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Leitz 2000, 20). Here Selket is promising some resolution for the person, under the authority of the Lady of Chemmis, and the sentence implies a connection between the Lady of Chemmis and Selket. The title ‘Lady of Chemmis’ also appears on a Cippus of Horus (A1053) from the Leiden Museum, dating to the New Kingdom; a female figure standing in the same position as the protective goddesses, she is standing behind Selket (Sternberg-El Hotabi 1999, 145, 305). Selket, Wife of Horus With regard to the second part of the title, many names are known for the Wives of Horus.
8 or 1 mm drill bit, which is portable and can be taken to the museum, the saw used requires the objects to be brought to the University of Liverpool, where all the sampling and analyses are carried out by the author (as demonstrated in Fig. 1). Other collections included in this thesis Figure 1. The saw being used to cut a sample. This can either be done by putting a small object in the vice and cutting the object using the automated system, or larger objects can be done by hand (author’s own).
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