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TM Nam 354

Haunes
Stable URI (with TM Nam ID): www.trismegistos.org/name/354
Standard variants

Greek: Αὑνης

Egyptian: Ḥwn

Coptic: ϩⲱⲛⲉ

Gender: Male

Linguistic origins: Egyptian

Translation: (Der) Jungling

Principal element(s): Haunes

Type: religious?

epithet?

Bibliography: Demotisches Namenbuch p. 778

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619 attestations of 389 individuals in documentary texts from Egypt (= Ref level)

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Ref ID Publication Attestation Appears as Provenance (text) Date
117806Short Texts 3 1626, 2ḤwnpersonEgypt, Eastern desert - Wadi Hammamat [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 664 - 30
117820Short Texts 3 1649, 1 - 3ḤwnpersonEgypt, Eastern desert - Wadi Hammamat [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 664 - 30
102592O. Leiden Dem. 245, 4ḤwnpersonEgypt, U04b - Thebes [found & written]BC 332 - 30
95860Graff. Med. Habu 251, col. 2, 6ḤwnfatherEgypt, U04b - Memnoneia - Djeme (Thebes west), Medinet Habu [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - 30
206707I. Thèbes à Syène 185, 4ὈνήουςfatherEgypt, U01 - Gebel el-Silsila, north [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 699?