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Page 31 - All mankind, cattle, flying and fluttering things, with all kinds of reptiles which are on the earth, they live when they see thee.
Page 15 - The hereditary princess, great of favour, lady of grace, charming in loving-kindness, filling the palace with her beauty, Mistress of South and North, the great wife of the King, whom he loves, the Lady of the Two Lands, Tyi.
Page 10 - Egypt's wealth and dignity, the King and Queen are carried to the place of reception in the state palanquin of precious metal, borne on the shoulders of a dozen carriers. The...
Page 16 - From this scene (dem Abschied von der Leiche usw.), so common in Egyptian tombs, though unique in this necropolis, we may gather that the new faith had effected no change either in eschatological ideas or in burial customs; and it was no doubt this orthodoxy in the matters with which the people really concerned themselves that made them comparatively indifferent to the onslaught on their pantheon.
Page 15 - I was much inclined, like my predecessors, to give them no further attention.
Page 31 - Harakhti-that-rejoiceth-in-theHorizon-in-his-name-Shu-which-is-the-sun,z thou living sun, save whom there is none else ; who strengthened the eyes with his rays, who hath created all that existeth. Thou risest in the horizon of heaven to give life to all that thou hast made, to all men, (all beasts), all that flieth and fluttereth, and to all reptiles that are in the earth. They live when they behold thee ; they sleep when thou settest. Thou makest thy son Neferkheprure-Sole-One-of-Re to live with...