ra
The exalted one who is in the Benben house
5) Water
Who is amid the well
6) Directions
Who is in the west
Who rises in the eastern horizon
Who rises in the eastern horizon of the sky
Who rises in the East
Who rises in the eastern mountains
Who shines in perfection over the west
Who emerges from the eastern horizon of the sky
The Ba of the east
Who shines for himself on the mountain of the Eastern mountain
The lord of life in the western horizon
The lord of the eastern mountains
The eastern Heru
Heru of the East on the great seat
Who is amid the great west
Who is amid the western mountains
Who is amid the western desert
Ruler of the west
Chief of the western mountains
Who guides the gates of the deserts of the west
The great image of the west
Who is on his mountain, Lord of the chest, who is in the North of Memphis
Who ferries to the western mountains
7) Necropolis
Judge of the ones who are in the realm of the dead
Lord of the holy land
Sovereign of the district of the realm of the dead
Who sets in the realm of the dead
Who illuminates the underworlds with his rays
8) Other
Who creates every country
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the mountains
Lord of the heaven,  the earth, the duat, the water and the mountains
Lord of heaven, earth, water and the duat
Lord of the places of Heru
Who protects the towns from the enemies
Whose function is the foundation of nomes and towns
Who is amit the western desert
Sovereign of the district
Chief of towns and nomes
Chief of the place where he settles down
Whose shiny eyes illuminate the banks
Who illuminates the countries
Who guides the gates of the western desert
Who is on his mountain, Lord of the chest, who is in the North of Memphis

C) Fauna/Flora
Animals
Who flies to the horizon as divine winged scarab
The winged scarab
The great winged scarab
The great winged scarab of gold
The divine winged scarab
The splendid winfed scarab
The falcon
The great falcon
The divine falcon
The mighty falcon
The splendid falcon
The lion
Lord of stars and fish
The great lion
The mysterious lion
Who settles down as winged scarab in Egypt/in the 13th Lower Egyptian Nome
The speckled plumaged
The great holy falcon
The bull
Bull of Heliopolis
Bull in Heliopolis
The beautiful bull
The mighty bull
The exalted bull
The bull in the night
The black kite
The black kite in the temple of Ra

D) Vegetation
1) Flood
Who upon his wish comes as flood
2) Fields, fruits
Who creates corn
The grape-vines green when he arises

E) Development
1) Primeval God
Whose birth doesn't exist
Father of Fathers
Father of the Gods
Father of the Gods and the Goddesses
Who creates himself
The primeval one
The primeval one of the land
Who births himself
Who creates himself every day
Who shines since the primeval beginning
Who comes into being in the beginning
2) Creator/mother goddess
Who causes life for Gods and humans
Who creates the neheh-time
Who creates what is
Who creates everything which exists
Creator of the Gods
Who creates the humans
Who creates the upper ones
The creator of the upper and lower ones
Out of whose eyes Gods come
Mother of mothers
Who creates Gods
Who creates his limbs
Who creates the light
Who creates the rays
Whose function is the foundation of nomes and towns
Whos let the lowers ones come into being
Who lets the darkness in the evening come into being
Who created erverything which is
Who creates the being
Who creates heaven
Who creates heaven and earth
Who creates the sun rays as flames of his eyes
Who creates the duat through his magic spells
Who creates the duat with his brilliance
Who creates the djet-time
3) Child
The divine lad
The lad in the house of the throne of Ra
The child
The perfect child out of gold
The splendid child
Child of the morning
The child in the morning
4) Aged deity
Who flies to the horizon after becoming old
The old one
The old man in the evening

F) Life/Dead
1) Lifetime
Who doesn't perish
Who lives for all eternity
Who will live in perpetuity
Who makes the years numerous
2) Rejuvenation/rebirth
Who opens the dung ball
Who repeats the appearances
Who is born each day rejuvenated
The rejuvenated one
3) Other
Lord of Life
The living one
Ruler of life
The lord of life in the western horizon
The living god
Who crosses the lifetime

G) Intellectual attributes
1) Knowledge
Who creates his protection with what is coming out of his mouth
The one with great magical power
Who creates the duat through his magic spells
2) Moral/Law
Who is living on Ma'at
Who is living daily on Ma'at
Who lives only on Ma'at
Who loves Ma'at
Who creates Ma'at
Who hates robbery
Lord of Ma'at
Who is pleased with Ma'at

H) Physical attributes
1) Personal Strength
The one with great strength with the face of a kite
The one with great strength
Who whom there is no faintness
Who whom there is no tiredness
The one with strong arm
2) Swiftness/Mobility
Who crosses the sky
Who passes the sky
The one with extended step
Whose step doesn't cease
The southwards traveller
The wanderer
Who encircles the sky
3) Body parts
The one with great strength with the face of a kite
The one with beautiful face with the spear
Trough whose shiny eyes the gods are living
The one with many colours
The one with many forms
Who illuminates Egypt with his two udjat eyes
The one of great stature
The one with mighty forefront
The one with rised arm
Who sends the light out of his two divine eyes
Out of whose eyes Gods come
Lord of the two horns
Whose limbs are made of real gold
The one with gorgeous face
The one with radiating forms in the barque of the million
Whose body is out of gold
Who protects the two lands with his wings
The one with pointed horns
Who illuminates this land with his luminous eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his shiny eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his eyes
Who illuminates the two lands with the radiance of his two eyes
Whose shining eyes illuminate the banks
Who is near to the body
The most masculine of the Gods
The one with sparkling forms
The one with sparkling plumage

I) Other attributes
Weapons
The one with beautiful face with the spear

J) Elements (Ba, Ka, ..)
The Akh in heaven
For whose Ka one makes incence offerings in front of all gods
Who rises the sky to exalt his Ba
The Ba
The Baof the East
The great Ba
The living Ba
The great ram/Ba
The Ba of Bas
The Ba in heaven
The Ba, lord of heaven
The Ba of the Gods
The splendid Ba
The masculine Ba
The exalted Ba
The one with travelling Akh

K) As acting God
1) providign/caring/offering god
Who nourishes himself
2) Punishing God
Who defeats his enemies
Who overthrows the rebel
3) Beneficient/helping God
Who turns to mercy
What exists lives through his sight
Through his sight ones lives
The gods live though his shiny eyes
Through his sight the Gods live
Through his sight the Gods and the humans live
Through his light the Gods live
Everyone lives because of him
Everyone lives because he rises
His rays makes everyone live
Lord of guiding
Who is giving the Akhu in the Duat their venerability
Who is giving his arms the one he loves and his joy the one who illuminates his solar disc
Who lays his two arms around his stong daughter
Who is giving life to the living
Who gives every human the ability to see
Who keeps everyone alive
Who keeps everything alive  
Who keeps the land alive with his nourishment
Who keeps the two lands alive
Who makes the routes of the evening barque navigable
Who answers to the call of Gods, Humans, Akhu and the dead.
4) Protecting God
Who creates his protection with what is coming out of his mouth
Whose arms are behind his daighter
The sheperd
The good sheperd
The brave sheperd
Who protects his daughter, the mighty one
Who protects himself
Lord of protection
Who protects the towns from the enemies
Who protects the cobra on the great seat (=Edfu)
Who protects the two lands with his wings
The protection of his son Wesir from his enemies
Who protects his seat from the enemies
Who extends his arm behind his daughter
Who casts out damage
5) Happy God
Who jubilates in the horizon
Lord of the joy of the heart
Whose heart is happy about his crew
6) Ordering God
The ordering one
7) Praising/music making God
The gorgeous Musician amid the ennead
8) Other
Who sees the crowd
Who wakes every living head
Who embraces his son
Who approaches the face
Who lets the humans be in front
Who listens to the Gods
Who finds the Gods

L) Receiving God
Offerings
For whose Ka one makes incence offerings in front of all gods
Who is praised with Ma'at

M) Lordship
1) Title
The Ruler
The great ruler
Ruler of all Gods
Ruler on earth
The one with great kingship
The two ladies
The Upper Egyptian King
The Kinf og Upper and Lower Egypt
King of the Sky
King in the Sky
King of the Ennead
King of Ma'at
King of Gods
Ruler of Heliopolis
Ruler over the west
Ruler of the two banks
Ruler of Thebes
Ruler of the Ennead
Ruler of the great Ennead
Ruler of the Gods
Ruler over the land of the God
Ruler of the Duat
Ruler of Eternity
Prince of Heliopolis
Prince of Thebes
Prince of the Gods
Prince during the day
2) Legitimation
Heir of Eternity
3) Transfer of Power
Who gives his power to his heir apparent
Who gives his beloved son sovereignty
Who places the son on the throne of his father
4) Crowns
Lord of the double feather crown
Who is over the double feather crown
The one with broad feather crown
The one with pointed feather crown
5) Throne
Who is standing on his throne
The lord of the thrones of the two lands
Who is on his throne
Who is on his throne in Edfu
Who is resting on his throne
The chief of the great throne seat since the beginning
Who protects his seat from his rebels
Whose seat is exalted in Egypt/Heliopolis

N) Family
Relations
Whose arms are behind his daughter
Who was born by Mht-wrt
Who protects his daughter, the mighty one
Who gives his power to his heir apparent
Who gives his beloved son sovereignty
Who lays his arms around his mighty daughter
Who emvraces his daughter
Who is removed from his mother
Whose son is resting next to him
Son of Nit
The protection of his son Wesir from his enemies
Who puts his son as child on earth
Who hides his body from the one who emerged from him
Who extends his arms behind his daughter

O) Creation/ origin
Who shines out of the lotus blossom

P) Social/material position
1) Popular/pleased god
The one with well-disposed heart
The one with great popularity
The beloved one
The confidant
The Lord of Love
The resting God
The resting one
2) Respected/distinguished God
Who is greater than the Gods
The one with great forms
The great one
The one with great reputation
Oldest of the gods
The one with greater forms than the other gods
The great god
The great living god of the Ennead
The exceedingly great god
The exalted God
The exalted God of the Ennead
Who hallows his statures
The splendid one of the Ennead
Whose stature is more exalted than the ones of the other Gods
3) Unique/hidden God
The unreachable one
Who is not known
There is no second one to him
Who is in his secret
The hidden one
The one with hidden stature
Who is hidden in secrecy
Whose body is hidden as Amun
The exceedingly far away one in the faces
The unique one
The only one
Whose recognition is unknown
Whose secret image is unknown
Whose body is unknown
The unrivalled one
The sole god
The mysterious lion
Who is over the secret
Who emerges alone
Who hides himself
Who hides his body from the one who emerged from him
The secret one
The one with secret face
The one wuth secret stature in the house of the prince
4) Perfect/excellent God
Who is in every pair of eyes
The one with perfect appearance
The perfect god
The perfect one
5) Feared/aggressive God
Lord of the flame
Who vanquishes the land
6) Mighty/successful God
Whose power is great
The one with many wonders
The one with mighty appearances
Who doesn't go astray
The great mighty one
Power of the million
Power of powers
Exalted power
The one with great power
7) Other
The Lord
Lord of the ones where he stays
Lord of venerability
Lord of the Gods
Lord in his divineness
Lord of Lords
God of Gods
The devine God
The devine one
The one with devine appearance
Who is above the gods
Who is above all gods
Head of the great ennead
Head of thr gods
Chief of his statures
The oldest one
Follower of the gods
8) Relationships to other Gods
Who is in his Ennead
Who emerges the horizon as Behedety
Who rises to heaven as Khepera
Chief of the sky of Tem
Who unites himself for himself with the daughter of Irta
Who placates the sun goddess with his speech
Who placates the golden one of the gods
Who illuminates the corpse of Wesir
Who rises to the sky on the arms of Heh and Hehet

Q) Function
1) Priest
The greatest one of the seeing ones
2) Judge
Judge of the ones who are in the realm of the dead
3) Watcher
The one with an alert face

R) Temple and cult
1) Rite
Lord of purification
2) Festival
Lord of the Sed festival
Lord of the Sed festivals
3) Icon
Idol
The one with exalted image
4) Barques and other ships
Who is in the barque
Who is in the evening-barque
The one with brilliant appearances in the barque of the million
Who is amid the barque
Who is amid his barque
Who is amid the evening-barque
Khepera, who is amid his barque
Who makes the routes of the evening barque navigable
Who travels in his barque
5) Holy Item
Pillar in heaven
Who is on his mountain, Lord of the chest, who is in the North of Memphis

S) Cult of the Dead
Funeral, tomb, coffin
Who repeats the burial

T) Time
Heir of Eternity
Who is in his moment
Who is within the borders of the neheh time
Who creates the Neheh time
Who creates the djet eternity
Who creates the djet and neheh eternity
Who is living daily on Ma'at
Who lives in all eternity
Who rises each day
Who rises each day and shines
Who rises each day in the sky
Who rises daily in the sky
Who will exist eternally
Who shines in the early morning in gold
Who is born each day rejuvenated
Who creates himself every day
Whose step doesn't cease
Lord of the hours
Lord of eternity
Lord who crosses eternity
Lord of the djet time
Lords of eternity
The Neheh-time
The old man in the evening
Who is belonging to the year
Who resorts to earth at the appointed time
Head of the Neheh time
Ruler of Eternity
Child of the morning
Khepera in the morning
Who dispels darkness in the morning
Prince during the day
Who lets the darkness in the evening come into being
Light in the night
Who creates the djet-timeBull in the night
Tem in the evening
Child in the morning
Who links the months

U) Identification with other Gods
Whose body is hidden as Amun
Ptah the great
Month the strong one
Ra at his rising
Ra, the lord of the Ra Gods
Ra.Tem-Khepera
Ra himself
The eastern Heru
Heru of the east in the great seat
Heru of the Heru gods
The oldest magician
Khepera
Khepera who is in his barque
Khepera in the morning
Seth
Tem
Tem-Heru
Tem in the evening
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Huyitu on April 06, 2009, 07:19:35 pm
I just wanted to thank you Tanebet for all the hard work you have done on all these translations! This is so cool and I hope you know that all us non-German speakers really appreciate this! :D
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on April 06, 2009, 10:01:08 pm
You are welcome and it is a good exercise for me
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on July 25, 2009, 04:49:50 pm
Tanabet could you translate Heru-Hekenu's epithets for me please. :)

http://books.google.com/books?id=dByZwDNvrGQC&lpg=PA561&dq=Horhekenu&pg=PA277
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 26, 2009, 01:54:11 am
Sure, will do
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 26, 2009, 05:35:01 am
Iconography
1) Human form
a) Standing god with drooped arms
b) Naked child with a tight cap on his head, and a cobra on his forhead
c) enthroned Childgod with sidelock, finger at his lips, crook, flail and double crown
d) God with sundisc on his head
2) Falcon form
a) Standing God with falcon head
b) Standing God with falcon head and drooped arms
c) Standing mummyfied God with falconhead
d) Standing God with falcon head who holds his hand against the shrine with the Sun God of the night.  
e) Falcon headed rower of the sun barque
f) Mummy with falcon instead of a head, falcon wears the double crown
g) falcon on a standard in a barque with a antilope head on the bow (not the Sokar barque), win front of him panicle, shen-ring and mn-sign
3) Other
Falcon headed sphinx wuth double crown

Member of group of Gods
A) a) 7th of 7 or 10 Gods who stand in front of the Hippotamus, a constellation of the northern sky
b) 3rd of 26 forms of the Sun God in the combination Hr-hknw-*Nb-k3w-*Imy-imntt
B) a) 5th God (of 8 or 9) in the sum barque in the middle register of the night hours in the Amduat.
b) 7th God (of 10 or 11) in the Sun Barque
C) In a row of several Gods,
Predessor: Iwf, Imy-sh-ntr, Nfr-tm, Hw-t3wy, Hnty-imntt
Successor: Nhs, Ntr-'3-Imy-dw3t, '3-phty, Hr-Hnty-hty, K3-M3't

Functions
A) Name of Gods
1) Heru
2) Chonsu
3) Sun God
B) In rituals
1) Name of Gods
a) In a ritual, (wnsb-symbol)
b) Name of Nefertem in a ritual
2) In connection to the king
1) Name of the king in a ritual (killing of an oryx, sm3-m3-hed)
C) Part of a longer expression Nfr-tm-*Nb-k3w-*Hr-hknw, Nfr-tm-*Nb-k3-*Hr-hknw or
Nfr-tm-*Hw-t3wy-*Hr-hknw
D) In connection to the Sun God
a) He accompanies the Sun God in the middle register of the night hours in the Amduat.
E) In connection to the dead
a) He lights the way (psd) for the  Ba of the dead
F) As baneful God
When the cult of Wesit is not performed, Hr-knw, the son of Bast, and the H3Tyw and Sm3yw demons who are armed with their knives (Imyw-ds.sn) are ordered by Yinepu to emerge
G) Geographical Connection:
a) Name of a temple god in a procession of nome gods (18th Lower Egyptian Nome)
H) Receiver of offerings
a) In a Htp-di-Nsw-formula
I) Other
a) He is called in the 6th hour in a book of hours.
b) In a row of 50 gods of the mammisi who name the Gods in their months (Ntrw-m-3bdw.sn) and the noble ladies in the years (Spswt-mnhwt-m-rnpwt
c) named in connection of the killing of an oryx
d) Is supposed to hear the words of Aset in a magic spell
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tawaisenu on July 26, 2009, 12:12:11 pm
Tanabet, does Bast have any epithets?
I haven't found any on the Internet. I'll check out my local library this week, just to make sure.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 26, 2009, 01:19:49 pm
Riley, the LAGG (that's the book Taysat linked to, the full name is Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeuchnungen) has 4 pages with epithets of Bast.

  Bastet (http://books.google.de/books?id=_rTPal0FRdwC&pg=PA192&lpg=PA192&dq=Lexikon+der+%C3%A4gyptischen+G%C3%B6tter+und+G%C3%B6tterbezeichnungen+bastet&source=bl&ots=39K_WoIBRz&sig=urVbIm3pdWnfVCMDGuCASoIrp-E&hl=de&ei=Ap5sSuymEZG2mgOj2Nm8Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1)  
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on July 26, 2009, 01:47:33 pm
Thank you Tanebet! :D
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 26, 2009, 02:00:39 pm
You are welcome
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Khusisokar on July 27, 2009, 12:35:44 am
*Sigh*  Oh to have an English translation for that wondrous tome for those of us that really should have sent more time learning a another language in school.

Sadly, about all I remember from my German classes are things like 'Mein Regenschirm ist kaputt' or 'Mein Gehirn ist Kartoffelsalat.'
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bestekeni on July 27, 2009, 08:07:09 am
You could also do what I did and painstakingly use a dictionary.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 27, 2009, 08:11:24 am
Quote from: Khusisokar

Sadly, about all I remember from my German classes are things like 'Mein Regenschirm ist kaputt' or 'Mein Gehirn ist Kartoffelsalat.'


My brain is potato salad?
Lol...very useful
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Khesretitui on July 27, 2009, 09:35:27 am
All I remember after all these years is "Wo ist die Badezimmer?"

Important, but not very versatile. ;)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Khusisokar on July 27, 2009, 09:20:17 pm
My professor was Swiss & my tutor was Bavarian.

Its not like anyone would have actually been able to understand what I was actually trying to say anyway.  :D

(And oddly, I have actually used the 'kartoffelsalat" a couple times. Hee)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 27, 2009, 10:17:32 pm
lol...a Swiss-Bavarian Combo.  That must given you an interesting German accent
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on August 14, 2009, 05:18:36 pm
For those who have access to an English-translated version of the Lexikon, could you post the Pakhet mentions? I am using a dictionary and have got most of it, but a lot of it I think is getting mangled and not making much sense. ^^;

Thank you!


Senebty, Moswen
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 15, 2009, 12:55:42 am
Em Hotep Moswen *henu*,

all the posted epithets here have been translated by several members of the house, there is no official translation of the LAGG

If you give me your list and your translations I can have a look at it

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on August 21, 2009, 03:19:24 am
I know there isn't Tanebet. I just thought I remembered reading that a couple of people on the forum had most of the LAGG translated, and was hoping someone could post the Pakhet parts.

This is all I have (you'll also have to excuse me lack of using special characters, I don't have them on this keyboard :) ):

P3XT die ReiBende (Pakhet the Slaughteress or [She Who] Slaughters)

A. Bezeichnung von Gottinnen

a) Als Herrin des Speos Artemidos (Nbt-St)* bezeichnet
(When the Mistress of the Speos Artemidos calls) or
(Identified as the Mistress of Speos Artemidos)

* I've tried looking it up, but I have no idea what Nbt-St translates into from Egyptian

B. Bezeichnung von Gottinnnen in Ritual-szenen:
(Name of God in the inner ritual scenes)

a) Bezeichnung der Mnt in einer Ritual-szene
(Himmel stutzen: tw3 pt)

This one threw me through a loop. I have no idea who Mnt is, and I checked everything I have. The best I got was "someone, so and so".

I got tw3 pt as "support(ing) the sky", but I have no idea what Himmel stutzen is supposed to mean. All I got was "sky to tear" or "stop short of the sky". I hope thats supposed to mean something in German! XD

b) Bezeichnung der Tefnut in einer Ritual-szene
(Wein: Title zerstort)

This.. I don't get either. So the title was destroyed? She's Tefnut the Destroyer? She likes wine?


C. Mit kalendarischem Bezug:
(With regards to the calendrical)

a) Am IV 3Xt 20 werden die beiden Udjat-Augen des Osiris gefunden. Ein (bennu)-Vogel Kommt aus ihnen heraus. Sie sind in einem Standbild im Gesicht der P3Xt, zu der man Nbt-wbn sagt.

On IV Akhet 20, the two Udjat-Eyes of Osiris are found. A Bennu-bird flies out from them. She is a statue in the face of Pakhet, to which one says Nbt-wbn.

Nbt-wbn I think translates to Lady of the Wadi.

I am really curious as to what festival this is of Her's or which one She takes part in, as I've never seen a festival attributed to Her! Or what this festival even means... lol.


D. Songstiges: (Other)

a) Sie nimmt ihren Platz zwischen den Augenbrauen des Konigs ein und unterwirft die Fremdvolker.
(She takes Her place between the eyebrows of the King and the foreign peoples)

b) Sie ist die altsete Tochter (s3t wrt) des Nsw-nhh (both h's have dots under them)
(She is the oldest daughter of the Eternal King)

Is the Eternal King Ra?

c) Der Verstorbene sicht sie.
(The deceased view/see Her)

I think pretty much every God had a connection to the Underworld in Egypt, but this one confuses me as well.



Now, these are the ones under Pakhet when she is connected with Weret-Hekau

P3Xt-wrt : Die GroBe Pachet [=die ReiBende]
(Pakhet-Weret: The Great Pakhet [=the Raging One])

Iconography: LowenKopfige Gottin mit einer Sonnenscheibe aufdem Kopf.
(Lion-headed Goddesss with a sundisc on Her Head)

Function:
A. Bezeichnung von Gottinnen in Ritual-scenen:

a)Bezeichnung der Tefnut in einer Ritual-szene
(weiBer und grunder Stoff: mnXt hdt (h has a dot, d has a curve)
mnXt w3dt (d has a curve)

This one also made my head hurt. From what I can gather, after translating both the German and Egyptian.. it means she likes green and white stuff. I think the two Egyptian words are "homage/giving white stuff" (like linen or milk) and "homage/giving green stuff" (like linen or vegetables).

And then (Bier: hnkt) I think means giving beer as an offering. But I am confused as to why Tefnut keeps getting brought up. Is this a standard in the Lexikon or something?

B. In Bezeichnung des Verstorbenen

a) Bezeichnung des Verstorbenen
(In the deceased's name)

Er erscheint als (Pakhet-Weret) die ihn fuhrt (ssm) (the s as a downward arrow above it)
(it appears as Pakhet-Weret, who leads him)

Auch Nnmt genannt [2, ahnlich 3]

I think this last one was the hardest. From what I can tell it involves Pakhet-Weret following the coffin? Or she is the coffin?



I also found this bit in another section relating to Pakhet.

D. Weitere Bezeichnungen:

a) Sie ist die Herrin des Speos Artemidos (Nbt-St). Der Speos Artemidos ist ihr Tempel des gehemien Wadis (int St3t) [capital S has arrow pointing down over it], die sie selbst ausgebrochen (st) hat.

(She is the Mistress of the Speos Artemidos. The Speos Artemidos is Her secret Temple of the Wadis, which she herself has errupted dressed/into existance(?).)


Thats all I have (other than mentions of sacred temple cats and apparently "Decendants of Pakhet" which involves the dead.. I think.

Sorry for such a long post. ^_^; It was quite a bit. And any help is severely welcomed. I don't really have a good grasp on trying to learn different languages, although I am trying! :)


Senebty, Moswen
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 21, 2009, 02:37:13 pm
Quote from: Moswen
I know there isn't Tanebet. I just thought I remembered reading that a couple of people on the forum had most of the LAGG translated, and was hoping someone could post the Pakhet parts.


