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Mariette, Abydos , Vol. If we assume that the identification of the tomb of Khent as the tomb of Osiris is not older than the reign of Amen-hetep III we ignore the vital importance of the grave of the god to every Egyptian, and the great antiquity of the cult of Osiris at Abydos. It is unlikely that Abydos was the original home of the worship of Osiris, indeed there is good reason for thinking that it was not; but abundant evidence exists to show that the town was one of the principal centres of his cult from the beginning to the end of the Dynastic Period.
In it I-kher-nefert played the part of Horus, and led the victorious army in the sham fight, which probably took place at dawn, for it is the African custom to attack the enemy at that time. The foes of the god were supposed to be routed with great slaughter.
The Book of the Dead Chapter XVIII makes it quite clear that in the original battle between Horus and Set large numbers of the followers of Set were slain on the field, and large numbers were taken prisoners. The prisoners were brought to the tomb of Osiris, where they were beheaded and, perhaps, hacked to pieces, and their blood was used in watering the sanctuary of Osiris in his tomb, and the ground round about it.
The victims would be prisoners of war and criminals, who by the laws of Egyptian society were bound to die. In describing the Osiris play at Abydos, I-kher-nefert dwells chiefly upon the ceremonies in which he played the prominent part, for he assumed 12 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection that those who read his inscription were thoroughly conversant with all the details of the Mysteries. It is quite clear from his narrative that the performance of the Mystery play of Osiris occupied many days, probably from first to last three or four weeks.
The play was acted at Tattu Busiris with elaborate ceremonies, and a considerable number of human sacrifices must have been offered up at that place. In connection with the offerings to Osiris mention must be made of the belief, which was common among the Egyptians, that there existed at Abydos a means by which they might be despatched direct to the Other World for the use of the god.
The well is mentioned in the Stele of Menthu-hetep 5 Xlth dynasty , who says that he built it c by the order of Horus, i. Ill, p. X, pp. Close to this well was the chamber which contained the relic of Osiris, and this is, as M. Lefebure pointed out, probably the tomb chamber of King Khent, which the Egyptians identified as the tomb of Osiris. It is about 28 feet square, and was surrounded by cells, which increased its size to 43 feet by 38 feet. At the north-west corner of this chamber M.
Amelineau found a staircase of fourteen steps, and the cenotaph of Osiris, to which reference has already been made. A canal led to the place from the Nile, and near it was a grove of Egyptian acanthus trees dedicated to Apollo.
Mariette devoted much time and attention during his excavations at Abydos in searching for the well described by Strabo, but he failed to find it, and his successors have been equally unsuccessful in this respect. Professor Naville in the course of his excavations at Abydos n discovered a large well, but it can hardly have been the well described by Strabo.
Lefebure thought 2 that it might have been situated in the tomb of Osiris, and that its mouth was under the cenotaph of the god, but none of the excavators of the tomb mentions any trace of it. Notwithstanding all the great works which the kings of the Xllth dynasty caused to be done for Osiris at Abydos, we find that under the XHIth dynasty his sanctuary needed many repairs.
King Nefer-hetep was a loyal worshipper of Osiris, and hearing that his temple was in ruins, and that a new statue of the god was required, he went to the temple of Temu at Heliopolis, and consulted the books in the library there, so that he might learn how to make a statue of Osiris which should be like that which had existed in the beginning of the world. Having obtained the information required, he set out for Abydos, and sent word to the priests there that the statue of Osiris should be brought out to meet him at the place where he was going to land on the river bank.
When he arrived he found Osiris and his priests waiting for him, and the king journeyed from the Nile to the temple of Osiris at Abydos, under the escort of the god and his priests. As the king was going to the temple a number of the principal scenes in the Mystery play of Osiris were performed, no doubt to the great satisfaction of the actors and spectators.
When Abydos was reached the king caused all the necessary works to be taken in hand at once, and he superintended personally their execution, in order that he might be certain that the directions which he had obtained from the books in the Library at Heliopolis were correctly carried out. In the making of the new statue of Osiris the king assisted with his own hands. Thothmes I made a new statue of the god, or repaired the old one, and a shrine- 1 See the Stele of Sebek-khu, who built his tomb by the staircase of the god, at the Uart, so that he might smell the incense burnt there.
Hitherto reference has been made only to the two chief shrines of Osiris, viz. Of this period, however, we have several copies of a List of the Forms and Shrines of Osiris, and from this it seems that there must have been a shrine of Osiris in every nome in Egypt. It follows a list 4 of all the gods whose names are to be commemorated by a man for his 1 See Mariette, Abydos , tom. II, Plate C 2 16 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection father or for his son during the Festival of Amentet, and contains the following :— 1.
