'Seth' can also refer to...

Andrew Seth Pringle Pattison (1856—1931) philosopher

Contendings of Horus and Seth

James Seth (1860—1924)

Lakṣhmaṇdās Seth

Raghunāth Śeṭh (1931)


Seth A. Wagerman

Seth Barnes Nicholson (1891—1963)

Seth Bushell (1621—1684) Church of England clergyman

Seth Cable

Seth Carlo Chandler (1846—1913)

Seth Eastman (1808—1875)

Seth Godin

Seth Holland (c. 1514—1556) dean of Worcester

Seth J. Gillihan

Seth Jermy (1656—1724) naval officer

Seth L Schein

Seth L. Schein

Seth Lakeman

Seth Luther (1817—1846)

Seth Partridge (1604—1686) mathematical writer

Seth Pomeroy (1706—1777)

Seth, Shetaki (b. 1957)

Seth Sothel (c. 1668—1693) colonial governor

Seth Ward (1617—1689) astronomer and bishop of Exeter and Salisbury

Seth Warner (1743—1784)

Seth William Stevenson (1784—1853) antiquary

Symeon Seth

Vikram Seth (b. 1952) Indian novelist and poet


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In Egyptian mythology, an evil god who murdered his brother Osiris and wounded Osiris's son Horus. Seth is represented as having the head of an animal with a long pointed snout.

Subjects: Religion — Archaeology.

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