The LAGG exists of 8 books with very small print and each book has around 800 pages...that's a lot to translate ;-)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 21, 2009, 03:40:05 pm
Here the edited version with some comments anmd additional Epithets

Pachet - The one who tears/rips

Functions
A) Name of Goddesses
a) As Lady of Speos Artemidos
B) Name of Goddesses in Rituals
1) Name of Mnt in a ritual (supporting the sky)  (Menet = the one who stays, a wife of Heru)
b) Name of Tefnut in a ritual scene (Wine, titel destroyed (=the hierogylphs have been destroyed)
C) Calendar
1) Both udjat eyes of Wesir are found on IV Akhet 20 ( 4th month of the season Akhet, day 20) . A 'Ibnn-bird emerges out of those eyes.. They are in a statue in the face of Pachet, who is called Nebet-Wbn
D) Other
1) She takes Her place between the eyebrows of the King and subjects the foreign people
2) She ios the oldest daughter (Sat weret) of Nsw-nhh (There are many Names with that title, like Ptah, Amun, Wesir, Djehuti, Heru,....)
3) The deceased sees her
4) Her mouth shall be shut

Pachet-Weret - The great Pachet (the one who tears/rips)

Iconography:
Lion-headed Goddesss with a sundisc on Her Head

Functions:
A) Name of Goddesses in rituals
a) name of Tefnut in a ritual (white and green fabric: mnht hdt mnht w3dt, beer (hnkt)
B) In relation to the deceased:
Name of the deceased:.  He appears as Pachet-Weret him who guides him. Called as well Nnmt)
C) In Titles
A Hemet-Netjer priestessof Pachet-Weret
D) Other
She is the Lady of Speos Artemidos. Speos Artemidos is the temple of teh secret Wadi which she quarried out herself

Pachet
A) Cosmos
1) Sky /Horizon
The Lady of the Sky
B) Topography
1) Locations
The Lady of Wbn (town in the 8th Upper Egyptian Nome)
The Lady of Speos Artemidos
2) Other
Who is amidst the Wadi
Who is amidst the holy place
C) Fauna/Flora
1) Animals
The seeing lioness
D) Physical Attributes
1) Body and Body Parts
The one with sharp eyes
The one with pointed claws
E) Social/material Position
1) As feared/violent Goddess
The one who butchers
The Lady of carnage
The great flame
The Lady of the torch
Who seizes the prey in the darkness
2) Other
Lady of the seeing ones
Mistress of the Gods
Who is above all Gods
F) Temple and cult
1) Holy objects
The bier
G) Identification with other Gods
The one with great magic (Weret-hwkau)


Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Moswen on August 21, 2009, 06:00:03 pm
Thank you Tanabet very much. :) I wasn't aware there were so many books in that series! Now I can understand what my translations were supposed to mean! *_*


Senebty, Moswen
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 22, 2009, 02:02:27 am
You are welcome
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Ta_Imu_Aset on April 27, 2010, 10:05:41 am
Quote from: Tahai


 asha renu



I have seen this one used for Iset too...
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Ta_Imu_Aset on April 27, 2010, 10:09:01 am
Quote from: Tanebet
Epithets of the Ra-Heru-Akhety

 


Holy crap! (I cut out all the epithets...but...holy crap!)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: NefretSeba on May 26, 2010, 02:08:05 am
Hello!

I was looking through the Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen: Register and started to translate the epithets of Ptah. I don't speak German, so I had to use an online translator. I was wondering if anyone could look over my start to see if I'm on the right track? It'd be much appreciated!

First line is the German, from the text
The second line in the translation received from the website(s)
And the last line is my interpretation of the translation, it's this that I am most unsure of.


der den Himmel und die Ende erschafft
of the sky and the end creates / that the sky and the ends creates
?

Der den Himmel Hochhebt
That the sky raises
(He) who raises the sky

der den Himmel mit seiner Hand erhebt
that the sky with its hand raises
(He) who raises the sky with His hands

der den Himmel Hochhebt und Re in ihm befestigt
that the sky raises and secures Re in it
(He) who raises the sky and secures Re

der den Himmel mit der Arbeit seiner beiden Arme erhebt
that the sky with the work both arms raises
(He) who raises the sky with both hands

der Große im Himmel
the large in the sky
?

der im Horizont Befehle erteilt
that in the horizon commands gives
(He) who gives the horizon commands

der Ba, der Herr des Himmels
the Ba, the gentleman of the sky
The Ba, the Lord of the sky

Der aus dem Horizont hervorkommt
That out of the horizon emerges
(He) who emerges out of the sky

Der die beiden Ufer des Himmels durchläuft
That both banks of the sky passes through
(Who) who passes through both banks of the sky

Der Herr des Himmels
The gentleman of the sky
The Lord of the sky

Der Herr des Himmels, des Wassers und der Berge
The gentleman of the sky, the water and the mountains
The Lord of the sky, the water and the mountains

Der Herr des Himmels, der Erde, des Wassers und der Berge
The gentleman of the sky, the earth, the water and the mountains
The Lord of the sky, the earth, the water and the mountains

Der den Himmel trägt
That the sky carries
(He) who carries the sky

Der Vorsteher des Horizontes der beiden Länder
The director of the horizon both countries
He to directs the horizon of the Two Lands

Der Vorsteher des Himmels
The director of the sky
same

Die Mumie des Horizonts
The mummy of the horizon
same

Der den Nun zum Himmel Aufspringen läßt
That that now to the sky jumping up lets
?

Der den Horizont geheimnisvoll macht
That the horizon mysteriously makes
(He) who mysteriously makes the horizon

Der seine Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut
That its sun disk go there lets at the body of that
?

Der Himmel und Erde erschafft
The sky and earth creates
(He) who creates the sky and earth

Der Vereinte im Horizont der beiden Länder
The united in the horizon both countries
(He) who unites the horizon of the Two Lands

_

Der Glänzende des Tages
The shining of the day
same

Die große sonnenscheibe
The Large Sun Disk
same

Die sonnenscheibe des Himmels
The sun disk of the sky
same

Der aufgebt als Re
That abandons as re
?

Der den Weg für das Licht öffnet
That the way for the light opens
(He) who opens the way for the light


Der das Licht erschafft
That the light creates
(He) who creates light

Der die Ufer erhellt
That the banks sheds light on
(He) who sheds light on the banks

Der die Rechit mit seinen beiden Augen erleuchtet
That that rakes with both eyes illuminated
(He) who sees with both eyes illuminated

Der leuchtet auf die Leichname derer, die in der Unterwelt sind
That illuminates on the corpses of those, that are in the underworld
(He) who illuminates the corpses of those that are in the underworld

Der die beiden Länder mit seinen Glanzaugen erhellt
That both countries with its brightness eyes sheds light on
?

Der die Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut
That the sun disk go there lets at the body of that Nut
? The sun disk that does though the body of Nut

--

der mond in der nacht
The moon in the night
same

--

Der den Himmel, die Erde, das Wasser und die Hügel erschafft
That the sky, that earth, that creates water and the hills
(He) who creates the sky, that earth, and the hills

Der den Nun Erschafft
That which Nun creates
He who Nun creates or He who created Nun

Der alle Länder, die Ufer und das Meer erschafft
That all countries that creates bank and the sea
(He) who creates all countries, banks and the sea

Der die Flut erschafft
That the flood creates
(He) who creates floods

Der das Wasser auf den Bergen hervorkommen läßt
Emerge lets that the water on the mountains
(He) who lets the water on the mountain emerge
--

Der die Erde in Memphis erschafft
That the earth in Memphis creates
(He) who creates the earth in/at Memphis

Der das Land auf seine Äcker gibt
That the country on its fields gives
(He) who gives fields to the country

Der die Erde formt
That the earth forms
(He) who forms the earth

Der Vorsteher des Landes
The director of the country
same

Der das Land am Leben erhält
That the country alive receives
?

Der den Erdboden befestigt
That the ground secures
(He) who secures the ground

Der das Land erschafft
That the country creates
(He) who creates the country

Der Stier der Erde
The bull of the earth
same

Der das Land mit dem, was aus ihm herauskommt gründet
That the country with that what establishes comes out out of it
?

Der den Erdboden ausbreitet
That the ground spreads
(He) who spreads the earth/ground

***********

That's all I have so far. As I said, I know no German, so any error corrections or tips to interpreting the translation would be very helpful and appreciated!

:)

Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on May 26, 2010, 04:39:42 am
Em hotep *henu*

here are my translations

der den Himmel und die Erde erschafft (I am sure this is supposed to mean Erde and not Ende)
Who creates the sky and the earth

Der den Himmel Hochhebt
Who raises the sky

Der den Himmel mit seiner Hand erhebt
Who raises the sky with His hand

der den Himmel Hochhebt und Re in ihm befestigt
Who raises the sky and secures Re in it

der den Himmel mit der Arbeit seiner beiden Arme erhebt
He who raises the sky with the work of his two arms

der Große im Himmel
The great one in the Sky

der im Horizont Befehle erteilt
Who gives commands in the horizon

der Ba, der Herr des Himmels
The Ba, the Lord of the sky

Der aus dem Horizont hervorkommt
Who emerges out of the horizons

Der die beiden Ufer des Himmels durchläuft
Who passes through both banks of the sky

Der Herr des Himmels
The Lord of the sky

Der Herr des Himmels, des Wassers und der Berge
The Lord of the sky, the water and the mountains

Der Herr des Himmels, der Erde, des Wassers und der Berge
The Lord of the sky, the earth, the water and the mountains

Der den Himmel trägt
Who supports the sky

Der Vorsteher des Horizontes der beiden Länder
The chief of the horizon of the two lands

Der Vorsteher des Himmels
The chief of the sky

Die Mumie des Horizonts
The mummy of the horizon

Der den Nun zum Himmel Aufspringen läßt
He who lets the Nun jump towards the sky

Der den Horizont geheimnisvoll macht
He who makes the horizon mysterious
(technically it could be He who makes the horizon mysterouisly, but I think the adjectiv belongs to the noun not the verb)

Der seine Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut
Who lets his sundisc travel along the body of Nut

Der Himmel und Erde erschafft
Who creates the sky and earth

Der Vereinte im Horizont der beiden Länder
The united one in the horizon of the Two Lands

Der Glänzende des Tages
The shining one of the day
same

Die große Sonnenscheibe
The Large Sun Disk

Die Sonnenscheibe des Himmels
The sun disk of the sky

Der aufgeht als Re  (I am sure this is supposed to mean aufgehen not aufgeben)
Who raises as Ra

Der den Weg für das Licht öffnet
Who opens the way for the light

Der das Licht erschafft
Who creates light

Der die Ufer erhellt
Who illuminates the banks

Der die Rechit mit seinen beiden Augen erleuchtet
Who illuminates the Rekhyt with his two eyes.


Der leuchtet auf die Leichname derer, die in der Unterwelt sind
Who shines on the corpses of those who are in the Duat

Der die beiden Länder mit seinen Glanzaugen erhellt
Who illuminates the two lands with his bright eyes

Der die Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut
Who lets his sun disc travel along the body of Nut

Der Mond in der nacht
The moon in the night


Der den Himmel, die Erde, das Wasser und die Hügel erschafft
Who creates the sky, that earth, and the hills

Der den Nun Erschafft
Who creates the Nun

Der alle Länder, die Ufer und das Meer erschafft
Who creates all countries, banks and the sea

Der die Flut erschafft
Who creates the flood

Der das Wasser auf den Bergen hervorkommen läßt
Who lets the water emerge on the mountains

Der die Erde in Memphis erschafft
Who creates the earth in Memphis

Der das Land auf seine Äcker gibt
Who gives the lands on his fields

Der die Erde formt
Who forms the earth

Der Vorsteher des Landes
The chief of the country

Der das Land am Leben erhält
Who keeps the land alive

Der den Erdboden befestigt
Who fastens the ground

Der das Land erschafft
Who creates the Land

Der Stier der Erde
The bull of the earth

Der das Land mit dem, was aus ihm herauskommt gründet
Who creates the land with what is emerging out of him

Der den Erdboden ausbreitet
Who spreads the ground

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on January 20, 2011, 01:51:26 pm
I was wondering if anyone can translate Wadjet's Titles and Epithets from Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen for me please. :)

Link (http://books.google.com/books?id=_rTPal0FRdwC&lpg=PA127&dq=Wadjet&pg=PA127#v=onepage&q=Wadjet&f=false)  
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shezatwepwawet on January 21, 2011, 07:11:49 am
Oh I would love to see this as well!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on January 21, 2011, 07:39:25 am
Ha....maybe I should offer this as fundraiser for the House.
Wadjet has 10 pages in the LAGG, which is A LOT. (To give you an idea how much that is go to page 6 of this entry and see the epithets for Ra-Heru-Akhety, that's 8 pages (and I think I didn't list many of the double epithets). That's nothing someone can do in just one afternoon
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shezatwepwawet on January 21, 2011, 01:17:34 pm
I actually just made my monthly donation a few days ago. What would you consider a reasonable cost as a fundraiser?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on January 21, 2011, 01:42:34 pm
No idea. That comment was more made in jest. So I never really thought about it. Which doesn't mean that I wouldn't do it. Every fundraiser is a good fundraiser. 1 $/page? More? Less?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shezatwepwawet on January 25, 2011, 06:49:14 pm
I'll do a $10 donation to the House if you'll translate the pages for Wadjet, sure.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on January 26, 2011, 01:19:03 am
OK, then I will start this weekend
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Ankhetbast on January 26, 2011, 11:21:04 am
Quote from: Tanebet
Riley, the LAGG (that's the book Taysat linked to, the full name is Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeuchnungen) has 4 pages with epithets of Bast.

  Bastet (http://books.google.de/books?id=_rTPal0FRdwC&pg=PA192&lpg=PA192&dq=Lexikon+der+%C3%A4gyptischen+G%C3%B6tter+und+G%C3%B6tterbezeichnungen+bastet&source=bl&ots=39K_WoIBRz&sig=urVbIm3pdWnfVCMDGuCASoIrp-E&hl=de&ei=Ap5sSuymEZG2mgOj2Nm8Aw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1)  


The pages wont display for me, and I don't speak a lick of German.  Would one of our native German speakers be willing to translate the Bast pages?  I would gladly send a donation (would $5-10 be reasonable for the 4 pages? If you'd prefer more, perhaps more than one of us could do a bit each.) to the House.  Pretty please?  :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on January 26, 2011, 12:04:10 pm
Em Hotep *henu*

sure, I can do Bast if no one else does. But the next few weekends will be filled with translating the epithets of Wadjet. So you have to be a bit patient
A $5-10 donation would be fine

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Ankhetbast on January 26, 2011, 12:08:47 pm
Understood and expected.  Thank you very much!  I'll let you know when I've mailed the donation.  :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 05, 2011, 01:20:24 pm
And here the Epithet's of Wadjet
(Thank you for the Donation Zat)

Wadjet

A Cosmo
1)   Sky/horizon
·   The one of the horizon
·   She who opens the sky and earth through her form
·   She who rises the sky
·   She who judges in the sky and on earth
·   Lady of the sky
·   Chief of the sky

2)   Sun (or moon)
·   She who creates the light
·   The sun goddess
·   She who raises at the head of Ra
·   She who appears in Buto
·   The fair one
·   Through She who Sema-Tawy shines in the evening
·   Lady of the rays
·   She who gives light at the site of darkness
·   She who gives light on earth at the place of darkness
·   She who cloaks the sun disc with her light
·   She who protects the king through sending her rays
·   She who dispels darkness
·   She who keeps her son alive with her light
·   She who illuminates the shores with her beauty
·   She who illuminates the Two Lands
·   She who lets the light arise
·   She who illuminates the faces
·   She who creates the rays
·   She who revolves the sun disc as uraeus
·   She who dispels the darkness in the faces

3)   Moon
·   The Moon in the night
·   She who glows in the darkness
·   She who glows in the night
·   She who illuminates the night as substitute of the sun disc during the day

4)   Stars
·   Mistress of the stars
7) Earth/World
·   She who opens the way of the earth
·   She who opens heaven and earth through her form
·   She who assigns life in the She whole country
·   She who judges in the sky and on earth
·   Mistress of the Earth
·   Lady of the Earth
·   She who gives light on earth at the place of darkness

B) Topography
1) Nomes
·   The Lady of the 18th Upper Egyptian Nome (or the capital Hardai)
·   She who brings up her son Heru in the 19th Lower Egyptian Nome
2) Locations
·   The one of Chemmis
·   The one of Chemmis in Chemmis
·   The perfect wet nurse in Chemmis
·   The wet nurse of Heru in Chemmis
·   The left eye on the throne of the Gods (=Edfu)
·   She who is in Behbeit-El-Hagar
·   The Butoic in Buto
·   The living one in Buto
·   She who lets Heru, She who is roaming through Chemmis, thrive and prosper
·   The unique one in Dendera
·   She who appears in Buto
·   The mighty one in Dendera
·   The mighty one in Hardai (18th Upper Egyptian Nome)
·   The one with the attached crown in the house of the bull (temple in Tod)
·   She who assigns life in Buto
·   She who assigns life in Pe and Dep
·   The Lower Egyptian queen in Chemmis
·   The one belonging to Buto
·   The one belonging to Pe and Dep (Buto)
·   The Ureaus in Buto
·   The lords of Chemmis
·   The Lady of Chemmis
·   The Lady of Heliopolis
·   The Lady of Buto
·   The Lady of Kom-El-Hisn
·   The Lady of Life in Buto
·   The Lady of Life of Buto
·   The Lady of Memphis
·   The Lady of Kom Ischqau
·   The Lady of Bubastis
·   The Lady of M3’w (unknown location)
·   The Lady of Mint (18th Lower Egyptian Nome?)
·   The Lady of the channel of the sanctuary on the throne in Tod
·   The Lady of Nbyt (location in Herakleopolites)
·   The Lady of Herakleopolites
·   The Lady of terror in the two lands and of the humans
·   The Lady of Elkab
·   The Lady of Dendera
·   The Lady of the House of effusion (location in the 18th Upper Egyptian Nome)
·   The Lady of Hardai
·   The Lady of XAbs (probably location near Memphis)
·   The Lady of XAst-haawt (location in the 19th Lower Egyptian Nome?)
·   The Lady of Letopolis
·   The Lady of Schashotep (location in the 11th Upper Egyptian Nome)
·   She who watches over her son Heru in Chemmis
·   The Lady of Pe and Dep
·   The Lady of the House of the bull (El Tod)
·   The great curly one in Buto
·   She who is amid of Abydos
·   She who is amid of Buto
·   She who is amid of Edfu
·   She who is mid of Bubastis
·   She who is amid of Kom Ombo
·   She who is amid of Hibis
·   She who is amid the Edfu of the Behedite
·   She who is amid of Hibis
·   She who is amid of XAbs (probably location near Memphis)
·   The Chief of Hibis
·   She who protects her Heru in Chemmis
·   She who protects her son in Chemmis
·   The Chief of Chemmis
·   The Chief of Dendera
·   The Chief of IrX (unknown location)
·   The Chief of Wnw
·   The Chief of the throne seat of Heru (=Edfu)
·   The  Chief of Buto
·   The Chief of Kom Ombo
·   The Chief of the House of the Great one of the bulls (unknown location)
·   The Chief of the House of Atum (=Bucheum)
·   The Chief of XAst-haawt (location in the 19th Lower Egyptian Nome?)
·   The Chief of Talmis (Kalabscha)
·   The protection of Heru in Chemmis
·   The protection of Heru inside of Chemmis
·   She who lets her offspring thrive and prosper in Chemmis
·   She who lets Heru thrive and prosper in Chemmis
·   She who lets Heru in Chemmis be sound
·   The Splendid one of Pe and Dep
·   The one belonging to the town of Buto
·   The great one belonging to Buto
·   The red crown of Edfu

3) Countries, Regions, People
·   She who lets the two lands thrive and prosper
·   She who lets the two lands thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets the two lands thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter of life
·   She who lets the two lands thrive and prosper with her perfection
·   She who separates the two lands
·   She who hurls her fiery breath at the Asians
·   She who assigns life in the two lands
·   The Lady of the two shores
·   The Lady of Punt
·   Lady of the Fenechu
·   Lady of the (place of) turquoise (Wadi Maghara and other places)
·   Lady of Lower Egypt
·   Lady of the Two Lands
·   Lady of the God’s Land
·   Lady of Dbnw (location south of Assiut)
·   She who drives away the Asians with the fiery breath of her mouth
·   Lady of Upper Egypt
·   She who is cheered by the Two Lands
·   The cobra of Heru in Lower Egypt
·   She who protects the Two Lands
·   Chief of Lower Egypt
·   Chief of the Throne in Nubia
·   Chief of Wadi Natrun
·   Chief of the Two lands
·   The one for She who the Fenechu go southwards with their wine
·   The protection of the son of Wesir in Lower Egypt
·   She who lets the two lands and the shores thrive and proper
·   She who lets the two lands become green with the papyrus scepter
·   She who illuminates the two lands
·   She who controls the two lands

5)   Sancutaries
·   She who endows the temple with her odoriferousness
·   The Unique One in the Lower Egyptian Sanctuary
·   The Great One in the pr-wr
·   She who assigns the life in Dendera
·   She who assigns the life in the per-nsr (Lower Egyptian sanctuary)
·   The Lower Egyptian queen in the pr-nsr sanctuary
·   She who floods the house of her father with her perfection
·   The one belonging to the papyrus, the chief of the houses of the red crown
·   The northern sanctuary of Sais (= personification of the sanctuary)
·   She who protects her father on the Island of Fury (=Edfu)
·   Lady of the Palace
·   Lady of the Upper Egyptian God’s palace
·   Lady of the pr-wr
·   Lady of the house of the Wet Nurse
·   Lady of the pr-nu (Lower Egyptian sanctuary)
·   Lady of the Lower Egyptian sanctuary
·   Lady of the channel of the sanctuary on the throne in Tod
·   Lady of the Step in the pr-wr sanctuaty
·   Lady of the Chapels
·   She who watches over Schentait’s House
·   The beautiful girl in the House of the Wet Nurse
·   Lady of the Great House (Upper Egyptian sanctuary)
·   Lady of the House of the Flame (Lower Egyptian sanctuary)
·   She who is amid the Great House
·   She who is amid the House on Month
·   She who is amid the pr-nw
·   She who is amid the palace
·   She who is in the House of the Flame
·   She who is amid the temple of Sethos I
·   The cobra of the Lower Egyptian Sanctuary
·   The ruler of the pr-nsr
·   She who protects the pillar in his great palace
·   The protector of “with comfortable life” (=Edfu)
·   She who executes the enemy in front of the sanctuary
·   Chief of the sanctuaries of Lower Egypt
·   Chief of the Wadjet’s House
·   Chief of the pr-wr
·   Chief of the House of the Creation of Heru (unknown location)
·   Chief of the House of the Wet Nurse
·   Chief of the pr-nw
·   Chief of the pr-nsr
·   Chief of “with comfortable life” (=Edfu)
·   Chief of Ihi’s house
·   Chief of the House of the Flame (probably identical with pr-nsr)
·    Chief of the House of the Sistrum
·   Chief of the House of Qusae
·   Chief of Hwt-KrHt (sanctuary in the 8th Lower Egyptian Nome)
·   Chief of the great throne
·   Chief of the beautiful throne seat
·   Chief of the tent
·   Chief of Crocodipolis
·   She who lets the Ba of Wesir be save and sound in his house
·   The wise one in the house of the masculine (temple in Tod or Armant)
·   She who satisfies Wesir in Abaton
·   The brilliant and mighty one in Wadjet’s house
5) Bodies of Water
 Lady of the Isheru waters
The Lady of the canal of the sanctuary on her throne in Tod
She who is amid the canal of the sanctuary

6) Directions
Lady of the south
She who compasses the West

7) Necropolis
Lady of sight in the necropolis
Chief of Hrst (Necropolis of Hermopolis)

8) other
She who reaches the limits of every land
She who hurls her fiery breath against all foreigners
The place of her lake
She who saves Heru in the marsh
Lady of each land
She who fends off the evil one at the mouth of the way
She who illuminates the shores with her beauty
She who raises her son Heru in the papyrus swamps
She for She who the deserts are united  as servants

C) Fauna and Flora
1) Animals
The female winged scarab
The falcon-gentle
The great falcon-gentle
The divine falcon-gentle
She who emerges as falcon-gentle
Lady of the milk cows
The brilliant snake
The KrHt snake

2) Plants
She who belongs to the papyrus
She who belongs to the papyrus,  the Chief of the Houses of the Red Crown
Lady of the papyrus
Chief of the marsh plant

D) Vegetation
2) Fields and crops
The Eye of Ra on the fields
Lady of the field

E) Development
2) Creator/Mother Goddess
She who lets the light come into being
She who creates the rays

3) Child
The girl
The big girl
The beautiful girl in the House of the Wet Nurse
The two beautiful girls

4) Ages Goddess
The old one
F) Life/Death
2) Regeneration/resurrection
She who regenerates her Heru as Yinepu

3) other
The one with lively glow
The one with fresh vital force
Lady of Life
Lady of Life in Buto
Lady of Life of Buto

G) Character
3) Prudence a.o.
The felicitous one
The one of perfect character
The wise one in the House of the masculine (Temple of Tod or Armant)

H) Physical Attributes
1) Personal Strength
She whose arm cannot be fend off

2) Celerity and Agility
Lady of swimming
Lady of the step in the pr-wr sanctuary
She who encircles the sun disc as ureaus

5) Body and Body parts
The one of many colours
The sound one
The viridity of His Majesty
She who spreads the hands (=wings)
The one of turquoise appearance
The one with felicitous arms
On her head nothing will be seen
No other god will loop on her head
Lady of the neck
The one with perfect face
The one with pleasant scent
The woman She who is a man
Lady of sight in the necropolis
The great curly one in Buto
The curly one of Ra
She who extends her arms behind the protector
She who raises her wings above the lord of protection
She who raises her wings above the lord of the wings
The one with raised hands
The one with glowing skin
She who spreads her wings over the lord of protection
The great red one
The one with august two fingers (=poison fang?)

