Good question. Actually, neither if we want the actual translation
from ancient Egyptian to English which would be Sudekh. The name Set
is actually a later version of the name translated from Coptic to
English, and is the most commonly used in Egyptian studdies. The name
Seth is a Greek translation of Coptic to Greek. Confusing enough for
On 6/28/10, Hayden Presley <hdpres...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> Which translation is more direct from Egyptian? Another excellent example is
> Re and Ra.
> Best Regards,
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