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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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Probably built in the 43rd year of the reign of Thutmosis III, the temple was dedicated to Amun-Ra, the chief deity of the Egyptian empire.
The temple of Amun-Ra in the Dakrur mountain is also worth a visit.
Something of the "fear" inspired by the king and referred to by Gnirs is to be found here in the request from the viceroy Setau to Amun-Ra to keep him eloquent in the presence of the king.