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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:50 am    Post subject: Looking for info on this: Reply with quote



This is in German(?)
Türbalken aus dem Grab des Schreibers und Gütervorstehers Ipi

Namenskartuschen des Echnaton
links: nb-tAwj (nfr-xprw-Ra wa-n-Ra)| dj-anx -
"Herr der Beiden Länder, (Nefercheperure waenre)|, dem Leben gegeben sei"
Mitte: (anx Ra-Hr-Axtj Haj m Axt)| - "(Es lebe Re-Harachte, der jubelt am Horizont)|"
rechts: (m rn=f m ^w nty m Jtn)| dj-anx Dt r nHH -
"(In seinem Namen ist Schu, welcher Aton ist)|, dem Leben gegeben sei für immer und ewig"

And using Google translator:

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Door beams from the tomb of the writer and Gütervorstehers Ipi

Naming of cartridges Echnaton
Left: nb-tAwj (nfr xprw-wa-Ra-Ra-n) | dj-anx --
"Lord of the two countries, (Nefercheperure waenre) |, the life given was"
Middle: (anx-Ra-Axtj Mr. Haj axe m) | - "(Long live re-Harachte, cheering on the horizon) |"
Right: (m = rn fm nty m ^ w Jtn) | dj-anx Dt nHH r --
"(In his name is training, which is Aton) |, which was given life forever and forever"


Its not the best tranlation...


Does anyone have any more information.

Also,

I just remembered its in the Ägyptisches Museum Berlin

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In german nothing special : Akhnenaten prenomen and then Aten early titulature. What is around and behind the character would be more interresting. It would be nice to know where this relief comes from.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 4:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On babel fish it says: Door bar from the grave of the writer and goods chief Ipi Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Door beam from the tomb of the scribe and (jmj-ra-pr?) steward, Ipi.

Cartouches of Akhenaten:

left:
Lord of the Two Lands (Beautiful are the Manifestations of Re, Sole one of Re)| given life

middle:
(Long live Re-Harakhty, who rejoices on the Horizon)|

right:
(In his name is Shu, which is Aten)| given life for ever and eternity)|
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Perhaps Ipi is Ipy / Apy? Tomb no. 10 at Amarna? Idea

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 8:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote Aset : Perhaps Ipi is Ipy / Apy? Tomb no. 10 at Amarna?

Do you mean Ipy, son of Amenhotep, the Chief Steward in Memphis ( Reign Amenhotep III).
Ipy took over the office of his father, he was also chief Steward of Memphis.
He is also known for writing a letter to Amenhotep IV in year 5, third month of Winter, 19th day.



Lahun, a letter to Amenhotep IV

http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/lahun/late/letteramenhotepiv.html
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 9:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you everyone for this great info. Especially Aset for the translation
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