By Miriam Lichtheim, Antonio Lopriano, Hans-W Fischer-Elfert, Joseph G. Manning
Volume I outlines the early and slow evolution of Egyptian literary genres, together with biographical and old inscriptions carved on stone, some of the periods of literary works written with pen on papyrus, and the mortuary literature that makes a speciality of existence after demise. brought with a brand new foreword through Antonio Loprieno.
Volume II exhibits the fruits of those literary genres in the unmarried interval referred to as the hot nation (1550-1080 B.C.). With a brand new foreword via Hans-W. Fischer-Elfert.
Volume III spans the final millennium of Pharaonic civilization, from the 10th century B.C. to the start of the Christian period. With a brand new foreword through Joseph G. Manning.
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In lamenting the passing of life they sound a note of skepticism which was to become a continuous, if subdued, melody. In the Prose Tales the art of fiction can be seen to grow in refinement, from the simply told tale of the shipwrecked sailor to the complex INTRODUCTION 11 artistry of the Story of Sinuhe. All Egyptian narratives have an effective directness. They sketch a situation by a few strokes; there Is no description for the sake of description. But there is a liking for the mixing of styles, a technique that culminates in the Story of Sinuhe, where the narration is interspersed with three poems and with an exchange of correspondence.
For my majesty has commanded the exemption of this chapel. (9) My majesty does not permit to place any impost levied for the residence upon this chapel. 28 III. From The Pyramid Texts T h e Pyramid T e x t s are carved on the walls of the sarcophagus chambers and adjoining rooms and corridors that together form the royal burial suites inside the pyramids of Saqqara. T h e y were discovered in 1881 in five of the Saqqara pyramids; those of Unas, the last king of the Fifth Dynasty, and of Kings Teti, Pepi 1» Mernere, and Pepi II, the principal kings of the Sixth Dynasty.
Vii. Sethe, Urkunden, I, 214. Goedicke, Königliche Dokumente, pp. 4. (1) First jubilee of Merire, given life, duration, and dominion ; may he live like Re. (3) District of the Two-Falcons: Coptus: chapel of Queen-mother Iput. My majesty has commanded the exemption of this chapel [and what belongs to it] (5) in serfs and large and small cattle. [There is no] claim [whatever against it]. As to any commissioner who shall travel south on any mission, my majesty does not permit (him) (7) to charge any travel expenses to the chapel.