> That's funny, but which one was hermaphrodite ?
"Mḫnti-’irti" is I believe Khenty Irty whom is the god"dess" of the mehet weret cow. This device had characteristics that were both masculine and feminine so Egyptologists confuse it with an hermaphrodite. This leads to such strange translations as "purifying osiris' mouth on the lap of Khenty irty". The lap of Khenty irty is simply a part of the mehet weret which channeled the celestial waters which purified the king's mouth after natron was added. This looks stupid when expressed in the format of ancient language unless the formatting is factored out.
1487a. Thou art standing, Osiris; thy shadow is over thee, Osiris;
One of osiris' properties according to Egyptologists' own translation is that he casts a shadow upon himself. While such a concept is a little enigmatic in modern language things like having an odor and casting a shadow are most certainly associated with things that are real, things with substance. But you never hear an Egyptologist suggest that Osiris could be something tangible. According to Egyptology "Osiris" is a specific pagan belief with as much substance as an infinite number of worlds containing an infinite number of pyramids built with ramps. It is a belief with no reason other than faith in an incomprehensible religion either based on magic or on math.
This results in applying strange concepts to the real world of the Giza Plateau in the here and now. Ancient people are understood in terms of gobbledty gook which is exactly equivalent to saying they aren't understood at all. There is no cultural context and precious little writing of any sort beyond the PT. Egyptologists have to gussy up concepts like "khenty irty" to sound like a plausible belief system so they have no choice but to express it in terms of the book of the dead which is comprehensible and written in modern language. It is comprehensible but it is still a book of magic and religion. The PT is neither magic nor religion but appears to be because of the pounding of square pegs in round holes.
It's remarkable that most Egyptological beliefs appear to be about correct but in a left handed sort of way. This is because they don't understand the language and can't see it changed.