Budge, Ernest A. Wallis [Oth.]
The book of the dead: the Papyrus Ani in the British Museum ; the Egyptian text with interlinear transliteration and translation, a running translation, introd. etc. (Facsimile): Facsimile of the papyrus of Ani — London, 1894

Page: Plate 11
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THE PAPYRUS OF ANI

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THE BOOK O F THE DEAD

CHAP. CXLVII . FIRST ARtT

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11 . — Vignettes: Ani and his wife approaching (a) the seven gates called Arit and (b) the ten Pylons of Osiris
(extending mto Plate 12). Each of the Arit gates is guarded by a Doorkeeper, a Watcher, and a Herald ; and
each of the pylons by a Doorkeeper.

Text: Chapters 146 and 147 of the Book of the Dead ; being the names of the guardians of the Aritgates and
pylons, and the addresses made by Ani to those gods.
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