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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Seth-Peribsen (also known as Ash-Peribsen, Peribsen and Perabsen) is the serekh name of an early Egyptian monarch (pharaoh), who ruled during the Second Dynasty of Egypt (c. 2890 – c. 2686 BC). His chronological position within this dynasty is unknown and it is disputed who ruled both before and after him.
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  2. Set (deity) - Wikipedia

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    Set / s ɛ t / or Seth / s ɛ θ / (Egyptian: stẖ;) is a god of deserts, storms, disorder, violence, and foreigners in ancient Egyptian religion. In Ancient Greek , the god's name is given as Sēth (Σήθ).

  3. Seth - Wikipedia

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    For the Egyptian deity, see Set (deity). For other uses, see Seth (disambiguation). Seth, in Judaism, Christianity, Mandaeism, Sethianism, and Islam, was the third son of Adam and Eve and brother of Cain and Abel, their only other children mentioned by name in the Hebrew Bible.

  4. Seth-Peribsen - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Seth-Peribsen (also known as Ash-Peribsen, Peribsen and Perabsen) is the serekh name of an early Egyptian monarch (pharaoh), who ruled during the Second Dynasty of Egypt (c. 2890 – c. 2686 BC). His chronological position within this dynasty is unknown and it is disputed who ruled both before and after him.

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  5. In Egyptian mythology, Set' (also spelled Sutekh, Setesh, Seteh, Seth) was a god of the desert (including desert storms), thunder, evil, pain and suffering. The word 'Seth' was first said as 'Set'.

  6. Talk:Seth - Wikipedia

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    This Seth is the main person/thing that comes to mind for the bare name. The Egyptian god is most commonly referred to as either "Set" (most common) or "Sutekh" (less common). While there are numerous other well-known people bearing the name Seth, none are known by just the plain name.

  7. Seth - Wiktionary

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    Alternative forms

    1. (Egyptian god): Set, Sutekh

    Etymology

    From Hebrew שֵׁת‎ (Šet, “chosen one, anointed”).

    Pronunciation

    1. enPR: sĕth, IPA(key): /sɛθ/ 2. Rhymes: -ɛθ

    Proper noun

    Seth ? 1. Set(Egyptian god)

    Proper noun

    Seth m 1. Alternative form of Set

    Proper noun

    Seth c (genitive Seths) 1. A male given name of common usage, variant of Set.

  8. The Contendings of Horus and Seth - Wikipedia

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    "The Contendings of Horus and Seth" is a mythological story from the Twentieth Dynasty of Egypt found in the first sixteen pages of the Chester Beatty Papyri and deals with the battles between Horus and Seth to determine who will succeed Osiris as king.

  9. Seth - Wikipedia

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    În mitologia egipteană, Seth (scris și Sutekh, Setesh, Seteh Seti) este cunoscut drept fiu al lui Geb și al lui Nut, fratele lui Isis, Nephthys și Osiris. Seth este un zeu malefic, stăpân al deșertului, reprezentat cu trup de ogar cu coada despicată și cu botul prelung.

  10. The God: Seth – Egyptian Witchcraft

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    A famous god the early Egypt, Seth is the Lord of the Lower Egypt; Seth is a wide-eared imaginary animal with reddish hued mane, looking like a donkey or a similar animals. Seth is a god of inhospitable deserts and deadly storms. For decades, Seth was the main benefactor of Lower parts of Egypt, just like Horus, who protected the Upper parts ...

  11. Seth – Wikipedia

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    Seth (myös nimillä Setekh, Setesh, Set tai Sutek) oli muinaisessa Egyptissä palvottu sodan, aavikon, myrskyn, kaaoksen ja kavaluuden jumala. [1] [2] Hän oli egyptiläisessä mytologiassa taivaanjumalatar Nutin ja maanjumala Gebin poika.

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