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AN EGYPTIAN

READING BOOK

AN

EGY

:AN

READING BOOK
COMPILED BY
E. A.

WALLIS BUDGE,
BRITISH MUSEl/M.

M.A.

ASSISTANT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES,

LONDON
D.

NUTT,

270,
1888.

STRAND.

HARRISON AND SONS,


PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON.

TO

MAJOR-GEN. SIR HENRY CRESWICKE RAWLINSON,


K.C.B.,
F.R.S.,
ETC.,

D.C.L.,
ETC.

LL.D

PREFACE
FOR some
Hilton
years past
F.S.A.,
it

has been the custom of Mr. F. G.


invite

Price,

to

to

his

house at regular
others interested

intervals a small
in

number of students and

the language and archaeology of ancient

Egypt

for the
I

systematic study of the same.


invited

Four winters ago


little

was

by him

to

join

this

class,

and,

assuming

that each

member was

well acquainted with Mr.

Renouf s

Egyptian
published

Grammar* and
by the

the

lists

of hieroglyphic signs as

late Dr. Birch,f E.

de

Rouge,:}:

and Dr. H.

Brugsch,

the study of the well

known

story of the Tale

of the

Two

Brothers was commenced.

At

that time

no

complete hieroglyphic transcript of


knowledge, and
I

this text existed to

my

transcribed the hieratic text into hiero-

glyphics for our use.


there are

This text was chosen for study because


it,

many

easy passages in

and because

it is

nearly

complete, and the interesting nature of this ancient story

makes

it

pleasant reading for students.

Towards the

close

of the year 1886 Mr. Hilton Price suggested that this tran*

An

Elementary

Grammar

of the Ancient Egyptian I.an^na^ in the Hiero-

glyphic type, by P. le Page Renouf.

f Bunsen, Egypt's Place in Universal History, J E. de Rouge, Chrestomathie, ler fascicule.


Vcrzeichniss der Hieroglyphen.

I.

VIII

PREFACE.
together with a few others of complete compositions,
;

script,

should be published

but

my

mission to JEgypt in that year

prevented this suggestion from taking a practical form.

In

the following year, having discussed his suggestion more


fully,

Mr. Hilton Price again urged forward the matter: but

at the outset

we were stopped by

the cost of printing the

proposed book of hieroglyphic texts.

In this difficulty he
it

appealed to a few personal friends for assistance, and


entirely

is

owing

to the liberality of the following ladies


it

and

gentlemen that

has been possible for this book to appear.

Miss H. M. ADAIR. ALFRED AMES, ESQ. W. A. TYSSEN AMHERST,


M.P.

ESQ.,

CHARLES HARRISON, ESQ., F.S. A. JESSE HAWORTH, ESQ. THE REV. W. L. LAWSON, M.A. F. CLAUGHTON MATTHEWS, M.A.

MRS. TYSSEN AMHERST. F. D. MOCATTA, ESQ. FREDERICK ELLIOT BLACKSTONE, WALTER MORRISON, ESQ. SIR CHARLES NICHOLSON, BART. B.C.L.

JOHN CLAYTON,

ESQ., F.S.A.

F.G. HILTON PRICE, ESQ., F.S. A.


SIR

Miss CLENDINING.

HENRY RAWLINSON,

K.C.I).

WILLIAM YOUNGER FLETCHER,


ESQ., F.S.A.

LORD ARTHUR RUSSELL.


E.

MAUNDE THOMPSON,
F.S.A.

ESQ.,

MRS. GOODISON.
G. GUNNING, ESQ.
E.

TOWRY WHYTE,

ESQ.,

M.A.

H. RIDER HAGGARD, ESQ.

The

greater

number of the

texts

printed

in

this

book
such

are transcribed from the hieratic, and


as the Festival Songs of Isis

some of

these,

and Nephtkys, the

Litanies of

Seker, and the extracts from the great Harris Papyrus, are

published for the

first

time.

About one hundred and

fifty
:

pages of this book contain transcripts from hieratic texts


these

may be

useful to those
for

who study
time.

this difficult

branch

of

Egyptology

the

first

No

pains

have been

PREFACE.
spared to

IX

make
I

the transcriptions as accurate and uniform

as possible.

have, of course,

made

use of the transcripts


all

of other workers wherever they existed, but in

cases,

where the

papyri

transcribed

by them belonged
I

to

the

Trustees of the British Museum,

collated

them

afresh.

