Category: General

Setna Tbubui

Setna Tbubui

Setna said to Tbubui, “Let us accomplish now that for which I came.” She said to him, “Thou shalt arrive at thy house, that where thou art. However, for me, I am a hierodule; I am no mean person. If thou desires to have thy pleasure of me, thou wilt cause thy children to subscribe to my writing that they may not Krrk a quarrel with my children on the subject of thy possessions.” Setna had his children fetched and made them subscribe to the writ It’K. Setna said to Tbubui, “Let me now accomplish that for which I came.”

She said to him, “Thou shalt arrive at thy house, that where lltnu art. But for me, I am a hierodule; I am no mean person. If thou IIONI desire to have thy pleasure of me, thou shall cause thy children to lia minin, so that they may not seek a quarrel with my children on ftl’roiint of thy possessions.” Setna said, “Let the crime be committed Itll I hem of which the desire has entered thy heart.” She caused the Cllillireii of Setna…

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Kings Catacombs

Kings Catacombs

“And when my brother Na.nefer.ka.ptah went to the cemetery of Memphis, he did nothing on earth but read the writings that are in the Catacombs of the kings, and the tablets of the `House of life,` and the inicriptions that are seen on the monuments, and he worked hard on the writings. And there was a priest there called Nesiptah; and as Na.nefer.ka.ptah went into a temple to pray, it happened that he went behind this priest, and was reading the inscriptions that were on the chapels of the gods. And the priest mocked him and laughed.

So Na.nefer.ka.ptah said to him. `Why are you laughing at me?` And he replied, `I was not laughing at you, or if I happened to do so, it was at your reading writings that are worthless. If you wish so much to read Writings, come to me, and I will bring you to the place where the book which Thoth himself wrote with his own hand, and which will bring you to the gods.

When you read but two pages in this you will enchant the heaven,…

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Ahuras Tale

Ahuras Tale

“We were the two children of the King Mer.neb.ptah, and he loved us very much, for he had no others; and Na.nefer.ka.ptah was in his palace as heir over all the land. And when we were grown, the King said to the Queen, `I will marry Na.nefer.ka.ptah to the daughter of a general, and Ahura to the son of another general.` And the Queen said, `No; he is the heir, let him marry his sister, like the heir of a king; none other is fit for him.` And the King said, `That is not fair; they had better be married to the children of the general.`

“And the Queen said, `It is you who are not dealing rightly with me.` And the King answered, `If I have no more than these two children, is it right that they should marry one another? I will marry Na.nefer.ka.ptah to the daughter of an officer, and Ahura to the son of another o…

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Agehi (985/1577)

Agehi (985/1577)

He was born in Vardar of Yenice. His real name is Mansur. Being from the cadi class he was a scholar, a historian and a poet. He died in Istanbul in 985/1577. According to Tahir…

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