Mnévis is the Greek name of the bull crowned of ancient Egypt, terrestrial incarnation of the god Re (his Ba) and mediator of the god Atoum. Chosen, by priests according to very strict criteria (of which a black peeling), he was venerated in the temple of Héliopolis, and he is momifié and buried in a necropolis which is dedicated to him. It east represents on the walls of the temples and the tombs in the shape of a bull carrying a solar disk and a Uræus between the horns.
Its name transcribes Sea-wer or Merour .
Crowned bulls of ancient Egypt:
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