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Address at arrival at the broad Court of Djeba

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Çarya Habat Djad Madw - Recitations imy ra w'abw imya ra w'abw Asir - Over the Mouth of Pure Ones of Osiris

Djad madw ran harw Haryw ranapat I masas A’sir – Recitation of the name of Days Above the Year I – Birth of Osiris

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Hatap natya Natjrw bw – Place Where Gods Rest

The Place where gods rest is in front of the Sanctuary. Dwelling Place of the Gods and Birth House of the Strong Horus, are its names. It is 23 2/3 by 9 Cubits. The shrines of the gods, who’s beauty is praised, are kept here; the Divine Pasadjat Ennead of Masan Harpoon is depicted on its walls.

About the Place where Gods Rest

This hall is located at the entrance to the Great Seat of Horus. When facing the sanctuary, hallways connecting the chapels have entrances on the right and left side of the sanctuary entrance. When facing away from the sanctuary, the Court of the Food Offerings altar is to the left, while the Par Manw – House of Min is to the right.

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imy ra w'abw imya ra w'abw Sakhamat - over the mouth of the pure ones of Sekhmet nat 'a - ritual Sa'w

Hatap rad Naswt ra sakhamat, Har kya na saHari Hw swaH idw Sama’w sarakhyw wapwtya sakhamat – Offering the Pharaoh gives to Sakhamat, and another for exorcising the plague beating wind, the demons of disease, the evil spirits, messengers of Sakhamat.

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sat war – Great Seat

The Great Seat in the midst of the chapels and surrounded by the corridor mentioned, measures 19 3/6 cubits by 10 1/3 cubits. The doors of the corridor are to its right and left, and give access to the surrounding chapels. The processional barqe of the Deity with the Dappled Plumage, His magnificent portable shrine next to it, and His great Naos of black stone that is next to both of them, they are wonderful to behold. His Seat is of the Talon in heaven, his Dwelling on earth, His throne Seat in the temple heaven is inscribed with the Divine Ennead of the nome. The rituals of the Lord are dedicated to Him (Horus-Behdety); Revealing the God’s face, Offering Ma’at to its Creator (Ra), and Burning Incense for the Processional Boat.

About the Great Seat

The Great Seat is the place where the Living Statue of Horus-Behdety sat in its naos. Originally the naos was in the north west corner, but was moved during Mariette’s excavation in 1860. In the center of the room rests a pedestal where Horus’ portable shrine and festival boat would stand. The facade of the Great Seat is inscribed with the morning litany, that was sung during the Morning Rites. The living statue was approximately 23 inches high, composed of gold plated wood and laid with precious jewels.