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" HYC, according to the sacred dialect, denotes a king, as is Sos, a shepherd ; but this according to the ordinary dialect ; and of these is compounded HYCSOS : but some say that these people were Arabians. "
The Mummy: Chapters on Egyptian Funereal Archaeology - Page 23
by Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1894 - 404 pages
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The Works of Josephus: With a Life Written by Himself, Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1889
...for the first syllable live, according to the sacred dialect, denotes a king, as is SOS a shepherd ; but this according to the ordinary dialect ; and of...kings, but on the contrary denotes captive shepherds, an3 this on account of the particle HYC ; for that HYC, with the aspiration, in the Egyptian tongue,...
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Historical Origins, Comprising "The Chaldæan and Hebrew and ..., Volumes 1-4

1892
...for the first syllable Hyk, according to the sacred dialect denotes .a king, as is Sos a shepherd but this according to the ordinary dialect ; and of these is compounded Hyksos; but some say that these people were Arabians." " Now," says Josephus, " in another copy, '...
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A Self-verifying Chronological History of Ancient Egypt: From the Foundation ...

Orlando P. Schmidt - 1899 - 569 pages
...the first syllable, Hyk, according to the sacred dialect, denotes a king, as is Sos, a shepherd but this according to the ordinary dialect; and of these is compounded Hyksos: but some say that these were Arabians." While on the subject of the meaning of the word "Hyksos,"...
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The Mummy: Chapters on Egyptian Funereal Archaeology

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1964 - 404 pages
...the first syllable HYC, according to the sacred dialect, denotes a king, as is SOS, a shepherd but this according to the ordinary dialect ; and of these is compounded HYCL'/S : but some say that these people were Arabians." Now, in another copy it is said, that this...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus: The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem ...

M. a. Reverend a. R. Shilleto, Flavius Josephus - 2006 - 276 pages
...king, as does Sos a shepherd and shepherds in the ordinary dialect, and of these is compounded HTCSOS. But some say that these people were Arabians." Now, in another copy it is said, that HVC does not denote kings, but on the contrary captive shepherds ; for HVC again in the Egyptian tongue,...
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