By Paul Brunton
Web page by way of web page, this deluxe, lavishly illustrated new version of BruntonOs vintage non secular travelogue indicates EgyptOs significant splendors, long-hidden temples, underground chambers, shrines, and artifacts because the writer observed them within the Nineteen Thirties and as they're now--along with interesting internal photos of EgyptOs historical mysteries and enlightening talks with Islamic leaders. especially designed maps/diagrams hint his footsteps correctly
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S, “her daughter”. Diagram 21 is a Wall painting of the Sons of Ramses III. This wall painting of the Kings children in a festival scene, illustrates the sons of Ramses III. The sons are depicted in this festival scene paying tribute to their father. The King’s children, his sons are called “King’s son of his body”. The filiations clearly indicate that these are the King’s biological children. Diagram 4. Stela of Menthu-Hotep, Son of Ipi-Ankh 40 The Ancient Egyptian Family X = Ipi-Ankh Menthu-hotep ego Diagram 5.
4 ! 7 —————————————————————————————————— The lady of the house, Teti, her daughter, Nefertary. Middle Left ! CBa —————————————————————————————————— Her daughter, Ahmosis. Right Side t k a e a ! 1p —————————————————————————————————— The scribe Ahmosis, born to Teti. B w CC B ! t ! T ! —————————————————————————————————— The daughter of her daughter, Ta-net-Nebu The name of the dog under Ahmosis’s chair reads Kn- Imn “Qen-Amon”. Diagram 13. E. 59636 Description of Ancient Egyptian Kinship Terms Diagram 14.
Schusky in his work Manual for Kinship Analysis states “A translation of the foreign term into the nearest English 70 categories distorts the meaning”. By proceeding from a Western/European perspective, Egyptologists not only impose Western/European kinship terms on ancient Egyptian society, they also impose cultural connotations and values to these terms. Indeed, kinship and social organization are primarily patterns of behavior determined by culture. These become of paramount importance when understood in their relation to kinship analysis.