The Book of the Dead: The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day

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The Book of the Dead: The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day

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The Book of the Dead: The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day
The Egyptian Text According to the Theban Recension in Hieroglyphic Edited From Numerous Papyri, With a Translation, Vocabulary, Etc.
by E.A. Wallis Budge, Littl. D., D.Lit., F.S.A., Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum
1898

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The Funeral Procession [From the Papyrus of Ani (Brit. Mus. No. 10,470, sheet 6)]
Carrying offerings of flowers, sepulchral boxes, etc. / The Company of wailing women / Cow and calf for sacrifice / Priest reading the funeral service / Priests performing the ceremony of "opening the mouth" of the mummy of Ani / Anubis standing before the tomb embracing the mummy, at the feet of which kneels Ani's wife, Thuthu


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The Sekhet-Hetepu or Elysian Fields [From the Papyrus of Ani (Brit. Mus. No. 10,470, sheet 35)]
Ani ploughing, and reaping, and worshipping the gods in the abode of the blessed.


Table of Contents: [PDF HERE]

• To Sir Edward Maunde Thompson
• Preface
• List of Illustrations
• List of Chapters, Hymns, etc.
• Introduction
o The History of the Book of the Dead, With Eighteen Plates
o Osiris and the Resurrection
o The Judgment
o The Elysian Fields
o The Magic of the Book of the Dead
o The Object and Contents of the Book of the Dead
o A Book of the Dead of Nesi-Khonsu
o Book of Breathings
o A Book of the Dead of the Roman Period
• Introductory Hymns
• The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day
• Hymns Introductory to the Book of the Dead
o 1. A Hymn to Ra. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 1
o 2. A Hymn to Ra. From the Papyrus of Qenna
o 3. A Hymn to Ra. From the Papyrus of Qenna
o 4. A Hymn to Ra. From the Papyrus of Hu-nefer, sheet 1
o 5. A Hymn to Ra. From the Papyrus of Nekht, sheet 21
o 6. A Hymn to Osiris Un-Nefer. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 2
• Texts relating to the weighing of the heart
• The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day
o Chap. I. Here Begin the Chapters of Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 5. With Rubric
o Chap. IB. The Chapter of Making the Sahu to Enter the Tuat. From the Papyrus of Nekhtu-Amen. With Rubric.
o Chap. II. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day, and of Living After Death. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 18
o Chap. III. Another Chapter Like Unto the Preceding. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 13
o Chap. IV. The Chapter of Passing Over the Celestial Road of Re-Stau. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. V. The Chapter of Not Letting Work Be Done in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 11.
o Chap. VI. The Chapter of Making the Shabti Figure to Do Work for a Man in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 10
o Chap. VII. The Chapter of Passing Over the Abominable Back of Apepi. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 22.
o Chap. VIII. The Chapter of Passing Through Amentet and Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 18
o Chap. IX. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day After Having Made the Passage Through the Tomb. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 18
o Chap. X. Another Chapter to Be Said by a Man Who Cometh Forth by Day Against His Enemies in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 18
o Chap. XI. The Chapter of Coming Forth Against Enemies in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 21
o Chap. XII. The Chapter of Going Into and Of Coming Forth From the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. XIII. The Chapter of Entering Into and of Coming Forth From Amentet. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 12. With Rubric
o Chap. XIV. The Chapter of Putting an End to Shame in the Heart of the God. From the Papyrus of Mes-em-neter
o Chap. XV.
