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Chronologically prepared translations of historical Egyptian writings shed mild upon the improvement of numerous literary varieties. Bibliogs.
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Northlide. Horus: Mighty-of-ka's: Two Ladies: Flourishing-in-years; Gold-Horus: Divinc-of-diadems; King of Upper and Lower Egypt. Lord of the Two Lands: Makare. Her father Amun has established her great name upon the augmt ished-tree. 4 Her annals are millions of years, united with life, stability, and dominion. The Son of Re, Hatshepsut Khenemet-Amlln. beloved of Amen-Re, King of Gods, is [rthe builder of this' beautiful monument 11 which she made for him on the first occurrence oflhejubilee.
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Their rays fall on the faces like Aten when he shines at dawn, It is equipped with a station of the lord,' worked with gold and many costly stones. Flagstaffs are set up before it, worked with fine gold, It resembles the hori7'On of heaven when Re rise~ in it. Its pond is filled by great Hapy; it has fish and fowl and is adorned with plants. ~ mi~iesty despoiled. Its stOrerooms [contain] goods that cannot be counted. It is surrounded by Syrian settlements, inhabited by the children of the princes.