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3 7 3 ff. Later the 108th chapter of the Book of the Dead, with contributions to the 107th, 1 nth, and 149th chapters, studied by K . Sethe et al. * References to the repulsing of the dragon enemy of the sungod are common in the Egyptian texts here translated: pp. 6-7, 8; 9 - ; M> - 7 ; 5 3 5 3 ; 3 ^ ; 36710 n 2 AND The 18 AND The Dragon of the West I know that mountain of Bakhu upon which heaven rests. It is of ti-iaat-stonc, 300 rods in its length and 120 rods in its width. Sobek, Lord of Bakhu, is on the east of this mountain.
First Series (London, 1910), Pis. I-XIX. Faulkner gave a transcription from hieratic into hieroglyphic in The Papyrus Bremner-Rhind (Bibliotheca Aegyptiaca, m, Brussels, 1933). ; with the section below (xxvi 21—xxviii 20) treated in xxm, 172 ff. For another reference to the repulsing of a monster at creation, see p. 49. For another account of the Repulsing of the Dragon, see pp. 1 1 - 1 2 . 1 (xxvi 21) . . THE BOOK OF KNOWING THE CREATIONS of Re and OF OVERTHROWING APOPHIS. * The All-Lord said, after he had come into being: I am he who came into being as Khepri.
Creation was effected by the commanding utterance of Re. 2 4 AND MORTUARY TEXTS of them in Nun as weary ones,* before I could find a place in which I might stand. It (seemed) advantageous to me in my heart; I planned with my face; and I made (in concept) every form when I was alone, before I had spat out what was Shu, before I had sputtered out what was Tefnut, and before (any) other had come into being who could act with me. I planned in my own heart, and there came into being a multitude of forms of beings, the forms of children and the forms of their children.
Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament (3rd edition with Supplement) by James B. Pritchard