Asar Un-nefer. Un-nefer was an ancient god of Abydos. Asar Ankhti. Asar neb-ankh, i. Asar neb-er-tcher, i. Asar Khenti-Peku? Asar-Sah, i. The constellation of Orion was one of the abodes of Osiris. Asar-Saa, i. Asar Khenti peru, i. Asar in Resenet, i.
Asar in Mehenet, i. Asar nub-heh, i. Asar bati-Erpit, i. Asar Ptah-neb-ankh, i. Asar Khenti Re-stau, i. Asar her-ab-set, i. Asar in Ati? Asar in Sehtet. Asar in Netchefet. Asar in Resu Southlands? Asar in Pe Buto. Asar in Netru, i. Asar in Lower Sau Sais. Asar in Baket, i. Asar in Sunnu. Asar in Rehnent. Asar in Aper. Asar in Qeftenu. Asar-Sekri in Pet-she. Asar Khenti-nut-f, i. Asar in Pesk-re.
Asar in his shrines or, seats in the Land of the North. Asar in heaven. Asar in his shrines in Re-stau. Asar Netchesti. Asar Atef-ur. Asar, Governor of eternity. Asar Tua, i. Asar in Ater. Asar in his tiara and plumes? Asar, Lord of everlastingness. Asar Ati, i. Asar Taiti. Asar in Re-stau.
Asar on his sand. Asar, Chief of the Chamber of the Cow i. Asar in Tanent. Asar in Netbit. Asar in Sati. Asar in Beshu. Asar in Tepu. Asar in Upper Sais. Asar in Nepert. Asar in Shennu. Asar in Henket. Asar in the Land of Sekri. Asar in Shau. Asar in Fat-Heru.
Asar in Maati. Asar in Hena. Under the XIXth dynasty the temple of Osiris was restored, or rebuilt, and a large number of repairs were carried out at Abydos in connection with the property of the god. Seti I regarded Osiris with great awe, and spoke of him as the god who would destroy those who declined to obey his commands. On this we have the remarkable vignette of Osiris seated in judgment on the top of his staircase, with the Scales set before him, and the boat containing the black pig of Set, which an ape is beating.
The further scenes which illustrate the kingdom of Osiris prove that Seti was a believer in the doctrine of rewards for the blessed and punishments for the wicked, and in the existence of a place where the beatified lived with Osiris. The famous well of Osiris at Abydos appears in funerary literature copied during his reign, for we see Osiris seated by the side of it, or over it, in the Papyrus 1 Iuau, in Betshet.
Rameses II was a loyal servant of Osiris, and repaired his shrines and erected fine buildings in his honour. Rameses says in the great inscription at Abydos 1 that he did for Osiris what Horus did for his father, that he set up monuments to him, and doubled the offerings to his Ka, and his piety caused him to restore some of the royal tombs at Abydos which were in ruins.
He finished the temple begun by his father, and built close to it a temple to Osiris. Rameses III restored Abydos and endowed the temples with great possessions, and made a great barge for the god. Exact data are wanting, but it seems clear that with the end of the XXIst dynasty the importance of Abydos began to decline, and with it the cult of Osiris in this place. The first great revival of the glory of Osiris at Abydos after about b.
He interested the king in Abydos, and ultimately obtained from him the funds necessary for the restoration of the temple and the divine service. Much of the work of restoration he superintended personally. He built U-Pek and set up its altars, and cleaned out the famous well or cistern, and planted trees about it. He re-established the offerings, planted date groves and vineyards, restored the library, and built a sacred barge.
He revived the Miracle play of Osiris, and took the leading part in the great scene 1 Mariette, Abydos , tom. I, Plates He made provision for burying the people of Abydos by confiscating certain dues, which the lord of the district had been in the habit of exacting from the desert tribes, and the earnings of a certain ferry 1 which the owner had assumed to be his private possession.
Whatever may have happened to the shrine of Osiris at Abydos we may be quite certain that it did not in any way affect the general progress of the cult of Osiris in Egypt. It is probable that there was a small temple of Osiris attached to every great temple in Egypt, and there is good reason to think that such temples of Osiris were better and more regularly served by the priests than the larger temples. Little by little the Egyptians seem to have dropped the active cult of the other gods, Osiris and Isis, or Hathor, being in the eyes of the purely indigenous section of the population of more importance than all the other gods put together, for they gave resurrection and immortality to those who were dead, and protected the lives, property, and fortunes of those who were living.
The Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah. Mariette, Denderah , IV, The model of Seker which was used in the ceremonies performed during the celebration of his festival at Denderah. The First Section of this text deals with the making of sixteen models of the sixteen pieces into which the body of Osiris was hacked by Set. Each model was made of wheat mixed with some specially prepared paste, and was sent to the town 1 See Brugsch and Diimichen, Recueil , I, 15, 16, and IV, ; Diimichen, Ristiltats ; Mariette, Dendirah , tom.
IV, Plates ; Lauth, A. IV, p. The Second Section of the inscription deals with the making of the figure of Khenti-Amenti, and is of peculiar interest. At Mendes, a town closely connected with Busiris and the cult of Osiris, one hin of wheat and three hin of paste were placed in a large stone trough resting on four legs, and each day, from the 12 th to the 21st day of Khoiak, three parts of a hin of water were poured Osiris of Ant Denderah on his bier, with Nephthys standing at the head, and Isis at the foot.
On the 21st day the contents of the trough were taken out, and a measure of incense having been added to it, the whole was kneaded into the two halves of a gold mould for making the figure of Khenti-Amenti wearing the White Crown. The contents of the moulds were then taken out and tied together with four papyrus bands, and dried in the sun.
At the eighth hour of the 22nd day of the month, the figure, and figures of gods and many lamps, were placed in boats, and taken by water to the tomb of the god, and there the figure of Khenti-Amenti was covered with a cloth, and afterwards buried.
At Abydos, one hin of wheat and four hin of paste were placed in the two halves of a mould of Khenti- Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 23 Amend on the 12th day of Khoiak, and the moulds were set in a large stone trough, with reeds laid above and below them ; each mould was covered with a cloth. On that day the halves of the figure were removed from the moulds, dry incense was sprinkled over them, and they were then tied together with four bands of Osiris of Coptos.
Isis stands at the head, and Homs, son of Isis, son of Osiris at the foot. A crown and the tunic of the god are under the bier. On that day the figure was taken to the temple of Seker and laid there, and the ceremonies of embalmment continued from the 25th to the last day of the month, when the figure was buried. The ceremonial of Abydos was repeated at all the other sanctuaries of Osiris in Egypt.
The Third Section gives directions for making a figure of Seker in a mould, with his crook, whip, beard, and uraeus. The mould was of gold, and a cast made from it was one cubit in height. The paste of which the figure was made was composed of earth from the town of Neter, dates, incense, fresh myrrh, spices, 24 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection precious stones, and water.
The paste was made in the form of an egg, and set in a silver vase with sycamore leaves round it, and then pressed into the mould, and anointed with oil, and finally laid on the bed in the interior of the chamber. At Mendes this paste was made on the 14th day of Khoiak, and put in the mould on the 16th; on the 19th the figure was removed from the mould, embalmed on the 24th, and buried on the last day of the month.
Memphis, Sma-Behutet, Kes, and Ka-kam observed the same rites. Osiris Khenti-Amenti of Thebes lying naked on his bier. Mariette, Denderah y IV, The Fourth Section gives the names of the gods who were enshrined in the temple of the goddess Shent.
The Fifth Section supplies the legends which were cut on the fronts of the moulds of Seker, Khenti-Amenti, and on the two vessels of Sep. The coffin of Osiris was made of sycamore wood and bore a long inscription ; it was one cubit and two palms long, and three palms and three fingers broad. The coffin of Khenti-Amenti and the coffer of the vessels of Sep were also made of sycamore. These cakes were put in a box, which was placed in a silver chest, and then set under the head of the god for protection.
The other paragraphs of this Section deal minutely with the spices, precious stones, bandlets, knot, the fourteen amulets of Un-Nefer, 1 2 and the fourteen tebeh of the mould of Seker, which were in the forms of the fourteen divine members. At the foot is the goddess Neith, and at the head the goddess Uatchit. The plough frame was made of two kinds of wood, and the ploughshare of black bronze ; the cows which pulled it were black.
The barley which grew in the Field was cut on the 20th day of Tobe, and was made into sacred cakes, the dhura was also made into cakes, and the linen made from the flax was used at the festival. Descriptions then follow of the sacred casket made of reeds, the cow 1 The Four Sons of Horus, 4 tets j , 2 lions, 1 Horus, 1 Thoth, 2 utchats. The thirty-four boats with their lamps and deities are next mentioned, and the names of the gods of the twenty-nine other boats are also given.