I) Other Attributes
2) Clothes and Jewellery
Lady of the Amulet
Lady of the Jewellery
The adorned one

J) Crown Godess (and Cobra)
The magnificent one
The useful one
The burning one
The burning one of Atum
The felicitous Lower Egyptian (left) Crown Goddess
The Lower Egyptian (left) Crown Goddess at the head of…
The  Lower Egyptian (left) Crown Goddess at the head of
 Atum
 Lower Egyptian (left) Crown Goddess of Atum
The Cobra
The living Cobra
The Cobra of the one She who shines as gold
The Lower Egyptian Cobra
The Cobra of Heru
The magnificent Cobra
The two Cobras
The unique one on the head of the one She who created her
She who raises on the head of Ra
The Lower Egyptian Werethekau  in the parting of Ra
Name of the Cobra
The Great One in the parting of the All-Lord
Cobra of the one She who created her
Cobra of the Lower Egyptian King
She who fills the head of the Great God with her magnificent things
She who fills the head of her son with the magnificent things in front of her
The Lower Egyptian Crown
The Ureaus
The Left Ureaus of the divine winged scarab
The left Ureaus of Ra
The Ureaus of her Father
The great Ureaus
The great Ureaus at the head of Ra
The Ureaus of the falcon of the Golden One
The Ureaus of Ra
The Ureaus of Heru
The Ureaus of Harachte
The Ureaus of the great Heru
The Ureaus in Buto
The dignified Ureaus
The magnificent Ureaus of Atum
The Ureaus on the head of the Ruler
The Ureaus on the head of the Ennead
The Ureaus at the head of her lord
The Ureaus at the head of each God
The Ureaus at the head of every God
The Ureaus at the head of all Gods
The Ureaus at the head of the Goddesses
The Ureaus at the head of the ancestors
The Ureaus of her ancestor
The Ureaus at the head of which created her
The Ureaus of Atum
She who is on the parting of Amun in the m’nDt barque
The Lower Egyptian crown
The Cobra
The Cobra of the horizontic one
The cobra of She who created her
The cobra of her father
The great cobra
The cobra of the Lower Egyptian Sanctuary
The cobra of each God
The Chief/Cobra of all Gofd
The Cobra of Ra-Harachte
The Cobra of Heru
The Cobra of Heru in Lower Egypt
The Cobra at the head of all Gods
The Cobra of She who created her
The Cobra at the head of Harachte
The Cobra at the head of Atum
The Cobra of Atum
The chief of her seat at the parting of her Father
The adorned one at the parting of the Ennead
The adorned one at the head of the All-Lord
The adorned one  at the head of the God
The adorned one at the head of each God
She who adornes the head of Heru of the East
The leading one
The great leader
The leader of Atum
She who crowns the forehead of the child
She who grasps the head of the one She who created her
The Cobra of Behedty
The Cobra of Ra
She who encircles the sundisc as ureaus
The red crown
The red crown of Edfu

K) Eye Goddess
The radiant eye
The left of of the winged sun disc
The left eye of Behedety
The left eye at the throne of the Gods (=Edfu)
The left eye of Ra
The left eye of Ra in the night
The left eye of Heru
The left eye of Atum
The left eye of Atum in the night
The left eye
The eye of Ra
The eye of Ra on the fields
The Heru eye
The eye of Atum
The right eye of Behedety
The Udjat

I) Elements of a person (Ba, Ka, etc.)
Her Bas will be found
The one with shielded Ba
For her Ka men and women will beat the time

M) As acting God
1) As caring, giving, sacrificing Goddess
She who endows the temple with her odoriferousness
She who gives the ancestors the riw fabric
She who dresses the God
She who endows Heru with the Garden of Ra
She who effectuates the years for the lord of the two lands

2) As punishing Goddess
She who burns the rebel with the flame
 She who burns the enemies of her father
She who burns the enemies with her fiery breath
She who burns the enemies at the bow of the barque of Ra
She who hurls her fiery breath at all enemies
She who hurls her fiery breath into the Asians
She who sends her fiery breath against the enemies of the prince of the White Crown
She who burns the rebel
She who burns the enemy of her father and her son
She who burns Seth with her fiery breath
She who executes the enemy in front of the sanctuaries
She who lets for herself the passing one turn into ashes
She who brings about the enemies’ downfall
She who brings about the downfall of her father Ra’s enemy
She who misleads the hearts of the rebels
She who binds the enemies

3) As helping/beneficent God
One lives through her sight
She who assigns life
She who assigns life to the living
She who assigns life in Dendera
She who assigns life to the falcon of the Golden One
She who assigns Life in Buto
She who assigns Life in e and Dep
She who assigns life in pr-nsr (Lower Egyptian sanctuary)
She who assigns the life of the Neheh Lord
She who assigns life to every face (=every human)
She who assigns life in the She whole land
She who assigns life in the two lands
She who assigns everybody’s life
She who gives Life, Health, Durability and Strength
She who puts rejoicing into the Morning Barque
She who keeps the Gods alive with her brilliant things
She who keeps her son alive with her light
She who magnifies His Majesty in front of the Ennead
She who leads the Gods
The leader of the humans
She who leads Sokar

4) As protecting Goddess
·   She who causes the prosperity of her Heru
·   She who causes the protection of the child
·   She who causes the protection of her son Heru
·   She who causes the protection of the son of Wesir
·   She who causes the protection of her child
·   She who causes her protection
·   She who causes the protection for her child
·   She who causes the protection of the child in his nest
·   She who causes the protection of her son Heru with the papyrus scepter
·   She who causes the protection for her son against his enemies
·   She who protects the falcon of the Golden One
·   She who protects her father on the island of rage (=Edfu)
·   She who protects the God’s mother
·   She who protects for herself the God and his heritage
·   She who protects Heru
·   She who protects her son in the inside of his nest
·   The Lady of protection
·   The Lady of protection behind Ra
·   She who protects the Gods with their heritage
·   She who saves Heru in the papyrus marches
·   She who saves Ra
·   She who saves her Heru
·   The protector of Ra
·   She who drives away the Asians with the fiery breath of her mouth
·   She who protects the king with the sending of her rays
·   She who protects Heru
·   The protecting one
·   She who protects the pillar in his great pillar
·   She who protects who is with great justification
·   She who protects the Lower Egyptian king
·   She who protects the Gold Falcon
·   She who protects the God
·   She protects the God with his heritage
·   She who protects the God with his son
·   She who protects the Gods
·   The protector of “with comfortable life” (=Edfu)
·   She who protects her Heru
·   She who protects her Heru in Chemmis
·   She who protects her son
·   She who protects her son in Chemmis
·   She who protects her son Heru with her papyrus scepter
·   She who protects her son Heru in his nest
·   She who protects who created her
·   She who protects the Two Lands
·   The protection of Heru in Chemmis
·   The protection of Heru inside of Chemmis
·   The protection of her son
·   The protection of the son of Wesir in Lower Egypt
·   The protection of the one with speckled plumage
·   She who lets Wesir be safe and sound
·   She who ,lets the Ba of Wesir be safe and sound in his house
·   She who lets Heru be sound
·   She who lets Heru in Chemmis be sound
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound in Buto with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound in his youth
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound in his nest
·   She who lets her son be safe and sound
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound with her papyrus scepter
·   She who extends her arms behind the protector
·   She who drives away the enemy from the place where he resides
·   She who fends of the evil one at the mouth of the way
·   She who raises her wings above the lord of protection
·   She who raises her wings above the lord of wings
·   She who extends her arms to protect her Heru
·   She who spreads her wings above the Lord of protection
·   She who drives off the enemies of the falcon

6)   As glad Goddess
·   Lady of joy

9) As praising/music making Goddess
·   Lady of Dance
·   Lady of the song of jubilance
·   She who is praised by the Golden One

10) Other
·   She who enters into the one who separates the two hills
·   She who leads (her own) security
·   She who extols the king in front of his brothers

N) As Receiver
1) Receiver of Praise
·   The one about who her lord cheers
·   Who her Ka men and women are beating time
2) Receiver of offerings and other things
·   The one to who the Fenechu are coming with their dues
·   Lady of the offerings
·   For who the Fenechu are bringing their wine southwards

O) Lordship
1) Titles
·   The sovereign
·   The Lower Egyptian Queen
·   The Lower Egyptian Queen in Chemmis
·   The Lower Egyptian Queen in the pr-nsr sanctuary
·   The Lower Egyptian Queen in the nome of Heru
·   The sovereign of the pr-nsr sanctuary

4) Handing over sovereignty
·   She who lifts her son on the throne of his father


7)   Crowns
·   The one with the fitted crown in the House of the
Bull (Temple in Tod)
·   Lady of the wrrt crown
·   Lady of the Lower Egyptian Crown
·   Lady of the Red Crown

8)   Throne
·   The Lady of the canal of the sanctuary on her throne in Tod
·   Lady of the Throne
·   She  who is on her throne
·   She who is above the great throne seat
·   The Chief of the throne ion Nubia
·   She with dignified Seat
·   She with dignified seat in her…

9)   Other insignia
·   She who lets the Gods thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets Heru thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets the two lands thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   Lady of the papyrus scepter
·   She who protects her son Heru with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets her son thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   Who lets the two lands become green with her papyrus scepter
·   Who lets Heru be safe and sound with Buto with her papyrus scepter
·   Who lets her son Heru be safe and sound with her papyrus scepter

P) Family
1) Relationships
·   She who causes the protection for her son Heru
·   She who causes the protection for her child
·   She who causes the protection for her son
·   She who causes the protection of her son against his enemies
·   The unique one on the head of who created her
·   Who burns the enemies of her father
·   The one with great popularity in the heart of her father
·   Who rebirths her son Heru
·   The cobra of who created her
·   Mother of God
·   God’s mother of the Gold Falcon
·   God’s mother of the falcon of the Golden One
·   God’s Mother of all Gods
·   Mother of every God
·   Mother of Heru
·   She who raises her son
·   She who raises her son Heru on her papyrus
·   The intimate of her brother
·   She who fills the head of her son with the magnificent things in front of her
·   The ureaus of her father
·   The ureaus on the head of who created her
·   She who protects her father on the island of rage (=Edfu)
·   She who protects her son inside of his nest
·   She who burns the enemy of her father and her son
·   She who raises her son to be the king of Upper and Lower Egypt
·   She who raises her son Heru in the 19th Lower Egyptian Nome
·   She who watches over her son Heru in Chemmis
·   The cobra of her father
·   The cobra of who created her
·   She whose son jubilates over life
·   She who protects her son
·   She who protects her son Heru
·   She who protects her son Heru in Chemmis
·   She who protects Heru with her Papyrus scepter
·   She who protects her son Heru in his nest
·   She who protects who created her
·   Chief of her seat on the parting of her father
·   Daughter of Ra
·   Protector of her son
·   She who keeps her son alive with her light
·   She who lets her offspring thrive and prosper in Chemmis
·   She who lets her son thrive and prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets her son be safe and sound
·   She who lets her son Heru be safe and sound with her papyrus scepter
·   Sister of the Gods
·   The two sisters
·   The sisters
·   She who brings the downfall of the enemy of her father Ra
·   She who raises her son Heru in the papyrus marches
·   She who extols her son on the throne of his Father

2) Family Status
The God’s Wife of the eldest son

R) Social/Material Position
1) As beloved/satisfied Goddess
·   The Desired One of the Behedety
·   The one with great popularity in the heart of her father
·   The very popular one
·   The one about whose view the humans are happy
·   The one about whose view the Gods cheer
·   The one about whose view the humans cheer
·   She who is hailed by the two lands

2) As esteemed/respected goddess
·   She who is more felicitous as the Ennead
·   The Great One
·   The great (greatest) Goddess
·   The precious and mighty one

3) As unique/hidden Goddess
·   She who is hiding inside her pupil
·   The unique one
·   The unique one (f) of the unique one (m)
·   The unique one in the Lower Egyptian Sanctuary
·   The unique one in Dendera
·   She who is beyond competition
·   She who is rivaled by no God
·   The secret one

4) As perfect/excellent Goddess
·   She who floods the house of her Father with perfection

5)   As feared/violent goddess
·   The burning one
·   To who you cannot ascend
·   There is nothing like her defense in heaven and on earth
·   The ones with great flame in the body of Seth
·   The one with great flame
·   The blazing one
·   The one with great fertility
·   She who sends the fire
·   Lady of fire
·   Lady of the flame
·   Lady of terror
·   Lady of terror in the hearts of the people
·   Lady of terror in the great barque
·   Lady of terror on the Two Lands and with the people
·   Lady of the fiery breath
·   Lady of fear
·   Tongue of the flame
·   The fiery one
·   The flaming one
·   The flame in her moment
·   The great flame
·   The fiery breath
·   She who puts her terror among the ones with a twisted heart
·   Lady of the knife demons
·   She of who the ennead is afraid of

6)   As mighty/successful goddess
·   The mighty one

8)   Misc. social/material position
·   Lady of goods
·   Lady of Rechit
·   The mistress
·   The mistress of the nbty Goddesses with both sistra
·   Mistress of the Gods
·   Mistress of all Gods
·   Mistress of Rechnit
·   Mistress of women
·   Mistress of princes
·   Mistress of (divine) powers in the year of fear
·   Chief of the Gods
·   The Oldest One

9)   Relationships to other Gods
·   The Desired One of Behedety
·   The Burning One of Atum
·   The wet nurse of the one with great justification
·   The perfect wet nurse of the one with great justification
·   The perfect wet nurse of the golden falcon
·   The wet nurse of Heru in Chemmis
·   The left eye of the Winged Sun Disc
·   The left eye of Behedety
·   The left eye of Ra
·   The left eye of Ra in the night
·   The left eye of Heru
·   The left eye of Atum
·   The left eye of Atum in the night
·   The excellent Lower Egyptian (=left) Crown Goddess of Atum
·   The Lower Egyptian (left) Crown Goddess at the head of Atum
·    The Lower Egyptian (=left) Crown Goddess of Atum
·   The Cobra of who glows like gold
·   The cobra of Heru
·   She who is assigned to Sobek of Crocodopolis and Heru who is amid Crocodopolis
·   The left eye of Atum
·   The Eye of Ra
·   The Eye of Ra on the fields
·   The Eye of Heru
·   The Eye of Atum
·   She who causes the prosperity of her Heru
·   She who causes the protection of the Son of Wesir
·   She who causes the protection of the child in his nest
·   She with great flame in the body of Seth
·   She with many years for the Son of Wesir
·   She who lets Heru prosper with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets Heru prosper as the one who is roaming through Chemmis
·   She who rises at the head of Ra
·   The right eye of Behedety
·   The great one at the parting of the All-Lord
·   The Werethekau of the one with great justification
·   The Werethekau of the one glowing like gold
·   The Lower Egyptian Werethekau
·   She who send her fiery breath against the enemies of the prince of the white crown
·   She assigns life to Yinepu with her milk
·   She who assigns life to the Lord of the Neheh-time
·   She who protects the falcon of the Golden One
·   She who is nursing Heru with her milk
·   The cobra of who is glowing like gold
·   Through her SmA-TAwy glows in the evening
·   The wet nurse of her Heru
·   She who fills the head of the great God with her splendid things
·   The left ureaus of the divine winged scarab
·   The left ureaus of the one glowing like gold
·   The left ureaus of Ra
·   The great ureaus at the head of Ra
·   The ureaus of the falcon of the Golden One
·   The ureaus of Ra
·   The ureaus of Heru
·   The ureaus of Harachte
·   The ureaus of the great Heru
·   The ureaus on the head of the ruler
·   The ureaus at the head of her lord
·   The ureaus of her ancestor
·   The ureaus of Atum
·   She who protects the God’s mother
·   She who protects Heru
·   She who belongs to the Lord of Thebes
·   The Lady of protection behind Ra
·   She who saves Heru in the marches
·   She who burns Seth with her fiery breath
·   She who saves Ra
·   She who saves her Heru
·   The protector of Ra
·   She who nourishes Heru on his diaper
·   She who watches over holrus
·   She with alert head above her Heru
·   The body of Chepre
·   She who protects Heru
·   The curled one on the parting of Atum in the manDt barque
·   The great superior one of who revenges his father
·   The chief of her lord
·   The cobra of the horizontical one
·   The cobra of Ra
·   The cobra of Ra-Harachte
·   The cobra of Heru
·   The cobra of Heru in Lower Egypt
·   The cobra at the head of Harachte
·   The cobra at the head of Atum
·   The cobra of Atum
·   She who fits Heru with the Garden (?) of Ra
·   She who protects the pillar in his great palace
·   She who protects the one with great justification
·   She who protects the Gold Falcon
·   She who protects her Heru
·   She who protects her Heru in Chemmis
·   The perfect wet nurse of the excellent child
·   The wet  urse of the one with great justification
·   The protection of Heru in Chemmis
·   The protection of Heru inside of Chemmis
·   The protection of the son of Wesir in Lower Egypt
·   The protection of the one with Speckled Plumage
·   She who is praised by the Golden one
·   She who lets Heru prosper in Chemmis
·   She who lets Orisis be sound
·   She who lets the Ba of Wesir be sound in his house
·   She who lets Heru be sound
·   She who lets Heru in Chemmis be sound
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound in Buto with her papyrus scepter
·   She who lets Heru be safe and sound in his youth
·   She who rejuvenates her Heru as Yinepu
·   She who pacifies the Eye of Heru with her milk
·   She who satisfies Wesir in the Abaton
·   She with whom the Lord appears
·   The guide (snake) of Atum
·   She who raises the falcon
·   She who rises her wings above the Lord of Protection
·   She who rises her wings above the Lord of Wings
·   The cobra of Behedety
·   The cobra of Ra
·   She who is praised by the Golden One
·   She who extends her arms to protect her Heru
·   She who spreads her wings above the Lord of protection


S) Functions
1) Wet Nurse
·   The wet nurse of who is with great justification
·   The wet nurse of the splendid child
·   The perfect wet nurse
·   The perfect nurse of who is with great justification
·   The perfect wet nurse of the golden falcon
·   The perfect wet nurse in Chemmis
·   The wet nurse of Heru in Chemmis
·   She who assigns life to Yinepu with her milk
·   She who nurses Heru with milk
·   She who raises her son
·   She who raises her son Heru on her papyrus
·   The wet nurse
·   The wet nurse of her Heru
·   She who nourishes Heru on his diaper
·   She who raises her son to be the king of Upper and Lower Egypt
·   She who raises her son Heru in the 19th Lower Egyptian Nome
·   The great wet nurse
·   The perfect wet nurse of the excellent child
·   She who nurses her son with milk
·   She who raises her son in the papyrus marches
·   She who raises the falcon

3) Judge
·   She who judges on earth and in heaven

4) Watcher
·   She who watches over the House of Schentait
·   She who watches over Heru
·   She with alert face
·   She who watches over her son Heru in chemmis
·   She with alert head above Heru

7)   Other
·   She who clothes the God with what she created
·   She who clothes the gods with her perfection
·   She who makes the Goddesses excellent with her cloth

T) Cult
1) Rite
·   The Lady of Myrhh
·   The Lady of all odorous substances

4) Barques and other ships
·   She who burns the enemies of Ra on the bow of the barque
·   The Lady of Terror in the great barque
·   She who puts rejoicing into the morning barque
·   The curled one on the parting of Atum in the manDt barque
·   She who is  on the parting of Atum in the manDt barque

5) Holy Objects
·   She who causes the protection of Heru with her papyrus scepter
·   Lade of the stele
·   The mistress of the nbty Goddessess with both sistra
·   She who is on her papyrus pillar




U) Cult of the Dead
2)   Burial/Grave/Coffin
·   The precious mummy (=Wesir) beautified with divine plants

V) Food
·   The Mistress of Food
·   She who appeases the Eye of Heru with Milk
·   She for whom one opened the hbnt-, qby- and Tab-jar are opened

W) Time and time of day
·   The left eye of Ra in the  night
·   The left eye in the night
·   The left eye of Atum in the night
·   The moon in the night
·   She with many years for the son Heru
·   She who glows in the night
·   Lady of the Dt-time
·   The flame in her moment
·   The Lady of the divine powers in the year of fear
·   She who illuminates the night as substitute of the sun disc on the day

X) Identification with other Gods
·   Unut
·   Unut of Lower Egypt
·   Unut of Upper Egypt
·   She with great magic
·   The Weretkau of the one with great justification
·   Weretkau of the one who glows as gold
·   The Lower Egyptian Weretkau
·   The Lower Egyptian Weretkau at the parting of Ra
·   Bat (Goddess of the 7th Upper Egyptian Nome)
·   Bast the Great
·   Mut
·   Menhyt
·   Nekhbet
·   The female Heru-Ra
·   Serqet the Great
·   Tait
·   Temet
·   Temet of Atum

Y) Misc.
·   Lady of Lapis lazuli, Turquoise and Faience
·   The Goddes
·   The Two Goddesses
·   Lady in the Bones



Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on February 05, 2011, 11:02:56 pm
WOW! Thank you so much Tanebet and Zat. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shezatwepwawet on February 06, 2011, 09:04:25 am
Thank you again Tanebet.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tarytenyinepu on February 17, 2011, 10:47:28 am
I read through (skimmed over) this forum and I didn't see any epithets of Yinepu or Wepwawet. Did I run past them or have they not been translated as of yet?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on February 17, 2011, 12:43:50 pm
I've translated Wepwawet's, they're on my LJ. :)

Epithet List (http://nefersedt.livejournal.com/36719.html)

Iconography/Function List (http://nefersedt.livejournal.com/37718.html)

I'll probably do Anubis' lists at some point, I have the pages saved out of google as images, just a matter of finding the time to do them.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Deswy on February 28, 2011, 10:34:15 am
ok.  Wepwawet:

  Neb-Ta-Djeser (Lord of the Sacred Land)
  Khenty-Seh-Netjer (Presiding Over the God's Pavilion)
  Tepy-Dju-Ef (He Who Is Upon the Mountain)
  Great Westerner
  Weigher of the Hearts and Souls of Men Against the
        of Ma'at
  Chief of the Westernersy
  Jackal Ruler of the Bows
                   and last but not least,
  He Who Is In the Place of Emblaming
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on February 28, 2011, 10:36:22 am
I think you mean Inpw, not Wepwawet for those. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Deswy on February 28, 2011, 02:30:44 pm
No, actually for Wepwawet...Anubis.  OH, also Father of Magick.  It varies on where you look.  I could be wrong...these are what I've come up with.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on February 28, 2011, 02:39:38 pm
Trust me, those aren't Wepwawet's epithets. While there may be some who feel that Wepwawet and Anubis/Inpw are the same entity, it doesn't do anybody any good to mix up epithets which are very specific to a particular deity. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sedjemes on February 28, 2011, 03:13:26 pm
Hotep!

It can always help if one provides the source (if at all possible) from where one acquires information. That way many folks can look for themselves.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 28, 2011, 03:39:38 pm
Em Hotep

I checked the entries in the LAGG and all those epithets are for Yinepu

Neb-tA-Dsr however is attested as well for Wepwawet

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on February 28, 2011, 03:50:03 pm
Quote from: Tanebet
Neb-tA-Dsr however is attested as well for Wepwawet


Yes, that one is shared. But the group of epithets as given by the other poster belong distinctly to Anubis. ^_^
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on February 28, 2011, 03:52:13 pm
Quote from: Bezenwepwy

Yes, that one is shared. But the group of epithets as given by the other poster belong distinctly to Anubis. ^_^


That's what the LAGG said   ;)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Deswy on February 28, 2011, 09:23:20 pm
Thank you for clearing that up.  My bad.  Sorry...mistake noted.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Deswy on February 28, 2011, 09:27:47 pm
Okkkkayyyyy then.  Please clarify the difference between the three...I thought it depended on the dynasty...I've got different information from different areas, on the web and in other references ( books)....all input would be greatly acknowledged and appreciated.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on March 24, 2011, 12:00:01 pm
I can't find any Epithets or Titles for Serqet and Khepera in the LAGG.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on March 24, 2011, 12:56:30 pm
Hotep Taysat

try Selket for Serqet, her Epithets starts on page 653 in volume 8
and Chepre for Khepera, the epithets start on page 572 in volume 8

Senebty
Tanebet

Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 11, 2011, 02:51:56 pm
Epithets for Heruakhety

A)   Cosmos
1) Sky/Horizon
He who is in the sky
He who rises the sky for His Ba
He who rises in the horizon
He who rises in the lower sky
He who illuminates the sky
He who emerges out of the horizon
He who emerges out of heaven and out of earth
He who crosses the sky with incense and myrrh
Ruler of heaven
He who sets in the Western horizon
He who appears in the horizon
He who drifts in both of His skies
He who moves in the sky
He who cruises the sky in the evening barque
He who crosses the sky
He who crosses the sky every day
2) Sun
He who creates the light
He who creates the light after the darkness
The winged sun disc
In His rays lies life
The rising one
He who rises in the horizon
He who rises in the Eastern horizon
He who rises in the Eastern mountains
He who rises in the lower horizon
He who illuminates for himself the Two Lands with His bright light
He who illuminates the sky
He who illuminates earth with gold dust
He who crosses the faces
He who shines in the horizon of the sky
He with bright radiance
He who shines on the earth
Lord of the rays
He who sets in the Western sky
He who dispels darkness on the whole earth
Whose eyes illuminate tHis land
He who illuminates the Two Lands
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His bright eyes
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His beauty
He who dispreads darkness above the Two Lands
The light on every path
The sunlight/Shu which/who is in the sun disc

4) Stars
Chief of the unperishable ones

5) Wind
He who gives air to the one in His egg

6) Water
He who emerges out of the primeval water
He who emerges out of the Nun

7) Earth/World
He who creates Earth
He who illuminates Earth with gold dust
He who emerges out of the sky and out of the earth
He who crosses the land in the moment
He who shines on earth
Lord of Earth
King of sky and earth
He who dispels darkness on the whole earth
He who dispreads darkness above the Two Lands

8) Underworld
He who crosses the Duat
Ruler of the Duat
He who gives praise to the one in the Duat

B) Topography

2) Locations
He who is in Snwt (location in the the 9th? Upper Egyptian Nome)
The Agathodaimon in Dendera
Lord of Abydos
Lord of Dendera
Lord of Heliopolis
Lord of the Two Lands and Heliopolis
He who is amid of Dendera
He who is amid of Kom Ombo
Chief of Dendera
Chief of Edfu
The divine snake in Dendera
He who unites with Edfu
3) Countries, regions and people
He who illuminates the Two Lands for himself with His bright light
The Lord of the Two Lands and Heliopolis
The Chief of the Two Lands
He who protects Egypt in His Morning Barque
He whose rays illuminate Egypt
He who illuminates the Two Lands
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His bright eyes
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His eyes
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His beauty
He who sprinkles the Two Lands with white gold

4) Sanctuaries
 He who is in his shrine
The Lord of the great house
He who protects His son in the house of Sokar
He who is amid the  temple of Sethos I (Abydos temple)
Chief of the throne
Chief of the house of the splendid one
Chief of his sanctuary

6) Directions
He who enters the west in the evening
He who rises in the Eastern horizon
He who rises in the Eastern mountains
The Eastern Heru
Chief of the Eastern mountains

7) Necropolis
Chief of the realm of the dead

8) Other
The light on every path

C)   Fauna/Flora
1)   Animals
The divine winged scarab
The agathodaimon in Dendera
The great falcon
The snake
The divine snake in Dendera
The one with speckled plumage
The falcon

D)   Vegetation
1)   Flood
He who brings the flood
He who brings the flood at his time

E)   Development
1)   Primeval God
The Father of the Fathers of all Gods
He who creates himself
The primeval one
He who creates himself every day
He who births himself every day
He who comes into existence in the beginning
He who emerges from himself
2)   Creator/Mother Goddess
He who creates the Ennead
He who creates humankind
He who creates the gods
He who lets humankind emerge out of his eyes

3)   Child
The gorgeous youngling
The divine youngling
The adorned youngling

G)   Intellectual Attributes
2) Moral/Law
He who lives of Ma’at
He who is satisfied with Ma’at

H)   Physical Attributes
1)   Personal strength
He for whom there is no exhaustion
He with great power
He with fighting arm
He with mighty power

2)   Velocity/Agility
He who crosses the land in a moment
He with outstretched step
He who turns around during his walk
He with hasted course

