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Set animal: In ancient Egyptian art, the Seth animal, or sha, is a chimerical beast, the totemic animal of the god Seth. Because Set was identified with the Greek Typhon, the animal is also commonly known as the Typhonian animal or Typhonic beast.
- also known as Sha, Seth animal
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A Daily Life Encyclopedia by Peter Lacovara
Fourth Nome: Waset Fifth Nome: The two falcons Sixth Nome: The crocodile Seventh Nome: Sistrum Eighth Nome: Great land Ninth Nome: Minu Tenth Nome: Cobra Eleventh Nome: The Set animal Twelfth Nome: Viper mountain Thirteenth ...
by Margaret Bunson
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