By Dilwyn Jones
This enormous two-volume paintings updates Murray's Index of previous nation Titles released in 1908. as well as previous nation titles and words, there are a multitude from the Archaic interval and a number of other from the 1st Intermediate interval. The essentially offered entries, prepared alphabetically, give you the commonest orthnography with a transliteration and translation, with a date and textual references. a useful reference software.
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Bronze vessels and much clothing of that enemy. The fields were made into plots and assigned to royal inspectors in order [0 reap their harvest. ks of wheat: 207 ,3()(J[ + x J. apart from what was cut as forage by his majesty's army. ------. NOTES 1. In reckoning his regnal years, Thutmose III incorporated the twenty·one years of Hatshepsut's rule. Thus "year 22" is in fan "year I" of his reign. 2. In Palesline. 3. The prince of Kadesh. 4, The army is actually at Yehem. Amna was the next stop.
King Arnenhotep III was a builder on the most lavish scale, and this record of some of his building activities typifies the style of this TQi soleil and marks the splendor and luxury of the imperial age at its highest point. The auuunt of his building activities is concluded by a poetic speech of Amun which borrows fmm the Poetical Stela of Thutmose II I. Publication: W. M. F. Petrie. Six iemples at Thebes (London. 1897), pp. 23-26 and pis. xi-xii. W. Spiegelberg, RI'. 20 (1898). 37-54 and pI. I.
1909). pp. 47-52 and pis. xv-xvi. Urk. IV, 1646-1657. Translation: BAR, II, §§878-892. J A. Wilson in ANET, pp. letzung, pp. 194-199. s). ImIflTe; the Son of Re: Amlmhotep, Lord of Thebes, beloved of Amen-Re, IA,rd of Thrones-of-the-Two-Lands. who presides over lpet-sut, given 44 ANCIE~T EGYPTIAN LlTERATt:RE life; who rejoices as he rules the Two Lands like Re forever. The good god, lord of joy, very vigilant for his maker Amun, King of Gods; who enlarged his house and contented his beauty by doing his ka's desire.
An Index of Ancient Egyptian Titles, Epithets and Phrases of the Old Kingdom (bar s) by Dilwyn Jones