Originally posted by LUXUS
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You can get a translation of the edfu text for example "the mythical origin of the Egyptian Temple" by E.A.E. Reymond.
One of the most common depictions of Osiris is him with the other neteru arriving in Egypt in his solar boat.
I have read the translation of the edfu text and it talks about a battle in the land of conflict (hence the name), the destruction of the temple of
the hawk, and subsequently arriving in Egypt with the other neteru.
Herodotus wrote that Sais is where the grave of Osiris is which is in north Egypt at the mouth of the Nile delta.
The oldest architecture is in the north not the south and definitely not in kush
The Greeks, such as Herodotus, Plato and Diodorus Siculus, identified her with Athena and hence postulated a primordial link to Athens. Diodorus
recounts that Athena built Sais before the deluge that supposedly destroyed Athens and Atlantis. While all Greek cities were destroyed during that
cataclysm, the Egyptian cities including Sais survived.
This is a piece of the Qustol incense burner from Nubia's A group culture the first state on the Nile,notice the Palace facade with Djoser's
Temple,In the same region we have even more clues to what was to become the first kings.
The oldest known representations of a Pharaoh dating back as far as 3200BC have been found carved on rocks near the Nile River in southern Egypt, a
new study claims.
Researchers say the engravings on rock faces in the desert four miles north of the Aswan Dam are the earliest found indication of royal power in the
The images of a Pharaoh riding boats with attendant prisoners and animals offer a window on Dynasty 0, they say, and show the moment pre-Dynastic
Egypt was first captured by the rule of a single monarch.
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Again Nubia was the gold producing region of Egypt it was there the first nome or state developed it covered both Southern Egypt and Northern Sudan,it
sent it's kings down river and formed other colonies till they reached the Med. they were bascially indepentent until a Southern King crush his rival
Ta-Seti aka Land or the Bow and later Kush,went on to unite the all Egypt.
From the Kememu
Anu the city of Heliopolis (Coptic; On)
Anu Meh Anu of the north (Heliopolis)
Anu Shemo Anu of the south (Hermonthis/Ermant)
Anu Monti Anu of Hermonthis
Anu Tem the Anu of Tem (Hermonthis)
Anu Re the Anu of Re
Afdu Ikhu the Four Ancestors (of the Anu)
Ugrit Goddess of the Duat of Anu
Djandjané Anu the Anu Court of Judges: Tem; Shu; Tefnut; Osiris; Thoth
Anu n Ptoh the Anu of Ptah (Denderah)
Anu n Nut the Anu of Nut (Denderah)
The Aunu People. Besides these types, belonging to the north and east, There is the aboriginal race of the Anu, or Aunu, people (written with three
pillars), who became a part of the historic inhabitants. The subject ramifies too doubtfully if we include all single-pillar names, but looking for
the Aunu, written with the three pillars, we find that they occupied Southern Egypt and Nubia, and the name is also applied in Sinai and Libya.
As to the Southern Egyptians, we have the most essential document, a portrait of a chief, Tera-neter, roughly modeled in relief in green glazed
faience, found in the early temple at Abydos. Preceding his name, his address is given on this earliest of visiting cards, "Palace of the Aunu in
Hermen city, Tera-neter." Hemen was the name of the god of Tuphium (Lanz., Dict, 544), 13 miles south of Luqsor. Erment, opposite to it, was the
place of Aunu of the south, Aunu Menti. The next place in the south is Aunti (Gebeleyn), and beyond that Aunyt-seni (Esneh)
Judging by the sheer number of given titles, the most venerated city of Kemet was not Thebes, but Denderah. After all, this was the city where the
Parents of the Kemetian nation (Isis and Osiris) were born. (It is also in the same neighborhood as Naqada). Here are some of the titles of this
"The birthplace of Isis"
"The Throne of the Queen"
"The perfect throne in the Holy of Holies"
"The place of joy"
"The thrones of Horus"
"The holy temple of Horus"
"The throne of eternity"
"The throne of the drink"
"The birthplace of Nut"
"The Golden House"
"The Sanctuary of Osiris"
"The Sanctuary of Re"
"The city of the knowing of Isis"
"The temple of life"
"The temple of Hathor"
"The eternal house"
"The exalted temple"
"The holy temple of Horus of the Two-Lands"
"The house of knowledge" (per Rekhit)
The Sudanese Country of Bukem (Buqem)