Ancient Egyptian Crossword Puzzle 10/02/2006

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2Deity of Infinity and Eternity (3)
4 Tutankhamun's successor (2)
5Ancient Cow Goddess (3)
8The Sun God (2)
9Goddess of Music and Dance (6)
10An Arabic word for a holy man or saint from any religion (3)
11The part of a cruciform style church which crosses at right angles to the nave (8)
13Roofed colonnade, often running around the outside of small New Kingdom temples and Graeco-Roman birth houses (10)
16The Astral God (3)
17The Bird of Creation (4)
18A band of inscriptions usually on textiles or around walls (5)
19A vaulted hall, usually associated with a mosque (5)
22A house, or the self contained apartments into which Ummayed mansions and Abbasid palaces were divided (4)
23From Coptic art, the position of a figure with hands raised in adoration (5)
26Goddess of the Firmament (3)
27God of Fertility (3)
28The Sun God (2)
29A market or meeting place (5)
30 Northern Aqaba beach resort (4)
1 Famous female pharoah; daughter of Thutmose I and Ahmose Nefertari (10)
2A form of hieroglyphs in script (8)
3God of the Spoken Word (2)
6An Islamic house or mansion (3)
7A religious hostel for Sufi, where the shaykh may reside and instruct his disciples (7)
10mother of all the gods; mistress of the sky (4)
12A Turkish title of governors, high- ranking army officers or powerful civilians (3)
14Kindly God of the Desert (2)
15A sign in the script which is to indicate a dual or plural form (9)
16A title which was originally adopted by the rulers of the Islamic world, but later used by many regional rulers (6)
17The Dominant Male Baboon God (4)
20Ancient Son of Re (5)
21Used for desiccating mummies, a carbonate salt usually from Wadi Natrun (6)
24A large pulpit raised on pillars (5)
25Centipede God (4)
27Grandmother of the Gods (3)