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Image from page 109 of “The gods of the Egyptians : or, Studies in Egyptian mythology” (1904)
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Title: The gods of the Egyptians : or, Studies in Egyptian mythology
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Budge, E. A. Wallis (Ernest Alfred Wallis), Sir, 1857-1934
Subjects: Mythology, Egyptian
Publisher: Chicago : Open Court Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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strength, who riseth in the heavens with four heads, who lighteth up the heavens and the earth (like Ra), who appeareth in the form of the Nile like (Osiris), who vivifieth the earth (like Seb), and who formeth the breath of life for all men, the chief of the gods, the lord of heaven and the king of the gods, ^ Ba-neb-Tettu was originally a local form of Ra,but he subsequently was made to include within himself not onlythe Soul of Ra, but the Souls of Osiris, and Seb, and Shu. Thesefour Souls are reproduced by Signor Lanzone, and appear in theform of four rams, the horns of each being surmounted by auraeus; they are described as The Soul of Seb, lord of Het- .xjA*S\ ,_j*j. As a matter of fact the first portion of this name represents®jxovU, the Greek nam.e of one portion of the ancient city of Tettu, and the second— al-Amdid —is a corruption of Ba-neb-Tettu, which became Ba-neb-Tet, thenBa-n-Tet, and finally Man-Tet, Mendes. ■ See Brugsch, Religion, p. 309. Dizionario, pi. 68.

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HAT-MEHIT 65 teft; the Soul of Osiris, lord of Ta-sent; the Soul of Shu, lord of Anit; and the Soul of Ra, dweller in In allusion to these Souls the Ram of Mendes is sometimesdescribed as the Ram with Four faces (or, heads) on one neck, <r-i? 1 J, The female counterpart of Ba-neb-Tettu was Hat-mehit, °^°^X iH ofl ^^^ ^^^ ^°^ ^5 ^^^ ^0*^ ^^^ Heru-pa-khart,the dweller within Tettu, ^D^^^JJ- This goddess isalways represented as a woman, who bears on her head the fish,^, which is the symbol of the nome, v^^il. She is described as the dweller in Atemet, ^ aaaa« (| ^^ 1 Z, and she was in some way connected with Punt, but the centre of her worship in Egyptwas the city of Mendes, of which she is called the Mother ; shewas, of course, a form both of Isis and Hathor, and as such wascalled the Eye of Ra, the lady of heaven, and the mistress of thegods. In late dynastic times, when Ba-neb-Tettu was especiallyregarded as the Soul of Osiris, and when the other aspects of thegod were not cons

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Featured Bears Image – Image from page 395 of “The Wheel and cycling trade review” (1888)

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Image from page 395 of “The Wheel and cycling trade review” (1888)
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Identifier: wheelcyclingtrad11241newy
Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review
Year: 1888 (1880s)
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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists
Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review
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, and Sanger, who is inclined to be stub-born, has not been slow to note the improve-ment, and tractably follow his trainers advice.Culver is one of the youngest trainers in thebusiness. He is just twenty-five, but has beenhandling athletes—college men principally—for seven years. He is a crack wrestler, foot-ball player and swimmer, and can keep a wheelmoving as well. He studied under Prof.Roberts, and knows every bone, muscle andsinew in the human frame. He handled H. C. Tyler last season. What Tyler has done theworld knows. Sanger takes with him two Sanger racers,three sets of Palmer tires, a pair of Greyhoundtires and the first pair of the new Telegramtires turned out. He will probably use thePalmer tires in his races. P. H. Sercombe, who originally intendedaccompanying Sanger abroad, was preventedby business. He was on hand to see Sangeroff, however, and was with him during his stayat Springfield, Mass. While there Sercombewriggled off a mile in 2m. 30s. A MAN WORTH WATCHING.

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THROUGH RAIN AND MUD. THE RELAY RIDE FROM BOSTON TO CHICAGO A REPETITION OF LAST YEARS RUN. CHAS. H. CALLAHAN. Mr. Callahan comes from that city wheregood men are not scarce—Buffalo, N. Y. He first came into prominence last season, and fora man whose opportunities are limited, per-formed so well that he will bear watching dur-ing the current year. He first made his appear-ance as an armory rider, but did nothing worthyof note. It was not until the Press CyclingClubs outdoor meet last Spring that he foundhis speed. At that meet he finished first in theclub championship, the half mile handicap andthe five mile handicap, and second in the citychampionship. At Tonawanda a few weekslater he also scored heavily, winning threeraces and finishing second in the mile open.At Hamilton, Canada, he won three races, fin-ishing second to Zimmerman and beating Wellsand Hyslop, the Canadian cracks. At Batavia,at Richfield Springs and at Lockport he alsoscored, and in the team road race between theRa

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Never leave home without team spirit with Rico Tag’s Spirit Watch. This team licensed watch is made of a supple rubber sports strap with sports buckle with an acrylic case lens. Composite case ratcheting sport elapsed time bezel with team color dial feature silver time and fluorescent hands. Root for your team at all times. Case Size 33mm; Case Width 8mm; Lug Size 14mm; Total usable Length 7-inches-to-9-inches.

