The Sarcophagus of Ānchnesrāneferȧb, Queen of Ȧḥmes II, King of Egypt (Google eBook)

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Whiting, 1885 - Egyptian language - 134 pages
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Page 136 - Lord Bishop of Oxford, the Facsimiles of Ancient Charters in the British .Museum, edited by Mr. EA Bond, late Principal Librarian, and the Facsimiles of the Ordnance .Survey, a considerable number of texts are included that have never been printed before, from...
Page 135 - Carthagine victa hanc vindex patri vicerat, hanc patriae, cum longi Libyam tandem post funera belli ante suas maestam cogeret ire rotas, advexit reduces secum Victoria Musas et sertum vati Martia laurus erat.
Page viii - Hence she is found inside coffins, on the board on which the mummy was laid, receiving him as it were into her arms as the earth or West, while Nut, as the heaven, on the inner part of the lid, covers the body of the deceased.1 Before and behind the goddess is a perpendicular line of hieroglyphics, and beneath her feet are eight others.

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