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Artodyssey: Juan Bejar

Juan Béjar Annelette Hamming English translation: Peter J.

Vignette : Ani standing with a staff in his hand. In the Turin Papyrus (Lepsius Todtenbauch 131 . 15) this Chapter has no vignette .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT LETTING THE HEART OF A MAN BE TAKEN AWAY FROM HIM IN THE UNDERWORLD . Osiris Ani triumphant saith :- "Turn thou back O messenger of every god ! (2) Is it that "thou art come [to carry away] this my heart which liveth? But "my heart which liveth shall not be given unto thee . (3) [As I] "advance the gods hearken unto my offerings and…

Vignette : Ani standing with a staff in his hand. In the Turin Papyrus (Lepsius Todtenbauch 131 . 15) this Chapter has no vignette .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT LETTING THE HEART OF A MAN BE TAKEN AWAY FROM HIM IN THE UNDERWORLD . Osiris Ani triumphant saith :- "Turn thou back O messenger of every god ! (2) Is it that "thou art come [to carry away] this my heart which liveth? But "my heart which liveth shall not be given unto thee . (3) [As I] "advance the gods hearken unto my offerings and…

Artodyssey: Juan Bejar

Juan Béjar Annelette Hamming English translation: Peter J.

By Juan Bejar

Juan Béjar Annelette Hamming English translation: Peter J.

Kamtjenent was a prince of the 5th Dynasty. He was the son of Izezi (Djedkar) (2388-2356 B.C.E.). Not the inheritor to the throne Kamtjenent answered as a martial commander in established campaigns. He was buried near his father in Saqqara.  Recent Posts:   Kaihep  Abdiashirta  Kai-Aper  Magical Dream Interpretation  Kahay  Narmouthis  Abdi-Milkuti  Kaaper  Magical Lullaby  Natron in Ancient Egypt

Maatkare V was the throne of Queen Pharaoh Hatshepsut B. Recent Posts: Jewelry in Ancient Egypt Aa Nefer (Onouphis) Maatkare III Nakhthoreb Jupiter Ammon Aaru Maatkare IV Joseph Nakhtmin Aat Jubilee Festival

Amada Location  Amada was a locate in Nubia modern Sudan Amada was where a temple sacred to the gods Amun and Ra Horakhte was got by Tuthmosis IV (1401-1391 B.C.E.) and mounted by Amenhotep III (1391-1353 B.C.E.). Tuthmosis IV extended the shrine during his rule. The shrine is observed for fine reliefs in color and for images of Messuy the viceroy of Kush as Nubia was addressed. Merenptah's cartouches are as well preserved there. Messuys showing at Amada led to his recognition in some eras…

Amada Location Amada was a locate in Nubia modern Sudan Amada was where a temple sacred to the gods Amun and Ra Horakhte was got by Tuthmosis IV (1401-1391 B.C.E.) and mounted by Amenhotep III (1391-1353 B.C.E.). Tuthmosis IV extended the shrine during his rule. The shrine is observed for fine reliefs in color and for images of Messuy the viceroy of Kush as Nubia was addressed. Merenptah's cartouches are as well preserved there. Messuys showing at Amada led to his recognition in some eras…

Vignette : The scribe Ani clothed in white clasping to his breast his soul which is in the form of a human-headed hawk .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT LETTING THE SOUL OF A MAN BE TAKEN FROM HIM IN THE UNDERWORLD . Osiris the scribe Ani saith :- "I even I am he (2) who came forth from the water-flood "which I make to overflow and which becometh mighty as the "river [Nile] ."  The Source: The Book oDead the Chapters of Coming Forth by Day Translated into English by E. A. Wallis Budge Litt.D…

Vignette : The scribe Ani clothed in white clasping to his breast his soul which is in the form of a human-headed hawk .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT LETTING THE SOUL OF A MAN BE TAKEN FROM HIM IN THE UNDERWORLD . Osiris the scribe Ani saith :- "I even I am he (2) who came forth from the water-flood "which I make to overflow and which becometh mighty as the "river [Nile] ." The Source: The Book oDead the Chapters of Coming Forth by Day Translated into English by E. A. Wallis Budge Litt.D…

Vignette : This Chapter is without a vignette in the Theban Recension ; in the Turin Papyrus (Lepsius op . cit . BI . 21) an upright figure of the deceased forms the vignette .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT MARCHING TO BE OVERTHROWN IN THE UNDERWORLD . The overseer of the palace Nu triumphant saith :- (2) "That which is an abomination unto me that which is an "abomination unto me let me not eat . That which is an abomination unto me that which is an abomination unto me is filth ; "let me not…

Vignette : This Chapter is without a vignette in the Theban Recension ; in the Turin Papyrus (Lepsius op . cit . BI . 21) an upright figure of the deceased forms the vignette .Text : (1) THE CHAPTER OF NOT MARCHING TO BE OVERTHROWN IN THE UNDERWORLD . The overseer of the palace Nu triumphant saith :- (2) "That which is an abomination unto me that which is an "abomination unto me let me not eat . That which is an abomination unto me that which is an abomination unto me is filth ; "let me not…