 1. A Hymn of Praise to Ra When He Riseth. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 18 and 19
 2. Hymn and Litany to Osiris. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 19
 3. A Hymn to Ra When He Riseth. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 20 and 21
 4. A Hymn to the Setting Sun. From the Papyrus of Mut-hetep, sheet 5
 5. A Hymn to the Setting Sun. From the Papyrus of Nekhtu-Amen
 6. A Hymn to the Setting Sun. From a Papyrus at Dublin
o Chap. XVI. Vignette only
o Chap. XVII. Here Begin the Praises and Glorifyings of Coming Out From and of Going Into the Glorious Underworld Which is in the Beautiful Amentet. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 7-10, and from the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 14, l. 16. ff.
o Chap. XVIII. Without title. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 12, 13 and 14. With Rubric
o Chap. XIX. The Chapter of the Chaplet of Victory, From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. XX. Without title. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 12. With Rubric
o Chap. XXI. The Chapter of Giving a Mouth to the Deceased in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. XXII. The Chapter of Giving a Mouth to the Deceased in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 6
o Chap. XXIII. The Chapter of Opening the Mouth of the Deceased. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15
o Chap. XXIV. The Chapter of Bringing Charms Unto the Deceased in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15
o Chap. XXV. The Chapter of Making a Man to Possess Memory in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 5
o Chap. XXVI. The Chapter of Giving a Heart to the Deceased in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15
o Chap. XXVII. The Chapter of Not Letting the Heart of a Man be Taken From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 15 and 16
o Chap. XXVIII. The Chapter of Not Letting the Heart of the Deceased Be Carried Away From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 5
o Chap. XXIX. The Chapter of Not Letting the Heart of a Man Be Taken Away From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15
o Chap. XXIXA. The Chapter of Not Allowing the Heart of the Deceased to Be Carried Away Dead in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Amen-hetep
o Chap. XXIXB. The Chapter of a Heart of Carnelian. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 33
o Chap. XXX. The Chapter of Not Letting the Heart of a Man Be Driven Away From Him in the Underworld. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. XXXA. A Like Chapter. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 5
o Chap. XXXB. The Chapter of Not Letting the Heart of the Deceased Be Driven Away From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15. With Rubric
o Chap. XXXI. The Chapter of Beating Back the Crocodile That Cometh to Carry Away the Charm From the Deceased. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 5. With Rubric
o Chap. XXXII. The Chapter of Beating Back the Crocodile that Cometh to Carry Away the Magical Words From the Deceased. From the Turin Papyrus.
o Chap. XXXIII. The Chapter of Repulsing Serpents. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. XXXIV. The Chapter of Not Letting the Deceased be Bitten by Snakes in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. XXXV. The Chapter of Not Letting the Deceased be Devoured by Serpents in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. XXXVI. The Chapter of Driving Away Apshait. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. XXXVII. The Chapter of Driving Back the Two Merti Goddesses. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. XXXVIIIA. The Chapter of Living by Air in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 12
o Chap. XXXVIIIB. The Chapter of Living by Air in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. XL. The Chapter of Driving Back the Eater of the Ass. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. XLI. The Chapter of Driving Away the Slaughterings Which are Performed in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 25
o Chap. XLII. The Chapter of Driving Back the Slaughterings Which are Performed in Suten-Henen. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. XLIII. The Chapter of Not Letting the Head of a Man Be Cut Off in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 17
o Chap. XLIV. The Chapter of Not Dying a Second Time in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 16
o Chap. XLV. The Chapter of Not Suffering Corruption in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 16. With Rubric
o Chap. XLVI. The Chapter of Not Perishing and of Becoming Alive in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 16
o Chap. XLVII. The Chapter of Not Allowing the Seat and Throne of the Deceaseds to Be Taken From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. XLVIII. See Chapter X
o Chap. XLIX. See Chapter XI
o Chap. LA. The Chapter of Not Entering in Unto the Block of the God. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 12
o Chap. LB. The Chapter of Not Entering in Unto the Block. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. LI. The Chapter of Not Marching to Be Overthrown in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. LII. The Chapter of Not Eating Filth in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11
o Chap. LIII. The Chapter of Not Eating Filth and of Not Drinking Dirty Water in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11
o Chap. LIV. The Chapter of Giving Air to the Deceased in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. LV. The Chapter of Giving Air in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. LVI. The Chapter of Snuffing the Air Among the Waters in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. LVII. The Chapter of Snuffing the Air, and of Having the Mastery Over the Water in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. LVIII. The Chapter of Breathing the Air, and of Having Dominion Over the Water in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 16. With Rubric.
