Abtu

Abtu is the name of a sacred fish, according to Egyptian mythology, and of the city of Abydos, the place where Osiris and the early rulers of Egypt were buried. ==Abtu is this== Abtu was also the ancient word for the western or west of something. This was then understood as the place where the days passage of the sun across the sky finishes so for...
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Abtu

The Greeks called this place Abydos. It was the seat of worship of Osiris. It was also called Busiris, 'the house of Osiris'. Egyptian tradition says that the sun ended his daily journey at Abydos, and entered into the underworld here, through a gap in the mountains called 'peq'. In the 12th dynasty it was believed that the souls of the dead entere...
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