Every text

in

this

book

is

complete except the extracts


i,

from the Annals of Rameses III (Harris Papyrus, No.


Brit. Mus.,

No. 9999).

It

would have been impossible to

print a transcript of the whole text inscribed


feet of this

upon the 133


this,

magnificent papyrus in a small book like


first
it.

and

it

was therefore decided to excerpt the


which are complete
in themselves,

and

last

sections,

from

In the

table of contents references have been given to the books


in

which translations of the texts given

in

the following

pages have been published, and where reproductions of the


hieratic

and hieroglyphic texts have been made.


list

It

has not

been thought necessary to add a


as

of hieroglyphic signs,
is

the

Verseichniss of

Dr. Brugsch

cheap and easily

accessible.

A complete vocabulary and

transliterations of the
this book,

texts

would have been useful adjuncts to

but the

cost of printing does not allow of this

work being undertaken

at present.

The

typographical part of this work has been executed

by Messrs. Harrison and Sons with their usual excellence, and their compositors, Messrs. Fisher and Smith, have performed their task most creditably.
E. A.
October, 1888.

WALLIS BUDGE.

CONTENTS.
PAGES
I.

THE TALE OF THE Two BROTHERS.


British
text

1-25

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of the

Museum

papyrus (D'Orbiney) No. 10183.

The

hieratic

has
;

ix-xix

been published by Birch, Select Papyri, II, plates Moldenke, The Tale of the Two Brothers (printed in
Since the transcript in this book was printed by M. Groflf (Etude sur le Papyrus

the Leyden hieratic type) ; and by Reinisch, Aegyptische Chrestomaf/u'e, Taf.

22-40.

off in Nov., 1887, a transcript

tfOrbiney, Paris, 1888) has appeared.

The

text of this story

was analysed and discussed by M. de Rouge in the Revue Archeologique, torn, ix, p. 385, and by Goodwin in his Cambridge Essay's, p. 382 ff. Translations of the text have been made by
Dr. Brugsch (Aus dem Orient, p. 7
Arch,, N.S., txxxv, pp. 164-179),
the Past,
ii,

M. Maspero (Revue ff.), by and by Mr. Renouf (Records of


six

p.

137

ff.).

The

first

pages of this papyrus were

transcribed into English letters and published by Mr.

Renouf

in

the Atlantis, vol.


scientific

iv, 1863, pp. 23-57, as a proof of the accuracy of the method of Egyptian decipherment

then current

among

the best Egyptologists.

II.

THE POSSESSED PRINCESS OF BEATEN.


This text has been published
Storici,
ii,

26-30
Monumenti
t.

by

Rosellini,

pi.

48

by De Rouge, Journal Asiatique,


x,

5 serie,

viii,
xii,

pp. 201-248;
pp.

t.

pp.

112-168;
Prisse,

t.

xi,

pp.

509-572;

t.

221-270; and by

Monuments Egyptiens,
Zeit.,

pi.

24.

Dr.

Erman

has proved (Aeg.

1883, pp. 54-60) that this

XII

CONTENTS.
composition
is

a legend written for the purpose of glorifying the


to belong.

god Chensu long after the period to which it purports For an English translation see Records of the Past, iv,

pp. 53-60.

PAGES
III.

THE FESTIVAL SONGS OF


first

Isis

AND NEPHTHYS.

30-45

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of the

composition in the British

Museum

papyrus No. 10188.

notice of this papyrus was published by Dr. Pleyte in the


iii,

Recueil de Travaux,

p.

57

he translated a few passages

from

it,

In the Proc.
of
it,

and gave a summary of the headings of the chapters. Soc. Bib. Arch., Nov., 1886, I published an account
passages.
I

and transcribed a few of the important

hope

to publish translations of the texts in this papyrus in the

new

edition of the Records of the Past.

IV.

COLOPHON.

45,

46

This colophon states that the papyrus was written for NesiAmsu, the son of Pe-ta-Amen-suten-taiu, a prophet of Amen-Ra,

Alexander

Horus, and the other gods of Thebes, in the i2th year of II, or about B.C. 305.
Isis

V.

THE LAMENTATIONS OF

AND NEPHTHYS.

