The Book of the dead; the hieroglyphic transcript of the Papyrus of Ani, the translation into English and an introduction by E.A. Wallis Budge.


New Hyde Park, N.Y., University Books [1960] .

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Other Title Container of (expression): Book of the dead. Egyptian (Papyrus of Ani) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2014140794 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n80020646
Container of (expression): Book of the dead. English (Budge) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2014140794 http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n80020646
Other Authors Budge, E. A. Wallis 1857-1934,
Subjects Book of the dead.
Death.
Egypt -- Religion.
Egypt.
Egyptian language -- Papyri.
Egyptian language.
Future life.
Incantations, Egyptian.
Papyrus of Ani.
Religion.
Description xiv, 704 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes "Bibliographical note": pages iii-iv. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Introduction: The recessions of the book of the dead -- The legend of Osiris -- Appendix I- Hymn to Osiris -- II.- Osiris and his principal forms under the XVIIIth dynasty -- The doctrine of eternal life -- Egyptian ideas about God and the Gods -- Appendix. List of the God whose names were recited by the deceased to perfect his spirit-soul -- The abode of the blessed -- The gods of the book of the dead -- The principal geographical and mythological places in the book of the dead -- The principal geographical and mythological places in the book of the dead -- Funeral ceremonies -- The papyrus of ani, its date and continents -- Description of the plates -- List of hymns and chapters -- The papyrus of ani. Hieroglyphic transcript, translation and notes: A hymn to RA the sun-god [chapters XV] Plate I -- Appendix to chapters XY -- Hymn to Osiris Un-Nefer. Plate II -- The chapters of coming forth by day [chapter I] Plates V, VI -- Appendix to chapter I -- Chapter XXII -- Rubric of chapter LXXII -- Appendix. Chapters LXXII -- Texts relating to the weighing of the hearts of ani -- Plates III,IV -- Chapter of praises and glorifying and of coming forth by day [chapter XVII] Plates VII-X -- CXLVII. The seven arits. Plates XI, XII -- CXLVI. The pylons of the house of Osiris -- Plate XI -- XVII. Introduction. Plate XII -- XVIII. Plates XIV -- XVIII. Plates XIII, XIV -- XXIII. The chapter of opening of the mouth -- Plate XV -- Chapter XXIV -- Appendix. Chapter XXV -- Chapter -- Chapter XXVI -- XXXb -- Appendix XXXs -- Chapter LXI -- XLIV -- XXIXa -- Appendix -- Chapter XXVIL. The chapter of not letting the heart-case be taken from a man. Plates XV, XVI -- Chapter LVIII -- LIX -- XLIV -- XLV -- XLVI -- L -- Chapter XCIII. The chapter of not being transported to the east. Plate XVII -- Chapter XLIII -- LXXXIX -- XCI -- XCII -- Chapter LXXIV. The chapter of lifting up the feet and of appearing on the earth. Plate XVIII -- Chapter VIII -- II -- IX -- CXXXII -- X or XLVIII -- Chapter XV. A hymn of praise [to be sung] to RA when he rises on the horizon, [and] when he setteth in the [land of] life, Plate XIX -- XV. A hymn of praise to RA when he riseth on the eastern horizon of heaven, and to those who are in his train. Plates XX,XXI -- Chapter CXXXIII -- Chapter CXXXIV. A hymn to RA for the day of the new moon. Plate XXII -- XVIII. Plates XXIII, XXIV -- Chapter CXXIV -- Chapter LXXVII -- Chapter LXXVIII. The chapter of changing into a divine hawk. Plates XXV, XXVI -- Appendix: Chapter LXXIX. Appendix. The chapter of changing into the prince of the Tchatchau chiefs -- Chapter LXXXVII. The chapter of changing into the prince of the serpent Sata. Plate XXVII -- Chapter LXXXVIII -- LXXXII -- LXXXV -- LXXXIII -- Chapter LXXXIV. The chapter of changing into a Heron. Plate XXVIII -- Chapter LXXXIa -- Appendix. Chapter LXXXIb -- Chapter LXXX -- Chapter CLXXV. The chapter of not dying a second time. Plate XXIX -- CXXV. Introduction (A). The chapter of entering the hal of Maat. Plate XXX -- Appedix. Chapter XXV. Introduction (B) -- Chapter CXXV. The negative confession. Plates XXXI, XXXII -- Appendix. Chapter CXXV -- Chapter XLII -- Appendix. Chapter of the deification of members chapters XLII. The chapter of repulsing slaughter in Hensu -- Rubric to chapter CXXV. Plate XXXIII -- Appendix to chapter CXXV -- Chapter CLC -- Appendix to chapter CLV -- Chapter CLVI -- XXIXc -- CLXVI -- Chapter CLIa. The texts in the funeral chamber. Plates XXXIII, XXXIV -- Chapter CX -- Appendix. Chapter CX. The chapters Sekhet=Hetepet -- Chapter CXLVIII. The chapter of providing the deceased with meat, milk, et cetera Plate XXXV -- Addresses to the four rudders of heaven . Plate XXXVI -- Appendix. Rubric from the papyrus of Nu -- Rubric from the SAite recession -- Chapter CLXXXVI. The chapter of the praise of Hathor. Plate XXXVII -- Appendix. Chapter CXXXVII. The chapter of the four torches.
Genre Early works.
Geographic Area Egypt
Network Numbers (OCoLC)897134
(OCoLC)ocm00897134
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