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IndexesIndex of Egyptian Terms in Transliterationꜣb.t34, 37, 136, 137, 138, 139, 148ꜣḫ47, 49, 207ꜣḫt178i҆ꜣḫ207i҆ꜥnw59i҆b109–110, 157, 178i҆bs230ni҆mꜣḫ.t55jj/jw176jꜥnw197–198jnj176jrj176jry-pꜥt72–73, 76, 89jḥj190jty71, 88, 90187nꜥꜣ179ꜥꜣb(t)169–170nꜥpr179ꜥnḫ177ꜥḥꜣ177wꜣḥ179wꜣš179wꜣḏ šmꜥ.w222nwꜥb179wpi҆49, 57wnḏwt196wr179wḥm177wsr179wtt176wṯs176wḏꜣ179wḏꜥ-mdw57bꜣk.t53bsi҆.w229nbś.w108–109m-ḥꜣ178m-ḥꜣt178mꜣꜥ-ḫrw81, 87, 95mn177mnḫ179mrj177msj177nb177nfr179nḥb198–199nḫt179rnn176rḥw177rs177rd178hn190ḥꜣm177ḥwj177ḥst190ḥqꜣ71, 80ḥkꜣ7–14, 20ḥtp179, 189ḥḏ196ḫꜥ179ḫꜥw199ḫpj184, 185ḫpr168, 169–171ẖt157ẖnn176ẖrd138zbj184–186st178sꜣ nswt139sꜣj176sꜣw177sꜣḫ207, 212nsmr177snn177sḥtp189sḫm179, 19649, 57, 59, 60sšm176, 186–187sḏꜣ176sḏr177šꜣꜥw199šw170nšm184šms176, 186–187qd176gmj177twt154n, 156ṯnj176ṯnw-rꜣ59dmḏ177ḏfꜣ176General IndexA1C (coffin)107Abscheusprüche104, 114Abydos125, 126, 132, 132n, 135actualisation164–165, 168–171, 177, 180, 190, 197, 199, 201, 202–203affect171afterlife32–34, 36, 38, 40–42, 45, 76, 95Ahanakhte28akh47, 49, 53Am-mut106Amenemhat I133Amenemhat II133Amenemhat III134Amenemhat IV133Amenemhat (private individual)128Amenhotep I127n, 218Amenhotep Ritual218amulets221–224, 231, 243Amun-Re91Ankhtifi39Antef Song220anthropology2, 18–20antiderivative (integral)202Anubis44, 75–77, 84, 95, 219, 224 in his castle / god’s shrine77 as vizier75Apis39Apophis38apotropaic texts211, 214, 215, 216, 217, 243appresentation24, 40, 43aretalogy38–39ars moriendi113Asasif128Assiutsee AsyutAssuan107Asyut28, 36, 43, 107, 141Atum73, 76, 80, 88, 91–93, 111–112, 163–164, 190–193, 197, 235 commands that Thoth help80 as bjtj / father of the ‘Twins of the bjtj88 Re-Atum92Auibresee HorAvaris (Tell el-Dʿaba)142, 143, 144autobiography22, 220B1Be (coffin)109B1C (coffin)109B1L (coffin)108B1P (coffin)109B1Y (coffin)108B3L (coffin)108ba37, 42, 202, 222ba-amulet223Baba111–112Badari131Bakamun/Baki128barque travelling in sky75–76 prow of barque75–76Bastet73–74 as firstborn of Atum73Beautiful West225–228Beni Hassan28, 132Bershesee Deir el-Bershabiography24–45Book of the Dead spell 189 spell 6225 spell 17238n spell 1889, 238n spell 1975 spell 29B223n spell 30B223n spell 70209, 246 spell 71105 spell 78228n spell 79228n spell 89223 spell 100224 spell 103105 spells 107–109105 spell 110105 spells 111–116105 spell 112236 spell 11975 spell 12584, 231–232 spell 128233 spell 130224n spell 133233 spell 135233 spell 136233 spell 140233 spell 141233 spells 141–142233n spell 148209, 233 spell 151g219 spell 158223n spell 160222, 223 spell 190233 supplementary spell 162230–231, 243, 245 supplementary spell 166116Book of the Temple232nBook of Thoth234Book of Two Ways112–113, 234nBudge, E.A. Wallis1–2Busiris77Butehamun29child-birth114–115Circle A (Mycenaean)147Coffin Texts15, 18, 21, 22, 24–45, 56–61, 70–71, 162–164, 185, 193, 196, 198, 201 spells 1–2943 spell 743 spell 1682 spell 30101 spells 30–41225–228, 242 spells 31–36101 spell 37101 spell 3834, 101 spells 38–4158, 139 spell 39101, 193–194 spell 40101 spell 41101 spell 4270, 91–92 spell 4571, 76–77 spell 4882 spell 49 (B16C 98)75 spell 5077 spell 5171, 78 spell 6073–75 spell 75104 spells 75–83223 spell 8088 spell 81101, 104 spell 8394 spell 98101 spell 99101 spell 100101 spell 101101 spell 102101 spell 103101 spell 104101 spells 115–119101, 107 spells 131–13534 spells 131–13660 spell 146138, 139 spell 14937 spell 15284 spells 154–160102, 104 spell 161102 spell 170197–198 spell 184104 spell 18985 spell 19577, 84 spell 225212, 213, 242 spells 236–24634 spell 25682 