Mariette, Dendirah , IV, The festival Un-per was celebrated on the 16th and 24th of the month of Khoiak, and on these days the god with his jackal appeared in the courtyard. The yoking of the two pairs of heifers to draw the funerary furniture took place on the 23rd day. The furniture consisted of two obelisks, four coffers, one for each of the Four Sons of Horus, with their four veils, one blue, one red, one green, one white, sixteen vulture plumes, four affixed to each coffer, and behind came a figure of the serpent Apep, holding a knife with which to sever the cordage.
On the 12th day of Khoiak the festival of Tena was Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 27 celebrated, and on the 14th the most solemn festival of Pert was observed. On the 16th the festival of Osiris Khenti-Amenti was celebrated, and on that day the transformation of the god took place.
On the 19th the figure of Seker was taken from its mould, and on that day Horus saw his father. On the 21st the figure of Osiris was taken from its mould ; on the 24th Osiris was embalmed, and on the last day of the month the Tet, was raised up, and Osiris was buried. For seven days, from the 24th to the last day of the month, Osiris remained unburied, and during these days he rested in Osiris Khenti-Amenti of Nubia. Horus sits at the head and Neith at the foot.
The seven days symbolize the seven months which he passed in the womb of his mother Nut, and the branches symbolize the goddess. The Sixth Section states that the object used at the Tena festival was made at each of the sixteen shrines of Osiris in Egypt.
On the 12th of Khoiak the Festival of Ploughing the Earth was celebrated in the temple of the goddess Shentit in Mendes. The goddess appeared in the temple, and she was stripped naked. Two parts were intended for the mould of Khent- Amenti, and two parts for the trough of Sep. A number of cakes? Next a piece of linen was laid in each half of the mould of Khent-Amenti, and it was filled with the wet wheat and the cake-paste; both parts were then laid in the large trough and covered with reeds.
The trough of Sep was then filled with the rest of the wheat and cake- paste, and laid in the larger trough, and water was poured on them. On the 21st day of Khoiak the reeds which were about the halves of the mould were removed, and on the following day the superfluous water was drained off.
The figures were then removed from the moulds, and tied together with four papyrus bands, and the two figures from the trough of Sep were joined in a similar manner, and then they were escorted along the water to the tomb by 34 boats decorated with lamps. The figure of Khent-Amenti and the figure from the trough of Sep, which had been made the previous year, were then brought from the place where they had been kept, and Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 29 oiled, and embalmed on the 24th day of the month of Khoiak, and put each in a sycamore-wood coffin, and buried in Re-stau on the last day of the month.
Under the bier are the seven crowns of the god. Mariette, Denderah, IV, This is not to be wondered at, for he only took the lead in the great scenes of the Mystery play of Osiris which were always VOL. D 30 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection performed before the people. The ceremonies described above were all performed in secret by the priests, partly in the most sacred parts of the temple, and partly in the tomb, and the object of them all was to make three figures of the different forms of Osiris.
From the first mould was made a figure of Khent-Amend, and from the trough of Sep, a figure of Sep, which was formed of sixteen distinct limbs of Osiris, and from the mould of Seker, a figure of the finished, reconstituted god. Every act was symbolic in character, and represented some ancient belief or tradition. The paste, the mixture of Osiris of Libya? At the head stands Isis, and at the foot Horus.
The Egyptians believed that the original Osiris was re-made in the earth, and that the pieces of his body were woven together a second time through the words and ceremonies of the gods whose effigies were carried in the thirty-four boats during the procession on the water.
And there was not the smallest action on the part of any member of the band who acted the Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 31 Miracle play of Osiris, and not a sentence in the Liturgy, which did not possess importance or vital significance to the followers of Osiris. The ceremonies performed at Denderah were not new, on the contrary, they were very old, and there is good reason to think the priests of the Ptolemaic Period accepted with absolute faith the observances which the Osirian traditions imposed upon them, and carried them out with the most scrupulous care, even in the smallest detail.
Osiris of Denderah lying on his bier which is supported by Thoth, two goddesses, and an Ape-god. The three hawks are Isis, Nephthys, and Hathor. At the head stands Isis, and at the foot Ileqet. We may now consider the bas-reliefs at Denderah which illustrate the Festival and Mysteries of Osiris. In the same chamber is the long inscription which has already been summarized.
On the walls of the Second Chamber Plates is sculptured a series of birds, each with its characteristic head, which represent the deities of the various nomes wherein shrines of Osiris were situated. These are followed by figures of the Eight Goddesses, Isis, Nephthys, etc. Plate 44 , and of the deities who accompany Osiris during the twenty-four hours of the day and night to protect him against the attacks of Set, or Typhon Plates Seker-Osiris, Lord of Tattu Busiris.
