Plowing Egyptian Farmer

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by Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
published on 26 April 2012
circa. 1200 BCE

Burial chamber of Sennedjem, Scene: Plowing farmer.
"Sennedjem" plowing: (1st and 2nd column in front: "Behold"-(i+Crown), "plowing-by-Hand-(earth), in Osiris's House-Two Lands(of Egypt), col 2: "Sennedjem, ..."True of Voice")-The Plow hieroglyph is 'poor', or may have 'dual'(?) meanings-(equal to: "black"-(Kam-t)-Egypt(?)).

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