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Re, lord of truth, great god, sovereign of Heliopolis! May he grant a fortunate life, in eternity, glory in heaven, favor in earth, for the ka of the commander in chief of the army, Harmhab, triumphant. " 5 . The content of the inscription, like the reliefs, shows plain traces of the influence of Ikhnaton's movement; although Aton is not mentioned. The following reliefs show clearly the relation of Harmhab to Ikhnaton. "These fragments have never been published entire. bLeyden Museum, V, 29; a rectangular tablet, the text of which was published by Wiedemann (Zeitschrift fur iigyptisclze Sprache, 1885, 80,81)without the reliefs of which he offers the above description.
The ritual priest, pleasing the heart of Amon, Neferhotep; he says: "How many are the possessions of him who knows the gifts of that god, the king of gods. Wise is he who knows him, favored is he who serves him, there is protection for him who follows him, he is the sun of his body, the Aton who is his, [forever]" and ever. 73. After the presentation, Neferhotep, wearing his collars of gold, is met by his brother, Amenemyenet. " He is followed by another priest, wearing similar collars, and accompanied by the following words : Arrival in peace, bearing the favor of the king, by the divine father of Amon, Perennefer, triumphant.
P. , in the aRead D c c and see Gardiner, Inscription of Mes, 21, note 59; also p. 40. bMiiller supplies nkt, ' I affair, " which is exceedingly probable. cThe following is a description of the conditions under Thutmose 111. dFragment. " fEarly in October, when he had returned from the summer's campaign in Syria (see 11, 409, 410). meaning perhaps the expedition of the king, thus preventing collusion. hAbout ten or twelve words. iEight or ten words. NINETEENTH DYNASTY: HARMHAR 30 18 60 arbor^,^ and the - houses of the estates of Pharaoh, L.