Griffith, Francis Ll. [Editor]
The Petrie Papyri: hieratic papyri from Kahun and Gurob ; principally of the Middle Kingdom (Band 1): Text — London, 1897

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COKBECTIONS TO TEXT.

P. 2, col. 2. The note on 1. 9 belongs to
PI. i., not PL ii.

1. 18 from below. Inyt-f.

P. 3, col. 2. For u's read wts.

P. 4, col. 1, top. For VI. 2 read VI. 12.

P. 7, col. 1, 1. 9 from below. Read (? or
navel).

P. 8, col 1, note to 1. 30. dsdyt.
P. 11, col. 1, note to 1. 25. Read Iwyt and
vwvyt.

P. 17, col. 2, 1. 10 from below, htyt.

P. 18, col. 2, 11. 18-20. Dele after "crane."
^•^j, reads g> (Spieg.).

P. 20, col. 1, note to 1. 2. mit n.

P. 21, col. 1, last line. For u'rt read w'rt.

P. 23, col. 1, 1. 3 from below. Insert ) after
" different."

P. 40, col. 2, 1. 6 from below. "For the
place-name AnklvUser[tesen]."

P. 47, col. 2, note to 1. 7. irsi and tos.

P. 50, col. 2, note to 1. 69. —fl ^ ^ ^ .

/ww\\ ^ \ 111

P. 51, col. 2, 1. 22. Read Z. 51. Or MTw (?).
P. 56, col. 1, translation of I. 5. "do what
thou shalt command him."
P. 61, col. hct.

P. 90. It might seem that AnklrUsertesen
and Ankh'Amenemhat were names of a single
residence, Ankh, in which the royal name
changed with the advent of a new king, but
it must be recollected that m>" hmv usually
follows the cartouche in AnklrUsertesen,
which retained its name even in the time of
Sekhenrkhu'taurra, PI. x., 1. 2.
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