o Chap. LIX. The Chapter of Snuffing the Air, and of Having Dominion Over the Water in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 16
o Chap. LX. Another Chapter. From the Turin Papyrus
o Chap. LXI. The Chapter of Not Letting the Soul of a Man be Taken From Him in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 15
o Chap. LXII. The Chapter of Drinking Water in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 4
o Chap. LXIIIA. The Chapter of Drinking Water and of Not Being Burnt by Fire in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 7
o Chap. LXIIIB. The Chapter of Not Being Scalded with Water. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. LXIV. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheets 23 and 24. With Rubric
o Chap. LXIV. The Chapter of Knowing the “Chapters of Coming Forth by Day” in a Single Chapter. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 13. With two Rubrics from sheets 13 and 21 respectively
o Chap. LXVA. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day and of Gaining the Mastery Over Enemies. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. LXVB. From the Turin Papyrus
o Chap. LXVI. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Amen-em-heb
o Chap. LXVII. The Chapter of Opening the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. LXVIII. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 7. With Rubric.
o Chap. LXIX. Another Chapter. From the Papyrus of Mes-em-neter
o Chap. LXX. Another Chapter. From the Papyrus of Mes-em-neter. With Rubric
o Chap. LXXI. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 16. With Rubric
o Chap. LXXII. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day and of Opening Up a Way Through Ammehet. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 3. With Rubric
o Chap. LXXIII. See Chapter IX
o Chap. LXXIV. The Chapter of Lifting Up the Feet and of Coming Forth Upon the Earth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. LXXV. The Chapter of Journeying to Annu and of Receiving a Throne Therein. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 13
o Chap. LXXVI. The Chapter of a Man Transforming Himself into Whatever From He Pleaseth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. LXXVII. The Chapter of Making the Transformation into a Divine Hawk. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 13 and 14
o Chap. LXXIX. The Chapter of Being Transformed into the Governor of the Sovereign Princes. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 8 and 9
o Chap. LXXX. The Chapter of Making the Transformation into the God Who Giveth Light in the Darkness. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 28
o Chap. LXXXIA. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Lotus. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11
o Chap. LXXXIB. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Lotus. From the Papyrus of Paqrer
o Chap. LXXXII. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into Ptah, of Eating Cakes, and Of Drinking Ale, and of Unfettering the Steps, and of Becoming a Living Being in Annu. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 9 and 10
o Chap. LXXXIII. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Bennu Bird. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 10. With Rubric
o Chap. LXXXIV. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Heron. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 10
o Chap. LXXXV. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Living Soul, and of Not Entering Into the Chamber of Torture. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. LXXXVI. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Swallow. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 10. With Rubric
o Chap. LXXXVII. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into the Serpent Sata. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11
o Chap. LXXXVIII. The Chapter of Making the Transformation Into a Crocodile. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11
o Chap. LXXXIX. The Chapter of Causing the Soul to Be United to the Body in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 17. With Rubric
o Chap. XC. The Chapter of Driving Evil Recollections From the Mouth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. XCI. The Chapter of Not Letting the Soul of the Deceased Be Captive in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6. With Rubric
o Chap. XCII. The Chapter of Opening the Tomb to the Soul and to the Shade of the Deceased So that He May Come Forth by Day and Have Dominion Over His Feet. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 6
o Chap. XCIII. The Chapter of Not Sailing to the East in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 6
