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A better half quantity to the 3rd version of the author's renowned heart Egyptian, this booklet comprises 8 literary works from the center state, the golden age of center Egyptian literature. incorporated are the compositions greatly considered as the top of Egyptian literary arts, via the Egyptians themselves in addition to by way of smooth readers. The works are offered in hieroglyphic transcription, transliteration and translation, followed through notes cross-referenced to the 3rd variation of center Egyptian. those are designed to offer scholars of heart Egyptian entry to unique texts and the instruments to guidance and ideal their wisdom of the language. the foundations of historic Egyptian verse, within which the entire works are written, are mentioned, and the transliterations and translations are versified, giving scholars perform during this element of Egyptian literature in addition. Consecutive translations also are integrated for reference and for readers extra taken with center Egyptian literature than language.

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