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Page 107 - ... until I come and take you away to a land like your own land, a land of corn and wine, a land of bread and vineyards...
Page 154 - But no satisfactory explanation has yet been given of the omission of a large number of names between the end of the twelfth and the beginning of the eighteenth dynasty. The immediate passage on the tablet from one of these dynasties to the other, cannot mean that the king numbered 65 was followed by the king numbered 66, who is Aahmes I. The important inscription of the naval officer Aahmes, son of Abana, which has already been quoted, mentions king...
Page 59 - For their redemption created mankind. The merciful one, he with whom is the giving of life, May his word be established, and not forgotten, In the mouth of the black-headed ones* whom his hands have made.
Page 4 - The Most Rev. His Grace The LORD ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. The Right Rev. The LORD BISHOP OF RIPON.
Page 2 - The Council's Report for 1906, and the Statement of Receipts and Expenditure, were formally presented to the Meeting. The following Resolutions were proposed and seconded and unanimously agreed to : — That the Council's Report and the Statement of Accounts be received and adopted, and be issued with the next Part of the Proceedings. That thanks be returned to the Council and Officers for their services during the past year.
Page 70 - Ranke in The Babylonian Expedition of the University of Pennsylvania, Series A: Cuneiform Texts, Vol.
Page 270 - ... plotting and revolts of local princes continued into the reign of Ahmose who, suppressed at least three such (§§ n, 15, 16), and the name of the rebel in the third case was Teti-en (§ 16, 1. 23), almost the same as that of the traitor in this decree. Date 775. 'Year 3, third month of the second season, day 25, under the majesty of the King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Nubkheprure (Nbfyprw-R*), Son of Re, Intef, who is given life, like Re, forever.
Page 242 - It finally disposes of the hypothesis that the Israelites, who came through this region into Egypt and passed back again, could not have used writing. Here we have common Syrian labourers possessing a script which other Semitic peoples of this region must be credited with knowing