The Egyptian Book of the Dead
The Book of Going Forth by Day : Being the Papyrus of Ani (Royal Scribe of the Divine Offerings), Written and Illustrated Circa 1250 B.C.E., by Scribes and Artists Unknown, Including the Balance of Chapters of the Books of the Dead Known as the Theban Recension, Compiled From Ancient Texts, Dating Back to the Roots of Egyptian CivilizationBook - 2015
For millennia, the culture of the ancient Egyptians has fascinated historians and spiritual seekers. The 20th anniversary edition of this seminal work includes all-new material analysing the progress in modern Egyptology. Written some 3,500 years ago, the Papyrus of Ani is the best-preserved example of Egyptian thought. Including full-colour hieroglyphic images paired with an acclaimed translation and two gatefold spreads that showcase the papyrus's elaborately bordered images. This sumptuous edition brings to life one of humanity's finest spiritual treasures.
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2015
Edition: Twentieth Anniversary edition, Third revised and expanded edition
Branch Call Number: 299.31 EGY
Characteristics: 191 pages ; 36 cm
Alternative Title: Book of the dead