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Eplural. f I have published the Vienna block and the adjoining Leyden fragments in Zeitschrift fiir iigYptische Sprache, 38, 47. 8 NINETEENTH DYNASTY: HARMHAB 15 13 clearly proved," is a later insertion after the reliefs were finished. Hence the name of King Harmhab is a similar later insertion, and the Asiatics bowing, of course, like the officials, originally to the general Harn~hab,are now represented as giving praise to the king Harmhab. The identity of the general and the king is thus demonstrated.
Made the expedition at the feast of Opetf each year without carelessness. One prepared the way before the Pharaoh [rand questioned the local magistrate, wherever hell landed,d Pconcerning the slcorrupt officiall] causing him to r- -1 what he (the corrupt official) was like. day he is the one against whom one shall prosecute it. X. AGAINST STEALING VEGETABLES UNDER PRETENSE OF COLLECTING TAXES (LL. 32-35) 59. " [Thus they] robbed the poor of their rlabors,n so that a double [rimpost was levied.
Theyd went around - times a month, rwhichl he 66. 'made3 for them like a feast; every man sat down at a portion of every good thing, of good bread, and meat of the storehouses, of royal pro;" their voices reached heaven, praising all benefits vision the heart of all the soldiers of the army. 9jG"The king appeared to the people11 - - throwing (gifts) to them from the balconyf while every man was called by his name by the king himself. ) Owing to the strict prohibition of bribery, the king now remits this payment, allowing the judges to keep all their income from the people.
Ancient Records of Egypt: Vol. 3: The nineteenth dynasty by Breasted J.H. (Editor)