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Thoth (in Illustrated List of the principal Egyptian Divinities)

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Caption: "Thoth, the god of letters, and recorder of the court of Osiris, judge of the dead; has an ibis head, sometimes surmounted with a crescent moon and feather; holds a pen and tablet, or pen and palm branch."Two images of a god with the head of an ibis. The god on the left wears a crescent moon and feather on his head. The god on the right carries a pen and long palm branch

Topics: Thoth (Egyptian deity), Religion & Festivals, Art & Artifacts
Publisher: Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx
OAI identifier: oai:scholarship.rice.edu:1911/21578
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