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- adv. hence
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- adv. Hence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See hen'.
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R [= a] when at the beginning he rose in the city of Suten-henen
Suten-henen (Heracleopolis), I have not uttered falsehood.
My purity is the purity of the great Bennu which is in the city of Suten-henen (Heracleopolis), for, behold.,
Osiris also was crowned at Suten-henen, and in this city lived the great Bennu bird, or Phoenix, and the "Crusher of Bones" mentioned in the Negative Confession.
Ra asserted his intention of being master of the rebels, and this is probably referred to in the Book of the Dead, Chapter XVII., in which it is said that Ra rose as king for the first time in Suten - henen.
Abtu (Abydos), thou lord of souls, thou mighty one of strength, thou lord of the _atef_ crown in Suten-henen, thou lord of the divine form in the city of Nifu-ur, thou lord of the tomb, thou mighty one of souls in Tattu, thou lord of [sepulchral] offerings, thou whose festivals are many in
Hail, Osiris, governor of Amenti, grant thou light and fire to the happy soul which is in Suten-henen (Heracleopolis); and [O ye children of Horus] grant ye power unto the living soul of the Osiris Nu within his flame.
My purity is the purity of that great _Bennu_ which is in the city of Suten-henen
"Homage to thee, O thou who art mighty in thine hour, thou great and mighty Prince, dweller in An-rut-f, [Footnote: The place where nothing grows -- the underworld.] lord of eternity and creator of everlastingness, thou art the lord of Suten-henen _ (_i. e.
And it came to pass that Sekhet of the offerings waded about in the night season in their blood, beginning at Suten - henen. [