Journal articleUsed on both sides, the papyrus British Museum EA 9961 reproduces a marsh scene on the recto and a copy of the myth of Isis and her seven scorpions in cursive hieroglyphs on the verso. Although the high quality of the illustration is the most striking feature, the text has...
BookThis occasional paper publishes a group of papyri that supplement those included in J.J. Janssen’s comprehensive Late Ramesside Letters and Communications (Hieratic papyri in the British Museum VI, 1991). The papyri in this publication were transferred to the British Museum for specialist care, conservation and storage by the National Trust...
Demarée, Robert J. ; Leach, Bridget ; Usick, Patricia
BookBook of the Dead chapter 180 appears twice in the papyrus of Nebseni. As part of Dr Lapp’s preparation of that papyrus for publication, the present Occasional Paper presents a collation of the other known New Kingdom versions of the same chapter in an attempt to reconstruct the text. The...
BookThis text, published with translation and commentary, is a work attributed to Shenoute, the 4th-5th century abbot of the White Monastery in Upper Egypt.
Behlmer, Heike ; Alcock, Anthony