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The Egyptian Heaven and Hell

By E. A. Wallis Budge

This is a three volume collection of texts and commentary about the Ancient Egyptian alternate reality called the Tuat. The Tuat was both the region that the boat of the Sun God Ra traversed during the night, and the place where inhabitants of this world went after death. A description of the Tuat, and its inhabitants and portals, was inscribed on the walls of the tombs of all social strata.

 According to Egyptian mythology, the region of Tuat was where the people of this world went after death, and where the Sun God Ra traveled in his boat after dark. A description of this world was inscribed on the walls of tombs. Volume I of the series contains the complete hieroglyphic text and English translation of the Book Am-Tuat. Volume II contains the complete text and translation of Book of Gates, as well as the text and translation of the short form of Book Am-Tuat. Volume III contains information on the origin and contents of the Books of the Other World and a full index to Volumes I, II, and III. This comprehensive work is essential to students of Egyptian mythology and Wallis Budge. SIR ERNEST ALFRED THOMPSON WALLIS BUDGE (1857-1934) was born in Bodmin, Cornwall in the UK and discovered an interest in languages at a very early age. Budge spent all his free time learning and discovering Semitic languages, including Assyrian, Syriac, and Hebrew. Eventually, through a close contact, he was able to acquire a job working with Egyptian and Iraqi artifacts at the British Museum. Budge excavated and deciphered numerous cuneiform and hieroglyphic documents, contributing vastly to the museum's collection. Eventually, he became the Keeper of his department, specializing in Egyptology. Budge wrote many books during his lifetime, most specializing in Egyptian life, religion, and language.

Title Page The Book of Am-Tuat
Note The Book of Am-Tuat - Note
Content The Book of Am-Tuat - Contents
The Book Am-Tuat- the Title of the Work
Chapter I. The Book of Am-Tuat- The First Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Net-Ra
Chapter II. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Second Division of the Tuat Which is Called Urnes
Chapter III. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Third Division Of The Tuat Which Is Called Net-Neb-Ua-Kheper-Aut
Chapter IV. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Fourth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Ankhet-Kheperu
Chapter V. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Fifth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Ament
Chapter VI. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Sixth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Metchet-Mu-Nebt-Tuat
Chapter VII. The Book of Am-Tuat- The Seventh Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Thephet-Asar
Chapter VIII. The Book of Am-Tuat-The Eighth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Tebat-Neteru-s
Chapter IX. The Book of Am-Tuat-The Ninth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Best-Aru-Ankhet-Kheperu
Chapter X. The Book of Am-Tuat-The Division of the Tuat, Which Is Called Metet-Qa-Utchebu
Chapter XI. The Book of Am-Tuat-The Eleventh Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Re-En-Qerert-Apt-Khatu
Chapter XII. The Book of Am-Tuat-The Twelfth Division of the Tuat Which Is Called Then-Neteru
The Book of Gates - Title Page
The Book of Gates-Note
The Book of Gates-Contents
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The First Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Second Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Third Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Fourth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Fifth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Sixth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Seventh Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Eighth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Ninth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Tenth Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Eleventh Hour
The Short Form of The Book of Am-Tuat- The Twelfth Hour
Chapter I. The Alabaster Sarcophagus of Seti I.
Chapter II. The Ante-Chamber of the Tuat
Chapter III. The Gate Of Saa-Set The Second Division of the Tuat.
Chapter IV. The Gate Of Aqebi The Third Division of the Tuat
Chapter V. The Gate Of Tchetbi The Fourth Division of the Tuat
Chapter VI. The Gate Of Teka-Hra The Fifth Division of the Tuat
Chapter VII. The Judgment Hall of Osiris The Sixth Division of the Tuat.
Chapter VIII. The Gate Of Set-em-maat-f The Sixth Division Of The Tuat--continued.
Chapter IX. The Gate Of Akha-En-Maat The Seventh Division of the Tuat
Chapter X. The Gate of Set-hra The Eighth Division of the Tuat
Chapter XI. The Gate Of Ab-ta The Ninth Division of the Tuat
Chapter XII. The Gate of Sethu The Tenth Division of the Tuat
Chapter XIII. The Gate Of Am-netu-f The Eleventh Division of the Tuat
Chapter XIV. The Gate of Sebi and Reri The Twelfth Division of the Tuat

 

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