We’re recycling again. Atum’s next title is one we’ve had earlier, in Office Hieroglyphs, when it was being used by Osiris. This is what it looked like the first time:
This time around, in Atum’s titulary, the spelling has expanded a bit. This is what it looks like now:
aa, great, is difficult to see because it’s partly flaked off, but when you know what’s there, you can pick out the traces. The wooden column which was written vertically in Osiris’ titulary is horizontal in Atum’s. You can see the line of the upper edge, but the lower edge has disappeared. You’ll have to imagine the mirror image of the visible edge reflected in the gap below it.
The sign underneath is a new one, though; it’s this:
It’s a determinative often used for abstract words. It’s easy to draw: a thin rectangle with a little w on top. And it’s versatile; like the wooden pillar aa, you can draw it vertically or horizontally, to suit the artistic balance of your own inscription.
It’s up to you whether you think your colleague is a great enough god to warrant the fuller version of the title; or whether you think they’re better represented by something short and flaky.