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An Egyptian Epithet for a Learned Scribe / תואר מצרי לסופר מלומד

י. פולוצקי and H. J. Polotsky
Bulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society / ידיעות החברה העברית לחקירת ארץ-ישראל ועתיקותיה
Vol. יד‎, No. א/ב‎ (תשרי-אדר ב' תש"ח), p. 5
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23727313
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Abstract

Two roughly contemporary inscriptions, a stela from Edfu (Cairo, Journ. d'entrée 46,200) and a scribe's palette temp. Apophis (Berlin 7798), furnish the hitherto unrecorded epithet "Whom Thoth himself has taught, into whose mouth Seshat has spat", apparently an original contribution of the Second Intermediate Period to the stock of laudatory phrases.

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