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2nd Dynasty Seth names

Peribsen

Horus and Seth on separate serekhs if same as Sekhemib pr-ib-sn Hope of all hearts (Peter Clayton, Chronicle of the Pharaohs) First Seth name First 2nd dynasty burial back at Abydos

References: Sealing:

Stelae:

Mastaba: Nsw-bty name:

Petrie 1901 pl LXI, pl XXII 181 Ayrton 1904: 105, pl VII, pl IX 1,2 Kemp 1966 Fischer 1961: 52, fig. 7 Spencer 1980: 16, pls 8-9 (cat 15) BM 35597 Garstang 1902: pl X.8 S. Schott 1956:61 Petrie 1901: pl XXII.190

Translations pry: hero, champion (man det.) ferocious bull (bull det.) crisis (Seth det.); Faulkner, p. 91 pri: go, come out, be reknowned, burst forth, go up, ascend; Faulkner, p. 90 (pr-ib-sn as in prt-m-hrw?) ib: heart, mind, understanding, intelligence, will, desire, mood, wish; Faulkner, p. 14 sn: suffix and dep. pronoun, they, them,their; Faulkner, p. 230

Study by David Cintron (2001)

2nd Dynasty Seth names

Sekhemib-Perenmaat

Horus and Seth on separate serekhs if same as Peribsen shm-ib pr-n-maat Strong willed; champion of maat (Toby Wilkinson: Early Dynastic Egypt, p. 202) Powerful of heart (Peter Clayton, Chronicle of the Pharaohs) References 2 hypotheses: Same as Peribsen:

Successor to Peribsen: Peribsen tomb sealings:

Quirke 1990:45 Grdseloff 1944:295 Emery 1961: 95 Shaw & Nicholson 1995:20 Dodson 1996:25 Kaplony 1963 Helck 1979:132 Petrie 1901: pl XXI 104-72 Ayrton 1904: pl IX.3

Translations shm: mighty one, power; Faulkner, p. 241 pry: hero, champion; Faulkner, p. 91 pri: go, come out, be reknowned; Faulkner, p. 90 (pr-n-maat as in prt-m-hrw?)

Study by David Cintron (2001)

2nd Dynasty Seth names

Khasekhem/Khasekhemwy

Horus and Seth on same serekh Horus name: Seth name: h-shm h-shm-wy The power has risen The two powers have risen (T. Wilkinson, Early Dynastic Egypt) The two powerful ones appear (P. Clayton, Chronicle of the Pharaohs)

Sometimes followed by nbwy-htp-m-f, the two lords are at peace within him Similar to htp-shm-wy, the two powers are at peace within him Khasekhem Attested only once outside Hierakonpolis, at Step Pyramid Otherwise only at the temple of Horus in Hierakonpolis Always Nekhbet on a ring containing b, rebel Horus falcon on serekh wears white crown only Khasekhemwy Attested from Byblos to Heirakonpolis Seth animal wears red crown Horus wears double crown Fleet of funerary boats adjacent to enclosure Palermo stone beginning of 5th register? References General: 2 kings: 1 king:

Hoffman 198: 348-54 Emery, 1961:98 Quirke, 1990:46 Shaw & Nicholson 1995:150 Hetepsekhemwy renewal: Kaiser 1992:184-5,n44 Drawings of min in tomb: Petrie 1901: pl III:48 Lauer & Lauer, 1965: pl 15.1-5

Translation hi: vb. rise, appear in glory, be shining; Faulkner 185 hw: appearance in glory; Faulkner 185 shm: mighty one, power; Faulkner 241 wy: dual suffix

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2nd Dynasty Seth names

Seth Animal Twin falcons = Horus and Seth (Kaiser 1960:123-4) Ash appears with head of Seth animal on sealings of Peribsen and Sekhemib-Perenmaat Seth = he of Nubt (Naquada, city of gold); He of Nubt has handed over (?) the Two Lands to his son, the dual king (?)(Toby Wilkinson: Early Dynastic Egypt, p. 202) Priest named nfr-sts, Seth is beautiful; Saad 1957: 51-3, pl XXX (no25) Cairo fragment of Peribsen refers to Seth

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