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Hapimou

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Next was Hapimou, the Nile, whose waters were the chief source of their food, whose overflow marked the limits between the cultivated land and the desert; to him they owed nothing but grateful thanks. He is a figure of both sexes, having the beard of a man and the breastes of a child-bearing woman. He carries in his arms fruits and flowers and sometimes waterfowls.

Author
Egyptian mythology and Egyptian Christianity By Samuel Sharpe Published 1863 Available from books.google.com
Keywords
Egypt, Mythology, Religion
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