The Ox, as I have written about here, is written in singular jw3 without a feminine ending and as such represents a single male ox or bull. In Egyptian astronomy, the bull can represent:
1. Meskhetiu, the modern day Ursa Major as I have identified the bull in the story of Djedi to;
2. Taurus as represented in the Zodiac of Dendera; or
3. Saturn which according to Quack was known as "Horus bull of the sky".
I love your puzzles.I am going to take a long look later,
Just a random thought. As Nut has the Jar symbol could this Bull be Geb ? One of his symbols is a Bull.
He is unusually a Male Earth Deity as opposed to the usual nurturing female. The Ancient Greeks identified Geb with Cronus, who is of course Saturn to the Romans.
Re 1000 loaves, could these be the 'daily bread' i.e.1000 nights of Nut ? Bread and beer, Nut and Geb ? As the AE divided their months into 4, and only celebrated the 6th of the month it would give 20.8 months- 1.73 years.(1000/4/12 ) This formula worked on another OP where the 3000 lunations started as a puzzle.Leaving it as 1000 nights gives 2.7 years. Probably nothing. I can't think of anything in a 1000:100 ratio.I see there was the Feast of Nut on Feb 1st ( delighted to see I share my birthday Feb 2nd with her...the things you learn ! ) Day of Nut Feb 26th.
Another thing I learned somewhile back. In Arabic the 10001 Nights of Scheherazade tale is actually a little joke.They used 1000 to represent Infinity and you cannot add a 1 to Infinity.
There is an ancient tradition in many cultures (including Zoroastrian) to fumigate ones home with incense two times a day (i.e. during sunrise and after sunset) by putting incense on fire ambers taken from a continuous hearth.( Zoroastrian site ) So 2 balls of Incense kind of marked a day, Time, back to Cronus/Saturn.
The Pharaohs considered themselves descended from Geb