In: Asian and African Studies, vol. 28, no. 2
Year, pages: 2019, 270 - 331
ancient Egyptian coffin, interior of the trough, inscriptions, transcription, transliteration, translation, title of the deceased person, names of deities, offering formula, the Book of the Dead
Article type: History, Egyptology
This article deals with the inscriptions preserved on the inner surface of the coffin trough. A transcription, transliteration and translation of the hieroglyphic texts are presented in this study including the palaeographic table of hieroglyphic signs and photocopies of the inscriptions. The author of this article reports on the discovery of the title accompanying the name of the deceased person written inside the coffin as well as the names of two deities with a protective function, all of them identified on the places with the damaged surface and hieroglyphic inscriptions. The title and names of the two deities are not mentioned in the CAA catalogue published in the 1980s.
How to cite:
Magdolen, D. 2019. THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN COFFIN IN THE SLOVAK NATIONAL MUSEUM: INSCRIPTIONS ON THE INTERIOR SURFACE OF THE TROUGH. In Asian and African Studies, vol. 28, no.2, pp. 270-331. 1335-1257.
Magdolen, D. (2019). THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN COFFIN IN THE SLOVAK NATIONAL MUSEUM: INSCRIPTIONS ON THE INTERIOR SURFACE OF THE TROUGH. Asian and African Studies, 28(2), 270-331. 1335-1257.
Publisher: Institute of Oriental Studies
Published: 26. 11. 2019