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Onuris (Egyptian deity)

LC control no.n 2014058571
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingOnuris (Egyptian deity)
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Variant(s)Onuris-Shu (Egyptian deity)
Onuris-Shu-Ra (Egyptian deity)
Shu e Onuris (Egyptian deity)
Onuris-Horo (Egyptian deity)
Anhur (Egyptian deity)
Inhur (Egyptian deity)
Inhert (Egyptian deity)
Han-her (Egyptian deity)
Associated countryEgypt
Found inIl dio Onuris, 2014: t.p. (Onuris) p. 16 (god of This [ancient city in Egypt]) p. 23 (variants: Onuris-Shu, Onuris-Shu-Ra, Shu e Onuris, Onuris-Horo)
Britannica concise encyclopedia, via Credo ref., Sept. 22, 2014: (under Shu: he was also identified with Onuris, a warrior god)
Pinch, Geraldine. Egyptian mythology, 2002, via Google books, Sept. 22, 2014: p. viii (Onuris (Anhur, Inhur, Inhert))
Routledge dictionary of Egyptian gods and goddesses, 2005: p. 113 (Onuris: warrior- and hunter-god originating at This, near Abydos)
Ancient Egypt online, viewed Sept. 22, 2014: (Anhur (Han-her, Inhert) is often known by his Greek name Onuris)