This was the horizon from which the sun emerged and disappeared. The horizon thus embodied the idea of both sunrise and sunset. It is similar to the two peaks of the Djew or mountain symbol with a solar disk in the center. Both the beginning and the end of each day was guarded by Aker, a double lion god. In the New Kingdom, Harmakhet ('Horus in the
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(from the article `Egypt`) ...the Nile rested the prosperity, the very continuity, of the land. The three seasons of the Egyptian year were even named after the land conditions ...
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[hieroglyph and season]
The Egyptian language word Akhet is both a hieroglyph and an Ancient Egyptian season. The two uses for akhet: ==Footnotes== ...
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