46-51

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of the


Berlin papyrus No. 1425, published by Dr. the
title

J.

de Horrack under

Les Lamentations

d'lsis et de Nephthys.
ii,

For an English

translation see Records of the Past, pp.

117-126.

VI.

THE LITANIES OF SEKER.


second composition in the British

52-57

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of the

Museum

papyrus No. 10188.

The second colophon


place.

printed on pp. 56, 57 contains imprecations upon any person who shall remove the papyrus from its

VII.

THE

INSCRIPTION OF UNA.

58-63

This inscription has been published by


Recherches
sitr les

De

Rouge,

in his

Monuments :

six premieres Dynasties.

more

CONTENTS.
correct edition of the text has

XIII

been published by Dr. Erman in the Aeg. Zeit., 1882, pp. 1-29, with an excellent literal transAn English translation was lation and a running commentary.
the Past, published by the late Dr. Birch in Records of
ii,

pp. 3-8.

PAGES

VIII.

THE

INSCRIPTION OF CHNEMU-HETEP.

64-70

This inscription has been published by Burton, Excerpta


Hieroglyphica,
pp.
pi.

xxxiii,

xxxiv

Champollion, Monuments,
ii.

t. ii,

418-422; Lepsius, Denkmaler,


Egyptiens,
pi.

bl.

125, 126; Brugsch,.

Monuments
tomathie,
169.
i,

pi.

15-17

Reinisch, Aegyptische Chres-

1-4

Dr. Brugsch translated for the

Maspero, Recueil de Travaux, i, pp. 160first time about TOO lines

of this important text (Geschichte Aegyptens, pp. 139-143 and 149, 150); a French translation of the whole text was published

by M. Maspero, Recueil de Travaux, i, pp. 160-169; and an English translation by Dr. Birch was published in Records of
the Past,
xii,

pp. 67-76.

IX. INSCRIPTIONS

ON THE BASE OF THE OBELISK


70-73
pi. 18,

OF HATSHEPSU.
This text has been published by Prisse, Monuments,

and
it

by Lepsius, Denkmaler, iii, was published by De Rouge


et Assyrienne,
iii,

pi. 22.

French translation of

in

p. 90,
xii,

and one

Melanges d'Archeologie Egvptienne in English by Mr. Renouf in

Records of the Past,

pp. 131-136.

X.

STEL^ OF NECHT-AMSU.
These
pi.

74-78

texts

17

Sharpe, Egyptian Inscriptions,


iii,

have been published by Prisse, Monuments, pi. 106 ; and by Lepsius,

Denkmaler,

n/j./.

One

of the texts was partly translated


vii, p.

by Dr. Brugsch in the Deutsche Revue, been given with interlinear


Trans. Soc. Bib. Arch.,

73,

and both have


translation in

transliteration

and

viii, pt. 3.

XIV
XI.

CONTENTS.
PAGES

THE BATTLE OF KADESH.

78-82

pi.

This text has been published by Champollion, Monuments, xxvii-xxix; and by Lepsius, Denkmdler, Ab. iii, pi. 187.

Translations

have been published by Chabas


in the

in

the Revue

Archeologique, 1858, and by De Roug

Revue Contemreprinted from

poraine, 1868.

The

text given in this

book

is

the edition published by M. Paul Guieyesse

in the Recueil de

Travaux,

viii,

pp. 126-131.

XII.

ANNALS OF RAMESES
Museum
The

III.

82-108

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of the


great British

and 75-79.

Harris papyrus, No. 9999, plates 1-9, 20, complete hieratic text was published for the

Trustees of the British

Museum, with an English

translation

by

Dr. Birch, entitled Facsimile of an Egyptian Hieratic Papyrus of


the reign of Rameses III.

Translations of parts of

it

have been

published by Eisenlohr, Die grosse Papyrus Harris


Aeg.
Zeit.,

by Birch,
152; by

1872, p.
Zeit.,

119; 1873, PP1873, PP1

9>

34, 65,
T

97,

Eisenlohr, Aeg.
25
;

5>

49> 9 8 >

54; 1874, pp. 23-

by Chabas, Recherches pour seruir a Fhistoire de la XlXeme Dynastie, pp. 75-79; and by Drs. Birch and Eisenlohr in
Records of the Past,
fifteen plates
vi,

which

The pp. 21-70; and viii, pp. 5-52. have transcribed contain the introduction
Thebes and the important

to the papyrus;

one half of the account of the dedication of


;

buildings, etc., to the gods of


historical

summary which concludes the papyrus.