5)   Body and body parts
He who judges millions with his beautiful face
He whose right eye is the day
He with beautiful face
He with festive adorned eyes
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His bright eyes
He who illuminates the Two Lands with His eyes
He who lets humankind emerge out of his eyes
He whose body is more august than the Gods
The masculine one
He whose face is bright

L) Ba, Ka etc.
He who raises the sky for his Ba
The living Ba
He who keeps humankind alive with his Ka

M) As acting Diety
1) as giving/supplying God
He who creates the demand of the small animals in the desert and the birds in the sky
He who creates the demand of the mice in their holes
He who nourishes himself
He who gives offerings to the Akhu

2)   as punishing God
He who commits a massacre against the enemies
He who cuts the heads of the children of the weak ones
He who throws down the punished one

3)   as helping God
He who gives the Sun-People life
He who lets the Gods rest in their places
He who gives life to the one in the egg
He who keeps alive the offspring of the apnnt-animal
He who keeps humankind alive with his Ka
He who guides humankind to every path

4)   as protecting God
The protector of million, who saves hundreds of thousands
The savior of he who calls him
He who protects his son in the house of Sokar
He protects Egypt in his morning barque
He who stretches his arms behind the cobra

5)   as triumphant God
He who walks over the enemies

9) as praising Gods
He who  praises the one in the Duat


N) Receiver of actions
1) Worship
He who is praised by the Gods
2)   Offerings
He who is satisfied with his offerings
He from whose offerings need no Gods eats
O)  Leadership
1) Titles
The ruler of the Gods of the NHH-time
He who is born on this day as king of Upper and Lower Egypt
The king of heaven and earth
The king of the Ennead
The king of the nHH-time
The strong king
The king of heaven
The king of the Duat
The king of eternity
The lord of the end of the Dt-time

3)   Legitimation
The heir of the winged sun disc
The heir of eternity

6)   Unification of the Two Lands
Rasomtus-Atum

7)   Crowns
Lord of the Atef Crown
He whose end is encircled

9)   Other insignia
The papyrus scepter of Sekhmet

P) Family
1) Relationships
Whose children are united in his surroundings
The descendant of Geb
He who protects his son in the House of Sokar
Ra, who saves his son Wesir
The son of Aset
The son of Hethert
The oldest son of Nut


Q) genesis/origin as God
He who emerges out of a God
He who emerges as God

R) Social/material position
1) as popular/beloved God
The Lord of Love
2)   As deemed respected God
He with many Names
The great God
The august God
He who makes his forms holy
3)   As unique/hidden God
The unique one
The only one
The glorious unique one
He from whose offerings need no Gods eats
He whose form is unknown
4)   As perfect/excellent God
The perfect God
He with perfect form
5)   As feared/violent God
He who lives of Gods
6)   As mighty/successful God
The great powerful one
The most powerful one of the Gods
7)   Other
The lord of the Gods
The divine God
He who is above the Gods
He who is above all Gods
8)   Connection to other Gods
The heir of the winged sundisc
The papyrus scepter of Sekhmet
He who extends his arms behind the cobra

S) Activities
3) Judge
He who judges millions with his beautiful face
4)   Sentinel
The sentinel who detests sleep

T) Temple and cult
4) Barques and other ships
He who is amid his barque
He who protects Egypt in his morning barque
He who crosses the sky in the evening barque

W) Time
He whose left eye is the night
The lord of eternity
He who brings the flood in his time
He who creates the years
The ruler of the Gods of the NHH time
He who enters the West in the evening
He whose right eye is the day
He who crosses the land in the moment
He who is born this day as king of Upper and Lower Egypt
He who creates himself every day
The lord of eternity
The lord of the Dt and NHH time
The king of the NHH time
The god of yesterday
The ruler of Eternity
He who comes into being every day
The lord of the Dt time
He who ties the months
He who crosses the sky every day

X) Identification with other Gods
Ra, who saves his son Wesir
Rasomtus-Atum
Her-Em-Achet (Heru in the horizon)
The Eastern Heru

Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Heruakhetymose on September 11, 2011, 04:24:23 pm
Thank you so much Tanebet! :D

It's going to take a long time for me to digest all of this, but it is very much appreciated! ^.^
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 12, 2011, 02:52:04 am
you are welcome
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: HedebBast on September 12, 2011, 04:15:31 am
I want to thank you too Tanebet :).  Spent most of the day trying to translate some of Bast's epithets :D.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 12, 2011, 05:05:51 am
I could always have a look at those...
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on September 12, 2011, 05:06:52 am
Speaking of epithets, I never did update to say I had done Anubis's LGG lists. His, along with Wepwawet, Khentyamentiu and some of the other jackals', can be found on my website. :)

http://www.per-sabu.org

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Post by: Naisenu on September 12, 2011, 11:16:43 am
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on September 12, 2011, 11:44:11 am
Quote from: Naisenu
Could this be taken to mean that Anupet is related to Aset somehow?


Yes. In the Ptolemaic period, the two are sometimes equated. Aset acts as Anupet, Anupet acts as Aset, etc. :) I can go into a bit more detail, just PM me if you're interested.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: HedebBast on September 12, 2011, 04:33:30 pm
Thank you Tanebet :D will double-check what I've got tonight (using an online translator so translations are likely a bit iffy, bonus though, I'm learning a lot of German :D).  Would it be easiest if I post them in here?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 12, 2011, 09:51:59 pm
It's probably the best to send those to me either by pm or email
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: ZabetRa on September 13, 2011, 09:25:36 pm
Would anyone mind sharing with me some epithets for Ra?
Title: .
Post by: Naisenu on September 13, 2011, 10:40:56 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: TadagyterRa on September 13, 2011, 10:42:58 pm
Em hotep Tanebet! *henu*
are the Ra-Heruakhety pages in german online? I'm curious about the "good shepherd" epithet, does it give any explanation on the meaning?

Senebty!
Title: .
Post by: Naisenu on September 14, 2011, 12:01:37 am
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 14, 2011, 02:18:44 am
Nai..Most are correct but I spotted some mistakes when skimming the list. I will correct them later
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 14, 2011, 04:45:13 am
A.   Cosmos
1. Sky/Horizon
Axty - Der Horizontische - The Horizontic one
iwr-pt - Mit dem der Himmel schwanger ist - With whom the sky is pregnant
ib-pw-pt - Es ist das Herz des Himmels – He who is the heart of the heavens
imy-Axt - Der im Horizont ist – He who is in the horizon
imy-Axt.f - Der in seinem Horizont ist – He who is in his horizon
imy-Axty - Der in den beiden Horizonten ist – He who is in both horizons
imy-pt - Der sich im Himmel befindet – He who is resides in heaven
imy-Hrt - Der im Himmel ist – He who is in heaven
iry-Axt - Der zum Horizont in seinem Horizont gehört – He Who belongs to the horizon in his horizon
iry-Axt-m-Axt.f - Der zum Horizont in seinem Horizont gehört – He Who belongs to the horizon in his horizon
iry-pet - Der Wächter des Himmels - The guardian of Heaven
ir-pt - Der den Himmel erschafft – He who creates the heaven
ir-pt-tA - Der den Himmel und die Erde erschafft – He who creates  heavens and  earth
ir-pt-tA-mw-TAw-n-anx - Der den Himmel, die Erde, das Wasser und den Hauch des Lebens erschafft - Who creates the sky, the earth, the water, and the breath of life
ity-n-nTrw-nw-pt - Der Herrscher der Götter des Himmels - The ruler of the gods of heaven
aA-m-pt-tA[-r]-nTrw - Der im Himmel und auf der Erde größer ist [als] die Götter – He who is greater in heaven and on earth  than the gods
anx-pr-m-Axt - Der Lebende, der aus dem Horizont hervorgeht - The living one, who  arises from the horizon
anx-msxa-m-nnt - Der mit lebendem Erglänzen am Himmel – He  with living glow on heaven
ax-pt - Der den Himmel hochhebt – He who lifts the heaven
ax-pt-n-bA.f - Der den Himmel für seinen Ba erhebt – He who raises the heavens for his Ba
aSA-wAwt-m-DAt-pt - Der mit vielen Wegen beim Überqueren des Himmels – He with many ways when crosssing  the sky
wbn-m-axt - Der im Horizont aufgeht – He who rises in the horizon
wbn-nwn-r-st.f-m-nnt - Der aus dem Nun in Richtung auf seinen Thronsitz am Himmel aufgeht - Who rises from the Nun into the direction of his throne in heaven
wbn-m-Hrt - Der im Himmel aufgeht - Who rises in the hsky
wp-Snit - Der die Wolken trennt - Who separates  the clouds
wr-m-axt - Der Große im Horizont - The Great in the Horizon
wr-imy-axt - Der Große, der im Horizont ist - The Great, who is in the horizon
wr-snD-m-imntt-nt-pt - Der großen Respekt genießt im Westen des Himmels - Who enjoys great respect in the western heaven
wTs-xaw-r-nnt - Der mit erhobener Erscheinung bis zum Himmel – He with extolled apparition to the heaven
wDa-HAty - Der die Wolken scheidet – He who cuts the clouds
bA-imy-pt - Der Ba, der am Himmel ist - the Ba who is in the sky
biA - Der Himmel - The heaven
pr-m-Axt-mAnw - Der aus dem Horizont des Westgebirges hervorkommt – He who emerges from the horizon in the western mountains
pr-m-nnt - Der aus dem Himmel hervorkommt – He who emerges from  heaven
pHrr-nnt-nn-Drw - Der den Gegenhimmel ohne Grenzen durchläuft - Who passes through the opposite heaven without limits
psD-m-Axt - Der am Horizont leuchtet – He who shines on the horizon
mAa-Hrt - Der den Himmel befährt – He who cruises the heaven
mr-imAw.f-Ds.f-m-sxt-Axt - Der seinen eigenen Lichtglanz liebt im Gefilde des Horizonts – He who loves his own bright light in the domain of the horizon
B.   ms-pt - Der den Himmel erschaffen hat – He who has created the heaven
nb-Axt - Der Herr des Horizontes - The Lord of the Horizon
nb-pt-m-swt.f-nbwt - Der Herr des Himmels an allen seinen seinen Stätten - The Lord of the Heavens at all of his Places
nb-pt-tA - Der Herr des Himmels und der Erde - The Lord of the Heavens and the Earth
nb-pty - Der Herr der beiden Himmel - The Lord of the two Heavens
nb-hAyt - Der Herr des Himmels - The lord of heaven
nb-xaw-m-pt - Der Herr der Erscheinung im Himmel - The Lord of Apparition in the Sky
nb-snD-m-imntt-pt - Der Herr der Furcht im Westen des Himmels - The Lord of Fear in the Western Sky
nb-Hr-biA.f - Der auf seinem Himmel schwimmt – He who swims in his heaven
nb-Hr-biA.f-m-Xrt-hrw - Der auf seinem Himmel täglich schwimmt – He who swims daily in his heaven
nm-pt - Der den Himmel durchwandert – He who wanders through the Sky
nmt-n.f-nnt - Der für sich den Himmel durchschreitet – He who strides for himself through the sky
nsw-imy-Axt-imy-dwAt - Der König, der im Horizont und in der Unterwelt ist - The King of the horizon and the Duat (Underworld)
nsw-aA-imy-Axt - Der große Gott, der im Horizont ist - The great god who is in the horizon
rmn-pty - Der die beiden Himmel trägt - Who carries the two heavens
HAp-biA - Der den Himmel verbirgt – He who hides  the heaven
Hry-ib-Axt - Der im Horizont ist – He who is in the Horizon
Hry-tp-nTrw-imyw-pt - Das Oberhaupt der Götter, die am Himmel sind - The head of the gods who are in the sky
HqA-Axty - Der Herrscher der beiden Horizonte - The ruler of both horizons
Htp-m-Axt-imntt-nt-pt - Der im westlichen Horizont untergeht – He who sets in the western horizon
xAx-stwt-m-snbt - Der mit eilenden Strahlen am Himmel – He with hurrying rays/beams in the sky
xa-m-Axt - Der am Horizont erscheint -He who appears on the horizon
xa-m-Hrt - Der im Himmel erscheint – He who appears in the heaven
xnty-Axty - Der Vorsteher der beiden Horizonte - The head of both horizons
sAb-wa-m-pt - Der einzigartige Schakal am Himmel - The unique jackal in the heaven
smsw-m-Axt - Der Älteste im Horizont - The oldest in the horizon
sHD-pt-tA-m-nfrw.f - Der den Himmel und die Erde mit seiner Vollkommenheit erhellt -He who illuminates heavens and earth with his perfection
sxm-imy-pt - Die Macht, die im Himmel ist - The power that is in heaven
sxm-imyw-pt - Die Macht derer, die am Himmel sind - The power of the ones who are in heaven
sxm-pt - Die Macht des Himmels - The power of heaven
sStA-Axt - Der den Horizont geheimnisvoll macht -He who makes the horizon mysterious
sqdd-itn.f-m-Xt-nt-nwt - Der seine Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut – He who lets His sun-disk travel through the body of Nut
sqdd-Hr-sTsw-Sw - Der über den Erhebungen des Shu (= den Wolken) fährt – He who travels  above the elevations of Shu (the clouds)
StA-wr-imy-Hrt - Der große Geheime, der im Himmel ist - THe great secret one, who is in heaven
kA-n-pt - Der Stier des Himmels - The bull of heaven
kA-m-pty.fy - Der Stier in seinen beiden Himmeln - The Bull in his two heavens
DA-pt - Der den Himmel durchzieht – He who pervades the sky
DA-nwt - Der die Nut überquert – He who traverses Nut
DA-xrt - Der den Himmel überquert – He who traverses heaven
DA-xrt-ra-nb - Der den Himmel jeden Tag überquert – He who crossses the heaven every day
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Post by: ZabetRa on September 14, 2011, 07:18:36 am
Woohoo! Thanks so much! :D
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Post by: Tanebet on September 14, 2011, 07:37:26 am
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Em hotep Tanebet! *henu*
are the Ra-Heruakhety pages in german online? I'm curious about the "good shepherd" epithet, does it give any explanation on the meaning?

Senebty!


Em hotep Tadagyt *henu*

they are partly onlie, They start   here on page 321. (http://books.google.com/books?id=_rTPal0FRdwC&printsec=frontcover&dq=lexikon+der+%C3%A4yptische+G%C3%B6tter&hl=en&ei=uIUeTp3VEcrKswbz7OWeAg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCoQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Ra-H&f=false)
The last volume only puts the epithets of the most popular Names into categories, no explanations.
The other volumes list all epithets hieroglyphically, additional info given includes from which Dynasty on the epithet was used, in which functions, for which Names and the sources for the Epithet. The meaning of the Epithets is not explained

Senebty
Tanebet
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Post by: ZabetRa on September 14, 2011, 04:38:59 pm
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Just as a note I'm working on more of these. I have to manually write them out to a notepad document first since I can't copy and paste from the LAGG in Google Books.

I'm definitely not the best at translating the German. I'm doing my best, but Tanebet is the native speaker of German. :)

I'm working on the Sun section of epithets right now. As one might expect for a sun-god, it's quite long. :)


Not a problem and thank you very much for all of your hard work :D
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Post by: Tanebet on September 15, 2011, 04:35:24 am
here my take on the sun related epithets

2. Sonne - Sun
iAxw - Der Leuchtende - The shining one
iAxw-n-pt - Der Glänzende des Himmels - The bright one of the heavens
iAxw-n-tA - Der Glänzende der Erde - The bright one of earth
iAxw-tm-imy-pt - Der Lichtglanz des Atum, der sich im Himmel befindet - The gleam of light of Atum, who is in heaven
imy-itn.f - Der in seiner Scheibe ist - Who is in his sundisk
ir-wHmw - Der seine Wiederholung (= Lauf der Sonne) durchführt – He who performs/conducts his repetition (= path of the sun)
ir-HDDwt - Der das Licht erschafft – He who creates light
ir-sSp-n-Hnmmt - Der das Licht für das Sonnenvolk erschafft – He who creates light for the Sun-people
itn - Die (Sonnen) Scheibe - The solar disk
itn-wr - Die große Sonnenscheibe - The great solar disk
itn-Hr-mnwr - Die Sonnenscheibe im Westen - The solar disk in the west
itn-n-nbw - Die Sonnenscheibe aus Gold - The solar disk out of gold
itn-nfr-n-dwAyt - Die schöne Sonnenscheibe des Morgens - The beautiful solar disk of the morning
itn-m-hrw - Die Sonnenscheibe am Tag - The solar disk during the day
itnwy-n-hrw-grH - Die beiden Scheiben des Tages und der Nacht (= Sonne und Mond) - The two disks of the day and night (= Sun and moon)
itny - Der zur Sonnenscheibe Gehörige - He who belongs to the solar disk
aA-psD - Der mit großem Leuchten - He with great radiance
aA-nsr-m-manDt - Der mit großer Flamme in der Morgenbarke - He with great flame in the morning barque
aA-HDDwt - Der mit reichen Strahlen - He with rich beams/rays
ap-iAxw - Der mit vorbeiziehendem Glanz - He with passing radiance
wbn - Der Aufgehende - The rising one
wbn-m-Axt - Der im Horizont aufgeht – He who rises in the horizon
wbn-m-Axt-iAbtt - Der im östlichen Horizont aufgeht – He who rises in the eastern horizon
wbn-m-Axt-iAbtt-nt-pt - Der am östlichen Horizont des Himmels aufgeht – He who rises on the easten horizon of heaven
wbn-m-Axt-bAxw - Der im Horizont des Ostgebirges aufgeht – He who rises on the horizon of the eastern mountains
wbn-m-iAbtt - Der im Osten aufgeht –He  who rises in the east
wbn-Hr-iAbtt-nt-pt - Der im Osten des Himmels aufgeht – He who rises in the east of the sky
wbn-m-irw.f - Der in seiner Gestalt erscheint – He who appears in his form/figure
wbn-m-mAat - Der aufgeht mit der Maat – He who rises with Ma'at
wbn-m-mHnyt.f - Der mit seiner Stirnschlange aufleuchtet – He who flashes up with his uraeus (lit. forehead-snake)
wbn-m-msktt - Der in der msktt-Barke aufgeht – He who rises in his msktt-barque (night-bark)
wbn-m-nwn - Der im Nun/Urwasser aufgeht – He who rises in the Nun/Primal Water
wbn-m-nwn-r-st.f-m-nnt - Der aus dem Nun in Richtung auf seinen Thronsitz am Himmel aufgeht – He who rises from Nun into the direction of his Throne in the sky
wbn-m-nbw - Der als Goldener aufgeht – He who rises as gold
wbn-m-nxb - Der aus Lotosblüte aufleuchtet – He who flashes up out of the Lotus blossom
wbn-Hr-nxb - Der auf Lotosblüte aufleuchtet – He who flashes up on the lotus blossom
wbn-m-Haa - Der im Jubel aufgeht – He who rises in jubilation
wbn-m-Haa-m-xnw-wiA-n-HH - Der jubelnd aufgeht in der Barke von Millionen – He who rises jubilantly in the Bark of Millions
wbn-m-Hrt - Der im Himmel aufgeht – He who rises in the sky
wbn-m-sSd - Der im Fenster erscheint – He who appears in the window
wbn-m-kkw - Der in der Dunkelheit aufgeht – He who rises in the darkness
wbn-m-tA-Dsr.f - Der in seinem erhabenen Land aufgeht – He who rises in his lofty land
wbn-tp-dwAw - Der am Morgen aufgeht – He who rises in the morning
wbn-Hr-Dww.f - Der über seinen Bergen aufgeht – He who rises over his mountains
wbn-m-Dsrt.f - Der in seinem abgegrenzten Gebiet aufgeht – He who rises in his marked region
wbx-imAw - Der mit leuchtendem Glanz - He with gleaming glance
wpS-n.f-igrt - Der für sich die Unterwelt erleuchtet – He who illuminates for himself  the underworld
wn-itn - Der die Sonnenscheibe öffnet – He who opens the solar disk
wr-sHD - Der Große, der erleuchtet - The great one who illuminates
wd-mAwt.f-Snw-pXr.f - Der seine Strahlen aussendet (im) Umkreis seines Umlaufes – He who sends out his rays (in) the vicinity of his circuit
bx-r-StAty - Der hin zur Unterwelt glänzt – He who shines down to the underworld
psD - Der Leuchtende - The shining one
psD-m-Axt - Der am Horizont leuchtet – He who shines in the horizon
psD-m-Agb - Der in der Flut leuchtet – He who shines in the flood
psD-m-iAbt-nt-tm - Der mit dem linken Auge des Atum erglänzt – He who gleams with the left eye of Atum
psD-m-itn.f - Der in seiner Sonnenscheibe aufleuchtet – Hew ho flashes up in his solar disc
psD-m-itn-Swty - Der in der Sonnenscheibe und der Doppelfederkrone leuchtet – He who shines in the solar disk and the double-feather crown
psD-m-bAXw-m-Xrt-hrw - Der täglich im Ostgebirge erleuchtet – He who flashes up daily in the eastern mountains
psD-m-mAat - Der durch Maat leuchtet – He who is illuminated through/by Ma'at
psD-m-stwt - Der mit leuchtenden Strahlen – He with luminous rays
psD-m-Sw - Der mit/als Licht erstrahlt – He who gleams with/as light
psD-m-grH - Der in der Nacht leuchtet – He who shines in the night
psD-tp-r-imyt-HAt.f - Der mit leuchtendem Kopf für das, was vor ihm ist - He with glowing head for that what is in front of him
psD-m-dwAw - Der am Morgen leuchtet – He who shines in the morning
mAA.tw-HDDwt-m-Hr.f - In dessen Gesicht man die Strahlen erblickt - In whose face, one sees the rays
mr-imAw.f-Ds.f-m-sxt-Axt - Der seinen eigenen Lichtglanz liebt im Gefilde des Horizonts – He who loves his own glance in the domain of the horizon
nb-iAxw - Der Herr des Glanzes - The lord of splendor
nw-iAxw-m-Hrty - Der Herr des Glanzes in den Himmeln - The lord of splendor in the heavens
nb-iAxw-m-Xnw-itn - Der Herr des Glanzes inmitten der Sonnenscheibe - The lord of splendor in the solar disk
nb-itn - Der Herr der Sonnenscheibe - The lord of the solar disk
nb-pt-tA - Der Herr des Himmels und der Erde - The lord of heaven and earth
nb-HDDwt - Der Herr des Lichts - The lord of light
nb-stwt - Der Herr der Strahlen - The lord of rays
nb-HDDwt - Der das Licht erschafft – He who creates the light
HA - Der Leuchtende - The shining one
HA-m-mnt - Der täglich leuchtet – He who shines daily
HA-stwt.f-ndb - Dessen Strahlen die Erde erleuchten – He whose rays illuminate the earth
Hwyty - Der Lichterglänzende (?) – The shining glance
Htp-m-Axt-imntt - Der im westlichen Horizont untergeht – He who sets in the western horizon
Htp-m-Axt-imntt-nt-pt - Der im Westhorizont des Himmels untergeht – He who sets in the western horizon of heaven
Htp-Hr-imntt-nt-pt - Der im Westen des Himmels untergeht – He who sets in the west of heaven
Htp-m-mAat - Der untergeht mit Maat – He who sets with Ma'at
Htp-m-mAnw - Der im Westgebirge untergeht – He who sets in the the western mountains
Htp-m-mAnw-mi-ra-n-ra-nb - Der im Westgebirge untergeht wie Ra eines jeden Tag (die tägliche Sonne) – He who sets in the western mountains like Ra of every day (the daily sun)
Htp-m-tm - Der untergeht als Atum – He who sets as Atum
HD-mAA.f-sStA.f - Der leuchtet, wenn er sein Geheimnis sieht – He who shines when he sees his secret
xAx-stwt-m-snbt - Der mit eilenden Strahlen am Himmel - He with hurried rays in the sky
xy - Das Licht - The light
xa-m-itn-m-Swty-wrty - Der mit Sonnenscheibe in der große Doppelfederkrone erscheint – He who appears with the solar disk in the great double-feather crown
xsr-xAty - Der die Bewölkung vertreibt – He who drives away cloudiness
xsr-Sna - Der die Wolken vertreibt – He who drives away the clouds
xsr-kkw - Der die Dunkelheit vertreibt – Ge who expels  darkness
xd-iAxw - Der mit nordwärts fahrendem Lichtglanz – He whose glance is moving northwards
sHb-tAwy-m-iAxw.f - Der die beiden Länder mit seinem Lichtglanz festlich macht – He who makes the two lands festive with his light
sHD - Der Erleuchtende - He who illuminates
sHD-imntyw - Der die Westlichen erleuchtet  - He who illuminates the western ones
sHD-wr - Der große Erleuchtende – The great one who illuminates
sHD-pt-tA-m-nfrw.f - Der den Himmel und die Erde mit seiner Vollkommenheit erhellt – He who illunminates the Heaves and Earth with his perfection
sHD-n-nTrw-nbw - Der Erleuchtende aller Götter – He who illuminates all gods
sHD-XAwt - Der die Leichname erhellt – He who illuminates the dead bodies
sHD-tA - Der das Land erhellt – He who illuminates the Land
sHD-tA-nb-m-iwn.f - Der jedes Land mit seiner Farbe erleuchtet – He who illuminates every land with his color
sHD-tA-m-nfrw.Axt.f - Der die Erde mit der Vollkommenheit seines Auges erleuchtet – He who illuminates the earth with the perfection of his eye
sHD-tAwy - Der die beiden Länder erhellt - Who illuminates the two lands
sHD-tAwy-m-Axty.fy - Der die beiden Länder mit seinen Glanzaugen erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands with his bright eyes
sHD-tAwy-idbw-m-stwt.f - Der die beiden Länder und die Ufer mit seinen Strahlen erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands and the shores with his rays
sHD-tAwy-m-mAwt.f - Der die beiden Länder mit seinem Glanz erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands with his splendor
sHD-tAwy-m-nbi.f - Der die beiden Länder mit seiner Flamme erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands with his flame
sHD-tAwy-m-nTrty.fy - Der die beiden Länder mit seinen beiden (göttlichen) Augen erleuchtet – He who illuminates the two lands with his two (divine) eyes
sHD-tAwy-m-xt-pr.f - Der die beiden Länder erleuchtet, nachdem er hervorgekommen ist – He who illuminates the two lands, after he has come forth/emerged
sHD-tAwy-m-stwt.f - Der die beiden Länder mit seinen Strahlen erleuchtet – He who illuminates the two lands with his rays
sHD-tAwy-m-stwt-irt.f - Der die beiden Länder mit den Strahlen seines Auges erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands with the rays of his eyes
sHD-dwAt-m-iAxw.f - Der die Unterwelt mit seinen Strahlen erhellt – He who illuminates the Duat/Underworld with his rays
sHD-dwAt-m-irt.n.f - Der die Unterwelt erhellt mit dem, was er gemacht hat – He who illuminates the Duat/Underworld with what he has created
sHD-dwAt-m-mAwt-nt-nTrt.f - Der die Unterwelt mit den Strahlen seines göttlichen Auges erleuchtet – He who illuminates the Duat/Underworld with the rays of his divine eye
sHD-dwAt-m-nfrw.f - Der die Unterwelt mit seiner Schönheit erhellt – He who illuminates the Duat/Underworld with his beauty
sxpr.n-imAt.f-HDDwt - Dessen Beliebheit das Licht entstehen ließ – He whose popularity created  the light
sxd-r-tp-m-mSrw - Der zu Beginn des Abends herabsinkt – He who sets in the beginning of the evening
sSp - Der Leuchtende - The Shining One
sSp-HDDwt - Der mit leuchtendem Licht - He with shining light
sSp-Xaw-m-iAbtt-nt-pt - Der mit leuchtender Erscheinung im Osten des Himmels – He with brilliant appearance in the east of the sky
sSp-m-itn.f - Der in seiner Sonnenscheibe fährt – He who navigates in his solar disk
sqdd-itn.f-m-Xt-nt-nwt - Der seine Sonnenscheibe dahinfahren läßt am Leib der Nut - He who lets His sun-disk travel along the body of Nut
st-Sw-m-xnt-igrt - Der das Licht in die Unterwelt aussendet – He who sends his light into the underworld
st-itn - Der mit strahlender Sonnenscheibe - He with the bright solar disk
st-tAwy-m-DfD.f - Der die beiden Länder mit seiner Pupille erhellt - Who illuminates the two lands with his pupil
st-m-dwAtyw - Der unter den Unterweltlichen leuchtet –He who shines among the ones in the Duat?
Sw - Das Licht - The light
tkA-tAwy-m-sDt - Der die beiden Länder mit Feuer erhellt – He who illuminates the two lands with fire
THn-w-m-mAwt-nt-itn.f - Der das Fruchtland mit seinen Strahlen erglänzen läßt – He who illuminates the cropland with his rays
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Post by: Tanebet on September 15, 2011, 04:38:33 am
Nai, I am not really translating them myself. I am just correcting your translations.   ;)
It would take much longer if I translated them from scratch.
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Post by: PahauYinepu on September 18, 2011, 10:28:25 pm
That would be great! Although an actual book would be even better. I just like holding a book in my hand when it comes to religion.