spell 25785–86 spell 25886 spell 26082 spell 27987 spell 312228n spell 31371, 78–82, 85, 89–90, 228n spell 31489–90 spell 31771, 88–89, 92–93 spell 337108 spell 341102, 108, 228n, 229–230 spell 34571 spell 399 (IV, 338)42 spell 414 (V, 245–246)38 spell 43890, 92 spell 47287 spell 47488 spell 48487 spell 520191n spell 526102, 109 spell 53186–87 spell 556228n spell 55788 spell 57384 spell 576102, 109–112 spell 588102, 105, 106 spells 589–606224 spell 609224n spell 622228n spell 628228n spell 62988 spell 642102, 107 spell 64771, 90–91 spell 66082–83 spell 66582, 91–93, 228n spell 67877, 82–83, 89 spell 691102, 105–106 spell 69592 spell 700102 spell 72343 spells 741–742102 spells 761–762162–164 spells 761–765162n spell 770102, 114, 115 spell 78775 spell 81684 spell 83197 spell 84960–61 spell 88888 spell 891 (VII, 101)44 spell 94788 spell 1030233 in Pyramid Texts64–65 spell 1117102, 112–113Coffin Texts vs. Pyramid Texts63–65, 70, 72, 78–79, 83, 85, 93, 95–97collective setting208, 236–237concept etic and emic65, 68–69, 98; see also the individual terms etic and emic first ordersee emic second ordersee eticconscience172coronation67, 76, 79, 91–92corpse222crown66–67 Atef79–80, 97 Red91 White75, 82, 86, 88, 92wrrt82Dahshur121n, 125, 126daily temple ritual218, 234–236, 239, 240, 242dawn73–74, 88Debehni220definition, types of5–6Deir el-Bersha28, 32, 34, 104, 108, 109, 112, 138Deir el-Gebrawi28Deir el-Medīna232ndemocratisation14–18, 63–64, 98Deputy of Re74, 81, 83, 90, 93derivative (differential)202dialogue in Coffin Texts64, 79, 97 structure206, 207, 211, 212, 217, 240differentialsee derivativeDjefai-Hapi43Djehutyhotep138Djehutynakht28document49, 59–60double, ka as152–156Early Dynastic119Early Middle Kingdom120, 132, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141Edfu126effectiveness115, 116Eighteenth Dynasty127, 141elite (Middle Kingdom)24, 26–28, 30, 32–33, 35–37, 41–42, 44Elkab149embalming ritual218emic4–7, 21, 23, 212Emic Evaluation Approach25, 30, 41ennead226 of Heliopolis80, 82, 95epistolary formula47, 49, 54–57, 61eschatology164etic4–7, 22, 23, 211, 212family31, 33–34, 37, 42ferryman spells207nfertility figurines52–53Field of Reeds105, 228First Intermediate Period124, 136, 138, 140, 141Fish-net/trap of Wadjit (= dawn light)88funerary culture24–26, 30funerary discourse26–27, 32, 33, 40–44funerary equipment224funerary literature21, 22, 23, 204, 205, 206, 209, 217, 219, 221, 228, 239, 240, 246–247funerary liturgies206, 217, 246G2T (coffin)107Geb71, 76–78, 81–82, 89, 92–93, 95–96, 162, 174, 191 as jry-pꜥt71, 76, 89 throne of77, 92Gebelein90, 107Gliedervergottung86, 162–164graphic layout55Hapi (Nile god)88Harageh125, 126, 126nHarakhte74, 78harper’s songs220Hathor76, 91, 106 chapel of, at Gebelein90Hawara125heart-amulet223Heavenly Cow230–231Heka38Heliopolis72, 75, 89Heqanakht132Herakleopolis97, 85Hetep198Hierakonpolis131Hor (Auibre)183Horus34, 38, 72, 74–76, 79–83, 86–87, 89–93, 95–97, 109, 188, 190, 192, 195, 225, 235, 244; see also Harakhte arrives from Heliopolis75 Beloved-Son-Priest of Osirian deceased76bjtj-king72, 91–92 eye of91 Harendotes77 helper of Osiris by the grant of Re86 justified (mꜣꜥ-ḫrw) as king81 lord of life75nb pꜥt87njswt-king74, 75 of the dwꜣt74 royal model for deceased81 throne of80, 82–83, 89(?), 92Horus constellation244Horus name180, 181House of Gold234house of the dead133, 142, 143, 144, 145, 149household119, 127, 130, 131, 132, 132n, 137, 138, 139, 142, 144, 145; see also per-householdḥqꜣ (‘ruler’)71, 80 of the horizon78 of the island of flames88 of those who are not (jwtjw)76Hu (god)197Hu (site)141hypostasis164I-texts209, 210, 211Ibi (pyramid of)207nidentity32–33, 36, 39Iha32individual setting208Inherkhaw220initiation108–109initiation tent233initiatory texts229–234, 243integralsee antiderivativeIsfet80Isis38, 80–81, 218, 219, 225–226 and Nephthys mourning75Island of Fire228nItjtawy126jmꜣḫ-status85, 87 singular occurrence in Pyramid Texts94jry-pꜥt (‘hereditary prince’)72–73 as epithet of Geb72–73, 76, 89jty (‘sovereign’)71, 88 of the gods90judgment in the afterlife76, 95ka23, 35, 150–203 royal180–183Karnak234Khemmis80, 91–92Khepri80, 88Khetyankhef132Khnum39Khnumhotep II132Khonsu84–86, 135 returns from Punt84 miswriting for njswt86king65–99bjtj66, 70–72, 88, 91–93 Twins of the bjtj70, 88njswt66–99 as designation of gods87; see also under individual deities’ names current (njswt jmj hꜣw=f)87 deceased subservient to85–93 in Pyramid Texts’ ‘Vorlage text’95 of the dead84–85, 89 of the gods72, 74, 75, 83 of the sky77, 85–87, 90 of the wind94 offerings for97 violent83njswt-bjtj65–66, 70, 72, 85, 92, 95, 97 as title retained by deceased king in Pyramid Texts95 entails sḫm power over gods and kas85kingship22, 65, 67–70, 72, 76–77, 79–81, 83, 86–87, 89, 91–92, 94, 97 metaphorical use of terms for74, 96–97 sacred67knowledge31–32, 36, 41, 44, 205Knowledge Texts207L1Li (coffin)105Late Helladic II B147Late Helladic III147Late Middle Kingdom117, 120, 124, 125, 126, 131, 132, 134, 136, 136n, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 145, 148, 149Late Old Kingdom141letter to the dead22, 46–62, 133, 139, 140, 141, 142, 149Lisht121n, 125, 126liturgy43Loyalist Teaching180Maat35, 38, 73, 80magic7–14, 20magical bricks219magical texts215–216, 237, 243Medinet Habu105Mentunakht132Merefnebef118, 119, 119nMesehti36Meskhenet174metaphor86, 88, 97–98, 170n, 177, 179, 181, 197–199, 202 mythical94, 96–97Mirgissa124, 124n, 125multiple burial (sequential)122, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 136, 141, 142, 146, 148Murtadi152–153mysticism23, 236–237Myth65, 72, 75, 78–82, 93, 95–96, 98 and ritual72 Contendings of Horus and Seth83 cosmic77, 80 metaphorical use of96–97 mytheme75, 89 mythical analogy through target figures / Zielgestalten72, 94 Osiris myth75, 86, 95; see also Osiris, Horus, Seth, Isis, Nephthys political myths75 royal and succession myths75, 76, 79–82, 92, 95, 97; see also Geb, Horus, Osiris solar myths73–74Nachschriftsee postscriptNag ed-Deir119, 119n, 141Nakht132name, personal175–179Naqada131Neferkhawet127, 128, 129Negative Confession231–233Nehebkau162, 198–199Neith (pyramid of)207nNephthys218, 219Nepri39New Kingdom124, 126, 126nNew Year’s day106Nile godsee HapiNineteenth Dynasty141Novalis (von Hardenberg, Georg Philipp Friedrich Leopold Freiherr)98Nun197Nut73, 75, 85, 89, 95, 174 as container of the gods95–96offering formula220offering table224offering texts211Old Egyptian109Old Kingdom118, 119, 120, 124, 132, 136, 138, 139, 140, 149ontology151, 160–166, 177, 179, 184, 196, 197, 199ontological turn18–20, 21Osirification regalia117Osiris2, 35, 37, 71–82, 85–93, 95–97, 107–108, 111, 112, 188, 190–191, 192, 194, 195, 216n, 225–228, 232, 242, 243, 244 complementary role to Re76, 78, 81 deputy of Re81 of Herakleopolis85 Lord of the White Crown75njswt king72, 75–76, 78, 87, 89njswt-bjtj95 royal model for deceased81 throne of81Papyrus Berlin 302796Papyrus Berlin 3031230nPapyrus Berlin 3055218n, 235nPapyrus BM 10051see Papyrus Salt 825Papyrus BM 10507229Papyrus Bremner-Rhind219Papyrus Chicago OIM 9787231, 224nPapyrus Ebers221nPapyrus Harkness228–229Papyrus Harris 