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Attendant of Horus (ancient Egyptian: ḫt-ḥrw) is an ancient Egyptian honorific title held exclusively by queen consorts. The title's first attested holder is queen Nimaathap of the Second Dynasty and it is worn further throughout the Old Kingdom.

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All variations of the title[]

  • 1st Dynasty: One who Carries Horus (rmnt-ḥrw)
  • 1st Dynasty: One who Carries Seth (rmnt-stš)
  • 1st-3rd Dynasty: One who Sees Horus (mꜣꜣt-ḥrw)
  • 2nd-6th Dynasty: Attendant of Horus (ḫt-ḥrw)
  • 4th-5th Dynasty: Companion of Horus (smrt-ḥrw or tist-ḥrw)
  • 4th-6th and 11th Dynasty: One who Sees Horus and Seth (mꜣꜣt-ḥrw-stš)

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