Anmantf

Anmantf among the ancient Egyptians, was the name of a high sacerdotal dignity, the emblem and vestment of which was a panther's skin, and the long lock of hair peculiar to the infantile Horus. The title is said to mean literally "husband of his mother." It was specially connected with the worship of the Ithyphallic god Khem.

 
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