# H. Te Velde - Seth, God Of Confusion

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Many different forms of the name of Seth occur in the Egyptian texts.) In the texts of the pyramids, except in the Unas pyramid, it is written: In the Unas pyramid the name is written only with the so-called Seth-animal, lying down.
Afterwards also, the name may be written with the Seth-animal alone, lying down or seated or with a seated god with the head of the Seth-animal.) These signs may be supplemented or replaced as in the Pyramid texts by one-letter signs, not always the same ones. The first letter is usually Ś, less often s. Whenever the \$ or s is written, thet is written also. Other signs show more variation. Often combined with one of the usual determinatives of gods or one of the different forms of the Seth-animal as a more special determinative the various spellings are as follows