The resurrection of Osiris is closely connected with the germination of wheat; the grain which is put into the ground is the dead Osiris, and the grain which has germinated is the Osiris who has once again renewed his life Plate The remaining reliefs in this chamber represent the gods who are charged with the protection of the tomb of Osiris Plates The god lies on a bier under which are placed his diadems Plate In a Seker-Osiris of Busiris.
Anubis is bringing unguent and linen to embalm him. Southern Group. First Chamber. Here the first text contains invocations to Osiris, in all his forms of Upper and Lower Egypt, and the bas-relief represents Osiris Un-Nefer of Denderah lying on his bier, with Isis at the head and Nephthys at the foot Plate The bas- reliefs show us Osiris, followed by the four Meskhenit goddesses, and a figure of Thoth Plate The third text contains invocations to Osiris, and the bas-relief represents Osiris Un-Nefer, Lord of Busiris, lying on his bier Plate Second Chamber.
The fourth text contains directions for the covering of the biers of Osiris, and the placing of the proper amulets on them on the 25th day of Khoiak Plate The next group of bas-reliefs contains a series of figures of the gods of the Dekans, and Planets, and days of the week, which stand ready to guard the Sepulchre of Osiris Plates Following these we have the Twelve Hour-gods of the day, and their Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 35 names Plate 84 , the Hennu Boat, and a scene of sacrifice Plate 85 , and a list of the nomes of Egypt, which the king presents to Hathor.
Third Chamber. Osiris-Tet in Busiris. Mariette, DencUrah , IV, These amulets were :— 1. A pectoral, with straps for fastening over the shoulders. A figure of Thoth, in the form of a man with the head of an ibis. An Utchat, or Eye of Horus or Ra. A beetle, emblem of Khepera. All the above were made of uher stone. This was made of turquoise or green feldspar. Uraeus wearing the Crown of the North.
Uraeus wearing the Crown of the South. These were made of Amen turquoise? A White Crown. This was made of Syrian turquoise? Two beetles. A seated figure of Isis. A seated figure of Amen. Two hawks, symbols of Horus. A papyrus sceptre. These were made of Fert stone of Rutenu. A tear drop of the Utchat These were made of. A figure of Thoth. A Tet, i. Two figures of Thoth, holding a sceptre. A figure of Isis holding a sceptre. A figure of Nephthys without a sceptre. A seated figure of the goddess Neith.
A seated figure of the goddess Serqet. Two Tets. A breastplate, with ring. A vessel, with cover. A seated figure of Osiris wearing the White and Red Crowns. A seated figure of the goddess Maat. A cartouche. An article of apparel. Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 39 An Utchat, or Eye of Horus, or Ra. Three plaques? A pomegranate. A vessel? A heart. Osiris, Isis, and Nephthys of the town of Hebit Behbit. Above is a hawk bringing air. A pair of plumbing instruments. A pair of angles.
A pair of stands? A pair of beetles. A fruit? A seated figure of a goddess, with a disk on her head. A pair of Utchats, the Eyes of the Sun and Moon. Two uraei. A hawk, symbol of Horus. These were made of qa stone. A sistrum. A pair of plumes. Right Utchat. Left Utchat. Two instruments with plumes and uraei. A beetle, symbol of Khepera. A vessel, with cover? These were made of carnelian. JVases for milk, or unguents? These were made of turquoise. A milk vessel?
These were made of beliet stone. Three knives made of black stone. An object. These were made of khenem stone. Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 41 99, Two amulets of Isis? Two bulls. Two Utchats. Following these we have a group of the Sepulchres of Osiris, which may be briefly described :— 1.
Mariette, Deiidcrah, IV, Outside, at one end, is an ape, symbolic of the Four Sons of Horus, and at the other the goddess Shentit is seated. An Osiris unnamed. The god lying on his stomach on his bier. Horus his son driving a spear into his face, to open his mouth and his two eyes. Isis at the head, Nephthys at the foot. Beneath the bier is a row of diadems. Osiris Khenti-Amenti. Osiris, lying on his bier in the act of begetting Horus by Isis, who is in the form of a hawk ; behind comes Nephthys in a similar form.
At the head kneels Hathor, and at the foot the Frog-goddess Heqet is seated. Behind Hathor stand four forms of Osiris. Osiris Hemka begetting a son by Isis, who hovers over him in the form of a hawk. Anubis, Horus, Nephthys and Shentit are present.
