numerology

Numerology information Nakht:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

songs

Songs about Nakht:

songsShtil di nakht iz oysgesthernt by Lucette Van Den Berg from the Album Lomir Geyn Tantsn

songsA Freylekhe Nakht In Gan Eydn by Klezmer Conservatory Band from the Album Oy Chanukah!

songsKlezmer Medley: Nakht in Gan Eydn/ Khasene March by Kid Kazooey & The Ballroom Roustabouts from the Album Umpteen Moons

songsAnnouncing Shtil di nakht by Heroes and Poets from the Album Memorial Concert of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943

songsAy Lyu-Lyu, nakht un regen by Heroes and Poets from the Album Memorial Concert of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943

songsBay Nakht by global shtetl band from the Album Bist Geven

songsBay Nakht (At Night) by Chava Alberstein from the Album The Well

books

Books about Nakht:

booksEgyptian Diary: The Journal of Nakht (Junior Library Guild Selection) by Richard Platt and David Parkins (Apr 22, 2014)

booksEgyptian Diary: The Journal of Nakht by Richard Platt and David Parkins (Nov 8, 2005)

booksA nakht in gan eydn (A Night in the Garden of Eden) - Score by Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)

booksThe tomb of Nakht: The art and history of an eighteenth dynasty official's tomb at Western Thebes by Abdel Ghaffar Shedid (1996)

booksBy Richard Platt Egyptian Diary: The Journal of Nakht (Junior Library Guild Selection) (Reprint) by Richard Platt (May 7, 2014)

booksThe Tomb of Nakht At Thebes by Norman de Garis Davies (2003)

booksDI LANGE NAKHT [AUTHOR INSCRIBED] by Eliezer Greenberg (1946)

wiki

Wiki information Nakht:

Nakht
Man, Person

The Ancient Egyptian official Nakht was an 'astronomer', scribe, and priest during the reign of Thutmose IV, during the Eighteenth Dynasty. He is buried in the Theban Necropolis, in tomb TT52.

TT52
Place of interment, Location

The Theban Tomb TT52 is located in Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, part of the Theban Necropolis, on the west bank of the Nile, opposite to Luxor. It is the burial place of the Ancient Egyptian official, Nakht.