By Miriam Lichtheim, Joseph G. Manning
Chronologically prepared translations of historical Egyptian writings shed mild upon the improvement of various literary varieties. Bibliogs.
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Lit. " 4. " Wh. " 5. " Hm often means no more than "pe rson" or "self" (cf. J. Spiegel, ZAS , 75 (1939), 112 - 12 1). fi. " Sec also W. J. 58 TEXTS IN T HE C LASS IC A L LAN GUA G E AN C I ENT EG YPT IAN LITERATURE 7. A goddess of music. This rendering of th e line is based o n th e remarks by P. De rch ain , RdE, 2 1 (1969),24- 25. 9. " 10. , th ey were re wa rde d with j ewel s. Accord ing to Daumas , op. , th e fes tivity d escribed here was a H athor festival. I I. , th e reigning king. 12.
6 (Wiesbaden, 1974). For addi tional references to older stud ies see P M , VII , 2 17. ( I) Year 2 1, fir st month o f th e first seaso n , under the majesty of th e Kin g o f Up per and Lo wer Egy p t, Piye belooed-of-Amun, ever livin g . Co m ma nd spoke n by my majesty: " Hear wh at I d id , exceedi ng the ancestors, I th e Kin g , image of god, Livin g likeness of Atu m! Who left th e womb ma rked as ruler, Feared by th ose g reate r tha n he ! His fa ther kn ew, his mo th e r p e rceived : H e would be ruler from th e egg,' The Good God, beloved of gods , The Son of Re , who acts with his arms , P iye belooed-of -A mu n ," T efnakht's advance On e ca me to say to his maj est y: "T he Chief of the West , the count a nd grande e in Netje r ," T e fna kht , is in th e nom e of , 3 (3) in th e nome of Xo is," in H ap y," in - - - ,.
And Horus in Roau ,' Anubis, lo r d o f Sepa , And Pta h in the e aste rn Memph ite nome! I wa s one h o n o red b y hi s fath er, Praised b y hi s m other, Gracious to h is brothers , I did n o t do wh at yo u abhor upon earth. G ive m e in cense for the city o f e te rni ty, Water for th e graveyard o f th e west, For I am a m an for whom one shou ld act! ' I wa s on e prais ed in h is town , Benefi cent in hi s nome , Gracious to everyone . I wa s we ll-d isposed, popu lar: Widel y lo ve d , cheerfu l.