o Chap. XCIV. The Chapter of Praying for an Ink-Pot and for a Palette. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. XCV. The Chapter of Being Nigh Unto Thoth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 7

o Chap. XCVI. The Chapter of Being Nigh Unto Thoth and of Giving Glory Unto a Man in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 19 and 20
o Chap. XCVII. The Chapter of Being Nigh Unto Thoth and of Giving Glory Unto a Man in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 19 and 20
o Chap. XCVIII. The Chapter of Bringing Along a Boat in Heaven. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. XCIX. The Chapter of Bringing Along a Boat in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 21 and 22. With Rubric
o Chap. C. The Book of Making Perfect the Khu and of Causing Him to Go Forth Into the Boat of Ra Along With Those Who Are in His Following. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 27 and 28. With Rubric
o Chap. CI. The Chapter of Protecting the Boat of Ra. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 27. With Rubric
o Chap. CII. The Chapter of Going Into the Boat of Ra. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 28
o Chap. CIII. The Chapter of Being With the Goddess Hathor. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. CIV. The Chapter of Sitting Among the Great Gods. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 8
o Chap. CV. The Chapter of Making Offerings to the Ka in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 7
o Chap. CVI. The Chapter of Giving Offerings to the Deceased in Het-Ptah-Ka (Memphis). From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. CVII. See Chapter CIX
o Chap. CVIII. The Chapter of Knowing the Souls of the West. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 8
o Chap. CIX. The Chapter of Knowing the Souls of the East. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 12
o Chap. CX. Here Begin the Chapters of Sekhet-Hetep-et and the Chapters of Coming Forth By Day; of Going Into and of Coming Forth From the Underworld; of Coming to Sekhet-Aaru; of Being in Sekhet-Hetepet, the Mighty Land, The Lady of Winds; of Having Power There; of Becoming a Khu There; of Ploughing There; of Reaping There; of Eating There; of Drinking There; of Making Love There; and of Doing Everything There Even as a Man Doeth Upon Earth. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 17
o Chap. CXI. See Chapter CVIII
o Chap. CXII. The Chapter of Knowing the Souls of PE. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 18
o Chap. CXIII. The Chapter of Knowing the Souls of Nekhen. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 18
o Chap. CXIV. The Chapter of Knowing the Souls of Khemennu. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 7
o Chap. CXV. The Chapter of Coming Forth Into Heaven, and of Making a Way Through the Ammehet, and of Knowing the Souls of Annu. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 18
o Chap. CXVI. Another Chapter of Knowing the Souls of Khemennu. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 18. With Rubric
o Chap. CXVII. The Chapter of Finding (?) Paths Whereon to Walk in Re-Stau. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. CXVIII. The Chapter of Coming Forth From Re-Stau. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. CXIX. The Chapter of Coming Forth From Re-Stau. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. CXX. See Chapter XII
o Chap. CXXI. See Chapter XIII
o Chap. CXXII. The Chapter of Going in After Coming Forth [In the Underworld]. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 9
o Chap. CXXIII. The Chapter of Entering Into the Great House. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. CXXIV. The Chapter of Going Into the Presence of the Divine Sovereign Princes of Osiris. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 10
o Chap. CXXV.
 1. The Chapter of Entering Into the Hall of Maati. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 30 [A Chapter] to be Said When the Deceased Cometh Forth Into the Hall of Maati, so that He May be Separated From Every Sin Which He Hath Done, and May Behold the Faces of the Gods. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 22
 2. The Negative Confession. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 30
 3. [A Chapter] To be Said When the Deceased Cometh Forth to the Gods of the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 24. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXVI. [The Chapter of the Four Apes]. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 24
o Chap. CXXVIIA. The Book of the Praise of the Gods of the Qerti. From the Tomb of Rameses IV
o Chap. CXXVIIB. A Chapter to be Recited When the Deceased Cometh Before the Divine Sovereign Chiefs of Osiris to Offer Praise Unto the Gods Who are the Guides of the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Ptah-mes