Osiris-Seker, Lord of the Shrine of Abydos. Mariette, Dtnderah , IV, At the head stands Nephthys and at the foot Isis. Mysteries of Osiris at Denderah 43 5. Osiris in the embalmment chamber being operated upon by Anubis and Heqet, according to instructions given by Thoth. Isis and Nephthys sit on the ground weeping. Ptah-Seker-Asar lying on his bier. Seker-Asar lying on his bier, by which stand Isis and Nephthys.
Facing its head are three of the forms of Osiris. The resurrection of Osiris Khenti-Amenti. Nephthys kneels at the head, and Isis at the foot. Above the member of the god hovers Isis in the form of a hawk. Asar-Seker of Abydos kneeling in a kind of boat which is resting on a sledge. Osiris rising revivified out of a kind of bowl which stands on a plinth between the outspread wings of Isis. Osiris Khent-Amend, rising revivified from his bier, beneath which is placed a series of his crowns.
The formula for making the spirit of Osiris 2 in Akertet, which shall be made i. Come to thy house, O Beautiful Bull, the Lord of men and women, the beloved one, the lord of women. Egyptologiques, , and see Brugsch, Religion, p.
Come thou to them, for their hearts are sad, and make them to appear as beings who rejoice. The lands of Horus 1 exult, the domains of Set are overthrown through fear of thee. Hail, Osiris, First of those who are in the Other World! I am thy sister Isis. No god hath done [for thee] what I have done, and no goddess. I made a man child, though I was a woman, because of my desire Isis and Nephthys bewailing the death of Osiris. From a bas-relief at Philae.
Thy divine essence was in my body ; I placed him on the back of the earth i. He pleaded thy case, he healed thy suffering, he decreed the destruction of him that had caused it. Set hath fallen before his sword or, knife , and the Smamiu fiends of Set have followed him. The throne of Keb is to thee, O thou who art his beloved son! Hail, Seker-Osiris! This calamity happened to thee in the primeval time. There have been made for thee mighty chambers in Tettu Busiris. The god Utekh 2 embalmed thee and made sweet the smell of thee.
E 46 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection god Anpu Anubis toiled for thee in the place of purification, and performed all the things which he had to perform. I and my sister Nephthys kindled a lamp at the door of the writ chamber, so that [we] might snare in a net Set like a goose. Anubis came forth from the place of purification and overthrew all thine enemies. The mourners, male and female, made for thee their lamentations.
Horus hath overthrown the Sebau fiends, and hath cast fetters about Set. The gods stand up and utter groans by reason of the great Mariette, Denderah , IV, Those who dwell in the horizon hear the goddess making lamentation over the motionless one, they see what that accursed one hath done unto thee. Thoth standeth at the door of the pure chamber in order to recite his formulae which shall give life to the soul each day. Thou comest forth in the Tuat. The Sons of Horus are with thee.
Horus is before thee [with] the rope in his hands. I he divine- 1 I. The Setem priest hath opened thy mouth, Seker in the Hennu-Boat hath triumphed, thine enemies are overthrown. Osiris on his bier under which are the vases containing his intestines. Mariette, Dmderah y IV, Thy limbs are rejoined, thou art protected, thou hast no defect; thy limbs are rejoined, and not a member of thine is wanting. Hail, Osiris Khenti-Amentiu! O Form, thou hast thy head, O god of the lifted hand, [thy] crown and thy hair are [made of] genuine lapis-lazuli.
O Form, thou hast thy two eyes, thou seest with them ; the Maati goddesses love to protect thee. O Form, thou e 2 48 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection hast thine ears, wherewith thou shalt hear prayers for millions of years. O Form, thou hast thy nose, thy nostrils snuff the breezes.
O Form, thou hast thy mouth ; thou speakest therewith ; Horus has pressed for thee thy mouth. O Form, thy jaw-bones are on thee, firmly fixed. Anubis anointing the mummy of Osiris with Isis giving directions. O Form, thy beard [is made of] crystal which emitteth rays of light. O Form, thy lips are of flint and thy teeth are turquoises. O Form, thy tongue is the pilot of the Two Lands, it licketh up thine enemies.
O Form, thy body is of natron, it perisheth not. O Form, thy neck beareth ornaments and amulets which reach to thy throat. O Form, thy hands are firm on the staff, which is stable in thy abodes? O Form, thy sinews? O Form, thy belly, thy secret place, hideth that which is in it. O Form, thy two shoulders are stablished firmly on thy back. O Form, thou hast thy member and thy genitals that thou mayest copulate. O Form, thou hast thy backbone and thy buttocks, thou sittest upon the throne every day.
