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The leopard priestess

Robert Sutherland Rattray

The leopard priestess

by Robert Sutherland Rattray

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Published by T. Butterworth, ltd. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Author"s inscription copy.

Statementby R. S. Rattray ; foreword by Stephen Gwynn ; illustrated by Stanislaus Brien.
ContributionsGwynn, Stephen Lucius, 1864-1950.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3 .R193Le
The Physical Object
Pagination218 p. :
Number of Pages218
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17947436M
LC Control Number35001058

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People of Africa; THE LEOPARD PRIESTESS. By R.S. Rattray. Foreword by Stephen Gwynn. Illustrated by Stanislaus Brien. New York: D. Appleton-Century Company.

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Appleton-Century Comp., ; first published, The leopard priestess book p. All subsequent page references will be to this edition and will follow immediately in the text.

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This scene on the north wall in KV62 shows King Aye, who wears the Blue Crown and the leopard-skin robe of sem priest, perform the “Opening of the Mouth” ritual on the mummy of Tutankhamun. 18th Dynasty. (Photo: Meretseger Books) Hated Setems of Amarna.

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One of the many splendid vignettes from the Book of the Dead of Hunefer, a scribe from the 19th Dynasty (reign of Seti I). While Anubis supports the mummy of Hunefer, the sem priest who wears the leopard-skin garb (extreme left), along with two other priests, performs the “Opening of the Mouth” ritual.

British Museum (public domain). Zulu groom in Shem Leopard Skin. We always have to go back to the name of a thing. A name expresses the intrinsic value [of the Creator of Created].

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"The Leopard .Merib, Mummification priest of Anubis, Priest in the Necropolis of Pharaoh Cheops, Head of the Palace, General etc. and his mother, Priestess of Neith (Mastaba of Merib, Beginning of the 5th Dyn., ca.

B.C., drawing by K. R. Lepsius, expeditionpicture: Freier, E., Gruntert, S.: Eine Reise durch Ägypten nach den Zeichnungen der Lepsius-Expedition in den JahrenLeipzig. Book Description: Part of the Ki Khanga universe. When the Bindamu invaded her homeland, First Hunter Nandi of the Chuiku (Leopard Clan) was chosen by her people and her Priestess to lead the fight against them.

But does she possess the skills and strength to unite the rival nKu against the powerful empire?