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I'm just in the formatting stage of Ra's epithets right now. I'll release it as a PDF document when I'm done. It will be released in the Kemetic transliteration (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_transliteration#Table_of_conventional_transliteration_schemes) and English (German copy available on request).
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Post by: Tanebet on September 19, 2011, 01:03:18 am
Em Hotep Pahau *henu*

All translations here are taken from the" Lexikon der aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnung" and if someone published those as book without the consent of the publisher it could very well be seen as theft of literary property  

Senebty
Tanebet
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Post by: Seta on September 19, 2011, 08:46:15 pm
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Em Hotep Pahau *henu*

All translations here are taken from the" Lexikon der aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnung" and if someone published those as book without the consent of the publisher it could very well be seen as theft of literary property  

Senebty
Tanebet


I could be mistaken, but for educational purposes, it may be allowed.
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Post by: TadagyterRa on September 20, 2011, 04:29:25 pm
Downloading!! thank you!!!

Dua Ra!!!
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Post by: ZabetRa on September 20, 2011, 08:24:07 pm
Awesomeness! Thank you! Sorry I haven't been around to reply, I've been sick.
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Post by: Tasen on September 21, 2011, 12:24:52 pm
Hotep!  I just discovered this thread and I am so thrilled to be able to go over all the different posts now.

Isis Magic by Isidora Forrest has a list of the names of "Isis" (which means some may not be Kemetic), but I would love to translate them into Ancient Egyptian.  

Would this be a good thread for that or perhaps I could start a new thread?  

I am wondering if there is a good website for translating English into Ancient Egyptian?

Henu!
Dua Netjer!
Dua Aset-Serqet!
Mother of my healing heart.

Tasen
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Post by: Tahai on September 24, 2011, 10:25:35 pm
Thank you, Nai, for all your work on this project.

Bast - "Who drives out darkness"  this one is especially profound for me, and I'm thrilled to see my experience was also the experience of someone in AE
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Thankyou Nai! :)
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Post by: Taysatwesir on October 04, 2011, 01:42:23 pm
Thank you Nai! :D
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Post by: Tanebet on August 14, 2012, 03:55:48 pm
Epithets of Nut

Nut
A)   Cosmos
1)   Heaven/horizon
The great one in heaven
The great one in the sky
The heaven
The heaven which carries Ra
She who spreads herself over the sky
Lady of the sky
The sky of the one who appears in the ennead
The two great gods of the sky
Rat in the sky
Mistress of the sky
The sky
She who is high in the horizon
2)   Sun
The glowing one
She who raises the sun disc in the morning
She who gives birth to the sun disc
She who illuminates Bigga
3)   Stars
She who raises her stars in her circulation
She who gives birth to the stars as the great uniting one
She who gives birth to the Baktiu as the great uniting one
She who glows for Ptah
She who is more above her children than her stars
4)   Wind
She who gives air to the one with a dry throat
5)   Water
She who gives birth to the god in the water
6)   Earth/World
The mighty one on earth
The ruler of earth and duat
The woman who is bowing over earth
She who founds the land with what she is creating
7)   Duat
The great ones of the duat
The mistress of the duat
The mistress of the secret duat
The ruler of earth and duat
B)   Topography
1)   Nomes
The splendid one in the Nit nome
She who is amid the first nome
The chief of the nome of Dendera
The Chief of Abydos
2)   Locations
The great one amid Hwt-Snit (location near Heliopolis)
She who gives birth to the light (=Wesir) in Thebes
The mother of God of the house of ebony
The mother of Gods in Ssn
Lady of Philae
Lady of Kom Ombo
The litter of Heliopolis
Mistress of Philae
She who is amid of Abydos
She who is amid of Armant
She who is amid Philae
She who is amid Edfu
She who is amid Kom Ombo
She who is amid Coptos
Chief of Philae
Chief of the throne seat of Heru (=Edfu)
Chief of Edfu
Chief of the southern Bhdt (=Edfu)
Chief of Bigga
Chief of Dendera
Chief of Mendes
Chief of the house of the two….
She whose seat is at the house of beginning (=Philae)
The great mighty one of Philae
She who illuminates Bigga
The splendid and mighty one in Edfu
She who rescues Aset in Abydos
She with high pitch in Bigga
The high one in Busiris
3)   Countries, regions, people
She who creates the king of Upper and Lower Egypt in the temple of the great Ipet
The lady of the two lands
The mistress of the two lands
The mistress of the shores of the basket lands
The ruler of the two shores (=Egypt)
The ruler of the two shores (=Egypt) of Heru
The ruler of the two lands
She who founds both sanctuaries with her children
The Libyan in the western desert of the sea of life
4)   Sanctuaries
Ipet in the temple of Ipet
She who enfolds protectively the chapel of the child
The Eye of Ra in Iat-dit  (Aset Temple of Dendera)
She who creates the consort of the king in the house of purification
She who creates the protection of her son in the house of Nut
The great one who is in the lower house
She who gives birth to her son in her great sanctuary
She who gives birth to the light inside the Opet temple
The Lady of destiny and wealth at the great seat
The great mistress in the birth house
The mistress of the Per Ankh
The mistress of the Per Nefer
She who is amid the Aset temple in Dendera
She who is in the Per Ankh
She who is in the Per Nefer
She who is amid the temple of Sethos I
She who is amid the house of Henu
Chief of the house of Henu
Chief of the Chnum temple
Chief of the house of the falcon (=Kom Ombo)
Chief of the birth house
Chief of the birth house of Nut
Chief of the house of the noble ones
Chief of Maa-Hr
Chief of Hwt-krht (sanctuary in the 8th lower Egyptian nome)
Chief of the Shetit sanctuary
The daughter of Ra in Iat-dit (Aset temple Dendera)
She who lets her son Wesir be safe and sound in the house of the prince
The splendid and mighty one in the house of form (temple or room in Kom Ombo)
The splendid and mighty one in the house of her creation
The splendid one in the house of the splendid one
The splendid one in the place of birth
She who founds the temple with her children
She who raises the king inside the temple on Amun (= Opet temple) on the throne of his father Amun
She who builds the place of birth
5)   Water
She who is amid pure water (Gebel El Sisila)
The Libyan in the western desert of the sea of life
6)   Directions
Mistress of the West
Mistress of the divine West
Mistress of the offerings in the West
Mistress of the desert in the West
Ruler of the 4 directions in the two lands
Chief of the West
Chief of the Western Mountains
Desert of the West
The Libyan in the western desert of the sea of life
7)   Nekropolis
She who is amid the Necropolis
The lords of the Necropolis
The mistress of the Necropolis
8)   Other
She who causes the protection of the House
She with many names in towns and nomes
She who gives birth to her children amid of Egypt so that they will be king
The mistress of the desert in the West
The mistress of all lands
The mistress of both mountains
She who is amid the hill
She who creates towns and nomes for her Ka
She who founds the shores with her children

C)   Fauna/Flora
1)   Animals
The Hippo Goddes
Ipet the Great
Ipet in the temple of Ipet
The cow
The sow  or female Hippo
The female hippo of the treasurer
The sow who eats her piglets
The pufferfish (tetrodon fahaka)
2)   Plants
The sycamore
The great sycamore
D)   Development
3)   Primeval God
The primeval beginning one
The splendid primeval mother
4)   Creator/Mother Goddess
She who creates the consort of the king in the house of purification
She who creates light amid the Opet temple
She who creates the king of Upper and Lower Egypt
She who creates the king of Upper and Lower Egypt in the temple of the great Ipet
She who creates the goddesses
The Mother
The Mother of water
The Mother of mothers
The Mother of the divine powers
She who gives birth to the sun disc
She who gives birth to the Ennead
She who gives birth to the king
She who gives birth to the God
She who gives birth to the God in the water
She who gives birth to the Gods
She who gives birth to all Gods
The mistress who gives birth to the Gods
She who gives birth to her children to populate Geb
She who creates towns and nomes for her Ka
She who started the birth giving
She who founds the two sanctuaries with her children
She who found the shores with her children
She who founds the temples with her children
She who founds the lands with what she creates
The mother
The perfect mother
The perfect mother of the Ennead
She who build the place of birth
5)   Child
She who is strong in the body of her mother Tefnut before she is born

H) Physical Attributes
1) Mobility
She who raises her stars in her circulation
3)   Fertility
She with splendid offspring
4)   Body and Body parts
She with the wide horn
She with the long hair
She whose mouth hurls ember at the enemies
She who stretches out her arms
Lady of the breast
The one with perfect face
The one with brimming breasts
The one with the lock of hair
The one with dangling breasts
The one with high horns
The one with high pitch in Busiris
J) Crown Goddess/Cobra
The Splendid one/useful one
The Cobra of Ra
The Cobra
The Cobra of her Father

K) Eye Goddess
The Eye of Ea in Iat-Dit

L) Ba/Ka/etc.
She who creates towns and nomes for her Ka
M) Acting Goddess
2) Punishing Goddess
She whose mouth hurls ember at the enemies
3) Helping/beneficient Goddesss
She who loves to give life
She who gives her arms to the reverend one
She who gives water to everyone who is thirsty
She who gives air to the one with dry throat
She who keeps the Gods alive
She to whom the Gods are pleading
The great guide
She who rescues Aset in Abydos
4) Protective Goddess
She who hides her heir in her arms
She who hides the mysterious one, one isn’t supposed to know
She who enfolds protectively the chapel of the child
She who creates her protection
She who causes the protection of the house
She who causes the protection of the one emerging from Aset
She who causes the protection of her son Wesir
She who causes the protection of her son in the house of Nut
She who protects her son Wesir
Protection of the son of Wesir
The protector
She who protects her son
She who protect the body in the morning
She who dispels the rage
The barn
She who lets her son Wesir be safe and sound in the house of the prince
She who lets the child be safe and sound
5)   Joyful Goddess
Lady of Jubilation
9)   Other
She who unites with Gods and Goddesses
She who lets the things raise
She who ignites the torch

N) Receiving Goddess
2) Offerings
Mistress of offerings
Mistress of  offerings in the West
6)   Other
In front of her the sun disc rises

O) Lordship
1) Titles
Ruler of the Gods
The ruling queen
The ruler
The mistress of the 4 directions in the two lands
Mistress of the two shores
Mistress of the two shores of Heru
The prefect ruler
The ruler of Earth and duat
Ruler of the two lands
4) Transfer of authority
She who raises the king inside the temple on Amun (= Opet temple) on the throne of his father Amun

P) Family
1) Relationships
She useful one for her son
She who causes the protection of her son Wesir
She who causes the protection of her son in the house of Nut
She who gives birth to her son in her great sanctuary
She who gives birth to her children
She who gives birth to the Ra-Children
She who gives birth to her children amid of Egypt so that they will be king
She who gives birth to light in Thebes
She who gives birth to the light inside the opet temple
Mother of the king
Mother of God of Wennefer the justified
Mother of God  in the house of ebony
Mother of God of the king of Upper and Lower Egypt
Mother of God of Gods and Goddesses
Mother of gods of the 5 gods
Mother of God of the ones uniting with life
Mother of Gods of the great powers
Mother of Gods
Mother of the ruler
Mother of rulers
She who gives birth to Ra
She who gives birth to Ra daily
She who gives birth to her son Wesir in…..
She who protects her son Wesir
She who is more above her children than her stars
The cobra of her father
She whose son appears as splendid child
She who protects her son
The daughter of Ra
The daughter of Ra in Iat-Dit
She who lets her son Wesir be safe and sound in the house of the prince
She who lets her children be safe and sound
She who creates her children to populate Geb
She who is strong in the body of her mother Tefnut before she is born
She who founds both sanctuaries with her children
She who founds the shores with her children
She who founds the temples with her children
Mother of Wennefer
The perfect mother of Werethekau
The perfect mother of the one with a living nose
The perfect mother of the mother of God of the falcon of gold
The perfect mother of the mistress of the rekhyt
The perfect mother of the one with the Mekes sign
The perfect mother of the ruler
The perfect mother of the prince with the white crown
Mother of the glowing one
Mother of the ruler
Mother of Atum
2) Family Status
Wife of the prince
The Wife of Geb

R) Social/material position
2) respected goddess
The great one
The great and splendid one
She with many names in the towns and nomes
The very great one
The great Gods
The splendid one
The great splendid one
The splendid and mighty one
The beautiful splendid one
3) unique/hidden Goddess
The unique one
There is no second like her
The great mysterious one
4) Noble Goddess
The golden one of the Gods
5)   Feared/violent Goddess
She with great terror in the hearts
She with great terror among the Gods
The mistress of Rage
6)   Mighty Goddess
The mighty one
8)   Social/material position
The Lady…
The Lady of…
The Lady of the Rekhyt
The Gods who encompass the rekhyt
The Mistress
The Mistress of the Ennead
The perfect Mistress
The Mistress of the Gods
The Mistress of all Gods
The Mistress of the Goddesses
The Mistress of the Gods and Goddesses
The chief of the Gods
The Chief of the Gods and Goddesses
The Chief of the Goddesses
9)   Relation to other God
The Cobra of Ra
The splendid one of Geb
She who is in Atum
The Eye of Ra in Iat-dit
She who causes the protection of the one merging from Aset
The divine scent of Chontamenti
The sky who carries Ra
The wet nurse of the ruler on the throne of his father
The protection of the son of Wesir
The wet nurse of the mistress of the  rekhyt
She who glows for Ptah
She who rescues Aset in Abydos

S) Jobs
1) Wet nurse
The Wet nurse
The Wet nurse of the Kas
The wet nurse  of the ruler on the throne of his father
The wet nurse of the mistress of the  rekhyt
The wet nurse of the ruler on the throne of his father
The Wet nurse of the ennead
The wet nurse of the great powerful images
3) Judge
She who judges well
She who judges perfectly
The mistress of the Hall of Judgement

T) Temple/Cult
5) Holy Item
The litter of Heliopolis

U) Death Cult
2) Funeral, tomb, sarcophagus
The Tomb
The Funeral
The sarcophagus
The coffin
3) Other
She who hides the dead who do not have a tomb

W) Time
She who calculates time
She who raises the sun disc in the morning
She who gives birth to Ra daily
She who protects the body in the morning
She who becomes in the evening

X) Identification with other Gods
Amaunet
The great Nekhbet
Rat
Rat in the sky
The great Heqat

Y) Other
The Lady of destiny
The Lady of destiny and health at her great seat
The bed
The daughter
She of St-pt
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on August 14, 2012, 04:00:17 pm
Thank you Tanebet! :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tjebni on August 14, 2012, 04:23:44 pm
Wow! Thanks Tanebet! :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tarekbast on August 14, 2012, 04:35:33 pm
Holy wow that's a long list. Thank you Tanebet!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 14, 2012, 04:37:29 pm
You are welcome

(and if you think that this is a long list then you should see the list for Aset and Hethert. Nut had 4-5 pages and Aset and Hethert have 50 pages each)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tarekbast on August 14, 2012, 04:39:40 pm
*jaw drop*
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 14, 2012, 04:57:14 pm
Wow, Tanebet - thank you for doing this! This is wonderful! :grin:
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on August 14, 2012, 05:07:16 pm
50 pages each! :O
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 15, 2012, 01:45:46 am
 
Quote from: TaysatWesir
50 pages each! :O

Wesir as well ;-)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 15, 2012, 04:04:19 pm
Heqat (includes Heqat-Nut)

A) Cosmos
1) Heaven/Horizon
The great one in the sky
Lady of the sky
The opposite sky
5) Wind
She who gives air to let the tight throat breathe
6) Water
She who is mighty on the flood
The lady of the flood
The mistress of the flood
7) Earth/World
The great one in the land
The mighty one on earth
She who fills the land with Felicitousion
She who founds the land with what emerges from her
8) Duat
The great ones of the Duat

B) Topography
2) Locations
She who gives birth to the great one in Qus
The Lady of Abydos
The Lady of Kom Ombo
The Lady of Neferusi (location 16th U.E. nome)
The Lady of Her-Wer (location 15th U.E. nome)
The Lady of the House of the burial (=Qus)
The Lady of Qus
The mistress of Irw (unknown location)
She who is amid Abydos
She who is amid Hermopolis
She who is amid Edfu
She who is amid Kom Ombo
She who is amid Hibis
She who is amid Her-Wer
She who is amid Qus
She who is amid Dendera
The white one of Hierakonpolis
The musician in Hermopolis with these 8 faces
The chief of Edfu
The chief of the town of the scarab (=Abydos)
The Chief of the hous of the burial (=Qus)
3) Lands, regions, people
Lady of the Two Lands
Mistress of the Two Lands
Ruler of the Two Lands
She who creates the Two Lands
4) Sanctuaries
She who gives birth to her children amid Egypt to be king of the whole land
Lady of the Per Nefer
She who is amid the temple of Sethos I
The chief of the house in which one cries for Wesir
The chief of the house of Heru, after he seized the White Crown
The Chief of the House of the Two Udjat
The chief of the house of the wet nurse
She who founds the temples with her children
7) Necropolis
Lords of the Necropolis
9) Other
She with many names in cities and nomes
She who gives birth to her children amid Egypt to be king of the whole land

E) Development
1) Primeval God
The primeval mother
The primeval beginning one
2) Creator/Mother Goddess
She who creates Wennefer the justified
The creator of the great lion
She who creates the splendid protector
She who gives birth to the God
She who gives birth to the Gods
The great uniting one/assimilating one
She who creates all things
She who creates both lands
She who founds the temples with her children
She who founds the land with what emerges from her
The mother
3) Child
Ra’s girl

F) Life/Death
3) Other
Lady of Life

G) Psychological Attributes
1) Knowledge
She who predicts the events

H) Physical Attributes
5) Body and body parts
The musician in Hermopolis with these 8 faces

J) Crown Goddess and Cobra
The splendid one
The useful one
The Cobra
The white one of Hierakonpolis

K) Eye Goddess
The Eye of Ra

M) Active goddess
2) Punishing Goddess
She who cuts the evil one with his lump
3) Helping Goddess
Everyone lives through the command of her name
She who gives air to let the tight throat breathe
She who gives her son air
4) Protective Goddess
She who lets the pillar (=Wesir) be safe and sound
She who lets her Heru be safe and sound for his father
6) Joyful Goddess
Mistress of Joy
8) Commanding Goddess
Everyone lives through the command of her name
9) Praising/music making Goddess
The musician in Hermopolis with these 8 faces

O) Lordship
1) Titles
Mistress of both lands

P) Family
1) Relationships
She who gives her son life
She who gives life to Aset
She who gives life to the great one in Qus
She who gives birth to her children
She who gives birth to the goddesses
She who gives birth to her children amid Egypt to be king of the whole land
She who gives birth to her son to support his brother
She who looks dancing with her son after the bale
The God Mother
Mother of the ruler
She who raises her son Heru with her good milk
She who unites herself with her brother
The great daughter of the lion pair
Hapi’s daughter
Ra’s girl
She who raises her son
She who founds the temples with her children
Mother of the great lion
The Felicitous mother of the golden one of the Gods
Mother of the protector
Divine mother of the great lion

R) Social/material position
2) Respected goddess
She with many names in cities and nomes
The great one
The great goddess
The great noble one
The splendid and mighty one
4) Felicitous goddess
Felicitous Goddess
She with great accomplishment
5) Feared Goddess
Flame of the Lion
7) Other
Mistress of all Gods
Mistress of all women
8) Relationship to other Gods
Eye of Ra
Flame of the lion
She who unites with Chnum
She who lets the pillar (=Wesir) be safe and sound
She who lets her Heru be safe and sound for his father
The splendid leg of the great one

S) Jobs
1) Wet nurse
She who raises her children
She who raises her son Heru with her good milk
She who keeps the child alive with her milk
She who raises her son
The midwife

X) Identification with other gods
The great place of birth
Nut
Nut, the great
Tefnut
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Taysatwesir on August 15, 2012, 04:14:35 pm
I never knew there was a Heqat-Nut. Is there any mention of Hethert-Nut in the Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 15, 2012, 04:24:16 pm
There are some epithets which equate her with Nut, but there is no special list for a Hethert-Nut
(only for Hethert-Nebethetpet)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tjebni on August 15, 2012, 05:28:32 pm
I'm sorry If this has been already posted, but is there by any chance a list of Serqet-Asets Epithets? Or Bast? :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: TabauAmunet on August 15, 2012, 05:42:30 pm
The Epithets of Mut are AMAZING! Thanks so much for the hard work!! <3
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 15, 2012, 10:21:57 pm
Quote from: Tjebni
I'm sorry If this has been already posted, but is there by any chance a list of Serqet-Asets Epithets? Or Bast? :)  


some of Bast's are here: http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Bast%20Incomp.pdf

THe LAGG lists only Serqet (and not Serqet-Aset), but I don't think that anyone already translated those
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tjebni on August 16, 2012, 02:13:44 pm
Quote from: Tanebet
Quote from: Tjebni
I'm sorry If this has been already posted, but is there by any chance a list of Serqet-Asets Epithets? Or Bast? :)  


some of Bast's are here: http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Bast%20Incomp.pdf

THe LAGG lists only Serqet (and not Serqet-Aset), but I don't think that anyone already translated those


Thank you Tanebet!! :D Ah okies then
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on August 17, 2012, 06:48:33 am
Wesir-Sokar
A) Kosmos
1) Sky/horizon
King in in heaven
2) Sun
He who illuminates the Duat with what he has made
7) Earth/World
Ruler on Earth
8) Duat
He who illuminates the Duat with what he has made

B) Topography
2) Locations
The great one on Bigga
The great one in Philae
Lord of Abydos
Lord of Philae
He who is amid Dendera
He who is amid Karnak
He who is amid Achnim
He who is amid Edfu
He who is amid Mrt (unknown location)
Ruler on Bigga
Chief von Memphis
Chief of Philae
Chief of the high mountain (Bigga or El-Hesa)
He whose form is on Philae
4) Sanctuaries
Lord of the Abaton
Lord of the Shetit Sanctuary
He who is on the bier in his Shetit Sanctuary
Head of the Shetit Sanctuary
Chief of the wall of the prince (sanctuary in Memphis)
Chief of the gold house
Chief of the throne of Ra
Chief of God’s tent
The noble Sepa in the Abaton
7) Nekropolis
Lord of Rosetau

D) Vegetation
Flood
Hapy (=floodwater)

E) Development
1) Creator/Mother Goddess
He who illuminates the Duat with what he has made
2) Child
The splendid youth

F) Life/Death
Duration
He who lives eternally
Other
The living one

H) Physical attributes
He with endowed body

L) Ka, Ba, etc.
The splendid Ba

N) Receiving God
2) Offerings
He who is endowed like the imyu-xnt priests
6) Other
He who whom one has started the secret work

O) Lordship
1) Titles
Ruler
The great ruler
King in the sky
King of the Gods
The accomplished ruler
Ruler on Bigga
Ruler on Earth
8) Throne
He who is on the great throne

P) Family
He with great popularity in the belly of his mother
He who emerges of Nut

R) Social/material Position
1) Popular/satisfied God
He with great popularity in the belly of his mother
The Beloved
2) Respected God
The very great God
3) Perfect/accomplished God
The beauty
4) Powerful/successful God
The noble power
8) Other
Lord of the Gods
He who is above the Gods
The Chief of the great Ennead
9) Relation to other Gods
He who came into existence as Henu (God of the Sokar barque)

T) Temple/cult
3) Statue
The divine image
4) Divine object
The great Pillar

U) Death cult
1) Funeral/coffin/tomb
He who is on the bier in his Shetit Sanctuary
2) Other
The Noble Mummy

W) Time
He who lives eternally
He who comes at his time

X) Identification with other gods
The noble Sepa in the Abaton
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Darytessekhmet on September 05, 2012, 08:22:47 pm
Many thanks to Tanabet for this list of Sekhmet epithets from the LAGG.

