A history of Egypt under the Pharaohs, derived entirely from the monuments, tr. by H.D. Seymour, completed and ed. by P. Smith. To which is added a Memoir on the exodus of the Israelites and the Egyptian monuments, Band 2

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Seite 335 - And Joseph placed his father and his brethren, and gave them a possession in the land of Egypt, in the best of the land, in the land of Rameses, as Pharaoh had commanded.
Seite 13 - In the first year of King Seti, there took place by the strong arm of Pharaoh the annihilation of the hostile Shasu, from the fortress of Khetam, of the land of Zalu as far as Kanaan ; the king was against them like a fierce lion. They were turned into a heap of corpses. They lay there in blood.
Seite 73 - Kheta shall not] allow them [to remain, but he shall] deliver them up, and send them back to Ramessu Miamun, the great prince of Egypt. ' Now with respect to the [inhabitant of the land of Egypt], who is delivered up to Ramessu Miamun, the great prince of Egypt, his fault shall not be avenged upon him, his [house] shall not be taken away, nor his [wife] nor his [children]. There shall not be [put to death his mother, neither shall he be punished in his eyes, nor on his mouth, nor on the soles of...
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Seite 40 - Awake," he says to his father, " raise thy face to heaven, behold the sun, my father Mineptah, thou who art like God. Here am I who make thy name to live. I am thy guardian, and my care is directed to thy temple and thy altars which are raised up again I set apart revenues for thee for thy worship daily, to be...
Seite 14 - His heart is only satisfied at the sight of the stream of blood when he strikes off the heads of his enemies. A moment of the struggle of men is dearer to him than a day of pleasure.

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