10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HATHORIC»
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Servant of Mut: Studies in Honor of Richard A. Fazzini
The rise of the importance and popularity of the cult of Hathor in the north and
south of Egypt during the Ramesside Period is also evident from the large
number of private statues with Hathoric images and symbols dedicated to various
The Palace of Minos: A Comparative Account of the Successive ...
HATHORIC ORIGIN OF CURLING SIDE-LOCKS 419 tresses curving up behind.
Its upright tail might suggest the influence of the desert monster Set. The coiling
side-lock of this type is certainly gigs? Hathoric, and there can be little doubt that
Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven: Women in Ancient ...
6, 198 nn. 5-6, 199, 201; adolescent, 93, 93, 113, 203 n. 4; hairpieces, 96, 96;
Hathoric, 55, 55, 70, 105, 111, 120, 120; of mourners, 93, 94; of musicians, 94, 95
, 95; paddle-shaped female figure with bead-hair, 65, 65, 66, 195; shabti, 148,
Anne K. Capel, Glenn Markoe, 1996
4), thus strengthening the Hathoric connection. In the Eighteenth Dynasty,
queens began to wear two uraei side by side, a combination usually called the
double uraeus (figs. 5, 12). Evidence suggests that it referred to the two
The Tomb of Three Foreign Wives of Tuthmosis III
The modius with flower stalks has been interpreted in a restricted manner (Van
Siclen 1974), but, in fact, different types of women wear this headgear: Sitamun,
with and without Hathoric imagery, before she was a queen; courtly private
The Mycenaean Tree and Pillar Cult and Its Mediterranean ...
1H1' nu' It is further noteworthy that a certain mystic duality visible in the Hathoric
pillars was taken over in a simpler form by Cypriote religion. The head-piece of
Hathor represents the meaning of her name as the ' House of Horus,' and may ...
Opening the Tablet Box: Near Eastern Studies in Honor of ...
natives to hni, “to alight,” in P. Harris 500 recto 4 ll. 4 and 10 (Muller 1932: pls. 8-9
(correcting his transcription in l. 4); note also Ianssen 1991: 31 n. 31. 90 On hrW
nfr and the Hathoric associations thereof, see Darnell 2002: 130-135 ...
Sarah Melville, Alice Slotsky, 2010
The appearance of Hathoric capitals in the Amathus palace suggests that, quite
apart from a general assimilation with Aphrodite/Astarte, there was a connection
with royal ideology (something consonant with Egyptian values (cf. RLA 4.149) ...
Actes Du Neuvième Congrès International Des Égyptologues
Their number and costume is reminiscent of the Hathoric msw-nsw. Straight after
both groups, bending officials follow26. Two similar officials bent in the same way
follow three princesses with «Hathoric» connections entitled msw-nsw in reliefs ...
Jean Claude Goyon, Christine Cardin
The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
Therefore, in Cusae, there do appear to have been a significant number of
Hathoric titles, but these do not indicate clear evidence that the title of Priestess of
Hathor, or Priestess of Hathor Mistress of Cusae, was being inherited by a