By Miriam Lichtheim
Chronologically prepared translations of historical Egyptian writings shed mild upon the improvement of various literary kinds. Bibliogs.
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Lord of a('(ion, like Mont of' rhebe~, his father Amun strengthening his arm. The southern wing of his majesty's army was at a hill south of the Qina [brook], anc! the northern wing to the nOl'lhwest of Megiddo, while his majesty was in lheircentcr, Amun protc(,tinghis person (in>rhe melee. and the strength of [Seth pervading] his limo... Then his majesty overwhelmed them at the head of his army. When they saw his majesty overwhelming them, they fled headlong [to] Megiddo with faces of fear, abandoning their horses, their chariots of gold and silver, so as to be hoisted up into the town by pulling at their garments.
Y of Thutmose I. Furthe .. more, she wants it correctly understood that each obelisk consists of a single monolith of granite, and that their gilding had required inordinate amounts of the finest gold. Lastly, there is the theme of her right to the thmne, an ever preselll. ('oncern in her inscriptions: her father Amun had destined her to he king. Masculine and feminine designations of her person alternate in her pronouncements: she is the ~on and the daughter of Amun. Publication: LD, Ill, 22-24.
Thebes was oflen ('ailed "Heliopolis of the South"; see H. Kees, Orientalia, IS (1949), 434-436. 6. " That is to say. nOl merely the summits of the obelisks were gilded, but I'ather the entire ~hafts. 7, The personification of the concept of understanding, S. Thutmose I had built the two pylons now numbered IV and V. and a hypostyle hall between them. Hatshepsut removed its wooden t:eiling, thus turning the hall into a colonnaded c:oun, and erected her two obelisks in it. 9. Literally. " The meaning seems to be thai the gold foil forms a solid sheath.
Ancient Egyptian Literature: Volume II: The New Kingdom (Near Eastern Center, UCLA) by Miriam Lichtheim