Amenti

Amenti

hidden world where the sun sets. [Egypt. Myth.: Leach, 42]
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The early Jews had Sheol, the Egyptians Amenti, and the Greeks Hades.
Alluding to the solar phase of this cycle, the sages of ancient Egypt spoke of "the return of the Osiris from the Amenti" [xx].
1) Amenti, Amentet or Ament, located in the west (the name literally means the "hidden place/ land"; Budge 1991: 41);
It is ironic, however, that the sarcophagi, portals for entering Amenti, Sekhet-Aaru, Maati or Ta-Ankh, in Poe's story are black, the exact opposite of "golden light," and indeed the very Greek name (sarco-phagus) for the Egyptian tombs (het-nub) means "flesh eater" (sarx, sarkos = "flesh"; phagein = "to eat"): the Greeks believed limestone (called by them sarcophagus) had the property of consuming the flesh of the corpses placed inside it, and so they used it for coffins.
In addition, the newspaper reported, Ashlee Iber Amenti, executive director of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast, said she is concerned that the new standard "will have unintended consequences."
No obstante, la importancia de esta coleccion es que cuenta con dos de las tres especies galigenas introducidas: Phanasis hypochoeridis (Kieffer) y Plagiotrochus amenti (Kieffer), y con las tres del unico genero endemico, Eschatocerus Mayr.
(Delgado-Gaitan, 1992; Delgado-Gaitan & Trueba, 1991; Moll, Amenti, Neff, & Gonzalez, 1992; Suarez-Orozco & Suarez-Orozco, 1995; Valdes, 1996).
Mientras tanto, Cristo miro hacia la entrada de la casa y diviso a Abbadon (la muerte), seguida de Amenti, su instrumento, ademas del diablo y sus ayudantes, vestidos de fuego.
According to intelligence service, federal police those members of the OFDM, who had parliamentary seats previously, and who joined now the OLF include, Getahcew Jigi, Abiot Kebede, Sarah Mamo and Getachew Amenti. And those members of the OFDM, who were found to have been engaged in terrorist activities by the court of justice, are Gudeta Shube, Ashenafi Adugna, Ethiopia Temesgen Ayansa.
I think of Columbus Fruge's voice dead in another Memphis, awakening in the Tuat, which I will here call Amenti, paralysed, blind, and deaf, helpless in the regions of "the great god who carrieth away souls, who eateth hearts, who feedeth upon offal, who dwelleth in the darkness," having only the one hour of night when the sun-boat traverses his part of Amenti in which to eat, and drink, find food, fight, and locate immortality, with the aid of so inadequate a guidebook as I can imagine the voice of Columbus Fruge to have been provided with, re-entering paralysis till a next time which always has almost no hope of happening, accordion barely a shadow of the massed forces of the second death.
So we decided to do this doom thing (Halls of Amenti) where we wanted it to be epic; there would be three parts released in three separate intervals.
2.6.2) and being vecors animi (2.6.3) and amenti similis (2.6.4) can only represent the auctorial, 'post eventum' perspective of the narrator, knowing now the consequences of the choice that he made at that time (130-132).