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This NFL Travel Table features a portable, folding soft-top design with durable polyester construction, with your favorite team’s logo in the center, on a powder-coated steel frame. Perfect for the game room, camping, tailgating, or as a card table, it seats four comfortably and includes four sunken mesh cup holders in the tabletop, plus two more drink pockets; one on each end. The two zippered security pockets add storage to house your personal items such as cell phones, keys, and wallets. The Travel Table comes equipped with matching drawstring carry bag for easy transport and storage. When open, the table measures 42-1/2 long by 27-1/2 wide by 27-1/2 high. Fold it up to a compact 5-1/2 wide by 42-1/2 long, and store it in its carry bag. This handy table makes a great gift! Comes with Picnic Time’s Lifetime Limited Warranty.

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Cool Bears Picture – Image from page 159 of “Healthy living” (1917)

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Image from page 159 of “Healthy living” (1917)
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Identifier: healthylivin01wins
Title: Healthy living
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Winslow, C.-E. A. (Charles-Edward Amory), 1877-1957
Subjects: Health
Publisher: New York and Chicago, Charles E. Merrill company
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ey might have to fight for their lives andthe lives of their families at any hour of the day ornight. Perhaps you have seen pictures of the Puritansin New England going to church on a Sunday morning,each man with his gun on his shoulder, ready in casean Indian attack should come. After the Atlantic states had been settled, the white men pushed farther and farther west. In each place. the brave pioneers took possession of the new lands at the risk of their own lives. One of the most famous of these pioneers was Daniel Boone. He was born more than a hundred and fifty years ago in Virginia; but he soon sought for adventure in the unknown lands to the west. He and five other companions pushed out into 156 OUR UNSEEN ENEMIES 157 the wilderness of what is now Kentucky. Boone wastaken prisoner by the Indians, but made his escape andlived for nearly two years in the forest, part of the timealone and part of the time with his brother, who hadfollowed him from their home. The Boones were mighty

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Fig. 5Q.—Daniel Boone, pioneer fighter of wild beasts and Indians.The microbes must be fought to-day, as the bears and wolveswere fought a hundred and fifty years ago. hunters and trapped and killed bears and other wildanimals, so as to make furs out of the skins. In 1775 Daniel Boone went out with a large partyand built a fort of logs at the place now called Boones-borough. Three times this fort was attacked by theIndians, and the last time there were four hundred andfifty of them against Boones little force of fifty men. 158 HEALTHY LIVING Can you imagine the wooden fort with narrow loop-holes through which the guns of the white men werepointing, as the Indians came dashing out of the forestto the attack? No enemies had any terrors, however,for Boone and his companions. They beat off theIndians, even though they were nine to one against,them; and after this the fort at Boonesborough wasnever attacked again. We ought always to remember gratefully these bravemen who went out into ne

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Featured Bears Picture – Skyscraper café

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Skyscraper café
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A bit of sun finds a sidewalk café. (As usual, I was having a grilled sandwich.) A brand new skyscraper with an ostentatious name across the corner has cut back on the sun. The newer tower visible here has, unlike too many of its contemporaries, a distinctive stairstep form, acute angle, and "funny hat" peak — a snarky architect might call its retardataire form a dunce cap — that fans would be able to recognize from any other perspective. The truly astute will notice that (surprisingly) something other than parking occupies the lower floors of the nearer tower, and Illy coffee’s characteristic red umbrellas.

Of course this is the Near North Side; both cross streets are named after bodies of water named after American Indian tribes — and only one north-south street qualifies, as most of the rest bear French or English settlers’ names.

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On Sundays, Yogi’s was America and the pool tables were embassies.

Atop the tables at the Indiana University sports bar were wooden boards to level the surface. Atop the boards, football fans draped their flags. Bears. Packers. Bengals. Browns. Vikings. Lions — all the teams closest to Bloomington, Indiana, with the exception of the hometown Colts, whom none of us could bear. Peyton Manning’s drawl and Marvin Harrison’s silent routes and Edgerrin James running and running until you wanted to be anywhere but the state of Indiana.

At Yogi’s, you felt like you were.

I didn’t drink until I was 22. I didn’t have a fake I.D. I didn’t enter a bar until I was 21. So when I went to one, there had to be something more than booze. Yogi’s had something more. A juke box with the Allman Brothers and the Pharcyde and Pearl Jam. Darts. Bar trivia. Photo hunt. Televisions. Chicken fingers. Pool tables. Cool folks.

I loved Yogi’s. It was the only bar in Bloomington where I felt like everyone was comfortable as themselves. No one was trying to score or front or hustle. We just wanted to have ” >”>

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