> Of course I couldn't resist.
> This utterance is merely recognizing the king as
> the geyser itself after his transmogrification.
> utterance 373.
> 654a. To say: O, O, raise thyself up, N.;
> 654b. receive thy head, unite thy bones to thee,
> 654c. collect thy limbs,
> When the water stands in the eye of horus it
> receives its head under the crown and its limbs
> within the earth become continuous rather than
> 654d. shake the earth (dust of the earth) from thy
> Everything gets wet.
Thanks for going to the trouble! However I get the impression it is the standard dish/fare you had prepared earlier.
I would laugh and deride, if it wasn't so sad.
Time for me to tippy toe out of her again.
Acknowledging I read the lengthy preceeding reply too!
I have very7 limited knowledge of EVERYTHING AFTER THE OLD KINGDOM. I try to limit what I say about these later periods because I have little knowledge.
It might interest help you to be reminded that 6th Dynasty is conventionally considered Old Kingdom.
Since you seem to have a lot of time to spend on PT then prehaps it might be a good idea to acquaint yourself with the pyramid of Teti? It is a crumbling little hill, but with superb internals, and is very interesting and even the wiki entry I consider to be a reasonable overview with some great pictures too! Even photographs of utterance 373! Enjoy!
In reviewing recent replies I note Audrey is considering taking up darts, I would otherwise recommend that or some other hobby like that for you, but figure that one would be far too dangerous for the world.
I really will try to reinstate long practiced ignor status of your posts on my occasional read sessions here.
PS sorry to all others for the thread diversion