Diferenzas entre revisións de «Anubis»

 
"Anubis" é o termo grego adaptado do nome [[Lingua exipcia|exipcio]] do deus.{{sfn|Coulter|Turner|2000|p=58}} No [[Imperio Antigo de Exipto]] (c. -2686 e c. -2181), a forma estándar do nome escrito en [[Xeróglifo exipcio|xeróglifos]] estaba composto dos sons '''''ı͗npw''''' seguido dun "chacal"<ref>The canine referred to as the Egyptian jackal in older texts was recently biologically reclassified as a separate [[canidae|canid]] species more closely related to grey wolves and coyotes than golden jackals. Furthermore ancient Greek texts about Anubis constantly refer to the deity as having a dog's head, not jackal or wolf, and there is still uncertainty as to what canid represents Anubis. Therefore the Name and History section uses the names the original sources used but in quotation marks.</ref> sobre un símbolo ''[[Hotep]]'':{{sfn|Leprohon|1990|p=164, citing {{harvnb|Fischer|1968|p=84}} e {{harvnb|Lapp|1986|pp=8–9}}}}
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Unha nova forma co "chacal" nun alto aparecerapareceu a finais do Imperio Antigo e fíxose común a partir de entón:{{sfn|Leprohon|1990|p=164, citing {{harvnb|Fischer|1968|p=84}} and {{harvnb|Lapp|1986|pp=8–9}}}}
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