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Budge, Ernest A. Wallis
The sarcophagus of Anchnesraneferab, Queen of Ahmes II, King of Egypt: about B.C. 564 - 526 — London, 1885

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IN FRONT OF THE FIGURE OF ATHOR, INSIDE THE COFFIN
ON THE BOTTOM.

478. Rise 0 divine spouse Osiris An^nesrineferab, triumphant!
I am Heaven thy mother, I am present to protect thee.

I am Aut, thy nurse, and thy dandier: I will never depart from thee.

BEHIND THE FIGURE OF ATHOR, INSIDE THE COFFIN
ON THE BOTTOM.

479. Hail, divine spouse Osiris An^nesraneferab, triumphant !
Thy mouth has been given to thee by Ra for ever and ever;

in the presence of the gods thou hast received thy attributes, 0 great
god!

INSIDE THE COFFIN AT THE FOOT OF THE FIGURE OF ATHOR,
ON THE BOTTOM.

480. Hail divine spouse Osiris An^nesraneferab, triumphant!

Thy daughter standeth among the gods, the fear of thee is greater
than what their hearts can imagine.

481. Thy name liveth upon earth, thy name endureth upon earth :

482. thou decayest not, nor art a prey to corruption for ever.

483. Hail divine spouse Osiris An^nesraneferab, triumphant!

484. Behold Osiris Horus has placed these four gods, who were born of

himself,

485. to protect thee, to follow after thee, to bring every good thing to thee,

486. and to make thee triumph, as Osiris triumphed, 0 divine spouse,

487. "nutar titat," Osiris An^nesraneferab, triumphant.
Thou art made like Apti, with the face of Ap-uat.
 
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