500220Papyrus Rhind I232Papyrus Salt 825214n40Papyrus Turin 1993215n44Papyrus Turin 54003215n43per-household46, 47, 54–56, 59–60performance structure217personal texts208, 211, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 228, 236, 239, 246personalitysee selfPorphyrios, De abstinentia204postscript103; 109potency magic109–112Predynastic131priest, priestess embodying deity218, 219priestly texts211private ritualsee ritualprosociality35, 39provisioning texts211psychology152, 157–158, 161–162, 164–165Ptah39, 84, 86, 90, 93, 235njswt tꜣwy90 Ptah-Nehebkau90 Ptah-Sokar73Ptahhotep, Instruction of verses 135–140168 verses 339–347169–170 verses 197–214174–175Punt84Pyramid Texts14–15, 21, 36–37, 163, 164, 185, 190, 191 M/A/N 13–1465 spell 2395 spells 94–9543 spell 227208n spell 254228 spell 283216n spell 288 (§ 429b)215 spell 311216n spell 41291 spell 42685 spell 43595, 97 spell 43983, 96 spell 46795 spell 48695 spell 53594 spell 54295 spell 54896 spell 55592 spell 57074, 95 spell 59285 spell 600192–193 spell 65095, 97 spell 69796Qau141Qubbet el-Hawa141Ramesside Period141Ramses II116Ramses III105Rashepses172, 173Rawer, autobiography of92Re38, 42, 74, 76–82, 86–88, 92–93, 96, 162, 164, 231 complementary role to Osiris76, 80–81 crowns Osiris80 decrees succession81 model of continuity for deceased87njswt king88 orders bestowal of post-mortem head76 rises77–78 travelling88recitations (ritual)204, 206relationality151Rennefer127, 128ritual26–27, 32, 35–37, 41–45, 47, 55–61, 67–69, 72, 74, 76, 79, 87, 91–92, 97, 208, 210 coronation76, 91 correct sequence68 for the prolongation of one’s life106 funerary67–69, 74, 87 private231 rites of passage68–69 seizing of the prow-rope92Rudjahau39Ruty90, 92–93Ruyu128S1C (coffin)107S2C (coffin)107, 109sꜣḫ.w spells207, 210, 212n, 213sacerdotal texts208, 211, 214, 235, 241Saqqara34, 118, 119n, 141scepter79, 81, 88, 92, 94sḫm88Scribe of the gods91–94, 97Second Intermediate Period124, 133, 138, 139, 140, 141Sekhmet38, 235self, ka as152, 157–158self-presentation24–45Senusret I132, 180, 182 White Chapel of180, 182Senusret II138Senusret III120, 132, 133, 134, 138Seshat-Hor39Sesostrissee SenusretSeth38, 73, 77, 83, 86, 109, 111–112shabti87 spell225Sheik Farag141Shu111, 164, 192–193Shu spells104, 223Sia195Siutsee Asyutsky, lower77snake spells215, 216Sokar84solar bark224Souls of Heliopolis235spell sequences102spells for Joining the Riverbanks197–198spells for Knowing the Souls103, 104–105, 115spells for Mother and Child114sphere of belonging196stars as fish and birds88 multitude of celestial inhabitants84statue152–156, 160, 164, 183status24, 27, 28, 32, 33, 35–39, 41–42, 45Stela Cairo CG 340084Stela London BM 190216nStela Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek AEIN 974216nStundenwachen228, 243T1L (coffin)105Tayt39Tefnut111, 164, 192–193Tell el-Dʿabasee Avaristext genre210Thebes28, 104, 125, 126, 128, 141 Theban Tomb (TT) 359220theory3Thoth39, 71–72, 77, 80–84, 86, 89–91, 93, 112, 235 breaks up the fight (between Horus and Seth)83 cuts off heads83 House of83 long-nosed83 sharp-horned83 throne of82Throne66–67, 77, 79–84, 87, 92, 94 throne dais84Tjenenet-shrine199Tollund Man (Denmark)147tomb (elite)24–45Totenliteratursee funerary literatureTotenliturgiensee funerary liturgiestransformation spells38, 207, 241transition texts211Twelfth Dynasty126, 133, 141Unas207n, 228unio liturgica239, 244unio mystica239Upuautsee WepwawetUraeus80Verklärung207vital force, ka as152, 158–159Vizier75vocative213 reversals247Wadjit88Wepwawet43, 162west-amulet223World War I15writing46–62Zielgestalten72, 94