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“The next largest was given over to Haras, in no small part because ornamentation and carvings indicated it had once been the home to priests of the hawk-headed god before the city vanished under the sand.”
“Here, the ceiling was higher, to accommodate the enormous, stylized statue in the first of the rooms, identical to the ones on either side of the door, a statue that looked enough like a hawk-headed man to satisfy the Priests of Haras.”
“That is until two talking hippos kidnap the hawk-headed kid and Nofret's little brother, and she has to save them both.”
“On the opposite wall is their battle, but in a still more mutilated: in this, prisoners are brought before the hawk-headed Osiris.”
“About a mile farther down the river, upon the top of a hill, are the ruins of a temple, resembling in its construction that of the hawk-headed Osiris at”
“The hawk-headed taheen looked up, perhaps following her gaze, perhaps hearing the chimes with its preternaturally sharp ears.”
“The sun god is Ra, a hawk-headed man, the moon god is Thoth.”
“And in that moment, the Cauldron became a Cup, and the Lady became the Lord, Jesu'then changed again, to a man of strange, draped robes and slanted eyes, who held neither Cup nor Cauldron, but a cup-shaped Flower with a jeweled heart-a hawk-headed creature with a glowing stone in His hand-a black-skinned Woman with a bright Bird-”
“When Abu came out of the kitchen (the dishwasher had threatened to quit if Abu didn't stop looking over his shoulder) to join Ellen Cherry at a corner table, she was as pleased as a priestess of the Nile might have been had she been visited by the hawk-headed deity.”
“The temple was unique in that it had been dedicated not to one god but two: Sebek, the crocodile god, and Horus, the hawk-headed master of the sun.”
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