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The self-presentation of Pepyankh the Middle at Meir: scandal, religious institutions and participation, the next world

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The setting of the longer inscriptions of Pepyankh the Middle at the back of the outer court of his tomb at Meir is discussed. Annotated metrical transcriptions and translations are presented for the lintel text, captions to figures, and the biographical inscriptions, which together form a unity. The titles on the lintel give a sense of the protagonist’s official role. The main southern inscription, to be read first, deals with more public aspects of Pepyankh’s life, during which he had been ...

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Reviewed (other)
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Institution:
University of Cambridge
Department:
Archaeology
Role:
Editor
Institution:
University of Copenhagen
Department:
Egyptology
Role:
Editor
Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Queen's College, The
Department:
Humanities Division - Oriental Studies Faculty
Publisher:
Museum Tusculanum Press Publisher's website
Volume:
39
Series:
Carsten Niebuhr Institute Publications
Host title:
Lotus and laurel: studies on Egyptian language and religion in honour of Paul John Frandsen
Publication date:
2015-01-01
ISSN:
0902-5499
URN:
uuid:91af0e64-37b6-49f9-a7fa-3677bf92c18c
Local pid:
ora:8883
ISBN:
9788763542081

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