Huy

[High Priest of Ptah] Huy was a High Priest of Ptah during the reign of Ramesses II. Huy is known from two shabtis (now in the Louvre) dedicated at an Apis burial in the Serapeum. The Apis burials are dated to years 16 and 30. Huy may have served as High priest of Ptah from approximately year 2 to year 20 of the reign of Ramesses II. Huy wa...
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Huy

[hills] The Huy (roughly pronounced `hoo` or, in German, `hüh`, from the Old High German for Höhe = `heights`) or Huywald is a ridge, up to 314 metres high, in western Saxony-Anhalt in Germany. It lies in the northern part of the district of Harz, about 10 kilometres northwest of Halberstadt and a few kilometres west of Schwanebeck. It is...
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Huy

[Viceroy of Kush] Huy was Viceroy of Kush during the reign of Ramesses II. He may have served either before or after Setau. Huy was also Mayor of Tjarw and a royal messenger to the Hatti. According to an inscription, he escorted Queen Maathorneferure from Hatti to Egypt. ...
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Huy

Huy (üē') , Du. Hoie, commune (1991 pop. 18,197), Liège prov., E Belgium, on the Meuse River; founded in the 9th cent. Huy produces paper, pottery, pewter, and machinery; grains are grown in nearby fields. Below the citadel (19th cent.; now a military depot and a prison), which d...
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