Letters C to D
Grec name which means " empty tomb " . This word was used to define in egyptology funeral momuments which are distinguished from tombs builded by Egyptians , in
one different place from the real tomb . The most celebrat are those of Abydos .
Born in Figeac , in south-west of France , the 23 december 1790 , dead in Paris the 4 march 1932 .
After precocious beginnings in linguistic , he became University Professor in the age of 15 years , in Grenoble . He deciffered the reading of the
hieroglyphs and the egyptian language grace to the Rosetta Stone , to a copy of the obelisk of Cleopatra from Philae , also by its knowledge of
the Coptic language and to some copy of cartouches of the New Empire , copies returned by Huyot . After many travels in Italy and in Egypt (1828-1929 ) he confirmed
the veracity of its discovery ; he can be considered as the real founder of Egyptology .
Godess assimilated to Nut .
"Poundor of Osiris" . God of wine-press or of the wine-cellar , in charge to provide gods in water game .
God of space between earth and sky , and also the light which empty this spac . It's by this separate of sky and earth that Chu participe to the process of creation of the world . Represented under human form or with a lion head .
Companions (the two )
Expression designated the two ennemy brothers Horus and Seth .
Gof of Nubian desert , who are designated as "lord of Nubia" in pyramids texts .
We can see him burnishing incens in the royal births , this parfum was associated to him by the fact he was , sometime , carry into Egypt by fluvial road from Nubia .
He was shown as an anthropomorphic aspect .
" Those of Djebaut ", god worshipped in Buto under the form of heron .
Name of a divinity in the divine assembly of the 21th gate , in the Book of the Gates .
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