and another scribe named Arutu, if indeed that is not another name of the
same scribe. The line on the right hand reads,
Tut' a Tahuti nas ut suten an
Arutuem licit ar ru bu mer f em
Kar neter nen ar f asf sdhu her
her ma suten an Merienptah.
Thoth says, "Addressed has been
the royal scribe Arutu, in front let
him [go] to the place beloved by
the gods, he has committed no sins,
he is a mummy [deceased] delight-
ing in Truth, the royal scribe Me-
The perpendicular line on the left side reads facing to the right.
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n A en
Tut' an Tahuti nas f tata Ement errat
sen qat em nes'em saha em seyet Aaru er
nas ran sen er hut per ma au mut.
Said by Thoth :—" He addresses the prin-
cipal gods of the West that they should give
a place in the boat of Sah, in the fields of
the Aahlu2, to address their names at the
treasury as to the dead."
1 Literally, "beloved by the gods," but probably for Karneter.
2 Or, "he peregrinates in the Aahlu," or "Elysium."
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