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  Mnewer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A suitable bull was selected from the area, and said to be the living Mnevis bull, and was taken to a special temple, where it was worshipped, and its movement used as an oracle.
Since the fertile soil of the Nile was so fl that the word for fl (Khem) became the Egyptian word for Egypt, and bulls in this region had a tendency to fl colouring, the bull selected to be the Mnevis was traditionally completely fl, thus being referred to as Kemwer, meaning great fl (one).
When a completely fl bull could not be found, they chose one that was completely white, in contrast.
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 CONK! Encyclopedia: Horus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Horus was also sometimes known as Nekheny (meaning falcon), although it has been proposed that Nekheny may have been another falcon-god, worshipped at Nekhen (city of the hawk), that became identified as Horus very early on.
In this form, he was sometimes given the title Kemwer, meaning (the) great fl (one), referring to the bird's colour.
As Horus was the son of Ra, and god of the sky, he became closely associated with the Pharaoh of Upper Egypt (where Horus was worshipped), and became their patron.
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 Kemet - The Word and its Meanings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Kemwer - "The Great Black" - a title of Osiris - the Ancestor of the race
Kemwer (body of water) - "the Great Black sea" - the Red sea
Kemwer (body of water + river bank) - a lake in the Duat (the OtherWorld)
www.geocities.com /wally_mo/Kemet.html   (311 words)

  
 TALE of SINUHE - EgyptSearch Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the Tale of Sinuhe, Sinuhe has just told how he escaped the guards in the fort which stood at the eastern frontier of Egypt and continues: I went on at the time of evening, As the earth brightened, I arrived at Peten.
When I had reached the lake of Kemwer (north gulf of suez) I fell down for thirst, fast came my breath, My throat was hot, I said: "this is the taste of death." I upheld my heart, I drew my limbs together, As I heard the sound of lowing cattle, I beheld the Bedawin.
That chief among them, who had been in Egypt, recognized me. He gave me water, he cooked for me milk.
www.egyptsearch.com /forums/Forum8/HTML/000032.html   (1464 words)

  
 The Stela of Piye
I will give to thee gold, as much as thou desirest; malachite shall be heaped up before thee; many horses of the best of the stable, and the first of the stall."
His majesty proceeded to the house of Harkhentikhet, and there were offered bulls, calves, and fowl to his father, Harkhentikhet, lord of Kemwer.
His majesty went to the house of the hereditary prince,
www.homestead.com /wysinger/piyevictorystela.html   (5303 words)

  
 TALE of SINUHE
As the earth brightened, I arrived at Peten.
When I had reached the lake of Kemwer (north gulf of suez)
I fell down for thirst, fast came my breath,
www.piney.com /DocEgSinuhe.html   (876 words)

  
 Book of the Dead 88   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
I am Sobek amid his dread, I am Sobek who seizes by violence
I am the grand sea-creature, great in Kemwer
I am the lord of reverence in Khem
www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk /literature/religious/bd88.html   (38 words)

  
 GODCHECKER : Egyptian Pantheon : List of Gods, Goddesses, Spirits, Deities from Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Gods of Egypt [K] : Update in progress.
Ka : Kauket : Keb : Kebechet : Kebechsenef : Kemwer : Ken : Khem : Khepri : Khnemu : Khnum : Khons : Khonsu : Kuk
The Gods of Egypt [L] : Update in progress.
www.swordfishbooks.com /database/all_egyptian_gods.html   (636 words)

  
 Egyptian Mythology : Gods, Goddesses, Spirits, Deities from Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
EGYPTIAN GODS: K - Click to view entry.
Ka, Kauket, Keb, Kebechet, Kebechsenef, Kehperi, Kek, Keket, Keku, Kemu, Kemur, Kemwer, Ken, Khem, Khensu, Kheper, Khepera, Khepri, Kherty, Khnemu, Khnum, Khons, Khonsu, Kneph, Knouphis, Kuk,
EGYPTIAN GODS: L - Click to view entry.
www.godchecker.com /pantheon/egyptian-mythology.php?_gods-list   (461 words)

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