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also A·men or A·mon  (ä′mən)
n. Mythology
The Egyptian god of life and reproduction, sometimes represented as a man with a ram's head.

[Egyptian jmn.]


(Non-European Myth & Legend) Egyptian myth a variant spelling of Amen
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Noun1.Amun - a primeval Egyptian personification of air and breathAmun - a primeval Egyptian personification of air and breath; worshipped especially at Thebes
Egyptian deity - a deity worshipped by the ancient Egyptians
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Nonetheless, the High Priests of Amun and God's Wife of Amun still had to take on royal regalia to be depicted before the gods.
The Amun 3 well was started last January and finished in April, and the cost of drilling was approximately $5m.
Bonfaire will offer items from designers such as Missoni, Ben Amun, Ruthie Davis, Pura Lopez, O Jour, Anton Heunis, Alejandro Ingelmo, Be&D, and Alexandre Birman.
Amenotep III had begun to find the polytheistic priesthood of Amun restrictive on his reign and initiated early measures to curb them.
Amun also said the launch of a new currency in the North Sunday -- days after a similar Southern step -- would cost Juba $700 million because Khartoum had made its old currency circulating there worthless.
Among the paintings is a scene depicting the king offering the justice sign of Maat to the god Amun Re.
I crossed the street and shook the hands of Ahmed, Ahmed and Amun.
Amun Sikandar gave presentation on the Competition Act, 2010 and the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), respectively.
Also the site contain also the temple of God Amun , the temple of Al-asad , the temple of Hator addition to another temples.
Mond had excavated the tomb of a man named Khonsumes, and found a set of coffins belonging to "the Lady of the House and Chantress of Amun, Nesmut.
to make the bid for selling Amun tourist village, owned by Egypt's Misr Travel
The 3,000 year-old granite Abu Simbel temples are a popular tourist attraction, known for four colossal statues built during the reign of Ramses II and dedicated to the god Amun.