Hieroglyphics of Horapollo, tr. Alexander Turner Cory, , at sacred-texts.com
When they would denote the renovation of the moon, they again pourtray a CYNOCEPHALUS in this posture, standing upright, and raising its hands to heaven, with a diadem upon its head; and for the renovation they depict this posture, into which the cynocephalus throws itself, as congratulating the goddess, if we may so express it, in that they have both recovered light.
35:1 From the temple of Edfou.—Sh. E. I. 46. 6. Vocab. 959.