The Story of Petese, Son of Petetum and Seventy Other Good and Bad Stories (P. Petese)
A complete edition of the three known versions of the Egyptian narrative written in Demotic, copied from the 4th century BC through the 2nd century AD, employing the literary device of main story: a prophet commits an act of blasphemy, for which he is punished by the gods. In the remaining 35 days of his life 35 good and 35 bad stories are presented to him.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE MANUSCRIPTS
EDITION OF THE TEBTUNIS MANUSCRIPTS
EDITION OF THE SAQQARA MANUSCRIPT
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500 silver-pieces attested baboon Berlin brief stories Buto Cairo Cairo CG Carlsberg 207 Carlsberg Papyri cleft sentence column context Copt Coptic correct Crum Demotic narratives Demotische Egyptian Erichsen Faiyumic fragment belongs ghost hapax legomenon Hareus Heliopolis hm-ntr Inaros ir=w iw=s iw=w iw=y Krall Krugtext lacuna lesonis m-bih magical md.t md.t nb.t mentioned mtw=y Nebese Neith niy=f Onch-Sheshonqy Osiris Papyrologie papyrus passage Petese Tebt Petese's Petetum pharaoh phrase piy=y preposition present manuscript priests Prophet of Atum Prophet of Horus-of-Pe Prophet of Neith PSI inv Ptah Ramesses II refer rwy.w Sakhminofret Saqqara Sarpot scribe Second Setna seems she-cat sheet-join Spiegelberg Story of Petese suffix pronoun suggests Tebtunis manuscripts Tebtunis Temple Library texts traces Transliteration Unpublished narrative verb Volten Width preserved wife word writing written Zauzich