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31 "To Pan," in The Homeric Hymns, p. 68.

32 Graves, 1:239(73.h).

33 Hamilton, p. 135; Graves, 1:253(75.b).

34 Hamilton, p.137; Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, s.v. "Chimera."

35 Adolf Erman, Life in Ancient Egypt, trans. H. M. Tirard (London: Macmillan & Co., 1894; reprint with new introduction by Jon Manchip White, New York: Dover Publications, 1971), p. 329. Inset illustration of Thoth is after Lepsius' Denkmäler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien (1849-1858), iii. 171.

36 Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, s.v. "Thoth, Thot, or Tahuti."

37 Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, s.v. "Osiris."

38 Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, s.v. "Cerberus," and s.v. "Osiris."

39 E. A. Wallis Budge, Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection (The Medici Society, 1911; New York: Dover Publications, 1973), 2:281.

40 R. T. Rundle Clark, Myth and Symbol in Ancient Egypt (London: Thames & Hudson, 1959; paperback ed., 1978), p. 257; E. A. Wallis Budge, An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary (London: John Murray, 1920; New York: Dover Publications, 1978), vol. 1, p. cxxv.

41 Budge, Osiris, 2:281.

42 Ibid.

43 For an illustrative example of Isis and Nephthys with their two differentiating crowns, see Budge, Osiris, 2:38.

44 Folklore, Mythology, and Legend, s.v. "Horus, Hor, or Har."

45 E. A. Wallis Budge, Egyptian Religion: Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899; reprint, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975), pp. 91 and 107.

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