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shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen (1885)

Henri Г‰douard Naville

shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen (1885)

by Henri Г‰douard Naville

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Published by Trübner & co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Egypt -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGoshen and the Shrine of Saft el Henneh.
    Statementby Edouard Naville.
    SeriesMemoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund -- no. 5
    ContributionsEgypt Exploration Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p., 11 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14787007M

    The Shrine by Robert Holdstock Book Resume: In the remote West Country the farms around a small town are suddenly haunted by ghostly presences - not all in human form. But when a ghost-hunter is called in to eliminate the hauntings, a greater terror is unleashed upon the land. As an example: in the below mentioned scans of MEEF 5 (Edouard Naville, The Shrine of Saft el Henneh and the Land of Goshen (), London, ), plates 2, 3, 5, and 6 have only been scanned on the show side of each folded page, and plates 1 and 4 are missing altogether.

    The Shrine of Saft el-Henneh and the Land of Goshen, in the 5th Memoir of the Egypt Explor. Fund, , p. 74 comp. also his Pithom (1Memoir). Ebers, Durch Gosen zum Sinai, is antiquated, like the theories pronounced repeatedly by Brugsch (L' Exode et les Monuments, etc.). However, Naville in the 's found an ancient Egyptian 30th Dynasty shrine erected by Pharaoh Nectanebos, ca. B.C. at Saft el Henneh which he argued was ancient Pa-Sopt, and that an inscription on the shrine mentioning the land of Kes or Qes, was referring to the Septuaginta's Gesem, the Masoretic text's Goshen (cf. Edouard Naville.

    The LXX tradition calls Goshen “Gesem of Arabia,” this “Arabia” being an epithet of the 20th Lower Egyp. nome (province), prob. extending from Faqus to Saft el Henneh. It is not quite certain whether the Egypt. inscrs. actually offer an equivalent for Heb. Goshen. One toponym in Egyp. is so written that it could be read either S̆smt or. Title: The Shrine of Saft El Henneh and the Land of Goshen () Author: Edouard Naville - Henri Édouard Naville was a Swiss egyptologist and Biblical Scholar. Born in Geneva. He studied at the University of Geneva, King's College, London, the Universities of Bonn, Paris, and Berlin.


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Shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen (). London, Trübner, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Édouard Henri Naville. The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen ()Pages: The Shrine of Saft El Henneh and the Land of Goshen (), Volume 5 Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund The Shrine of Saft El Henneh and the Land of Goshen, Edouard Naville.

The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen () By Edouard Naville. Topics: Saft el Hanneh (Egypt), Goshen (Egypt), Egypt Antiquities. Full text of "The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen ()" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

SAFT EL HENNEH. Towards the close of December,while exploring the sides of a canal which branches off at Zagazig and joins the canal of Ismailieh, I came to a large village called Saft el Henneh. The country all around is peculiarly fruitful. The luxuriant fields bear witness to the fertility of the soil; while the villages, which are among.

Saft el-Hinna (also Saft el-Hinneh, Saft el-Henna, Saft el-Henneh) is a village and an archaeological site in Egypt. It is located in the modern Al Sharqia Governorate, in the Nile Delta, about 7 km southeast of Zagazig.

The Shrine of Avooblis By Charles Streams Published on All Dagdron wanted was to spend a solitary summer in Cliffmount, far away from the Adventurers’ Academy. The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen [Naville, Edouard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen () By Edouard Naville. Abstract. Saft el Henneh -- The thirtieth dynasty -- The monuments discovered -- Phacusa, Goshen, Ramses -- Khataanah, Kantir -- Tell Rotab -- onic reproduction.[26 p., 11] leaves of plates ill., (part fold.), 2 maps 33 c.

The Shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen (). The modern name of Goshen, Saft el henna, suggests a meaning: large quantities of henna, Lawsonia inermis, are grown there now.

The henu plant was used in the treatment of stings or snake-bites (cf. Pap. Eb 11), and the name occurs even in the Pyramid Texts as of a green plant or shrub (Pyr.

The shrine of Saft el Henneh and the land of Goshen (). The Shrine of Saft el-Henneh and the Land of Goshen, in the 5th Memoir of the Egypt Explor. Fund,p. 74; comp. also his Pithom (1st Memoir). Ebers, Durch Gosen zum Sinai, is antiquated, like the theories pronounced repeatedly by Brugsch (L'Exode et les Monuments, etc.).

Abstract. Saft el HennehThe thirtieth dynastyThe monuments discoveredPhacusa, Goshen, RamsesKhataanah, KantirTeil of access: Internet. Naville in found the word as denoting the vicinity of Pi-sopt (now Saft el Henneh), 6 miles East of Zagazig-in the form Q-s-m.

He concludes that this was the site of Phakousa, but the latter is usually placed at Tell el Faqus, about 15 miles South of ZOAN (which see), and this appears to be the situation of the "City of Arabia" which. GOSHEN AND THE. SHRINE OF SAFT EL HENNEH () [Fourth Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund] by EDOUARD NAVILLE.

4to, pp. 26; with eleven plates, including maps and plans. I, ), the name of a town, with the determinative for "pouring forth." Van der Hardt, indeed, more than a century ago (see Sayce, Higher Criticism, ), supposed the two words to be connected.

Dr. Naville in found the word as denoting the vicinity of Pi-sopt (now Saft el Henneh), 6 miles East of Zagazig- .GOSHEN gō’ shən (גֹּ֔שֶׁן; LXX Γεσεμ, (Gen), Γοσομ, (Josh); meaning uncertain). 1. Goshen in phically, Goshen is closely linked with the land and city of Raamses.

In Genesis11, the pharaoh assigned Goshen to Joseph’s family, the later narrator describing it as “the land of Rameses.”Goshen and the land of Rameses are thus largely identical. It is doubtful whether Phacussa be situated at the mounds of Fākūs, or at another place, Saft-el-Henneh, which suits Strabo’s description of its locality rather better.

The extent of Goshen, according to the apocryphal book of Judith (i. 9, 10), included Tanis and .