By Miriam Lichtheim, Joseph G. Manning
Chronologically prepared translations of old Egyptian writings shed mild upon the improvement of numerous literary kinds. Bibliogs.
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V. (1926), Hh- 89 a nd 2 p lates. D. Dunha m , Th e Barkal T emples (Bosto n 1970) PI'. 12 , 48 , 77 - 81. ' , Translat io n : BAR, IV, §§ 796-883 . Brescia n i, Leueratura, pp . ,170 - 4 84 . Textua l co m me nts : A. H . Gardi ner, J EA , 2 1 ( 1935) , 2 19 -223 . K. H. Priese , lAS, 98 ( 19 72), 99 - 124 . J . Loga n a nd J . G. We ste nhol z,JA R CE , 9 ( 197 1/72), 111- 119. o f th e king's nam e : J. Lecla nt, OLl , 6 1 (1966), 152 . I C ,~. Parke r , l AS: 93 (1966), 111- 114. J an ssen ,JEA, 54 (1968), 1 7~.
Its treasuries were allocated to the treasury, its g ra na ries as endowment to hi s father Amen-Re , lo rd of Thrones-of-th e-TwoLands. H is majesty sai led north . He found Mer-Arum, the ho use o f Sokar, lo rd of Sehedj , closed and unapproachable. It had resolved to fight. - - - - - - ; fear of (h is) grandeur sealed their mouth. His majesty sent to them, sa ying: "Loo k, two ways a re before yo u ; choose as yOIl wish . Open, you live ; close, yo u die. " Then they opened immediately. Hi s majest y e nte red the town .
It is o ne of seve ra l complaints ex p re ssing th e idea th at a person who has d ied yo u ng h as been tr eated cr ue lly by the god s a nd finds no peace in I he a fte rlife. 4. As we kn ow from o ther texts, ch ildre n were n ursed till th e age o f I hree . But here th e exp re ssion ma y hav e been used hyperbolically. 5 . Lit. " STELA OF TAIMH OTEP British Mus eum 147 A ta ll round-lopped ste la d ating from th e reign o f Cleo pa tra VI I. Th e reli e f sce ne at th e top shows th e lad y T aimhotep worshiping Os iris and live o the r god s wh o sta nd behind him .
Ancient Egyptian Literature: Volume III: The Late Period by Miriam Lichtheim, Joseph G. Manning