Sekhmet
A)   Cosmos
1)   Heaven/horizon
The horizon of Ra
She who is in the sky
The unique one in heaven
The great one in heaven
Mut in the horizon of heaven
Lady of the horizon
Lady of life in heaven
Lady of heaven
The all-mistress in heaven and on earth
The mistress who is in heaven
The Eastern sky
Heaven of the sanctuary
The southern pillar of the sky
She who opens the doors of heaven
2)   Sun goddess
She with multitudinous glance
She who lights up at the head of the horizontic one
Cobra of the sun disc
She who is on the head of his sun disc
She who illuminates the palace for Heru
She who illuminates the two lands with her beauty
The shining one
5)   Wind
The north wind
6)   Water
The flood
Lady of the Flood
7)   World/Earth
Lady of the land of the day times of day
The all-mistress in heaven and on earth

B)   Topography
1)   Nomes
She who causes the protection of her brother in the nome of Abydos
Lady of the 3rd lower Egyptian nome
She who is amid the 12th lower Egyptian nome
She who is above the 3rd lower Egyptian nome
2)   Locations
She who causes the protection of Wesir in the Abaton
The unique one in Memphis
The great one in Dendera
The very great one in Dendera
The mighty one in Dendera
She who sends her knife demons against the enemies of Dendera
Lady of the upper mound of Amun
Lady of the Abaton and of Philae
Lady of Iwat (area near Memphis)
Lady of Kom El Hisn
Lady of Ih (unknown location)
Lady of Isu (location in the 2nd lower Egyptian nome?)
Lady of Aagt (unknown location)
Lady of Memphis
Lady of Wywy (unknown location)
Lady of Hermopolis
Lady of Wsgwtt (location?)
Lady of the house of the western mountains
Lady of Fd-nwrt (4-threat-town, unknown location)
Lady of Mnwt
Lady of Nbt (unknown location)
Lady of Nfrw (unknown location)
Lady of terror in Bubastis
Lady of the flame on Bigga
Lady of the great flame on Bigga
Lady of Rwty (unknown location)
Lady of Rhst (near Letopolis)
Lady of RXty (location near Mendes?)
Lady of Hpwty (unknown location)
Lady of the light (?) House (2nd (?) lower Egyptian nome)
Lady of Xfa (unknown location)
Lady of Letopolis
Lady of Xsft (unknown location)
Lady of SAtA (near Letopolis)
Lady of Bigga
Lady of Shrt (unknown location)
Lady of Sehel
Lady of Crocodilopolis
Lady of Stwt (9th Upper Egyptian nome?)
Lady of Byblos
Lady of the acacia town (6th upper Egyptien nome?)
Lady of Athribis
Lady of Gbst (unknown location)
Lady of TApsw (unknown location)
Lady of Tp-nf (unknown location)
Lady of Dgnwyt (unknown location)
She who is in Diospolis
She who is in the Benben house in Heliopolis
Mistress of Memphis
Mistress of Pr-mrt (3rd lower Egyptian nome)
She who is amid Dendera
She who is amid Memphis
She who is amid Thebes
She who is amid Bubastis
She who is amid Edfu
She who is amid the Eastern Edfu
She who is amid the Pr-DADA (7th Upper Egyptian nome?)
She who is amid Elkab
She who is amid Hibis
She who is amid Sais
She who is amid Assiut
She who is amid Bigga
She who six amid Athribis
She who is amid Tod
Chief of Hibis
Chief of the throne seat of Heru (=Edfu)
Chief of XAs (unknown location)
Chief of Dendera
The splendid and might one in the Re temple (=El Tod)
Tefnut on Bigga
3)   Lands, regions, people
She with great wonders in the Two Lands and in the Foreign Lands
Mistress of Punt
Lady of Upper and Lower Egypt
Mistress of Nubia
Mistress of the Two Lands
Lady of Tp-n-int
Mistress of the God Lands
Lady of the Two Lands
Mistress of the Libyans
Mistress of Trt (near Punt)
She who is above the Libyans
She who protects the Two Lands
She who keeps the Two Lands alive
She who illuminates the Two Lands with her beauty
She who follows her heart in the God’s land
4)   Sanctuaries
The ureaus in the house of the sistrum
Lady of the Abaton and of Philae
Lady of the palace
Lady of the pr-wr (u.e. sanctuary)
Lady of the tent
Queen of this house
She who is on the mrt-mansion of King Sahure
She who is in the Benben house in Heliopolis
Mistress of the Abaton
Mistress of the library
Mistress of the house of the fame (l.e. sanctuary)
She who is amid the great temple
She who is amid the mansion of Ramses III which is united with the eternity in the domain of Amun (= Ramesseum)
She who is amid the temple of Sethos I
She who is amid the temple of Sahure
She who is above her oven in the house of life
Heaven of the sanctuary
Chief of Hr-Ma’aty
Chief of Iat-Dit (Aset temple in Dendera)
Chief of the mound of Tefnut
Chief of the pr-wr
Chief of the pr-nsr
Chief of the House of Menit
Chief of the beautiful house
Chief of the natron house
Chief of the house of the sistrum
Chief of the resting place of Tatenen (=Edfu?)
She who closes the temple so that it cannot be (re)opened (?)
She who illuminates the palace for her Heru
Sekhmet in the House of Ra
She who erects her net inside her sanctuary
5)   Waters
Lady of the IShrw waters
She who is amid of IShrw
6)   Directions
The Eye of Heru in the West
Lady of the West
Lady of the western desert
She who is sitting in the West
The southern one
The southern one of Sahure
She who is above the West
The eastern sky
Chief of the East
8)   Other
She with great wonders in the Two Lands and in the Foreign Lands
Lady of the way
Lady of the valley
Lady of the noble place
Lady of the town
Lady of the desert
Lady of the town of her lake
Lady of all foreigners
Lady of the western desert
Lady of the great grassland (ß)
Lady of the pathway
Lady of the borders of the places
She who gives the desert valley to the one belonging to Ma’at
Each foreign land trembles because of her greatness
She who follows her heart in the valley of the Myrrh
The first one of the valley
She who is on the stone
Chief of her fortress
She who crosses the nome
She with brilliant appearance at the place of silence

C)   Fauna/Flora
1)   Animals
The tilapia who causes the Gods to tremble
Heavenly cow
Young lioness
Chief of the female crocodile (?)
The first snhyt snake of Tatenen
The magnificent krXt snake
The (female) ape
2)   Plants
Lady of the imA trees
Lady of the two thorn acacias

D)   Vegetation
1)   Flood
She who opens the source

E)   Development
1)   Primeval God/Goddess
The primeval primary one
2)   Child
She who emerge by being young

F)   Life/Death
1)   Lifetime
The persistent one
2)   Other
The great living one
Lady of life
Lady of life in heaven
She who revives for herself humans after death

G)   Intellectual attributes
1)   Morals/Justice
Lady of Ma’at

H)   Physical attributes
1)   Personal strength
Lady of strength
She with mighty heart
2)   Personal strength directed at enemies
The who fights the rebellion
5)   Body and Body parts
She who is standing on her tail
She with many colours
She with many forms
She with many faces
She who burns the ill-minded with her (flaming) eyes
She with broad throat
Lady of the two knees
She with ideal face
She whose curls cover her breasts
She with sharp claws
She with festive decorated cheek
She whose face glows in front of her father
She with glowing face

I)   Other attributes
1)   Weapons
She who shots her arrow against the enemies of Ra
2)   Clothes and jewelry
Lady of the red linen
Lady of the bandage

J)   Crown Goddess / Cobra
The cobra
The unique one, the ureaus of her father
She who lights up at the head of the horizontic one
Eater of fire
Ureaus
The right ureaus in her form
The great ureaus at the head of the horizontic one
The great ureaus at the head of the ennead
The ureaus in the house of the sistrum
The ureaus on the head of the one from who she emerged
The cobra of the one who created her
Cobra of her father
Cobra of the sun disc
She who is on the head of his sun disc
The white crown
The Upper Egyptian crown
Cobra of Ra

K)   Eye goddess
Eye of Ra
Eye of Ra in all his names
Eye of Ra at his head
Eye of Ra at the head of his father
Eye of Heru in the West
Udjat

L)   Ka, Ba, etc.
She with great power for the Ennead
Whose Ba is great among millions
She for who her Bas are felicitous
She whose Bas appear
She who makes her power greater than the one of the Gods
She who lets her Bas appear

M)   Acting Goddess
1)   Giving goddess
The woman who levies an army
2)   Punishing goddess
She who writes a decree of the year of terror against her enemy
She who causes with her flame a massacre against her enemy
She who defeats the rebels
She who burns Apep with the fiery breath of her mouth
She who burns the twisted hearted
She who burns the twisted hearted with her flame
She who burns the ill-minded with her (flaming) eyes
The flame who burns his (=Seth) companions
She who sends her knife demons against the enemies of Dendera
She who shots her arrow against the enemies of Ra
She who burns the rebels
She who defeats the Iuntiu
She who overthrows the enemies
She who destroys every enemy
She who burns the Ba of Seth with her coal pan at the place of execution
She who punishes the rebels
She who destroys the riot
She who burns the enemies
3)   Helping/beneficent Goddess
She who does good deeds
She who turns to the one who calls Her name
The one you call
She whose sight makes everyone live
Of her everyone lives
She who is giving life like Ra
She who revives for herself humans after death
She who keeps the two lands alive
She who answers pleas
4)   Protective Goddess
She who causes the protection of Wesir
She who causes the protection of Wesir in Abaton
She who causes the protection of all Gods
She who causes the protection of her brother in the nome of abaton
Lady of Protection
The 4 great Gods who cause the protection of Wesir
She who rescues all Gods
The protector
She who is satisfied with what she protects
She who protects her father
She who protects the Two Lands
She who wards of evil from humanity
The protection of Ra in the morning
She who protects her son
She who wards off all evil
6)   Happy Goddess
Lady of Joy
Lady of Jubilation
8)   Ordering Goddess
She who writes a decree of the year of terror against her enemy
She on whose order artistry became
9)   Other
She who embraces her son Heru in front of her
She who lets appear the statue of Sahure
She who crushes stone without the creation of dust
She who fills up the light-hole so that it cannot be (re)-opened
She who erects her net inside her sanctuary

N)   Receiving Goddess
1)   Worship
Lady of praise
2)   Offerings
She to whom one brings drops of the myrrh resin
3)   Other
She for whom one raises children

O)   Lordship
1)   Titles
The great ruler
The ruler
Queen of this house
The ruler, the mistress of rulers
7)   Crowns
Lady of the ureaus
Lady of the winding snake
Mistress of the white and red crown
8)   Throne
Lady of the thrones of the Two Lands
Lady of the seats
The perfect one on the throne

P)   Family
1)   Relationship
The eye of Ra on the head of his father
She who causes the protection of her brother in the nome of abaton
The unique one, the ureaus of her father
God’s mother
Mother of Skns
The ureaus on the head of the one from who she emerged
She who has been birthed by the moon on the 15th day of the lunar month in the night
The Lady of manifestations on top of the one who created her
Lady of massacres among the enemies of her father
The golden one of her mother
She who embraces her son Heru in front of her
The cobra of the one who created her
Cobra of her father
She who protects her father
Daughter of Wesir
Daughter of Ra
She who protects her son
The two sisters
The sisters
She who has power over the enemies of her son
She who unites with her brother Shu
She who exalts her father
She whose face glows in front of her father
2)   Family Status
The royal wife of Rhk

R)   Social/material position
1)   Beloved Goddess
Favorite of the two lords
Beloved
Beloved of her lord
Lady of kindness
She with pleasant life
The content one
She whose heart is pacified with music
She whose majesty is appeased through the deeds of Isden
The satisfied one
She who is content with the music making
Friend of the Gods
She whose majesty is pacified after the rage
The appeased one
2)   Respected Goddess
The very great one
She with great authority
She with many names
The great one
She with great moment
The very great and felicitous one
She whose Bas are great among millions
She with powerful esteem
The great noble one
The glorious and mighty one
The beautiful glorious one
She with glorious appearance in the place of silence
3)   Unique/hidden Goddess
The unique one in heaven
The unique one in Memphis
The unique one, the ureaus of her father
There is no one like her
She who is without equals
She who resembles no one
The unique mistress
She whose manifestations are secret
4)   Felicitous Goddess
She with great perfection
The golden one of her mother
The golden one of the gods
The beauty
She with beautiful entity
The perfect image
5)   Feared Goddess
There is no rapprochement to her
There is no defense like hers in heaven and on earth
She who is wetted with the blood of every evil one
The tilapia who causes the Gods to tremble
She who grabs the gods in their riot
She with great tremble
She who robs Wesir
The flame who eats was exists
The burning one
She who eats raw meat
She who eats what exists
She who eats as much as she pleases
She whose flame is great against her enemies
She who orders the dispatch
The great flaming one
She who fells hearts
She with cutting moment
Lady of the flame
Lady of the two flames
Lady of terror
Lady of terror in Bubastis
Lady of the flame on Bigga
Lady of the great flame
Lady of the great flame on Bigga
Lady of rage
Lady of heat
Lady of fear
Lady of each Sekhmet-Goddess
Lady of all Sekhmet-Goddesses
Lady of tremble
Lady of massacres among the enemies of her father
The burning one
The flame against her enemies
The fiery one
She who lights a fire which cannot be put out
She who sends the knife demons of the year
Mistress of fire
Chief of the shambles
She with fast messengers
She who is feared by the foreign lands because of her greatness
She with pointed flame
She whose fertility is directed against the hearts the gods
She who is with Djehuti so that he can pacify her
6)   Mighty/successful goddess
Life and death are under her control
She with great wonders in the Two Lands and in the foreign lands
The mighty one
Above her no Gods exists
Lady of All
Lady of all in heaven and on earth
Lady of all among the Gods
She who has power the evil one
She who has power over a million
She who has power over the enemy of her son
She who gas power over the enemies
The might one of all Sekhmet goddesses
She who has power over Seth
8)   Other material/social position
Lady
Lady of the great one
Lady of the lords
Lady of the goddesses
Lady of the husbands and widows
Lady of faces
Lady of Sahure
The felicitous mistress
Mistress of the gods
Mistress of all Gods
Mistress of all Sekhmet goddesses
Mistress of the noble women
Mistress of men and women
Confidant of her lord
She who is above all Gods
9)   Relations to other Gods
Horizon of Ra
Eye of Ra
Eye of Ra in all his names
Eye of Ra at his head
Eye of Ra at the head of his father
Eye of Heru in the West
She who causes the protection of Wesir
She who causes the protection of Wesir in Abaton
The great one behind Nun
Beloved of Ptah
Beloved of Sobek
The great ureaus at the head of the horizontic one
She whose majesty is appeased through the deeds of Isden
The manifestation of the mistress of the tombs
Protection of Ra in the morning
The first snhyt snake of Tatenen
She who pacifies Ra in his horizon
She who illuminates the palace for her Heru
Cobra of Ra
She who unites with Mut
She who is with Djehuti so that he can pacify her

S)   Jobs
1)   Judge
She who separates the two companions

T)   Temple and cult
1)   Festival
She for whom one makes a season festival
2)   Barque
Werethekau in the barque of millions
3)   Holy item
Lady of the Menit
Lady of the flag poles
Mistress of the sXm and sSSS sistra
Mistress of the sistrum

V)   Food
She who creates aliment
Lady of food
Lady of nourishment
Brew of the night

W)   Time
She who is in her year
She for whom one makes a season festival
She who writes a decree of the year of terror against her enemy
She who opens the perfect year for his (=year) lord
She who has been birthed by the moon on the 15th day of the lunar month in the night
Lady of days and months
Lady of the lands and the two times of day
She who is beautiful at noon
She who sends the knife demons of the year
Protection of Ra in the morning
Brew of the Night

X)   Identification with other Gods
Werethekau
Werethekau un the barque of millions
Maat, the great
Mut in the horizon of heaven
The great Menet
Nit
Nebet-Hetepet
The great Rat
Sekhmet in the house of Ra
Tefnut on Bigga

Y)   Other
Lady of carnelian
Lady of contentment of the two hearts
The Goddess
This Goddess
The great breath of Skndt
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Darytessekhmet on September 05, 2012, 10:41:05 pm
So, does this epithet "She who revives for herself humans after death" mean that Sekhmet makes zombies?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sekhmetnenek on September 24, 2012, 05:30:23 am
I was rather interested to hear that Sekhmet carries the epithet "Beloved of Sobek." Is there some mythological or historical connection between the two of Them? That would be very exciting to learn! :D

Edit: a quick Google search revealed that this was off of a statue found in the temple precinct of Mut at Karnak. Interesting! Does anyone know any more about Sekhmet and Sobek's connection?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: izabellsa on September 24, 2012, 11:51:19 am
I am looking for the info to back it up, but I believe at one point Sobek was added in with cult of Amun whos wife is said to be Mut. I know this was in a later period but it is a thought :) I will keep hunting for you.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sekhmetnenek on September 24, 2012, 11:58:45 am
Thank you, Izabellsa!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: izabellsa on September 24, 2012, 12:16:48 pm
Your Welcome
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Raheri on September 24, 2012, 09:32:49 pm
Quote from: Darytessekhmet
So, does this epithet "She who revives for herself humans after death" mean that Sekhmet makes zombies?

Probably so she can eat them later.

*looks around to make sure Sekhmet isn't looking*
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Nubwy on September 24, 2012, 09:59:26 pm
Quote from: Raheri
Quote from: Darytessekhmet
So, does this epithet "She who revives for herself humans after death" mean that Sekhmet makes zombies?

Probably so she can eat them later.

*looks around to make sure Sekhmet isn't looking*


nomnomnomnom
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Meresinepu on September 25, 2012, 11:22:55 am
Em hotep Tanebet! *henu*

Wow ..that is quite the research you put out there!  I'm amazed there are so many for each one ...with that being said ...has Yinepu already been done on this list?  I have not searched it yet but wanted to find out first?

Thank you guys ....awesome!

Senebty
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on September 25, 2012, 12:04:54 pm
I've done his, you can find them on Per Sabu. :)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 25, 2012, 12:29:36 pm
Quote from: Meresinepu
Em hotep Tanebet! *henu*

Wow ..that is quite the research you put out there!  I'm amazed there are so many for each one ...with that being said ...has Yinepu already been done on this list?  I have not searched it yet but wanted to find out first?

Thank you guys ....awesome!

Senebty


Em Hotep Rev. Meres *henu*

I am just translating the research of someone else   ;)
All epithets are taken from the LAGG, a lexicon which lists in 8 volumes epithets

And Bezenwepwy already mentioned that she translated the epithets of Yinepu.

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Siwy on September 26, 2012, 12:22:20 am
I've been curious as of late...Does Mom have any funerary titles?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 26, 2012, 11:52:59 am
The LAGG doesn't list any

but she has a few connected with life
Mistress of Life
She who gives life to the one walking on her path
Mistress of the breath of life
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: NebitBast on September 26, 2012, 11:58:59 am
I always connected Her title of Lady of the Ointment Jar to the funeral rites, but that's just me.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: NiankhSekhmet on December 05, 2012, 04:36:06 pm
A very impressive list! Thank you Tanebet and Nai!
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Meresinepu on December 05, 2012, 07:51:41 pm
Em hotep Bezenwepwy *henu*

Thank you so much for the link.  I've had a website for Yinepu for many many years on Homestead.com before they went under and asked folks to register domains or lose them.

I've been working on my site for a long time since then.  One of these days I'll get it back online.  I wanted to include as much about him as I could find out and share that with other people.  I'm very interested in the death and dying aspects as well.

I will not share your work or steal it for my own.  Appreciate your reply.  Have a great rest of the week.

Senebty
Meres
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Bezenwepwy on December 07, 2012, 04:07:46 am
Em hotep Meres,

I'm always more than happy to talk about jackal deities. Feel free to PM me any time and we can swap email addresses or instant messenger IDs? :) I also don't mind if you wanted to build on or discuss anything I've written on your own website. Open dialogue and the exchange of ideas is great, particularly when it comes to such a hugely complicated deity as Anup.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Vaalea on December 09, 2012, 01:48:00 pm
I have been curious for quite some months, and sadly none people knowledgeable of Kemet have gotten back to me on this one, so asking here-

Do any of you know of epithets of Serqet in Egyptian?

I've been longing to honor my Mother in some more uh, official way with calling Her, though search hasn't left me with much (other than word for Her being opener of breath / the windpipe, hetyt/hetu).

Thanks in advance!~
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on December 09, 2012, 05:00:20 pm
Em Hotep Vaalea *henu*

here are a few

Hnwt-pr-ankh: Mistress of the House of Life
Nbt-r3: Lady of the snake
Nbt-ankh: Lady of life
Hnwt-heka: Mistress of Heka
Nbt-Ma'at: Lady of Ma'at
Irt-Ra: Eye of Ra
Iart-Shpst: splendid cobra

Senebty
Tanebet
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Vaalea on February 11, 2013, 07:06:22 am
Em hotep Tanebet,

Thank you so, so much!

I'm very grateful for your reply and delighted to hear.
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Post by: Naisenu on April 07, 2013, 09:01:57 pm
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Itenumuti on April 08, 2013, 12:08:40 am
Hotep, Naisenu!

I myself love seeing the Kemetic translations as well as the English, for what it may be worth. :)
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Post by: Naisenu on April 20, 2013, 10:09:21 am
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: NebitBast on April 20, 2013, 03:06:47 pm
The links for these provide a program to install and I believe they contain a virus. Please remove these as I try to fix the damage done to my own computer.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Remenit on April 20, 2013, 03:34:27 pm
The download link (via requesting ticket) works fine, it does have some advertising links to some nasty stuff though. Didn't see any with opera with adblock, but did see on IE. Just a warning.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: TabauAmunet on April 21, 2013, 08:15:42 am
Squee!! Dua Amunet, The Lady of Heaven!

Thanks for sharing your hard work with us Nai!
Title: .
Post by: Naisenu on April 22, 2013, 11:48:48 am
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: NebitBast on April 22, 2013, 02:43:18 pm
I'm nervous to open them up again. There were some really weird programs installed onto my computer, but I cleaned them up quickly and thankfully there is no lasting damage done. I asked Mimi to send me the ones I wanted and they work fine.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Biaiensekhmet on May 20, 2013, 02:12:57 am
Quote from: Naisenu
I've uploaded a few more now. The complete list thus far (@ = I've translated them for myself with some minor help from Tanebet):
  • @ Banebdjedet (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Banebdjedet.pdf) @
  • @ Bast (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Bast%20Incomp.pdf) @ - This is incomplete as there is only one page visible to me
  • @ Iah (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Iah.pdf) @
  • @ Ra (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Ra.pdf) @
  • Ra-Heruakhety (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Ra-Heruakhety.pdf)
  • @ Wepwawet (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Wepwawet.pdf) @


your work so far it is amazing thank you and thank you for your wiki always helps me to clarify
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Maretemheqat on May 20, 2013, 07:56:38 pm
Naisenu,

The program asks you to create a free account in order to be able to download the file.

Thank you, but no thank you.

~Maret
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: MiMafdet on May 20, 2013, 09:01:08 pm
I uploaded them to my dropbox tonight. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11108439/N-HsA-H-H-A-WS-S-PSW-P.zip

Included:
Nut
Heru-sa-Aset
Heruakhety
Heqet
Amunet
Wesir-Sokar
Sekhmet
Ptah-Sokar-Wesir
Pakhet
(The same from Naisenu's post)
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Maretemheqat on May 20, 2013, 10:03:41 pm
Em Hotep,

Thank you Mimi!

~Maret
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tatjasobekra on June 17, 2013, 06:00:07 pm
I haven't seen a list for Sobek, so I wanted to see if I could start that up again? Please feel free to add on/take out.


He Who Makes the Herbage Green
He Who Greens the Two Banks
He Who Rose From Ancient Waters
The Rager/The Raging One
The White Toothed One
The Great Fish
Lord of Corpses (? Never saw this except on ONE questionable site so I don't know about this)
Lord of Waters
Lord of the Nile
Lord of the Marsh
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tatjasobekra on June 26, 2013, 02:21:41 pm
A few more for Sobek. The first few are more descriptors from what I've read, but I figured they'd make good epithets too.


Green of Plume
Watchful of Face
Raised of Brow
Lord of Semen
Lord of Bakhu
Lord of the Winding Waterway
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobekemiti on July 07, 2013, 05:46:09 am
@Suhet, those are about all the epithets I've got for Sobek as well. The only ones I can add are Lord of Kom Ombo and Lord of Faiyum/Crocodopolis.

The rest of the epithets I use for Him are UPG, based on how He appears to me. I haven't had the time, skills, or patience to translate Sobek's epithets from the LAGG, though, because I'd otherwise love to have a full list of His epithets for my Sobek site, Per Sebek (http://persebek.wordpress.com/). But yeah. It's too big a job for me.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tatjasobekra on July 07, 2013, 03:27:20 pm
LAGG? Maybe it's meant to be a joint project. :D
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on July 07, 2013, 04:06:53 pm
LAGG is short for Lexikon der ägyptischen Götter und Götterbezeichnungen
A German lexicon in 8 volumes which only lists epithets
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobekemiti on July 07, 2013, 09:49:20 pm
What Tanebet said. Some of the lists of epithets in this thread are translations from the LAGG for particular gods.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Shukheperas_ankhi on August 01, 2013, 01:45:45 am
I went ahead and tried to see how I would do translating some of Khepera's epithets from the LAGG.  I haven't finished yet, but I figured I'd post what I've accomplished this evening to start with.  I don't know German at all, so I've just been trying to work with different dictionaries.  Corrections/suggestions are definitely welcome.  I typed up the Kemetic and the German, as well as my translations - keep in mind that I'm not familiar at all with how the Kemetic should be written, I just copied it straight from the page as it was shown to me.  


