by Alexander Hislop

Philologos Religious Online Books

The Ram-Headed God of Egypt

Fig. 55: The Ram-Headed God of Egypt

From WILKINSON, Plate 22, "Amum." by comparing this figure with what is said in WILKINSON, vol. iv. pp. 235, 238, it will be seen, that though the above figure is called by the name of "Amum," the ram's head makes it out as having the attributes of Noub.

The Two Babylons
Alexander Hislop

Chapter VII
Section III
The Beast from the Earth

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