The
in

tran-

script of Plate XX is inserted as a specimen of the way numbers are expressed in Egyptian. Dr. Karl PiehPs Dictionnaire du Papyrus Harris No. I will be found most useful in the

which

study of this papyrus.

XIII.

THE
This

STEL.E OF PI-AN^I-MERI-AMEN.
text

108-129

Divers,
fasc. iv.

pi.

published by Mariette, Monuments and by De Rouge in his Chrestomathie, Translations have been published by De Rouge in his
has been
1-4,
iv,

Chrestomathie, fasc.

and

in

Records of the Past,

ii,

pp. 73-98.

CONTENTS.

XV
PAGES

XIV. THE DECREE OF CANOPUS.


The
text of this

129-137

celebrated Decree has been published by

Lepsius, with transliteration

and

translation, in

Das

bilingue

Dekret von Kanopus ; and by Reinisch and Roessler, Die zweiAn English translation by Dr. Birch sprachige Inschrift von San,
appeared
in

Records of the Past,

vii,

pp. 83-90.

XV. THE PRECEPTS OF KAKEMNA.


XVI. THE PRECEPTS OF PTAH-HETEP.

138, 139

140-157

facsimile of the Hieratic text of the Precepts of

Kakemna

and of Ptah-Hetep was published by Prisse


entitled Fac-simile (fun

at Paris in 1847,

papyrus egyptien en caracteres hieratiques.


re

Translations and explanations of these difficult texts have been

published by Chabas in the Revue Archeologique,

Serie,

t.

xv,

and

in

Bibliotheque Orientate,

t.

ii,

pp. 173-174; by Lauth in

the Sitzungsberichte der KonigL Bayer. Akad. der Wisstn. zu

Miinchen, 1869, 1870


Paris, 1884,
t.
ii,

by Diimichen, Les
;

Sentences de

Kakemni,

le Papyrus by Virey Prisse, Paris, 1887, where a transcript and new translation with notes are given and many passages have been explained by

p.

80

in his

Etudes sur

Dr. Brugsch in the supplement to his Worterbuch.

XVII.

THE TRAVELS OF AN EGYPTIAN.

157-169

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of Brit.

Mus. papyrus No. 10247, PP- I 8-28. A facsimile of the hieratic was published by Dr. Birch in Select Papyri in the Hieratic
Character,
pi.

52-62, and by Chabas in


etc.,

Voyage d'un Egyptien

en Syrie, en Phenicie,

where

it

was accompanied by a copy

of the hieratic

text,

a double transcription into hieroglyphic

and

Coptic characters, a French translation and a running


tary.

English translations

commenhave been published by Goodwin in


in

his
ii,

Cambridge Essays, pp. 267-269, and

Records of the Past,

pp. 107-116.

XVI

CONTENTS.
PAGES

XVIII.

HYMN TO AMEN-RA.

169-176

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text contained

Bulak papyrus No. 17. A facsimile of the text was published by Mariette in Les Papyrus Egyptiens du Musee de Boulaq, t. ii,
in
pi.

11-13, and a hieroglyphic

transcript with a translation and

running commentary, entitled Hymned, Amman- Ra, was published by M. Grebaut. English translations have been published by Goodwin in Trans. Soc. Bib. Arch.) ii, p. 250 ff., and in Records

of the Past,

ii,

pp. 127-136.

XIX. THE SPOLIATION OF THE TOMBS.

177-194

Transcript into hieroglyphics from the hieratic text of Brit.

Mus. papyrus (Abbott) No. 10221.


lished

The

hieratic text

was pubits

by Dr. Birch in Select Papyri in the Hieratic Character,


II,
pi.
i-viii,

Part

together with

a general summary of

contents.
in

French translations have been published by Chabas feme Melanges Egyptologiques, 3 serie, t. i, and by Maspero in

Une Enquete Judiriaire a Thebes au temps de la XXe Dynastie, where an excellent transcript of this badly written text, with
interlinear translation,
is

given.

An

English translation was


pp.

published in Records of the Past,

xii,

103-115, by

De

Horrack.

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