2 edition of Temples of Armant found in the catalog.
Temples of Armant
Mond, Robert Sir
|Statement||with chapters by M.S. Drower [and others]|
|Contributions||Myers, Oliver Humphrys, 1903-, Egypt Exploration Fund|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 vol. text [and] 1 vol. plates.|
The people described in the Book of Mormon operated multiple temples. This violates the dictates of the Old Testament Scriptures on two counts: First, God commanded Israel to build only one temple to reflect that fact that there is only one true God. Second, the one legitimate temple was to be built in Jerusalem (Zion), the location designated. THERE existed at Armant until the year an extremely interesting temple built by Cleopatra the Great in honour of the birth of her son Caesarion. This was completely demolished between the.
HERMONTHIS (Armant) Egypt. A city, noted by Strabo (), ca. 25 km S of Thebes on the W bank of the Nile. Both the Greek and Arabic names refer to a vanished temple dedicated to the Egyptian god Mont, the falcon god of war. Its chief object of worship was, however, the bull Buchis. reviews of books find that the dubious efforts at Persian composition of Thomas Wm. Beale are regarded as worthy of a place (p. ). Nilometer was still standing in the temple lake of Armant. The bull appears to have been allowed to die a natural death, the span of .
Excavations in the 20th century pushed the history of the site back to the Gerzean period (c. –c. bce), when a small settlement was founded on the wide eastern bank of the Nile contains the northern group of the Theban city temples, called in ancient times Ipet-Isut, “Chosen of Places.” The ruins cover a considerable area and are still impressive, though. Erment [Armant] (Hermonthis). Vue du temple prise au nord-ouest. Type of Resource. still image. Genre. Prints. Date Issued. - Division. Rare Book Division. Editor. Jomard, M. (Edme-François), More Details Cite This Item Image ID Rare Book Division.
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Armant is the ancient Greek settlement of Hermonthis, but the history of the city much predates that. It thrived during the Middle Kingdom and was enlarged during the 18th Dynasty with the construction of huge temples (now gone). Temples of Armant by Mond, Robert Sir, unknown edition.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mond, Robert, Sir, Temples of Armant. London: Egypt Exploration Society, (OCoLC) Temples of Armant. A Preliminary Survey. By Sir Robert Mond and Oliver H. Myers.; with Chapters by M.
Drower, D. Harden, S. Huzayyin, R. McEuen and Mary I Cited by: 2. Temples of Armant – A Preliminary Survey – Chapter V – The Coptic Town – Sir Robert Mond. Author: Sir Robert Mond. Categories: Christian Arts and Archaeology, Combined Books in Christian Arts.
Updated: 16 October Click to Expand Book ID Card Item Details; English. Temples of Armant: a preliminary survey: Author(s): Mond, R.; Myers, O.H. Year published: Publisher: London, The Egypt Exploration Society: Volume: Pages: File: View PDF: 1,3 mb: Any PDF files provided by the RRC are for personal use only and may not be reproduced.
The files reflect the holdings of the RRC library and only contain pages. Armant (Egyptian jwnj, jwnj šm'j "Southern Heliopolis" or jwnj-mntw "the Heliopolis of the Nomad": (Coptic: ⲉⲣⲙⲉⲛⲧ or ⲁⲣⲙⲁⲛⲑ ˈərməntʰ) and known in Koine Greek as Hermonthis (Ancient Greek: Ἑρμῶνθις), is a town located about 12 miles south of was an important Middle Kingdom town, which was enlarged during the Eighteenth Dynasty.
At Armant, the ancient Iuni, there was an impressive Temple of Montu at least since the 11th Dynasty, which may have been native of Armant. King Mentuhotep II is its first known builder, but the original complex was enlarged and embellished during the 12th Dynasty, the less well-known 13th Dynasty (c.
– BC), and later in the New. M2 Mond, Robert Ludwig - Temples of Armant - A Preliminary survey Armant - Plates () by Mond, Robert Ludwig (Sir) ().
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M1 Mond, Robert Ludwig - Temples of Armant A Preliminary Survey Armant Text () Item Preview remove-circle. Toggle navigation. Search Submit Search. Advanced book search. Temples of Armant: a preliminary survey / by Sir Robert Mond and Oliver H.
Myers. With chapters by M.S. Drower, D.B. Harden [and others]. 1) Reflections on the Modern Temple 2) The Temple in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East 3) Temple, Covenant, Law, and Kingship 4) The Temple in the Book of Mormon and Ancient America 5) The Temple according to Jadaism 6) The Temple in the New Testament 7) The Real and the Symbolic 8) The Temple and Sacred VestmentsReviews: 3.
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Bucheum at Armant, 15 km south of modern Luxor on the west bank of the Nile, in the season Robert Mond and Oliver Myers started to excavate the site’s main temple of Montu-Re.
Completely destroyed down to its foundation courses from the fourth-fifth centuries AD onward, the temple of the falcon-headed solar deity. Armant, Greek Hermonthis, Egyptian Per-month, ancient town in Upper Egypt, near Thebes on the west bank of the Nile was the seat of a sun cult and was a crowning place of kings.
The war god Mont was worshiped there in hawk-headed human form and also in his epiphany, the bull was probably the original home of the rulers of Thebes who reunited Egypt after the First.
Ancient Temple in Upper Egypt (South) The construction works of the temple began during the 11th Dynasty under Mentuhotep III. Later, annexes were added during the 12th Dynasty as many blocks with high quality reliefs were preserved with inscriptions by Amenemhat I.
During the New Kingdom more additions were built onto the temple. Temples-- Egypt-- Armant Armant (Egypt) Genres Prints Notes Content: Title on spine: Egypt and Nubia--plates.
Type of Resource Still image Identifiers NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 50f8bc6ccfda7bc34 Rights Statement. Limestone casing of the Bent Pyramid of Snefru at Dahshur ca B.C. Picture by Meretseger Books. Related books: FAKHRY Ahmed, The monuments of Snefru at Dahshur.
Vol. I: The bent pyramid not available STADELMANN Rainer, Die ägyptischen Pyramiden. Armant. Armant is the ancient Greek settlement of Hermonthis, but the history of the city much predates that.
Located a little over 12 miles south of Thebes, it thrived during the Middle Kingdom and was enlarged during the 18th Dynasty with the construction of huge temples (now gone).Title Erment (Hermonthis) - vue générale des ruines - temple et mammisi / Félix Teynard.
Summary General view of ruins of temple and mammisi (birth temple) at Armant (the ancient city of .The female pharaoh Hatshepsut reigned for nearly twenty years during Egypt's early New Kingdom in the fifteenth century B.C. First acting as regent for her young nephew/stepson Thutmose III, she in time assumed the title of king and exercised the full powers of the throne as senior co-ruler.
In accordance with Egyptian tradition, Hatshepsut was often depicted as a male king.5/5(2).