o Chap. CXXVIII. A Hymn of Praise to Osiris. From the Turin Papyrus
o Chap. CXXIX. See Chapter C
o Chap. CXXX. Another Chapter of Making Perfect the Khu, Which is to be Recited on the Birthday of Osiris, and of Making the Soul to Live for Ever. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 17. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXI. The Chapter of Having Existence Nigh Unto Ra. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 17 and 18
o Chap. CXXXII. The Chapter of Causing a Man to Come Back to See His House Upon Earth. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 18
o Chap. CXXXIII. The Book of Making Perfect the Khu, Which is to be Recited on the Day of the Month. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 16. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXIV. Another Chapter of Making Perfect the Khu. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 17. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXV. Another Chapter to be Recited When the Moon Reneweth Itself on the Day of the Month. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXVIA. 1. Another Chapter of Travelling in the Great Boat of Ra. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 28
o Chap. CXXXVIA. 2. Another Chapter of Making Perfect the Khu, Which Shall be Recited on the Festival of Six. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 16. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXVIB. The Chapter of Sailing in the Great Boat of Ra to Pass Over the Circle of Bright Flame. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 28
o Chap. CXXXVIIA. The Chapter of the Four Blazing Flames Which are Made for the Khu. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 25. With Rubric
o Chap. CXXXVIIB. The Chapter of Kindling a Flame. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 6
o Chap. CXXXVIII. The Chapter of Entering Into Abtu (Abydos) and of Being in the Following of Osiris. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. CXXXIX. See Chapter CXXIII
o Chap. CXL. The Book Which is to be Recited on the Last Day of the Second Month of the Season Pert. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CXLI. The Book Which a Man Shall Recite for His Father or For His Son During the Festivals of Amentet. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. CXLII. The Book Which a Man Shall Recite for His Father or For His Son During the Festivals of Amentet. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. CXLIII. Vignette only
o Chap. CXLIV. [The Chapter of the Arits or Mansions.] From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 26. With Rubric
o Chap. CXLV. [The Chapters of] The Pylons of Sekhet-Aanre of the House of Osiris. From the Turin Papyrus
o Chap. CXLVI. The Chapters of Entering In at the Hidden Pylons of the House of Osiris in Sekhet-Aanreru. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 25
o Chap. CXLVII. [The Chapter of the Arits or Mansions.] From the Papyrus of Ani, sheets 11 and 12
o Chap. CXLVIII. The Chapter of Providing the Deceased With Food in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 11. With Rubric
o Chap. CXLIX. [The Chapter of the Aats.] From the Papyrus of Nu, sheets 28, 29, and 30
o Chap. CL. Vignettes only. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 30
o Chap. CLI. Texts and Vignette of the funeral chamber. From the Papyrus of Mut-hetep, sheet 5
o Chap. CLI. Speech of Anubis. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 21
o Chap. CLII. The Chapter of Building a House Upon the Earth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 13
o Chap. CLIIIA. The Chapter of Coming Forth From the Net. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 20. With Rubric
o Chap. CLIIIB. The Chapter of Coming Forth From the Catcher of the Fish. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 20
o Chap. CLIX. The Chapter of Not Letting the Body Perish. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 18
o Chap. CLV. The Chapter of a Tet of Gold. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 27. With Rubric
o Chap. CLVI. The Chapter of a Buckle of Carnelian. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 27. With Rubric
o Chap. CLVII. The Chapter of a Vulture of Gold. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLVIII. The Chapter of a Collar of Gold. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLIX. The Chapter of the Uatch Amulet. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLX. The Chapter of Giving an Uatch Amuelt to the Deceased. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 10
