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Egyptian God/Goddess?

Postby Stargzer » Sun Apr 08, 2007 9:16 pm

Before this avatar leaves us, I'd like to find out what ancient Egyptiian god/goddess had the body of a vulture and the head of a rabbit/hare.


Does it only eat grains and vegetable that have been cut down and are rotting?

This creature is, I trust, no relation to Bunnicula!

The Bunnicula series is a great set of stories for someone with a warped sense of humor to read to their children; after all, SOMEONE has to carry the madness on. [Hint to Dr. Goodword for his grandkids] :wink: I didn't know the series had expanded to 21 books!

The three I remember reading:

Howliday Inn (February 1, 1982)
The Celery Stalks at Midnight (August 1, 1983)
Return to Howliday Inn (March 28, 1992)

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Postby gailr » Mon Apr 09, 2007 10:37 pm

Gzer, to paraphrase Queen Victoria, "We are amused."

But this is clearly an Easter Bonnet, fetchingly fletched in Spring pastels. The oh-so-last-season Uraeus has been replaced with Peep-Amun which is, perhaps, a better symbol for millions of years...

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