A. Cosmos

1. Sky/Horizon
Imy-3htyw : Der unter den Horizontischen ist -  He Who is Under the Horizon
Ir-pt : Der den Himmel erschafft - He Who Creates the Sky (or Heaven?)
Pr-m-Nwn-r-nnt : Der aus dem Nun zum Himmel aufsteigt - He Who Rises from Nun to the Sky (or Heaven)
Psd-m-3ht : Der am Horizont leuchtet - He who Shines on the Horizon
Mh-pt-t3-m-nkr : Der den Himmel und die Erde mit Goldstaub fullt - He who fills the sky and earth with gold dust
      Nmt-hrt-m-py : Der den Himmel als Flügelskarabaus durch-zieht - He who moves through the sky as a winged scarab
Htp-m-dw3t-r-ht-nnt : Der in der Unterwelt am Leib der Himmelsgottin ruht - He who rests in the underworld in the body of a sky goddess
It-m-3ht : Der am Horizont erscheint - He who appears on the horizon
      D3-hrt : Der den Himmel überquert -  He who crosses the sky

2.  Sun
I3hw :  Der Leuchtende - The Shining
Wbn-m-i3btt : Der im Osten aufgeht - He who rises in the east
Wbn-m-B3hw : Der im Ostgebirge aufgeht - He who rises in the Eastern Lands (not sure on this one)
Wbn-m-T3-wr : Der in Abydos aufgeht - He who rises in Abydos
Wbnny : Der zum Aufgang Gehörende (?) - He who belongs on the rise (just guessing, this one is marked with a ? in the book)
Psd-m-3ht : Der am Horizont leuchtet (repeated) -  He who shines on the Horizon
Psd-m-nbw : Der in/als Gold leuchtet - He who is the gold light
Psd-m-nbwt : Der aus der Goldenen aufleuchtet - He who is from the Golden lights
Psd-m-nhpw : Der am Morgen aufleuchtet - He who is the light in the morning
Psd-m-di-mrt : Der am Himmel erstrahlt - He who shines in the sky
Mh-pt-t3-m-nkr : Der den Himmel und die Erde mit Goldstaub fullt - He who fills the heaven and earth with gold(dust)
Hsr-kkw-m-itn.f-nfr : Der die Dunkelheit mit seiner schonen Sonnenscheibe vertreibt - He who distributes the darkness with his beautiful sundisk (guessing it might be something other than distribute)
S'nh-t3-m-im3w.f : Der das Land mit seinem Glanz am Leben erhalt -
Shd-t3wy : Der die beiden Lander erhellt - He who illuminates (or brightens) the land
Shd-t3wy-idbw-n-stwt.f : Der die beiden Lander unde die Ufer mit seinen Strahlen erhellt - He who illuminates the Two Lands with His rays
Shd-t3wy-m-nfrw.f : Der die beiden Lander mit seiner Schonheit erhellt - He who illuminates the Two Lands with His beauty
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on September 10, 2013, 06:54:44 am
here are some corrections

1. Sky/Horizon
Imy-3htyw : Der unter den Horizontischen ist - He Who is
below the horizontic one

Htp-m-dw3t-r-ht-nnt : Der in der Unterwelt am Leib der Himmelsgottin ruht - He who rests in the duat at the body of the Sky Goddess

2. Sun
I3hw : Der Leuchtende - The Shining One
Wbn-m-B3hw : Der im Ostgebirge aufgeht - He who rises in the Eastern Mountains
Wbnny : Der zum Aufgang Gehörende (?) - He who belongs to the rise (?)
Psd-m-nbw : Der in/als Gold leuchtet - He who shines like/in gold
Psd-m-nbwt : Der aus der Goldenen aufleuchtet - He who lights up out of the golden one
Psd-m-nhpw : Der am Morgen aufleuchtet - He who lights up in the morning
Hsr-kkw-m-itn.f-nfr : Der die Dunkelheit mit seiner schonen Sonnenscheibe vertreibt - He who repells the darkness with his beautiful sun disc
S'nh-t3-m-im3w.f : Der das Land mit seinem Glanz am Leben erhalt - He who keeps the land alive with his brightness
Shd-t3wy : Der die beiden Lander erhellt - He who illuminates (or brightens) the Two Lands
Shd-t3wy-idbw-n-stwt.f : Der die beiden Lander unde die Ufer mit seinen Strahlen erhellt - He who illuminates the Two Lands and the banks with His rays
Shd-t3wy-m-nfrw.f : Der die beiden Lander mit seiner Schonheit erhellt - He who illuminates the Two Lands with His beauty
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Mehinefertemra on March 19, 2014, 07:41:12 pm
Sorry if these have been posted before:

Some of Shezmu's:

"Lord of the Laboratory"

"Lord of Slaughter"

“Overthrower of the Wicked at the Block”

“Fierce of Face”

"Master of the Perfumery"

“Lord of the Blood”

“Headsman of Osiris”

“God of the Wine Press”

“Slaughterer of Souls”
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: MiMafdet on May 04, 2014, 11:45:24 am
Shezmu

A. Cosmos
2. Sun He with shining rays for the ennead
He who let the rays come into existence for the ennead

B. Topography
2. Locations He who makes Mesen pleasant

3. Countries, regions, people
Lord of Punt
Lord of the God land
He who collects the tributes in the two God lands

4. Sanctuaries
Lord of the Laboratory
The great god in the laboratory
Chief of the laboratory
Chief of the Great House (Upper Egyptian sanctuary)
Chief of the House in which the divine effluxes of Wesir are buried
Chief of the House of Cloth
Chief of the Gold House He who makes the scent of the temple pleasant
He who censes the Great Seat
He who makes the laboratory festive for the falcon of the Golden One
The magnificent power at the Throne of Ra

8. Other
He who is in tipAd (?)
Lord of Heru’s slaughtering place

C. Fauna/Flora
1. Animals
The grim lion
The great bull
Bull of the great Ra

E. Development
2. Creator/Mother Goddess
He who let the rays come into existence for the ennead

H. Physical attributes
1. Personal strength
He with great heart
He with extending arm
The courageous one
He who is courageous with his arm
He with great power
He with powerful arm
5. Body and body parts
He with skilled fingers
He with a skilled hand when doing his work
He with skilled hands
He with a skilled pair of fingers He with skilled fingers
He with skilled hands He with pure hands

I. Other Attributes
1. Weapons
He with sharp knives
He with red knives

M. Acting God
1. Giving/equipping/offering God
He who burns incense from Punt
He who equips the laboratory in perfection
He who presents the Lady of Rechit with the items of her wishes
He who makes the scent of the temple pleasant
He who makes the ointment festive
He who gives Myrrh to the Great One (female)

2. Punishing God
He who knives the body of the evil one
He who beats the enemy
He who beats the rebels
He who cuts the Oryx antelope into pieces
He who offers the ones with a bended heart as sacrifice
He who kills the bodies of the rebels
He who kills the wild animals of the desert
He who kills every wild animal of the desert
He who overthrows the enemies He who overthrows his enemies
He who overthrows the rebels

10. Other
He who collects the tributes in the two God lands
He who makes the scent of the divine winged scarab pleasant
He who makes the scent of the Goddesses pleasant
He who makes the scent of the one who created his body pleasant
He who makes the ointment pleasant
He who makes it pleasant for the Gods with their scent
He who makes it pleasant for Gods and Goddesses with their scent
He who makes it pleasant for Goddesses with their scent
He who makes the Hekenu oil pleasant
He who makes it pleasant for the higher powers with the work of his arms
He who makes the fighter for the (female) ruler pleasant
He who lets the Gods feel festive with their scent
He who satisfies the Gods with the sweat of their flesh (=ointment)
He who satisfies the Gods with the sweat of their body (=ointment)
He who satisfies the Gods and Goddesses with his work
He who appeases the divine powers with meat pieces of the rebels

O. Lordship
1. Title
The Upper Egyptian King Ruler of the God’s land

P. Family
1. Relatives
The one born by Nut
He was born by Nut
Son of Nut
Son of Ra
Son of Geb

Q. Creation/Origin
He who has been created by the divine powers

R. Social/Material position
2. Respected God The Great One

5. Feared/violent God
The slaughterer Chief of the shambles
He who is powerful in his fertility

6. Powerful/successful God
He who has power over his enemies
He with august power

8. Other
The Oldest One

9. Relationship to other Gods
He who cooks the magnificent ointment for the lord of the white crown
He who cooks the ointment for the Eye of Ra
He who cooks the ointment for Khenti-Amentiu
Lord of Heru’s slaughtering place
He who presents the Lady of Rechit with the items of her wishes
He who glorifies the Eye of Ra with its fragrance
He who glorifies the Golden One, the Mistress of Dendera with her fragrance
The dismemberer of Wesir
He who perfects the scent of Behedety
He who makes the scent of the divine winged scarab pleasant
He who makes is pleasant for the Golden One, the Lady of Dendera with her scent
He who pleases the Golden One with what she loves
He who makes the Eye of Ra festive with his scent
He who makes the laboratory festive for the falcon of the Golden One
He who makes festive the Golden One of the Gods according to her wish
He who satisfies the Eye of Ra with what emerges from him
He who pleases the mighty one with meat pieces
He who gives Myrrh to the Great One (female)
Bull of the great Ra

S Functions
2. Priest
Stolist

6. Other
He will skilled arms
He with radiating arms when working in the laboratory
He who is with ladanum Chief of the ointment makers
He with ointment on his arms
He with felicitous ointment on his arms
He who cooks ointment
He who cooks ointment in purity
He who cooks splendid ointment for the body of God
He who cooks the magnificent ointment for the lord of the white crown
He who cooks ointment for the Eye of Ra
He who cooks ointment for the great Ennead
He who cooks every ointment for the God Things (=Body parts of Wesir)
He who cooks the ointment for Khenti-Amentiu
The ointment cook
He in whose hand the Hekenu oil is He whose hbbt vessels are filled with the God scent
He who mixes the Hekenu oil for the Gods
He who cooks the ointment

T. Temple and cult
1. Rite
He who glorifies the Eye of Ra with its fragrance
He who glorifies the Eye of Ra with its fragrance
He who glorifies the Golden One, the Mistress of Dendera with her fragrance
He who censes the Great Seat

4. Barques
He who is in ndwt boat

U. Cult of the Dead
1. Embalmment
He who burns incense from Punt
He who cooks every ointment for the God Things (=Body parts of Wesir)

Y. Other Lord of the ointment

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Thank you, Tanebet, for these translations for Mi! :)

Here is a list of what's been posted in this thread thus far:
Amun (some)
Sokar-Wesir (some)
Ma'ahes (some)
Ptah-Sokar-Wesir
Heru-Sa-Aset
Ra-Heru-Akhety/Heruakhety
Pakhet/Pachet
Wadjet
Ra/Re
Banebdjedet
Bast (some)
Iah
Wepwawet
Mut
Nut
Heqat (includes Heqat-Nut)
Wesir-Sokar
Sekhmet
Khepera (some)
Shezmu

My apologies if I've marked some as incomplete, if they're complete. It was a quick browse-through. Feel free to correct Mi if I'm wrong.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Seta on May 04, 2014, 07:03:52 pm
Are there any listed for Ash?  If not Ash, Set?

Thank you to all of you who have access to and translate these titles for the rest of us to read.
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tanebet on May 05, 2014, 06:32:08 am
no entry with categories for Ash,

Seth has 4 pages, I am surprised that he doesn't have more
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Senuwierneheh on May 06, 2014, 06:05:34 am
Em Hotep!

I've been researching titles of Ptah.  My first go-to source, Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt, by Richard Wilkinson gives a few. "Honourific titles such as nefer-her 'merciful of face' or neb-ma'at, 'lord of truth' are often given to the god in inscriptions, but epithets extolling the god as a hearer of prayers seem to have had particular significance. Many votive stelae have been found in the area of Ptah's temple at Memphis and elsewhere in Egypt carved with representations of human ears and dedicated to the god as mesedjer-sedjem, 'the ear which hears, who would hear the petitions of his devotees." (Page 124)

I've seen nefer-her translated in various ways. In addition to "merciful of face", I've seen "beautiful of face", "perfect of face", "fair of face", and "gracious of countenance".

A statue at the Penn museum has inscriptions:
 "Two vertical columns on the dorsal pillar, broken at the top, can be reconstructed to read: '[Ptah, lord of truth], great of strength, [upon his great throne;, beneficent, he who gives birth to crafts.' These are standard epithets of Ptah, duplicated on contemporary petition stelae left by private individuals in his temple precinct at Memphis."
Searching for Ancient Egypt: Art, Architecture and Artifacts, David Silverman, editor, page 48

As with Thoth, Ptah also has a Reconciling Reputation. "Horus and Seth 'were reconciled and united...their quarreling ceased...being joined in the House of Ptah...'" (from the Shabako Stone, quoted by Simson Najovits in "Egypt, Trunk of the Tree", (Algora Publishing, 2003), page 191)

"And so all the gods and their kas assembled together for him (the god Ptah). The Peaceful and Reconciling One (a name of Ptah) was lord of the two lands." (Memphite Theology as quoted by John Gwyn Griffiths in The Origins of Osiris and His Cult, (Brill, 1980), page 160)

I've been wondering how Ptah's titles would be written in hieroglyphs, and fortunately, a linear drawing of a stela at the British museum has come to my aid:

http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details/collection_image_gallery.aspx?assetId=230337&objectId=121154&partId=1

I was able to figure out some of the glyphs:
http://joanannlansberry.com/other/ptah/titles-bm.png

I notice in the glyphs for 'great', there is the bread loaf 't', which is usually a feminine addition, 'weret', instead of just 'wer'.  Possibly among all the other balanced attributes of Ptah, he is balancing genders too, and is considered androgynous?

Meresankh
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: IbuPtah on May 07, 2014, 11:57:41 am
Em hotep, Meresankh

Most of the creator gods have some sort of androgynous characteristics.

Ptah most definitely has some androgynous attributes In his primeval creator aspect, he is shown as Ptah-Tatenen, which represents the primordial mound risen out of the waters of Nun upon which all creation took place. Tatenen would have to be shown as androgynous since he came into existance before there was even a gender divison.

I have even seen Ptah's title "beautiful of face" refer to his androgynous beauty.

On the Shabaka stone, in what has become known as the Memphite Theology, forms of Ptah are listed as "Ptah-Nun, the father who begat Atum, Ptah-Naunet, the mother who begat Atum"

In the reading on the stela in the British Museum, however, you need to look to the end of the line before "weret" (right in front of the hands of the man making offerings) and you will see the throne sign, along with a bread loaf t and a house or enclosure sign, which, in combination with the "great" on the next line makes s.t wr.tor "the Great Place" whcih is a way of referencing both the necropolis as well as the afterlife in general.

Senebty,
~Ibu
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Senuwierneheh on May 09, 2014, 08:09:17 am
Thank you for that info, IbuPtah!

Meresankh
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobekemiti on May 18, 2014, 10:53:13 pm
ALright, so I've been having a go at translating Sobek's epithets from the LAGG, because I figured no one else would get around to it. I don't know German at all, so I've been getting by with Google Translate. I know Egyptian better than German, though, which does help to a certain extent in making sense of some of the translations.

Anyway, I've done two pages now, and before I continue on, I'd really appreciate it if someone could check my translations, because there are some I just can't make sense of.

Page 627
A - Cosmos
1 - Horizon/Heavens
...?...-m-Axt - Der zum/am/im horizont...?... - The [one] on/at/in the horizon...
Ir-pt - Der den himmel erschafft - Who created the sky
aX-pt-n-bA.f - Der den Himmel fur seinen Ba erhebt -  Whose ba rises to heaven?
aX-r-ryt - Der zum Himmel fliegt - who flies to the skies
Wbn-m-aXt - Der im horizont aufgeht - who rises in the horizon
Wbn-m-nnt - Der am unteren Himmel aufgeht - who rises in the lower sky?
Wbn-m-Hrt - Der im himmel aufgeht - Who rises in the sky?
Wr-n-pt - Der Grosse des himmels - Great in Heaven?
WTs-sw-m-Nwn-r-nnt - Der sich vom urgewasser zum himmel erhebt - who rises from the primeval waters to heaven
Na-pty-m-HkAw.f - Der die beiden Hummel mit seiner Zauberkraft befahrt - who drives on/travels on the two bumblee with his magic power? (Really not sure about this one)
Nb-AXt - Der Herr des Horizontes - Lord of the Horizon
Nb-pt - Der Herr des himmels - Lord of the sky
hn.f-m-hAyt - Dessen Kopf im Himmel ist - whose head is in heaven
HkA-pt - Der Herrscher des Himmels - the ruler of heaven
sXm-pt - Die Macht des Himmels - the power of heaven
sXm-n-gbt - Die Macht des Himmels - the power of heaven
dm-pt-m-Swty.fy - Der den Himmel mit seiner Doppelfederjrone durchschneidet - Who cuts through the sky with his double-feathered crown

2. Sun.
Wbn - Der Aufgehende - who rises?
Wbn-m-AXt - der im horizont aufgeht- who rises on the horizon
Wbn-m-iAbtt-Xpp-m-imntt - Der im Osten aufgeht und im Westen untergeht - who rises in the east and sets in the west
Wbn-iwty-gnnt.f-n-ntrw-spAwt - Der Aufgehende, dessen Schwache nicht fur die Gotter der Gaue bestimmt ist - The rising, whose weakness is not intended for the gods of the nomes?
Wbn-m-Nwn - Der im Nun/Urwasseer aufgeht - Who rises in the Nun/water[s of Nun]?
Wbn-m-nnt - der am unteren himmel aufgeht - who rises in the lower sky
Wbn-m-nty - der als Krokodil erscheint - who appears as a crocodile
Wbn-m-Hrt - Der in himmel aufgeht - who rises in [the] sky
PA-nty-itn.f-m-xaw.f - der, dessen sonnenscheibe bei ihrem aufgehen ist - the one whose sundisc is absorbed in her?
PA-nty-wbn.f-m-nwn - Der, der aufgeht im Nun - He who comes up/rises in the Nun
Pr-itnwy-m-xaw-n-irty.fy - Die beiden scheiben kommen hervor als Erscheinun (oder: aus dem hugel) seiner beiden Augen - the two discs come out as a phenomenon (or, from the hill) its two eyes
PsD-m-imAw - Der im lichtglanz leuchtet - the light shines in the luster
PsD-m-wDAty.fy - Der mit seinen beiden Udjataugen leuchtet - who lights up with his two Udjat Eyes
PsD-m-nt - Der in der Flut aufleuchtet - who lights in the flood
Nty-di-Xa-Ra - Der die Sonne erscheinen lasst - who makes the sun shine
sHD-pr-sbk-m-stwt.f - Der den Tempel des Sobek mit seinen Strahlen erhellt - who illuminates Temple of Sobek with its rays
sHD-Nbty - Der Kom Ombo erleuchtet - who illuminates Kom Ombo
sHD-ndb - der die Erde erleuchtet - who illuminates the Earth
sHD-tAwy-m-Axty-m-kkw - Der die beiden lander erhellt, die in dunkelheit waren - the two countries is evident that were in darkness
THn-Xaw - der mut glanzender Ercheinung - He with the shiny appearance

3. Moon:
bs-m-pt-tp-Abd - Der am monatsanfang am himmel hervorkommt - who comes forth from the sky at the beginning of the month
Pr-itnwy-m-Xaw-n-irty.fy - Die beiden scheiben kommen hervor als Erscheinung (oder: aus dem Hugel) seiner beiden Augen - the two disks come out as a manifestation of (or from the hill) of His two eyes

5. Wind
Pr-tAw-m0rA.f-mHyt-fnd.f - Aus dessen Mund der Wind un aus dessen Nase der Nordwind kommt <- I can't make sense of this one.
Xp-n.f-TAw-nDm - Dem der susse lufthauch begegnet - who responds to the sweet air?

6. Water
Imy-rA-Hnt - Der vorsteher des Feuchtgebietes - the head of the wetland
Imn-m-Nwn - Der im urgewasser verborgen ist - Who is hidden in the primeval waters
Wbn-m-...?... - Der in ...?... erscheint - the in ...?... appears?
Wbn-m-Nwn - Der im Nun/Urwasser aufgeht - Who rises in the Nun/water
Wn-m-qAb-nt - Der inmitten der Flut ist - He is in the midst of the flood
WTs-sw-m-Nwn-r-nnt - Der sich vom Urgewasser zum himmel erhebt - Who rises from the primeval waters to heaven
BXs-nfr-m-HAt-MHt-wrt - das schone Kalb vor der grossen Flut - the beautiful calf before the great flood
PA-nty-wbn.f-m-Nwn - Der, der aufgeht im Nun - he who rises in the Nun
Pr-m-Nwn - Der aus dem Nun herauskommt - who comes out of the Nun
Pr-m-Nwn-wr - Der aus dem grossen Nun hervorkommt - who comes forth from the great Nun
PsD-m-nt - Der in der flut aufleuchtet - Who illuminates in the flood?
Nwn-r-Aw-Xr-aXmw.f - Mit dessen Aibbildugen/Krokodilen das ganze urwasser gefullt ist - with its illustrations? / crocodiles all water is filled?
Nb-nt - Der Herr der Flut - the Lord of the Flood
Rdi-n.f-Hapyw - Dem die Flusslaufe gegeben sind - the river courses are given?
Xa-m-Nwn - Der im Nun erscheint - the appears in the Nun
...?...-Xaw-...?...-nty-Nwn - ...?...
Xnty-Nwn - Der vorsteher des urwassers - head of the primeval waters
swt-Nwn - Dem der Nun gehort - who[m] belongs [to?] the Nun
sXm-pHty-m-nwy - Der mit machtiger Kraft im Wasser - the one with mighty power in the water
QmA-nwn - Der den Nun erschafft - Who creates the Nun?
Grg-tA-m-Nwn - Der das Land aus dem Urgewasser grundet - who founds the country from the primeval waters
DA-Nwn - Der den Nun durchfahrt - who travels/passes through the Nun?

7. Earth/World
Iry-tA - Der wachter der Erde - the guardian of the Earth
Ir-tA - Der die Erde erschafft - who created the Earth
anX-ta-m-rA-awy.fy - Durch dessen arbeit die Erde lebt - the Earth lives through His work?
aX-r-Hpty - Der dis zum Ende der Welt fliegt - flying until the end of the world?
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Sobekemiti on May 18, 2014, 10:54:44 pm
Page 629
End of Part B: Topography: section 2, Place names
(Google Books won't give me page 628)
...
Hry-ib-tw-m-itrw - Der inmitten von Imiotru ist - who is amidst Imiotru
Hry-ib-Ipt-swt - Der inmitten von Karnak ist - Who is amidst Karnak
Hry-ib-Mr-nfr - Der inmitten von Mr-Nfr ist - Who is amidst Mer Nefer
Hry-ib-Nbyt - Der inmitten Kom Ombo ist - Who is amidst Kom Ombo
Hry-ib-NXb - Der inmitten Elkab ist - Who is amidst Elkab
Hry-ib-NTrw - Der inmitten Behbeit el-Hagar ist - Who is amidst Behbeit el-Hagar
Hry-ib-NTrw-Sm - Der inmitten Koptos ist - Who is amidst Koptos
Hry-ib-Xny - Der inmitten Gebel es-Silsileh ist - Who is amidst Gebel es-Silsileh
Hry-ib-swnw - Der inmitten Aussuan ist - Who is amidst Aswan?
Hry-ib-Sdr - Der inmitten Krokodilopolis ist - Who is amidst Crocodilopolis
Hry-ib-Gsy - Der inmitten Qus ist - Who is amidst Qus
HqA-Nxn - Der herrscher von Hierakonopolis - The ruler of Hierakonopolis
HqA-XAsww - Der Herrscher von Xois - The ruler of Xois
Htp-Hn-Sps-m-Xmnw - Der mit Schepsi in Hermopolis ruht - Who rests with Schepsi in Hermopolis
Xnty-Iwnw - Der vorsteher von Heliopolis - the head of heliopolis
Xnty-Pr-Xnt - Der vorsteher des Hauses des Anfangs (Kom Ombo) - the head of the house of the beginning
sHD-Nbyt - Der Kom Ombo erleuchtet - Who illuminates Kom Ombo?

