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"The God Montu: From the Earliest Attestations to the End of the New Kingdom", PhD dissertation by Edward Karl Werner, 1985

I was really excited to find this (almost 400-page, though a good number of those are taken up by transliterations and appendices of photographs) dissertation because Montu is a relatively ‘unpopular’ deity whose worship seems to have been limited to Thebes – He’s rarely mentioned in historical and modern sources and I’ve only ever seen one other Montu devotee, so I’ve always been pretty much on my own as far as He goes. 1,298 more words

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When One Door Closes...

I think it’s pretty obvious that I have fallen off of the wagon this year. I don’t even know if I could call it falling off the wagon, as it feels more like falling off the wagon and log rolling down the hill next to the wagon and into the bottom of the canyon that lies below. 1,109 more words

Pagan

Floating Through Deep Waters

“I’ll update my blog tomorrow”

I lied. I’m sorry about that. It’s been a really long time since I updated this thing, and- I’m not gonna lie- I really considered deleting it. 996 more words

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