O Form, the soles of thy feet are on the earth, the water flood appeareth with them, O Osiris Khenti-Amentiu! A local form of Osiris of Abydos, worshipped in Pehu. Rise up, rise up! Throats follow thee. Isis and Nephthys providing Osiris with air. Mariette, Dendcrah , IV, The beings of the South and the beings of the North must not be without a sight of thee.
The beings of the West and the beings of the East are settled in the fear of thee, and they [bear tribute] on their heads each day. They shall never separate from thy Majesty by reason of their desire to see thee. Come to me ; I am thy sister Isis. Rise up, rise up, come at my call. Hearken thou to the recital of the things which I have done for thee, which I have done for thee [and] thy name in all the nomes, and in every domain, and how they hold thee in fear. They cry out unto thee at the time of thy departure.
Be not afar off, come thou to us. Thy mother Nut gave birth to thee in Thebes, and thou didst become a young man. As soon as thou didst rise on the earth as a child there was a shout of joy, and Ra heard it in his abode? Thou arrivest at Het-sutenit 1 on the night of the twentieth day of the month, and the fifteenth day of 1 Xo'is.
Ra saw thee, thy love entered into his heart in this royal seat. He gave to thee the throne of thy father Keb. Thou art his son whom he loveth. Thou enterest into the temple, into thy hidden abode, in Het-Benben. The city of Memphis 3 is with thee every day, and thou livest there in the form of Atem-Khepera, the Prince in Anu Heliopolis.
Abydos, thy son Horus overthroweth thine enemies every day. Thou renewest thy youth in Tettu Busiris. The goddess Nebt-hetep protecteth thee, the goddess Shenat keepeth off the fiend Set. The Temple Anti [is full of] loud acclamations, and Re-stau [is full of] splendour. The god Khnemu protecteth thee in Metchet Elephantine.
He poureth out for thee water in the Hetep Chamber in the Metchet temple, appearing in it anew, appearing from thee. The city of Behutet Apollinopolis is stablished under thy name, Horus overthroweth Set. The city of Horus of the West Asphynis rejoiceth at the sight of thee. The temple of 1 The House of the Obelisk, i. Spirit Burial of Osiris 55 Aptet Ombos hath joy of heart.
The Spirits who dwell in Nekhent cry out with joy. The goddess Nekhebit protecteth thee in Nekhebet Eileithyiaspolis. Splendid is thy rising up as the Lord of the South and North. Offerings [to thee], with joy, with joy! The god An purifieth thee in Het-sekhemu Diospolis Parva. Isis protecteth thee in Denderah?
The Two Companies of the Gods exalt thee high on thy standard. The gods look upon the two Merti? The city of Shena-hennu rejoiceth at the sight of thee. Those who are in the East rejoice at thy Ka i. Hathor protecteth thee in Hierakonpolis, thou livest in Shaas-hetep Hypselis. Thou buildest up men and women, thou art the guide of the gods in thy name of Khnemu. Thy members are gathered together in Het-Ertuu, and the gods who dwell 2 A district of Abydos.
The god Thoth reciteth the Book of making the Spirit for thee in Khemenu Hermopolis , and the Eight Gods of Hermopolis ascribe to thee praises as they did for thy father Ra. The gods of the city of Hesert rejoice in thee from the time thou enterest till thou departest.
Hensu Herakleopolis adoreth thy Souls, and An-aarrut-f is under thee every day. Mer-ur Moeris rejoiceth, Smen-Heru Ptolemais rejoiceth at thy coming. Seker-Osiris of Busiris, hawk-headed. Memphis is established possessing thee. Kindled for thee is a fire in the hands of the goddess Rerat, 2 she performeth acts of protection for thee every day.
Ptah giveth air to thy nostrils. The Meriti-gods, chiefs of the Temple of Ptah, protect thee. The sanctuary Shetat rejoiceth, the sanctuary Hennu is glad. The heart of Ptah-resu-aneb-f is glad, he rejoiceth in thy love. The Temple of Sekhet resoundeth with music in thine honour. The Temple of Aqert rejoiceth possessing thee, and Horus overthroweth all thine enemies.
The gods of Latopolis are full of the sight of thee. Thou suckest in pure life with the milk of the Cow-goddess Sekha-Heru, and the Town of the Cow is full of happiness. The goddess Sekhmet protecteth thee in the lands of the Thehennu, she defendeth thee ; the queen of Mer-ur is glad. The goddess of the Companies of the Gods tarrieth with thy name in the Temple of Neith, the city of Sals is filled with glory at the sight of thee.