3, Land, Regions, and Names of Nations?
Ir-tA-S - Der das Fayum erschafft - who creates the Fayum
Ity-tAwy - der Herscher der Beiden Lander - Ruler of the Two Lands
IT-tawy-m-nXt.f - Der von den beiden Landern durch seine Starke Besitz ergreift - Takes possession of the Two Lands with His strength?
aA-Hrty-m-Smaw-MHw - der mit grossem Schrecken on Ober- und Unteragypten - [rules?] with the great terror in Upper and Lower Egypt
WD-nfr-n-Smaw-MHw - der gute Befehlshaber von ober- und unteragypten - the good commander? of Upper and Lower Egypt
Bity-MHw - der Konig von Unteragypten - the King of Upper Egypt
Bia-nTrw-apr-Xr-sStA.f - Mit dessen Gestalt das Agypten der Gotter ausgestatten ist - with its shape the Egypt of the Gods is equipped - nfi
Ba-H-tAwy - Der die beiden Lander uberflutet - the innundation of the Two Lands?
BaH-tAwy-m-nfrw.f - der die beiden lander mut seiner vollkommentheit uberflutet - He who perfects the flooding of the Two lands?
BaH-tAwy-m-rDw.f - der die beiden lander mit seinem ausfluss uberflutet - Who floods the Two Lands with His semen?
PA-nb-tAwy - der Herr der beiden lander - Lord of the Two Lands
PAwty-tAwy - Der urzeitliche der beiden lander - The primordial? of the Two Lands
Nb-Pwnt - Der Herr von Punt - the Lord of Punt
Nb-nbwt - Der Herr der Korblander - Lord of the ...
Nb-Smaw - Der Herr von Oberagypten - Lord of Upper Egypt?
Nb-tA-sty - Der Herr von Nubien - Lord of Nubia
Nb-tA-S - Der Herr des Fayums - Lord of the Fayum
Nb-TA-Smaw - Der Herr von Oberagyptien - Lord of Upper Egypt
Nsw-Smaw - der Konig von Oberagyptien - King of Upper Egypt
hmhmt.f-Hr-mAc-m-Tnwy - Dessen Gebrull in den beiden Ufer-gebieten (=agypten) brennt - burns? its roar/bellowing? in the two rivers of Egypt
Hw-pDwt-psDt - Der die Neunbogenvolker schlagt - the nine nations/peoples bow strikes?
Hry-ib-TA-sty - der inmitten von Nubien ist - who is in the midst of Nubia
Hry-ib-TA-S - der inmiten des Fayum ist - who is in the midst of the Fauym
HqA-n.f-nst-nt-Smaw-MHw - der fur sich auf dem Thron von Ober- und Unteragyptien herrscht - Reigns for himself on the thrones of Upper and Lower Egypt
HqA-tA-nTr - Der herrscher des Gotteslandes - ruler of the god's land?
HqA-tAwy-m-pHty.f - Der die beiden Lander mut seiner Kraft beherrscht - who dominates the Two Lands with his strength
Xnty-irrty - Der vorsteherder beiden heiligtumer - the ruler of the two sanctuaries/shrines?
Hnty-Smaw-MHw - Der vorsteheher von Ober- un Unteragypten - the head of Upper and Lower Egypt
sanX-n.f-tAy-m-prt.f - Der fur sich die beiden Lander mit seinen Frchten am Leben halt - His fruits keep the Two Lands alive?
snT-tAwy-Dww-XAswt - Der Die beiden Lander, die Berge un die Wusten grundet - He founds the Two Lands from the mountains to the deserts
snD.f-m-tAwy - Dessen Furcht in den bieden landern ist - who is feared in the Two Lands
sHD-tAwy-m-AXty.fy - Der die beiden Lander mut seinen Glanzaugen erhellt - He brightens the Two Lands with His Eyes
sHD-tAwy-wnwy-m-kkw - Der die beiden lander erhelt, die in dunkeheilt waren - the Two Lands receives those who were in darkness?
sXpr-wADwAd-n-TA-meri - Der die grunen Pflanzen Agyptens entstechen lasst  He who gives rise to the green plants of Egypt
sdA-tAwy-n-Hryt.f - Vor dessen Schrecken die beiden Lander zittern - before whom the Two Lands tremble
QmA-wnnt-nbt-m-tA-pn - Der alles existierende auf der diser Erde (=Agypten) erschafft - who creates all that exists on the Earth?
Grg-tA-pn-m-nfrw.f - Der dieses Land mit seiner Vollkommenheit grundet - who establishes the country with his perfection
Grg-tAwy - Der die beiden lander grundet - who establishes the Two Lands
tawy-nbw-Xr-sXrw.f - Unter dessen Planen die Gesamtheit der beiden lander besteht - Under his plan is the whole of the Two Lands

4. Sanctuaries
iry-aA-rsy-n-Hwt-bnbn - Der Wachter der Sudlichen Ter des Benbenhauses - Guardian of the Southern Door of the Benben House?
Ir-n.f-Hwt-irw - Fur den das Haus der Gestalt (Bezeichnung des Tempels oder eines Raumes in Kom Ombo) errichtet wird  - is for the house of the form (name of the temple or a room in Kom Ombo) built?
Wr-nrw-m-st-wrt - Der mit grossen Schrecken ad der grossen Statte - the one with great terror of the great site/place?
WDa-nTrwy-m-wsXy-aAt - Der die beiden Gotter in der grossen Halle richtet - the two gods aligned in the great hall
Nb-aH-wr - Der Herr des grossen Palastes - The Lord of the Great Palace
Nb-bXn - Der Herr des Turms - The Lord of Turms
Nb-fAw-m-st-wrt - Der Herr des Ansehens an dem grossen Ort - Lord of the reputation of the great place?
Nb-Hwt-irw - Der Herr des Hauses der Gestalt (Bezeichnung des Tempels oder eines Raumes in Kom Ombo) Lord of the House of the Form?
Nb-Hwt-blk - Der Herr des Hauses des Falken - Lord of the Hawk/Falcon House
Nb-Hwt-sr - Der Herr des Furstenhauses - Lord of the Princely House
Nb-Hwwt - Der Herr des Hauser - Lord of the Houses?
Nb-Xtyw - Der Herr des Terasse - Lord of the Terrace
Nb-sH - Der Herr des Zeltes - Lord of the Tent
Nb-knH - Der Herr des Kappelle - Lord of the Chapel
Hry-ib-aH - Der sich inmitten des Palastes befindet - Who is amidst the palace
hry-ib-Hwt-aAt - Der inmitten des grossen Hauses ist - who is amidst the Great House
Hry-ib-st - der inmitten des sitzes ist - who is in the middle of the Seat?
Xmw-X-smn.f - Mit dessen Abbild die Heilftumer verschen sind - whose images are given away in the sanctuaries?
xnty-itrty-Smaw-mHw - Der vorsteher der heiligtumer von ober- and unteragypten
Xnty-aH-wr - Der Vorsteher des grossen Palastes - ruler of the great palace
Xnty-pr-Gb - Der Vorsteher des Hauses des Geb - ruler of the house of Geb
Xnty-Hwt-irw  - Der Vorsteher des Hauses der Gestalt - ruler of the house of the form?
Xnty-Hwt-Nbty  - Der Vorsteher des Temples von Kom Ombo - ruler of the Temple of Kom Ombo
Xnty-Hwt-nTr - Der Vorsteher des Temples - Ruler of the Temple
Xnty-Hwt-Rwty  - Der Vorsteher des Hauses des Löwenpaares - Ruler of the house of the lions?/lion pair?
Xnty-Hwwt-sd - Der Vorsteher des der sedfesthäuser - ruler of the Sed Festival houses
Xnty-st-wrt  - Der Vorsteher des grossen Sitzes - ruler of the great seat
Xnty-st-Xdb.tw-Sth-m-aqA-n-nTrt-tn - Der Vorsteher des Ortes, an dem Seth im Angesicht dieser Göttin getötet wird - the ruler of the place where Set is killed in the sight of this goddess
sA-Wsir-m-pr-kA - Der schutz des Osiris im hohen haus - who protects Wesir in the high house
sHb-prw-nTrw-m-nfrw.f - Der die Göttertempel mit seiner Vollkommenheit festlich asstattet - the god's temple festively furnished in its perfection?
sHd-pr-Sbk-m-stwt.f - Der den Temple des Sobek mit seinen strahlen erhellt - who illuminates the Temple of Sobek in its beam?
sDfA-Xmw - Der die Heiligtumer speist - who fed the sanctuaries
stA-irw.f-m-Hwt-bnbn  - Dessen gestalt geheim ist im Benben-haus - whose form is a secret in the benben house
Gsw-prw-Xr-aXmw.f  - Mit dessen Abbildern die Temple ausgestatted sind - with whose images the temples are fitted?
Dsr-sStA-,-gsw-pr - Der mit erhabener Gestalt in den Tempeln - whose image is raised in the temples?
5. Waters:
Wnm-sbiw-m-S.f - der die Feinde in seinem See frisst - who eats the enemies in His lake
PXr-Sn-r-Dr-ib.f - Der den Ozean nach seinem Belieben durchzeiht - who crosses/traverses the oceans at His pleasure
Nb-ISrw - Der Herr von Isrw (Mut-Bezirk in Karnak) - Lord of Isheru?
Nb-an-wr - Der Herr des am-wr-Gewassers/Kanals - Lord of the Waters?
Nb-WAD-wr - Der Herr des grossen Grunen - Lord of the Great Green
Nb-Hapwy - Der Herr dr Flusslaufe - Lord of the Rivers
Nb-Hw - Der Herr (des Kanals) Hw - Lord of Hw
Nb-sSm - Der Herr des sSm-Sees - Lord of the Seshem Lake
Nb-S - Der Herr des Seelandes (= Faiyum) - Lord of the Lakes
Nb-n-S - Der Herr des Sees -Lord of the Lake
Nb-S-n-XA - Der Herr des Messersees - Lord of the Knife Lake?
Hry-ib-Isrw - Der inmitten des Ischeru-Gewassers ist - Who is in the midst of the waters of Isheru
Hry-ib-WAD-wr - der inmitten des Grossen Gruen ist - Who is in the midst of the Great Green
Xnty-WAD-wr - Der Vorsteher des Sees - Ruler of the Lakes
Xnty-rA-HAwt - Der Vorsteher der Nilmundungen - Ruler of the mouth of the Nile
Xnty-S -  Der Vorsteher des Sees - Ruler of the Lakes
Xnty-S.f -  Der Vorsteher seines Sees - Ruler of His Lake
Xn-n.f-S-rsy-S-mHty - Der fur sich auf den beiden Seen des Sudens un des Nordens fahrt - who travels the two lakes in the South and the North?
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Post by: Tanebet on May 19, 2014, 03:29:18 pm
here are some corrections for part 1

age 627
A - Cosmos
1 - Horizon/Heavens

aX-pt-n-bA.f - Der den Himmel fur seinen Ba erhebt - He who rises the sky for his Ba
Wr-n-pt - Der Grosse des himmels - The Great one in Heaven
Na-pty-m-HkAw.f - Der die beiden Himmel mit seiner Zauberkraft befahrt - (you had a typo in there, that should have been Himmel not Hummel): He who travels the sky with his magic power

2. Sun.

Wbn-iwty-gnnt.f-n-ntrw-spAwt - Der Aufgehende, dessen Schwache nicht fur die Gotter der Gaue bestimmt ist - The rising one, whose weakness is not intended for the gods of the nomes?

PA-nty-itn.f-m-xaw.f - der, dessen sonnenscheibe bei ihrem aufgehen ist - He whose sun disk is in its rising

Pr-itnwy-m-xaw-n-irty.fy - Die beiden scheiben kommen hervor als Erscheinun (oder: aus dem hugel) seiner beiden Augen - the two discs come out as a apparition (or, from the hill) of his two eyes

PsD-m-imAw - Der im lichtglanz leuchtet - He who shines in the bright light

PsD-m-wDAty.fy - Der mit seinen beiden Udjataugen leuchtet - He who shines with his two Udjat eyes

PsD-m-nt - Der in der Flut aufleuchtet - He who lights up in the flood

sHD-tAwy-m-Axty-m-kkw - Der die beiden lander erhellt, die in dunkelheit waren - He who illuminates the Two Lands which have been in darkness


5. Wind
Pr-tAw-m0rA.f-mHyt-fnd.f - Aus dessen Mund der Wind un aus dessen Nase der Nordwind kommt <- The wind comes out of his mouth and the North wind comes out of his nose

Xp-n.f-TAw-nDm - Dem der susse lufthauch begegnet - He who encounters the sweet breeze

6. Water

PsD-m-nt - Der in der flut aufleuchtet - He who lights up in the flood?
Nwn-r-Aw-Xr-aXmw.f - Mit dessen Aibbildugen/Krokodilen das ganze urwasser gefullt ist - With his images/crocodiles the whole primeval water is filled
Rdi-n.f-Hapyw - Dem die Flusslaufe gegeben sind - He to whom the stream courses are given
swt-Nwn - Dem der Nun gehort - He to whom the Nun belongs

7. Earth/World
aX-r-Hpty - Der dis zum Ende der Welt fliegt - He who flies to the end of the world
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tjemsy on June 01, 2014, 08:36:12 am
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Are there any listed for Ash?  If not Ash, Set?

Thank you to all of you who have access to and translate these titles for the rest of us to read.


I would love to see a list of Set Epithets, as well. :D
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Post by: Senuwierneheh on June 01, 2014, 08:59:54 am
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Quote from: Seta
Are there any listed for Ash?  If not Ash, Set?

Thank you to all of you who have access to and translate these titles for the rest of us to read.


I would love to see a list of Set Epithets, as well. :D


Em Hotep!

There are several well known epithets of Set, some of which I had engraved on the Set sha statue I had made:
  (http://joanannlansberry.com/journal/pathmark/setbysun.jpg)

Story of its creation and lots of pics here:
http://joanannlansberry.com/journal/arch2014/tl140521.html

Around the plinth I have Set's name, along with "Son of Nut", "Great of Strength" and "Great of Heka (Magic)".

This scene at Karnak, fortunately drawn by Lepsius, as it has since suffered damage, shows the titles in their original context:

http://www.joanlansberry.com/setfind/karn-set.html

On the far left, behind Set, it shows from top to bottom: "Great of Heka", "Son of Nut", "Great of Strength", plus one at the bottom which I do not yet know.  Does anyone recognise it? (A cluster of Heset vases and 3 seneb glyphs)?

In front of him is Amun Ra, "Lord of Heaven", if I am reading it right.  One of the Herus is behind Thutmose III, but I'm not quite sure who.

Meresankh
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Post by: Senuwierneheh on June 01, 2014, 10:17:22 am
Quote from: Meresankh


This scene at Karnak, fortunately drawn by Lepsius, as it has since suffered damage, shows the titles in their original context:

http://www.joanlansberry.com/setfind/karn-set.html

On the far left, behind Set, it shows from top to bottom: "Great of Heka", "Son of Nut", "Great of Strength", plus one at the bottom which I do not yet know.  Does anyone recognise it? (A cluster of Heset vases and 3 seneb glyphs)?


(http://joanannlansberry.com/other/w18seneb.png)  

Looking closer, it is W18 on the Gardiner list.  My best guess so far is repeated purifications to give health???

After a bit of research, and not finding this exactly,   until I hear something better, I'm going to go with "Bestower of Vitality". Thutmose would need vitality if he was going to perform well in his race!

Meresankh
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Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 12, 2014, 03:15:35 pm
Em hotep, Nai!

Other than what's on your website and listed here in this thread, I'm not sure what's been translated. I believe Rev. Tanebet has done some translations for donations, which may have been sent privately.

Senebty,
Sobeq
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Nai, I would love to help with the Wiki if you will restore my account. :)
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Post by: Mehinefertemra on August 13, 2014, 07:02:18 pm
Thank you for sharing these!!!
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Post by: A'Aqytsekhmet on August 14, 2014, 11:58:02 am
I tried... LAGG pg. 294-295. missing pages 296-297

Nefertem
A. Cosmos
1.Sky/Horizon
-The beautiful Prophetic Horizon
-that comes out of the horizon
6.Water
-Coming Out of the Well(Nun)
8. underworld
-which is in the underworld of the West
-the lord of the underworld
-the head of the secret underworld
B. Topography
2. place names
-Coming out of Memphis
-The Lord of Heliopolis
-The Lord of Memphis
-Which is in the midst of Dendara
-The head of Dendara
-The protection of God's body in Memphis
3. Lands and Regions
-The lives of the two countries
-The Lord of Egypt
-The two countries protects
4. Sanctuaries
-The house is in the midst of life
-The house is in the midst of the rough
-The middle of the temple of Seti I. (Abydos tempel) is
-The gold is in the midst of the house
-The head of the Ptah temple
-The head of the tent of God
5. Body of water
-Comes out of the lake from the Delta
6. Cardinal points
-Which is in the underworld of the West
-The Lord of the West Mountains
-Which is in the midst of the West
-The head of the West Mountains
7. Necropolis
-The Lord of the Holy Land
-The middle is the necropolis
8. Other
-The head of the island flame
C. Animals/Plants
-The coarse lotus blossom or blue lotos  
-The coarse lotus
-The beautiful blue lotus (or lotus blossom)
-The blue lotus at the nose of Re (lotus blossom at the nose of re)
D. In relation to vegetation
2. Fields, field fruits
-The head of the field
E. Development
1. Primordial Godhead
-The coarse force
2. mother deity
-Who created the Primeval
H. Physical Properties
1. Personal strong
-with the gross power
3. quickness / agility
-The fast / the gods of the instantaneous water
5. features and body parts
-the fresh phenomena
-The Lord of the two lower leg
I. Other Attribute
2. Clothing and jewelry
-the already equipped
-is clothed in the verdant stuff of Horus
L. Those elements
-The Ba of prachtigen Bas
-The Lord of the Ka and the food
-The Lord of the Ka
-The thriving Ka
M. As acting deity
2. as a punitive deity
-"Der das Maul aller Reptilien verschliebt"
3. When Helping / Charitable deity
-"Der die Kiebitzleute leben labt": The feast live the lapwing people
4. As a border protection deity
-The protection is preparing for Osiris
-The Lord of the protection
-Protects the head of his throne in the Solar barke
-the coarse protector
-Protects the Sokar its perfection
-The two countries protects
-The protection of God's body in Memphis
-Keeping away the evil from the body
5. As a trump here end / justified deity
-the coarse Triumph
9. As laudatory / making music
-The price end
O. Rule
1. Ruler title
-The ruler of eternity
3. Legitimating
-The living heritage
-The admirable legacy of Ogdoad
P. Familial relationships
1. Related nomic conditions or 'Verwandtschaftsverhaltnisse'
-That comes out of Neith
-About the sight of a delighted his mother
-The son of Bastet
-The son of Sekhmet
-The son of Sekhmet and Ptah
-The son of atum
Q. Origin / source of the Godhead
-Have produced the four man union
-coming out of Memphis
-that comes out of the flame
-coming out of the lake of the Delta
-to have given birth to the four birth goddesses
R. Social / material status
1. as popular / Contented
-About the sight of a delighted his mother
3. As a unique / hidden deity
-The wind is not known
-The form with hidden
5. As a dreaded deity
-The Lord of Terror
-The flame is about his
6. As machtige / successful deity
-The perfect power
8. More social / physical position
-The Divine God
-"Der uber seiner Wurde ist"
-"Der Oberhaupt der Rechit"
9. Relationship with other deities
-The admirable legacy of Ogdoad
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Post by: Tatjasobekra on August 30, 2014, 08:06:30 pm
If I could translate I totally would help you Nai. D: I hope someone else has the ability and time to do so with you!
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Post by: A'Aqytsekhmet on August 30, 2014, 08:45:49 pm
I used Google translate and it worked "ok."
Naisenu if you have a page(s) not online and type it up I can help with Google translate. But I am terrible with languages.
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Post by: Senuwierneheh on August 31, 2014, 11:00:35 am
Thank you Naisenu for all the translating you have done!  It is a great help!

Senebty,
Meresankh
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Post by: Khenneferitw on September 01, 2014, 04:20:09 pm
I am currently working on translations for Ptah, Ptah-Sokar, Ptah-Sokar-Wesir, and Ptah-Tatenen. I'd love to have a proof reader.
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Post by: Ha'autmuti on October 11, 2014, 06:13:01 pm
Thank you so much for all of these, Naisenu!
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Post by: Jenna on November 08, 2014, 08:06:42 pm
Ahhh thank you all very much for your awesome translations!

I have a few questions.
Do y'all have any resources where I can read more about the following Nut epithets:

She who gives birth to the Baktiu as the great uniting one
The Hippo Goddess
Ipet the Great
The Pufferfish
She who rescues Aset in Abydos
The Lady of Destiny

And especially!: She whose mouth hurls ember at the enemies
She who dispels the rage
She who ignites the torch
She with great terror among the Gods
The Mistress of Rage

^Those latter epithets seem like a whole 'nother side of Her! I'd love to read more about them. Of course I'd also like to read more about Her associations with the hippo and pufferfish, etc. that I also listed above.
Does anybody have any resources so I can read more about all that? :D
Thanks very much in advance!
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Post by: Jenna on November 19, 2014, 07:13:18 pm
Ahhh thanks so much!
Do you think that the violent epithets for Nut could relate to Hathor/Sekhmet?
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Post by: Deswy on April 12, 2015, 02:41:25 pm
I, too, would be interested in this.  Also the many unknown Names that have been lost to time...

Great idea!
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Post by: Ematsen on April 12, 2015, 03:24:59 pm
Does anyone have the list of epithets for Nut and Sekhmet they could send me? I just tried the download site but it says the file no longer exists.
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Post by: Tawa'ubastmut on April 12, 2015, 04:06:15 pm
Does anyone have the list of epithets for Nut and Sekhmet they could send me? I just tried the download site but it says the file no longer exists.
Yes, it seems many(all?) of the PDF links are not working, and I'd love to be able to see the ones for Mut especially!
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Post by: Ha'autmuti on April 13, 2015, 01:36:42 am
They all seem to be working for me! Browser issue, maybe? I'm using Chrome.
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Post by: Tawa'ubastmut on April 13, 2015, 10:43:54 am
Epithets of Mut are finally complete. These also pertain to Bast-Mut, Sekhmet-Mut, Hethert-Mut. http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Mut.pdf (http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Epithets%20of%20Mut.pdf)

I get a Not Found

The requested URL /Epithets/Epithets of Mut.pdf was not found on this server.

I'm using chrome as well. :)
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Post by: Ha'autmuti on April 13, 2015, 02:25:26 pm
Oh, huh, the link's wrong. I usually just go through the index here:

http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/
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Post by: Tawa'ubastmut on April 13, 2015, 02:58:41 pm
Oh, huh, the link's wrong. I usually just go through the index here:

http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/

Oh, thank you!  Didn't realize there was a whole index. :)
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Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 23, 2015, 02:39:37 pm
Possible dumb question... Has anyone translated the section for "Harsiese, der Sohn des Osiris" (aka Heru-sa-Aset, the son of Wesir)? I'm doing some research and I don't have access to all the pages online, so if someone already has that section it would be a huge help. Thanks!

Senebty,
Sobeq
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Post by: Tanebet on August 23, 2015, 03:17:16 pm
it is on my To-Do list

are you looking for anything special?
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Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 23, 2015, 03:43:34 pm
I have a theory, and I'd like to be able to cross-reference His epithets with Wepwawet's. ^_^;
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Post by: Tanebet on August 23, 2015, 03:48:28 pm
I wouldn't be surprised to see epithets there which match Wepwawet's
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Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 23, 2015, 04:42:08 pm
There are some in the regular Heru-sa-Aset section that match, but the research I'm doing makes me think there will probably be more overlap in the Heru-sa-Aset-sa-Wesir section. I'd love to see that list if/when you're able to translate it! :D

Senebty,
Sobeq
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Post by: Sobeqsenu on August 23, 2015, 11:42:03 pm
That's actually a separate section from the one I'm looking for. There's a separate section specifically for Heru-sa-Aset-sa-Wesir, which has different epithets listed. :)
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Post by: Wenunisenu on March 13, 2016, 01:40:14 pm
I've attempted translating Geb's LAGG epithets. If anyone can check them (I used google translate and I know some Egyptian so they're a bit confuzzled) we can add those too :D
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Post by: Tanebet on March 13, 2016, 01:49:36 pm
I've attempted translating Geb's LAGG epithets. If anyone can check them (I used google translate and I know some Egyptian so they're a bit confuzzled) we can add those too :D

I could check them
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Post by: Taqerisenu on August 16, 2016, 10:09:42 am
Naisenu, you are amazing! Seriously, wow, that's a lot of work!
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Post by: Johnny Charlton on November 17, 2016, 11:43:08 am
Very interested in it as well. Thank you...
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Post by: Nehwen on November 17, 2016, 06:18:20 pm
Oh, my! Thank you, Naisenu! That's amazing. :)
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Post by: cosmia on November 24, 2016, 08:03:04 am
Howdy! I was wondering if anyone could explain what exactly a semut-woman is in the following epithets of Sobek:


The rest of the epithet meanings are pretty clear, but I can't seem to recall what a semut-woman is?
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Post by: Sedjfaiemitui on May 19, 2017, 08:48:59 pm
Howdy! I was wondering if anyone could explain what exactly a semut-woman is in the following epithets of Sobek:

  • He who eats when He copulates, who creates for Himself the semut-women to the full extent of His desire
  • Who impregnates the semut-women

The rest of the epithet meanings are pretty clear, but I can't seem to recall what a semut-woman is?

It's more or less a kind of "The Bull and His Harem" statement, similar to His epithets of "Bull of Bulls, The Great Male" (k3 k3w T3y wr), "Phallus of the Gods" (T3y nTrw) "Phallus of His Hmswt-Women" (T3y hmswt=f -- probably punning with hms, one of several terms for "penis"). We find these very statements cited in the previous comments, verbatim, in the Coffin Texts where the deceased is transforming into Sobek. I've yet to come across an adequate translation specifically defining that term, but by my reckoning, it is probably the same thing as the hmswt-women I just mentioned, which are a group of female entities embodying all feminine life force.

Something that may also help to inform the particular meaning of smwt is that smwt is more than likely making a pun on the term smw. The latter can refer to pastures, vegetables, and herbage, with Sobek being "Green of Plume" (w3D šwt). So, we can infer here that plants and greenery in general are to be considered female, and Sobek is the Great Male governing them, similarly to how Khnum is "the Lord of Ovulation" as per the Esna texts and presides over feminine essence and its Mysteries in that way.

This is, in part, reinforcing His ("He" being Sobek-Shedety, but the Sobek[-Re] of Sumenu also gets this applied to Him) both non-sexual Cosmic Creative and His voracious and irresistible male sexual powers. These voracious and irresistible male sexual powers are above all invoked in funerary contexts where the male creative essence (embodied by semen and erect phalluses in-action) are absolutely vital to the successful heka-transfiguration of the deceased in the Duat. This all channels back into His overwhelming associations with the Inundation, both in its beneficial and life-giving senses and in its violent senses.

Marco Zecchi writes: " [ . . . ] in the same spell [Spell 317, Pyr. §507-510], the King/Sobek is engaged in satisfying all His physiological needs and desires: He 'will eat with His mouth (wnm m r3=f) and 'will urinate and copulate with His penis' (wsš nk m hnn=f); He is also 'The Lord of Semen, Who takes wives from their husbands (nb mtwt iTi hmwt h3y=sn), whenever He wishes, according to His desire (Xft sšp ib-f).' Sobek just follows His own instinct, without regretting having raped women and divided them from their partners. This refusal to suppress His sexual appetites, this disturbing attitude towards women and the fact that Sobek is not able to show any sense of 'otherness' in a relation between the sexes will always be constant features in His associations with the feminine world Essentially, in the Old Kingdom, Sobek's nature remains untamed, in deep sympathy with wild natural objects and repugnant to the gentile forces of society." (Sobek of Shedet: The Crocodile God in the Fayyum in the Dynastic Period, 2010: 18)

Hope this helps!

Senebty,
Sedjfai
Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: TahekerutAset on August 31, 2017, 03:04:21 pm
Children/beloveds/friends of Wesir. I have finished transcribing out Wesir's epithets from book 8 of the LAGG. They are not translated yet, but the headings are. 81 pages long!

http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Wesir.pdf

I am not fluent in German.  I tried my best. 

Star Section (Wesir)

He is Orion
Who Creates the Stars
Lord of Heaven as Orion
Lord of the Stars
King of the Untiring Stars
Head of the Imperishable (Stars)
Ruler of the Stars
Orion of the West
Orion in the Sky
Orion in the Sky and on Earth
Perfect Orion
Perfect Orion at the Southern Sky
Magnificent Orion
Magnificent Orion at the Southern Sky
Great Star
Star of Heaven
Orion is Seated in the Sky
To Him the Sky and the Stars Obey
Strong Bull of Orion and the Great Bear
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Title: Re: Epithets of the Names
Post by: Tawa'ubastmut on April 09, 2018, 09:21:00 pm
This is amazing work, thank you all for putting it together! 

I don't suppose the LAGG has any information on Hedjwer? 
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Post by: Tawa'ubastmut on April 09, 2018, 11:10:14 pm
Done! http://wepwawet.org/Epithets/Hedjwer.pdf

Ah!! Thank you so much, that was swift!  <3
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