o Chap. CLXI. The Chapter of Forcing an Entrance Into Heaven. From the Papyrus of Nefer-uben-f. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXII. The Chapter of Making Heat to be Under the Head of the Deceased. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXIII. The Chapter of Not Allowing the Body of a Man to Moulder Away in the Underworld. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXIV. Another Chapter. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXV. The Chapter of Arriving in Port. From the Turin Papyrus. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXVI. The Chapter of the Pillow. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 1`
o Chap. CLXVII. The Chapter of Bringing the Utchat. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 22
o Chap. CLXVIII. [The Books of Offerings to the Gods of the Qerti.] From the Papyrus Brit. Mus. No. 10,478, sheets 2-7
o Chap. CLXIX. The Chapter of Setting Up the Funeral Bed. From the Papyrus of Nefer-uben-f
o Chap. CLXX. The Chapter of Arranging the Funeral Bed. From the Papyrus of Nefer-uben-f
o Chap. CLXXI. The Chapter of tying on the Garment of Purity. From the Papyrus of Amen-hetep
o Chap. CLXXII. The Praises Which Are to be Performed in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheets 32 and 33
o Chap. CLXXIII. The Speeches of Horus to His Father Osiris. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheets 9 and 10
o Chap. CLXXIV. The Chapter of Causing the Khu to Come Forth From the Great Door. From the Papyrus of Mut-hetep, sheet 3
o Chap. CLXXV. The Chapter of Not Dying a Second Time. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 29
o Chap. CLXXVI. The Chapter of Not Dying a Second Time. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 22
o Chap. CLXXVII. The Chapter of Raising Up the Khu, and of Making the Soul to Live in the Underworld. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 18
o Chap. CLXXVIII. The Chapter of Raising Up the Dead Body. From the Papyrus of Nebseni, sheet 19
o Chap. CLXXIX. The Chapter of Advancing From Yesterday and of Coming Forth by Day. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 15
o Chap. CLXXX. The Chapter of Coming Forth by Day, of Praising Ra in Amentet, of Ascribing Praise Unto Those Who Dwell in the Tuat, of Opening Up a Path for the Perfect Khu in the Underworld, of Causing Him to Walk, of Making Long His Footsteps, of Going Into and Coming Forth From the Underworld, and of Performing Transformations Like a Living Soul. From a Papyrus at Paris
o Chap. CLXXXI. The Chapter of Entering In to the Divine Sovereign Chiefs of Osiris, and to the Gods Who are guides in the Tuat, and to Those Who Keep Ward Over Their Gates, and To Those Who are Heralds of Their Halls, and to Those Who Are the Porters of the Doors and Pylons of Amentet, and of Making the Transformations Like a Living Soul; and of Praising Osiris and of Becoming the Prince of the Divine Sovereign Chiefs. From the Papyrus of Qenna. With Rubric
o Chap. CLXXXII. The Book of Stablishing Osiris Firmly, of Giving Air to the Still-Heart, Whilst Thoth Repulseth the Foes of Horus. From the Papyrus of Mut-hetep, sheet 4
o Chap. CLXXXIII. A Hymn of Praise to Osiris. From the Papyrus of Hu-nefer, sheet 3
o Chap. CLXXXIV. The Chapter of Being Nigh Unto Osiris. From the Papyrus of Uaa
o Chap. CLXXXV. The [Chapter of] Giving Praises Unto Osiris, and Paying Homage Unto the Lord of Eternity, and Propitiating the God in His Will, and Declaring the Right and Truth, the Lord of Which is Unknown. From the Papyrus of Sutimes
o Chap. CLXXXVI. Without title. From the Papyrus of Ani, sheet 37
o Chap. CLXXXVII. The Chapter of Entering In Unto The Company of the Gods. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. CLXXXVIII. The [Chapter of] The Going in of the Soul to Build an Abode and to Come Forth by Day in Human Form. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. CLXXXIX. The Chapter of Not Letting a Man Make a Journey Being Hungry, and of Not Eating Filth. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 19
o Chap. CXC. The Book of Making Perfect the Khu Within Ra. From the Papyrus of Nu, sheet 16

List of Illustrations

• I. Coloured plates:
• 1. The Judgment Scene
• 2. Scene from the Vignette of Chapter I
• 3. The Elysian Fields
• II. Plates to illustrate the history of the Book of the Dead:
• 1. From the Sarcophagus of Amamu
• 2. From the Sarcophagus of Sebek-aa
• 3. From the Papyrus of Nebseni
• 4. From the Papyrus of Nu
• 5, 6, 7. From the Papyrus of Ani
• 8. From the Papyrus of Hu-nefer
• 9. From the Papyrus of Netchemet (hieroglyphic)
• 10. From the Papyrus of Netchemet (hieratic
• 11. From the Papyrus of Anhai
• 12. From the Papyrus Brit. Mus. No. 10,478
• 13. From the Papyrus of Heru-em-heb
• 14. From the Papyrus of Heru
• 15. From the Papyrus of Auf-ankh
• 16. From the Papyrus of Kerasher (vignette(
• 17. From the Papyrus of Kerasher (text)
• 18. From the Papyrus Brit. Mus. No., 10,111
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