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THE amulet of the papyrus sceptre

THE amulet of the papyrus sceptre

This amulet was intended to give the deceased vigour and renewal of
youth; it was made of mother-of-emerald,
or of light green or blue
porcelain, and, when the words of the CLIXth Chapter of the Book of the Dead
had been recited over it, it was placed on his neck on the day of the
funeral. In the XXVIth dynasty and later it seems as if the amulet
represented the power of Isis, who derived it from her father, the husband of
Renenet, the goddess of abundant harvests and food. At an earlier
period, judging from the text of the CLXth Chapter, the amulet is put by the
godThoth into the hands of the deceased, who says, "It is in sound
state, and I am in sound state; it is not injured, and I am not injured; it
is not worn away, and I am not worn away."




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