By Professor William J Murnane, The Chicago Epigraphic Survey
This quantity completes the list of the forecourt and major hypostyle corridor of the temple of Khons in Karnak, through the Chicago Epigraphic Survey. We now ultimately own an entire and exact checklist of the works of Ramesses XI and Herihor there, plus a complete sequence of supplementary scenes and texts from the twenty first Dynasty (Pinudjem I; Menkheperre), a textual content of Osorkon I, dedications through Nectanebo II, and texts and scenes of Ptolemy II, IV and IX, along with Alexander. a lot of what seems right here was once previous unpublished; what was once recognized now seems in vastly more suitable shape. ... The folio of plates is followed via a 4to publication giving not just the record of plates and annotated translation of all texts, but in addition an informative preface by means of Dr. Kent Weeks, e.g., at the vicissitudes of royal and priestly positive aspects within the reliefs of Pinudjem I; he additionally exhibits that this current quantity (fruit of such a lot of collaborators around the many years) was once considerably the paintings of Dr. W. J. Murnane. a brand new and intensely welcome function of the text-fascicle is its complete word list (in transliteration) of all texts in Vols. 1 and a pair of of Khonsu. [From a evaluation via ok. A. Kitchen in Bibliotheca Orientalis forty-one (1984) 84-85].
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Similar elements above and below and in the corresponding scenes on the east side of the doorway. " c For this epithet cf. pl. 120B, line 9. '" PLATE 119. A. PAINUTEM I THURIFYING BEFORE KHONSU BY PAINUTEM 1Thurifying before his father, Khonsu-Re, Lord of Thebes, 2 that he may make "given life" like Re. BY KHONSU 3 Khonsu Neferhotep. 4 Words spoken:" "I have given you valor 5 like Re. " ABOVE PAINUTEM 7 The High Priest of Amon-Re, King of the Gods, [Paiankh], 9 beloved 8 Painutem, justified, the son of of Amon-Re, King of the Gods, '°who has satisfied [all the] god[s] 11with [great] monument[s], 12 causing his E[nn]eadb to be in joyfulness.
See the references in Kenneth A. ) (Warminster, 1973), p. 333, n. 498, for the legal institution. wc, translated "heir" throughout this text, could be a writing of tw'(t), "inheritance" (as noted in Wb 1, 51). mm For this name see Hermann Ranke, Die aegyptische Personnennamen, vol. 1 (Gliickstadt, 1935), p. 127:1. "" Restoring  at the end ofcol. 35, based on the figures in cols. 36-38. The total must be lower than 1000, and since the daughters of Mutenope each apparently receive 305 deben, while Tamimi's daughter gets half that amount (152/2), it seems logical that Pawah should account for the remaining half share.
Hd m-dit (cf. col. 12) s3]-nswt (cf. col. 3). 90 For this sense of mb see Alan H. Gardiner, "Four Papyri of the 18th Dynasty from Kahun," in ZAS 43 (1906):34 (note 26); of. Jaroslav Cerny, "The Abnormal-Hieratic Tablet Leiden I 431," in Studies Presented to F. Ll. Griffith (London, 1932), p. 54 (note 42). h^ The equivalence 305 deben (of copper) = 30V2 shawls establishes the unit price. The use of the fraction here suggests that the rwdw is viewed as a length of cloth with a given value rather than as a garment.