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Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1K
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This piece contains 9 lines written in black ink. No vignette.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1G
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This fragment consists of a text divided into 9 different sections. The top three sections contain parts of vignettes. The central three sections contain at least 9 lines of text per section and the remains of vignettes at the bottom. The central vignette shows Horus, Hathor, Isis and Osiris in a boat. The bottom 3 sections preserve a maximum of 8 lines.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1F
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This fragment consists of 5 lines of text in 2 columns written in black ink. There is no accompanying vignette.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1M
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragmentary scraps of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. These fragemtns are not in mylar encapulation and contain text and vignette pieces.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1N
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragmentary scraps of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. These fragements are not in mylar encapulation and contain text and vignette pieces.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1H
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Djed of Herew, son of Takhabes. This section contains 18 lines of text written in red and black ink. The text is accompanied by a vignette of Khepri in a boat followed by two baboons with upraised hands, Thoth and Isis.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1D
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. The fragment contians a maximum of ten lines in two columns. There is a vignette of a goose and the text is written in red and black ink.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1E
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This fragment consists of 4 lines of text written in black ink. There is not vignette.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1B
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Part of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This fragment has parts of 3 columns of text with a maximum of 15 lines per colum. The writing is in both black and red ink. There ae two vignettes accompanying the text: a standing mummiform crocodile and to the right, a deity with a human head and a serpent body.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1J
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Part of the Book of the Dead of Herew , son of Takhabes. This fragment consists of 14 lines of text written in red and black ink. There is also a fragmentary vignette of a boatman (helsman) in a barque facing a standing figure of Osiris.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:E16723
Place Name:Egypt
Credit Line: Museum Purchase, 1902

Description

Late, crude vignette from a Book of the Dead done on papyrus with black ink. The scene shows Osiris seated on a throne. In front of him is a lotus with the four sons of Horus atop it. The devourer, Amet is crouched facing Osiris and is followed by a very damaged figure.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1I
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Part of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of takhabes. This fragment onsists of 15 lines of text written in red and black ink and a vignette of a god in a barque.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1A
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:83-1-1C
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Received from various sources, pre-1983

Description

Part of the Book of the Dead of Herew, son of Takhabes. This fragment contains a maximum of 16 lines of text and parts of 2 columns. There is a vignette of a sparrow on a mound. The text is written in red and black ink.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:E2775A.4
Place Name:Egypt, Thebes (Egypt)
Period:New Kingdom, Nineteenth Dynasty
Credit Line: Museum Purchase; Subscription of the American Exploration Society, 1898

Description

Fragment of Book of the Dead with a vignette depicting a recumbant lion, above the beginning of 5 1/2 columns of text.

Manuscript, Scroll

Manuscript, Scroll

Object Number:E17319
Place Name:Egypt
Period:Late Period
Credit Line: Gift of John Frederick Lewis, Jr., 1938

Description

Book of the Dead beloning to a woman named Tasathor (Tasherithor). The text is long and contains several vignettes. The papyrus also has red and green paint.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:E2775C
Place Name:Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes (Egypt)
Period:New Kingdom, Nineteenth Dynasty
Credit Line: Museum Purchase; Subscription of the American Exploration Society, 1898

Description

Fragment of the Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet. Four and a half vertical columns each showing three pairs of afterlife deities, divided by coulmns of text.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:E2775E
Place Name:Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes (Egypt)
Period:New Kingdom, Nineteenth Dynasty
Credit Line: Museum Purchase; Subscription of the American Exploration Society, 1898

Description

Portion of the Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet, mounted on rice paper. Joins the left edge of E2775D. Contains chapter 180 of the Book of the Dead on the right, separated by a vertical line from Chapter 181. Vignette shows an individual named Pashed kneeling and worshipping Osiris and two other deities before a gate.

Manuscript

Manuscript

Object Number:E2775A.1
Place Name:Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes (Egypt)
Period:New Kingdom, Nineteenth Dynasty
Credit Line: Museum Purchase; Subscription of the American Exploration Society, 1898

Description

Upper right portion of scene showing deceased worshipping the solar barque, with two incense burners behind him. 19 Columns of text with BD 17b.
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