Origin of the name HAR-HOR.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name HAR-HOR.
HAR-HOR.Harhor. "Horus the Supreme." The high-priest of Amen, in the
reign of Rameses XII., and the first king of the XXIst dynasty. He
assumed the command of the troops and the management of the public works,
and on the death of Rameses XIII. he allied himself with the kings of
Assyria, whom the Egyptians were no longer able to overpower, and
resigning all right to the domination of Mesopotamia, usurped the throne
of Egypt. He however conquered the Northern Syrians or Rotennu.
He took to wife a Semitic princess, and gave Assyrian names to all his
children, none of whom succeeded him, his grandson, Pai-netem, coming next
to the crown. See Pai-netem.
(An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).