Thou becomest hidden on the south side and on the north side, [thy] apparel is the work of the two Crocodile-gods. Thou The goddesses Serqet and Tua? The goddess Neith shooteth arrows from her bow to overthrow thine enemies utterly. Thou reachest Athribis, and thou appearest in the form of a bull upon his stand in thy name of Osiris-Uu, whilst Isis standeth before thee. She never leaveth thee.
Thy name is in the mouth of her inhabitants, they praise thee where thou art all the day long, even as they praise Ra, the father of thy parents i. The Uraei-goddesses rejoice in thy image, and their sceptres bring thee healing season by season. The city of Pe rejoiceth at the sight of thee, and Tep bringeth hymns and praises before thy face.
The goddess Uatchit, the Uraeus-goddess of the North, 58 Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection taketh up her place on thy head. Clusters of papyrus plants are presented unto thee in the city of Khebit j 1 all thine enemies are overthrown. The cities of Qebh-her and Nai bow themselves down before thy face. The children and young men come to thee from Heliopolis.
The awe of thee filleth the temple of the god Sep, and thy name is spread abroad in The city of Kher-aha 2 is full of joy at the sight of thee, and the Temple of Amahet hath gladness of soul. Shenu- qebh is filled with joy of heart, and the holy city is glad ; and under the form of Hetepit the goddess Hathor guardeth thee. Bast, the Lady of Bubastis, sendeth awe of thee among all men; thy strength against thine enemies is great.
The town of Phacusa is glad. The god Sept, the Horus of the East, the Bull, the slayer of the Anti, rejoiceth at the sight of thee. Heru-Merti 1 The Island of Khemmis of the classical writers. The town of Tchan is glad, and the Land of Haa is full of joy. The town of Remen keepeth a feast, the town of Horus in the North and Sma-Behutet rejoice in their hearts. The town of Theb-neter Sebennytus boweth low before thee, Heru- Tema, with the lofty plumes, the lord of the crown, is the vanquisher of all thy foes.
Mariette, Denderak , IV, Ba-neb-Tet" Mendes , the virile Ram, the master of virgins. The town of Hermopolis lieth under thy rule, and Thoth, the judge of the Two Combatants, stablisheth the writings which commemorate [the combat]. Thou art in the place of Ra for ever.
The Lamentations of Isis and Nephthys. The Serekh Shrine containing remains of Osiris. An, come to thy house. O beautiful Ahi, come to thy house. It is good to see thee. Come to thy wife. It was drawn round the sanctuary at dawn. Mariette, Denctirah , IV, Harpokrates is seated on the prow. Mariette, DeyicUrah , IV, Mariette, Dcttderah , IV, Hail, god An! Come to the nome of Sapi? Come to Sapi, thy city. O Beautiful Sovereign, come to thy house!
The Hymns of Ani the Scribe. He is the lord of the Ureret Crown [and] the possessor of the lofty White Crown—the Sovereign of gods and men. He hath received the crook J [and] the whip, [and] the rank of his divine fathers. Let thy heart be glad, O thou who art in the funerary mountain, [for] thy son Horus is established on thy throne. Thou makest the Two Lands Egypt , to flourish triumphantly before 1 Strictly speaking, Keb was the grandfather of Osiris.
Spirit Burial of Osiris 67 5. He hath 9. Extended of body, beautiful of face in Ta- Tchesert. Heliopolis , and a permanent estate or, possession in Sekhet-Arui, He is the creator of Het-ka- Ptah i. Thou art praised by them i. Isis embraceth thee with content, she chaseth away the Tchai fiend 4. Thou turnest thy face to Amentet, thou illuminest the Two Lands Egypt with silver-gold light. The [souls who] are lying on their biers rise up to look upon thee, they snuff 5.
O grant thou unto me a path whereon I may journey in peace. Iam righteous. I have not uttered lies wilfully. I have not acted a double part or, dealt doubly. Homage to thee, O An in Antes? Great God, Heru-Ivhuti, thou traversest the heights of heaven with spacious strides—thou who art Heru-Khuti! I am righteous. I have not dealt doubly. Thou art One, thou effectest thine own protection. Thou restest in peace in Tetu Busiris. Homage to thee, O Lord of the Nart tree. The Seker Boat hath been placed upon its sledge.
Turn back the Sebau Fiend, the Worker of evil, and make the Utchat to rest upon its throne. I have not tittered lies wilfully. Thou art the Lord of Suten-henen i. O grant thou tint0 me a path whereon I may journey in peace.
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