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Fig. 34

Hieratic inscription in red ochre, consisting of one unframed column of hieratic and two horizontal lines with several loose signs without coherent meaning. The unframed column contains the first sentence of a well-known scribal exercise, the so-called Kemyt: “It is a servant who addresses his lord, whom he wished to live, be prosperous and healthy.” Possibly the two separate groups to the left and right can be translates as “Au”, who is the chief protagonist of the narrative section of the Kemyt. Demarée, Saqqara Newsletter 7 (2009), pp. 11–12. Drawing and photograph by the authors.

Hieratic inscription in red ochre, consisting of one unframed column of hieratic and two horizontal lines with several loose signs without coherent meaning. The unframed column contains the first sentence of a well-known scribal exercise, the so-called Kemyt: “It is a servant who addresses his lord, whom he wished to live, be prosperous and healthy.” Possibly the two separate groups to the left and right can be translates as “Au”, who is the chief protagonist of the narrative section of the Kemyt. Demarée, Saqqara Newsletter 7 (2009), pp. 11–12. Drawing and photograph by the authors.

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