Mastaba of Nefer and Kahay  Kahay (2460-2420 BC) was a singer from the fifth dynasty Old Kingdom. Kahay came from a family of professional musicians and was a singer at the pharaohs court credibly during the reign of the later kings of the 5th Dynasty such as Neferirkare Shepseskare and Niuserre the last being in all probability the king during whose prevail the tomb of Kahay and his son Nefer was made at Saqqara.  Kahay first attracted the attention of the king by the quality of his…

Mastaba of Nefer and Kahay Kahay (2460-2420 BC) was a singer from the fifth dynasty Old Kingdom. Kahay came from a family of professional musicians and was a singer at the pharaohs court credibly during the reign of the later kings of the 5th Dynasty such as Neferirkare Shepseskare and Niuserre the last being in all probability the king during whose prevail the tomb of Kahay and his son Nefer was made at Saqqara. Kahay first attracted the attention of the king by the quality of his…

Natron Lakes were series of water deposits in the Wadi Natrun good contemporary Cairo. The Wadi Natrun attended as a source of Natron a major chemical element in the embalming action of mortuary rituals in all times of ancient Egypt.  This map from Jstor: Wilkinson (G.) "Some Account of the Natron Lakes of Egypt; In a Letter to W. R. Hamilton Esq " The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London Vol. 13 (1843) pp. 113-118.  Recent Posts:   Kahay  Narmouthis  Abdi-Milkuti  Kaaper…

Natron Lakes were series of water deposits in the Wadi Natrun good contemporary Cairo. The Wadi Natrun attended as a source of Natron a major chemical element in the embalming action of mortuary rituals in all times of ancient Egypt. This map from Jstor: Wilkinson (G.) "Some Account of the Natron Lakes of Egypt; In a Letter to W. R. Hamilton Esq " The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London Vol. 13 (1843) pp. 113-118. Recent Posts: Kahay Narmouthis Abdi-Milkuti Kaaper…

Cartouche of Shepseskaf  King Shepseskaf was the sixth Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty. He governed ancient Egypt from 2472 BC to 2467 BC. Shepseskaf was in power through a very difficult political period during which there were galore confrentations with assorted priests. Many Nomes desired independence and rose against Shepseskaf's authority. He completed his predecessors' repositories but some records indicate that he was not settled from a royal line. His tomb is in South Saqqara…

Cartouche of Shepseskaf King Shepseskaf was the sixth Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty. He governed ancient Egypt from 2472 BC to 2467 BC. Shepseskaf was in power through a very difficult political period during which there were galore confrentations with assorted priests. Many Nomes desired independence and rose against Shepseskaf's authority. He completed his predecessors' repositories but some records indicate that he was not settled from a royal line. His tomb is in South Saqqara…

Abu Gerida Location source: Google Maps  Abu Gerida is a situation in the east desert of Egypt used as a gold excavation center in some historical periods. The area was originally researched and claimed by the Egyptians then increased by the Romans as a gold production area.  Recent Posts:   Kapes  Abibaal  Mahu (Official)  Mahu (Noble)  Karanis  Nauri Decree of Seti I  Abisko  Karaotjet  Mai  Nebet (Basket)  Karomama I  Karomama II

Abu Gerida Location source: Google Maps Abu Gerida is a situation in the east desert of Egypt used as a gold excavation center in some historical periods. The area was originally researched and claimed by the Egyptians then increased by the Romans as a gold production area. Recent Posts: Kapes Abibaal Mahu (Official) Mahu (Noble) Karanis Nauri Decree of Seti I Abisko Karaotjet Mai Nebet (Basket) Karomama I Karomama II

Cartouche of King Pepy II  King Pepy II the secondary son of Pepy I came to the throne as a new child following the untimely death of his brother Merenre. He is accorded the easiest prevail in Egypt's history and was the last ruler of importance in the Old Kingdom; Manetho told that he submitted to the throne when he was only 6 years old and lived into his second year. His mother acted as his regent in the early years of the reign. In a wall lettering in the Aswan tomb of the official…

Cartouche of King Pepy II King Pepy II the secondary son of Pepy I came to the throne as a new child following the untimely death of his brother Merenre. He is accorded the easiest prevail in Egypt's history and was the last ruler of importance in the Old Kingdom; Manetho told that he submitted to the throne when he was only 6 years old and lived into his second year. His mother acted as his regent in the early years of the reign. In a wall lettering in the Aswan tomb of the official…

Anubis chalice, cold cast resin hand painted. Approx Dims: 3" x 3" x 6 3/4".

Ancient Egyptian God of the Afterlife Anubis Wine (Red) Goblet Chalice Egypt Cup New

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