Diforc'hioù etre adstummoù "Horus"

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Neubeut amzer goude-se, Horus zo dizoloet kousket en un oaziz gant e eontr a ziframm e zaoulagad digantañ ha e lez da vervel er gouelec'h. Degouezhout a ra [[Hator]] hag e pare an doue yaouank.
 
Erru skuizh gant o drougoberoù e c'houlenn Re digante en em glevet diouzhtu. Ijinañ a ra Seth un dro-widre evit trec'hiñ e niz memes tra met mont a ra e denn er c'hleuz. Drougdic'hoanaget an tamm ennañanezhañ e c'houlenn neuze ouzh an [[Navad]] Bras ma vint barnet diwar disoc'h an duvel : Pep hini a savo ul lestr maen hag e vo ur redadeg war an Nil. Mont a raio kurun Egipt gant an trec'hour. Asantiñ a ra Horus diouzhtu.
 
 
Sevel a reas Seth e vazh ha skeiñ gant krec'h ur menez. Neuze e savas ur pezh bag maen solut hag e stlejas anezhañ betek ar stêr. Edo bag Horus war an dour dija rak an doue yaouank en doa savet ur vag gant prenn pin, e kuzh, ha goloet anezhañ gant plastr evit reiñ neuz ar maen dezhañ. Pa glaaskas Seth lakaat e vag war an dour e oueledas betek deun an [[Nil]] hag an Nevad Bras ha c'hoarzhin. Setu Seth ha lammat en dour hag o kemer stumm un dourvarc'h adarre hag eñ mont da vag horus. Dispenn a reas anezhañ hag ar vag a yeas da zeun an dour ivez.
 
 
Osiris a oa chomet mut betek-henn a c'hourdrouz neuze miret ouzh ar plant
hag ouzh an trevadoù a greskiñ ma ne zoujer ouzh gwirioù e vab. Spontet an
tamm anezhe, an doue a ro kurunenn Egipt da Horus.
 
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Osiris a oa chomet mut betek-henn a c'hourdrouz neuze miret ouzh ar plant
 
hag ouzh an trevadoù a greskiñ ma ne zoujer ouzh gwirioù e vab. Spontet an
Mighty Seth took up His club. He strick the top of a mountain. Then he built a huge ship of solid stone and dragged it to the river. Horus' ship was already afloat, for the Young God had secretly made a boat of pine and plastered it so as to appear as stone. Seth tried to launch His boat; it sank to the bottom of the Nile and the Ennead laughed. Seth leaped into the water. He turned Himself into a hippopotamus once more. He attacked the bark of Horus. The wooden boat splintered and sank. Horus grabbed His spear and thrust at Seth, but the Ennead shouted at Him to stop; He had to obey the command of the Great Gods of Annu.
tamm anezhe, an doue a ro kurunenn Egipt da Horus.
 
Horus made His complaint against Seth: "It is now eighty years We are in the Court, but They do not know how to judge amoung Us. I have contended with Him in the Hall of the Way of Truth. I was found right against Him. I have contended with Him in the Hall of the Horned Horus. I was found right against Him. I have contended with Him in the Hall of the Field of Rushes. I was found right against Him. I have contended with Him in the Hall of the Field Pool. I was found right against Him."
 
In the Trial, Re-Atum asked this important question: "What shall We do about these two Gods, Who for eighty years now have been before the tribunal?"
 
Geb, Lord of the Gods, commanded the Nine Gods gather to Him. He judged between Horus and Seth; He ended Their great quarrel. He made Seth as king of Southern Egypt, up to the place in which He was born, which is Su. And Geb made Horus king of Egypt in the land of Northern Egypt, up to the place in which His Father was drowned, which is the Division of the Two Lands.
 
Thus Horus stood over one region, and Seth stood over one region. They made peace over the Two lands. That was the divsion of the Two Lands.
 
Geb's words to Seth, "Go to the place in which You were born." Seth: Southern Egypt. Geb's words to Horus, "Go to the place where Your Father was drowned." Horus: Northern Egypt. Geb's words to Horus and Seth, "I have seperated You."- Lower and Upper Egypt.
 
Then Horus spake and said, "It is not good to defraud Me before the Ennead and to take the office of my Father Osiris from Me!"
 
Shu and Thoth persuaded the Court to send a letter to Osiris. After a time, the messanger returned. He bore an angry letter from the King of the Dead. Osiris demanded to know why His son had been robbed of the throne. He demanded to know if the Gods had forgotten that it was He, Osiris, Who had given the world the precious gifts of barley and wheat.
 
Re was offended at Osiris' words. He returned a letter of arrogance. After many days, another weary messenger returned. He bore a second letter from the King of the Dead. Thoth read it aloud: "How good are the deeds of the Ennead? Justice has sunk into the underworld. Now, listen to Me; The land of the Dead is full of demons who fear no God or Goddess. If I send them out into the world of the living they will bring back the hearts of evil-doers to the place of punishment. Who amoung You is more powerful than I? Even the Gods must come, at last, to the Beautiful West." At these words even the Creator was afraid.
 
Then it seemed wrong to Geb that the portion of Horus was like the portion of Seth. So Geb gave to Horus His inheritance, for He is the Son of His Firstborn Son.
 
Geb's words to the Nine Gods: "I have appointed Horus, the Firstborn, Him alone, Horus, the inheritance. To the Son of My Son, Horus, the Jackal of Southern Egypt...the First-Born Horus, the Opener of the Ways."
 
Then Horus stood over the land. He is the uniter of this land, proclaimed in the Great Name Ta-tenen, South of His Wall, Lord of Eternity.
 
Then sprouted the two Great Magickians upon His head. He is Horus who arose as King of Upper and Lower Egypt, who united the Two Lands in the Nome of the Wall, the place in which the Two Lands were united.
 
Reed and papyrus were placed on the double door of the House of Ptah. That means Horus and Seth, pacified and united. They fraternized so as to cease quarrreling in whatever place They might be, being united in the House of Ptah, the Balance of the Two Lands in which Upper and Lower Egypt had been weighed.
 
 
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